Sheena Holliday

Sheena Holliday is a filmmaker, theatre maker, and writer from Yorkshire.

Sheena has directed four short films 'Roseberry Road', ‘The Ditch’, ‘0800-FINALGIRL’ and ‘A Plaster, a Paper and a Cheese & Pickle Sandwich’. She also co-directed the first two seasons of ‘Persona’, the world’s first online soap designed for smartphones.

Sheena is co director of Drunken Chorus a contemporary performance company and registered charity. Drunken Chorus make performance and support emerging artists to make performance. They run theatre workshops with young people and adults. They are committed to making theatre accessible to all by running free performance events in pubs and markets, including British Sign Language interpretation in performances and developing work with adults with learning disabilities to be performed in a professional setting.

Sheena works extensively in community arts, running filmmaking and drama workshops for young people in a variety of different settings.

She likes:

  • horror films
  • lists
  • cake
  • real ale
  • running

Sheena’s favourite film is ‘Halloween’ – the original 1978 version – she despises remakes.