Talented actress Ketorah Williams is set for a summer she won’t forget after landing a role in a production set to be showcased at an iconic cultural festival.

And the 31-year-old believes there is a depth of talent across her home city as she prepares to take to the stage more than 250 miles away during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Ketorah, of Sneyd Green, has secured a part in a production called Under My Thumb – where she plays the introverted Rosaline who uses daydreaming as a way of coping.

For Ketorah her journey to the Fringe began as a child when she would appear in school plays before going on to do a BTEC in Performing Arts at Stoke-on-Trent College’s Burslem campus.

She said: “The teachers there were amazing – they were so inspirational and pushed you to go for things.

“I had one teacher in particular, Amanda Hancock, who advised me to go to London for more opportunities.

“The college really built my confidence and skills.”
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