Beatrice Sutton graduated from Lancaster University with a First Class honours degree in Theatre, with a minor in English literature. She formed and co-founded the graduate theatre company Theatre 42, who have performed their final degree piece Nothing is Coming, the Pixels are Huge at various venues across the country. In 2017, they were invited to perform at the National Student Drama Festival, where they won an award for design.
Beatrice teaches drama on Saturdays, where she runs workshops in performative skills to enhance both the ability and confidence of the pupils. Here she also directs the end of year shows, as well as creating costumes, props and scenery. She also volunteers at Storyhouse, Chester, where she assists in the running of shows and communicating her passion for Theatre with visiting audience members. Beatrice has worked in costume and backstage in several amateur and community theatre shows; most recently she worked with Tip Top Productions in their performance of Pricilla, Queen of the Desert.