Welcome to Fenella Fielding’s official website that details her forthcoming theatre, radio and TV appearances. You can enter your email address (just below the picture to the left) to join the 'mailing list' and receive updates as they are announced. The site also includes information about Fenella’s career to date, photos and videos. All content is approved by Fenella.



Note from Fenella:
Thank you for visiting my website. I'm not on Facebook or Twitter personally, so this seemed like a good way to let you know what I'll be doing over the coming months.

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Best wishes


But in the last three years...

Fenella has made various appearances for Actors of Dionysus (AOD) performing translations of Greek classics. This includes playing Hekebe in 'Savage Beauty' at the St James Theatre and the release of a CD of Sappho Poems.

Fenella with Simon Russell Beale at an AOD reading (2012)

Television appearances include 'Skins' (Channel 4) and voice for 'Kookyville' (Channel 5). There have been lots of radio and TV documentaries - often about Carry On Films and Morecambe & Wise; sometimes about fancy hotels.

Fenella in Skins (2012)

Other radio appearances include 'Broadcasting House' (Radio 4). Fenella co-hosts her own show on Break London Radio. [hear latest show]

Lots of readings on stage including work by Mary Shelley, John Dowland and Gerry Potter.

Lots of personal appearances including London Westminster, Birmingham NEC and various Misty Moon events in London.

Fenella has been featured in the National Portrait Gallery and has been the subject of a video portrait by Martin Firrell.

Radio - Fenella is one of the contributors to a new Radio 4 documentary about the Magic Roundabout. Rightly so, as she was the voice of The Blue Queen in 'Dougal and the Blue Cat' Broadcasts Monday 12th October then available on iPlayer details


Readings - Fenella will be in Liverpool for the first three nights of 'Homotopia' and will be giving various readings including an introduction to a Halloween screening of 'Bride of Frankenstein' - Saturday 31st October details

Personal Appearance - Fenella will be appearing at London Film Memorabilia Convention (Westminster) on Saturday 14 November details

Personal Appearance - Fenella will be appearing at Birmingham NEC on Saturday 21 November details

Fenella will be featured in an exhibition of photos to support the charity Spitalfields Crypt Trust.  Details to follow.


Fenella with Simon McKay at the Tyneside Cinema for a Q&A (Nicola Johnson)



What Fenella has done recently:
Radio Shows
- Click on photo of Fenella and Simon to hear their recent radio show 'Film and Show Soundtracks'.  Other shows available here listen

Radio - 'Fenella's Birthday Party 2013' and various other Fenella audio clips including an interview with Ed Doolan from 1987 and a gorgeous clip of Fenella voicing a cow in Gurney Slade can be heard here: Click

Radio - Fenella appeared on Radio 4's Woman's Hour in 2011. The programme is currently available on the BBC website: listen

Recommended Radio - Fenella was the castaway on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs in 1967. The programme is currently available on the BBC website: listen  

Fenella Fielding and Cleo Laine (2013)

Radio Shows - Cleo Laine is a guest on Fenella & Simon's Jazz On A Summer's Day listen

Video Portrait - 'MetaFenella' is a video portrait of Fenella by Martin Firrell. It was launched at the Soho Hotel in 2014 March and is now available to view online at www.metafenella.com

Here's a trailer for 'Fenella & Simon's Cult TV Themes':

Radio - 'Fenella & Simon's Cult TV Themes' features theme tunes from 60s and 70s cult classics like the Prisoner, Department S and Danger Man as well as interviews with Kate O'Mara, Sylvia Syms and Alexandra Bastedo: listen

Fenella reading at Victor Spinetti's Memorial Service October 2012 

Radio Advert from 1965 - A saucy sounding Fenella advertising razor blades for Radio Caroline listen

Fenella Fielding interview from the June 12 edition of Mojo music magazine:

 Mojo article by Mark Paytress