Tilda Wickham is a non-binary performer, writer and activist. Most recently, they played Fish in Zoe Cooper’s Out of Water at the Orange Tree Theatre, for which they received an Offie nomination for Best Performance (winners announced in 2020). As the first ever nominee to identify as non-binary, Tilda's nomination led to the creation of a new category: Best Non-Binary Performance in a Play.
Previously to this, Tilda played Eloisa Sabartes in Doctors (BBC) and Jo in new web series Brood by Rosanna Suppa and Robbie Taylor-Hunt.
Whilst at Cambridge University, Tilda played Juliet in Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet directed by Tom Littler, at The Cambridge Arts Theatre. They also played Anna of Cleves in the original cast of SIX The Musical in its sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017.
In 2018, Tilda co-wrote (co. Robbie Taylor-Hunt) and performed in A Queer Anthology of Dating at Southwark Playhouse, as part of the Anon Is A Woman festival of new writing, and again as part of Maiden Speech Festival at Tristan Bates Theatre in 2019. They continue to write and advocate for non-binary people in the arts and will soon be speaking on The New Normal panel, led by Christopher Kenna (CEO of Brand Advance), discussing Queer representation in media and advertising.