Sounds Like Thunder was founded in late 2017 by Rosalind Brody and Eloise Heath. Together our ambition was to found a company that privileges the voices of the many, not the few, and to snap at the heels of the established theatrical discourse. 


We challenge audience expectations, turn stereotypes on their heads, and interrogate the cultures, spaces, and systems in which we operate. 


We also make things beautiful, tell stories and, perhaps most importantly of all, to play. We believe playfulness is the cornerstone of theatre-making — and that doesn’t mean whimsy or childishness. Imagination, empathy, innovation and flexibility all come into it, even when the subject matter is serious.

Rosalind Brody

Director, Writer & Founder

Rosalind Brody is a recent graduate from the University of Oxford, where she read English Literature (BA, MSt). In 2012, she directed an all-female production of The History Boys. She has appeared as an actor in Motherland (Young Vic Theatre), Star Child (Almeida Theatre), Monkey Bars (Burton Taylor Studio) and The Crucible (Sheldonian Theatre). She returned to directing in 2017 when she co-founded Sounds Like Thunder. So far in 2018, Rosalind has worked as Assistant Director on Rothschild and Sons (Park Theatre), Monogamy (UK tour and Park Theatre) and as Assistant Producer on The Fever (Omnibus Theatre).

Eloise Heath

Director, Writer & Founder

Eloise is a writer, director, and freelance creative originally from North Norfolk. Whilst reading English Language and Literature at the University of Oxford, she won Best Director at the OUDS New Writing Festival 2016 for ‘Cold Warm’ (Burton Taylor Studio). Since, Eloise has wracked up two years experience writing for Ed Fringe Review, and worked as a script consultant for Sheringham Little Theatre.