Cleopatra's Key

"A curious, emotionally complex and impressively silly scenario...

there are also some real crackers, notably ‘Hands of the Gods’, performed with passion and aplomb by Cooper...

this somewhat weird and witty piece set on the Nile certainly made me smile."


"An intriguing and entertaining way to spend a city lunchtime... a "chamber" musical sung and performed beautifully by the two actresses, Lilly Lowe-Myers and Robyn Cooper.  On the surface it's a cleverly plotted and often very funny story about betrayal and manipulation, but underneath are strong themes of emotional need, damage and finding the strength to escape one's past.  A very original piece of work... these two, and their composer Omar Shahryar, are definitely a team to watch!"

Truth's Vision

"Lily Lowe-Myers and Robyn Cooper’s highly skilled thespian antics kept the audience captivated; their performance powered up by their striking versatility as actors, finely honed timing, and tangible on-stage camaraderie.

The production, so much more than just a masterfully scripted performance piece, was underpinned with a poignant feel-good message of optimism and hope, and is undoubtedly deserving of a place on Broadway or in London’s West End."

Success Stories

Robyn's Story

Robyn has been featured a a Success Story for the Duke of Edinburgh     Award Scheme.   

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Well-versed in art of combat

Posted by Robyn Cooper on Thursday, May 26, 2011,
April 28th 2011

'Robyn Cooper began training in tae kwon do at 14 and is a second dan black belt. Having started acting on TV aged just four, she did an BA in drama and film at Kingston University and also studied screen and stage combat at the Actors Centre in London. She is currently working on Truth's Vision with Lily Lowe-Myers, which uses her fight skills, drama, song and dance'

Interview with Robyn Cooper

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BBC Press Release

Posted by Robyn Cooper on Thursday, May 26, 2011,
Casualty – Sunset Syndrome
Saturday 26 September 2009
9.25-10.15pm BBC ONE

Press Release from the BBC

A figure from the past returns to Holby to throw Zoe's life and career into turmoil, as the medical drama continues.

Tormented by the knowledge that she has made a disastrous personal decision, Zoe's regrets make her determined to give herself and the man she loves a second cha...

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