Georgia grew up loving to dance and perform with a firm belief her life was incomplete without kittens in it. Still, she braved it out and took part in various local productions, before training as a dancer and actress at a professional school. At 19 she switched to the production side of theatre, starting on the desk at Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Really Useful Group. Georgia worked hard and moved up through the theatre ranks, working for Cameron Mackintosh, Dewynters PLC and various high profile theatre PR companies before setting up her own Entertainment PR and Promotions Company. She feels extremely privileged to have worked with some wonderfully talented people and on some of the best shows in town! A few of the many productions Georgia worked on include Mamma Mia!, Les Miserables, Chicago, Jersey Boys, The Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, and yes, CATS! On setting up her own company, Georgia looked after the press for various UK tours, such as Putting on The Ritz, The Playbook of Judy Garland (with her daughter Lorna Luft), Keep Dancing with the fabulous Jane McDonald and various children’s shows, aswell as special events such as the screening of films Frozen and Psycho (quite a contrast) with live orchestras.
In 2012 she fulfilled her lifelong dream and became the mother of 2 kittens, a brother and a sister, weighing in at about 2 1/2 packets of Dreamies and a tin of Whiskers each. Oh, and 7 years before that she had a son, which was also a pretty momentous occasion for Georgia!
In 2018 Georgia and son moved to Australia for just under 2 years, for some very special family time. They on lived the Gold Coast in Queensland and managed to survive swapping a freezing cold, miserable English winter for stunning sunshine weather, glorious beaches and never putting on a coat. And the cats came too!
Whilst in Australia, Georgia discovered there was a scheme afoot between father and son to add a small canine member to the family. Trying to be practical, having a vague idea that puppies are quite a lot of work, she resisted the idea- well, for about 5 minutes before she was shown a photo of an impossibly cute and totally adorable black and golden one who at that time was on a cattle ranch in New South Wales, in Australia. Father and son bravely crossed the border from Queensland and bought back Teddy, a name agreed by all. Suffice to say instant love and lifelong devotion for all the family. Well, apart from the cats, that took a bit longer…
Georgia, her son, Teddy and the cats are now all living in their home in London.