Eleanor grew up in Aberdeen where she attended St Margaret’s and learnt to play the viola, trombone and piano. Eleanor’s singing training began as part of the St Andrew’s Cathedral choir in Aberdeen and singing has remained a real passion to her. She also spent a large part of her childhood living abroad in Vietnam and Singapore. After finishing school she moved to Stratford-Upon-Avon for a full time acting course called Year Out Drama where she was lucky enough to see many RSC productions and take a production of ‘Pericles' to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In 2014 she started her Training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and has just graduated, finishing the year by playing the role of Casca, in ‘Julius Caesar’ at the Bristol Old Vic alongside Julian Glover and Lynn Farleigh. She also was Musical Director for this production which was challenging but very rewarding. During her 3 years at Bristol her favourite productions were: Dabby in ‘Our Country’s Good’, directed by Gemma Fairlie, Pantina in ‘The Two Gentleman of Verona’, directed by Bill Alexander, Helena in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, directed by Christopher Scott and taking ‘The Ruff Guide to Shakespeare’ to the Edinburgh Fringe last August.