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Ginny Davis

Speaker Topics

Motivation & Performance, Entertainment & Comedy, History

Locations Covered​

- West Midlands


£150 - £500


Short Notice, 1 Month Minimum, 3 Month Minimum

Profile Bio

Ginny practised criminal law as a barrister having read Law at the University of Cambridge. Having retired from practice as the mother of young children she became a writer and performer for theatre. Her comedic one-woman plays sold out and gained 5* reviews at the Edinburgh, Buxton and Brighton Festivals. Her courtroom drama "Learned Friends' won Best Original Piece at Birminghamfest and was performed at The Old Bailey and Crown Courts throughout the country. In 2020 she published her first novel - 'What Lies Beneath the Surface" -a psychological suspense mystery set in the legal world of 2019.
Ginny now focuses on public speaking. Her voice is strong and clear. Her talks cover performance and motivation, a history of criminal punishment, and a tale about a Greek dog.
Ginny is an experienced speaker who is on the approved list for the WI Federations of Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. She also speaks to U3A and other groups. She has spoken at national and regional level meetings of the WI and the National Women's Forum.

Talk Description

To The Fringe And Beyond

A one hour talk designed to motivate and entertain. Ginny describes a career ranging from performance in criminal courts to the stage, includes performance of scenes from 5* plays originally performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, No screen or technical support needed.

Other Talks

From the Pillory to the Prison Cell - a one hour history of criminal punishment in the United Kingdom. Includes projected images.

What Lies Beneath the Surface - a one hour talk including readings from Ginny's novel of the same title. Includes little known information about the lives and work of High Court Judges and senior court advocates.

Mad Englishwoman, Three Dogs and the Midday Sun - A one-hour talk about the life of a dog which begins in poverty and neglect on the island of Crete, passes through a canine acting phase at the Edinburgh Fringe, and is yet to close. Projected images included.

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