My interview in Cloisters magazine

Happy New Year! I was very excited to see this interview published in my old school magazine recently. It’s always great to feel part of a community, and to be able to catch up with former friends and colleagues. But the article also gave me a chance to take stock of where my life has taken me since drama school and particularly in recent years since the pandemic, especially when it comes to the all-important aspect of the work-life balance. Aspiring voiceover artists may also find some useful advice in these pages!

To read the full interview from Downe House’s Cloisters magazine, just click on the thumbnail below:

“Just so so so great, loved the narration so perfect, dreadfully sad, appalling and captivating. Katherine came to life in my kitchen, in my car, walking around the supermarket and in between the moments of my husband trying to talk to me.”

Audible Review – Six Tudor Queens: Katheryn Howard, the Tainted Queen by Alison Weir

“I learnt so much. This was fantastically researched and beautifully performed. Reminds you why books are so important.”

Audible Review – Papyrus by Irene Vallejo

“Narrator Sophie Roberts’s strong, polished, highly sophisticated voice effectively conveys the aura of fashionable society but maintains a firm narrative objectivity. Droll, fascinating, full of memorable characters and anecdotes, here is a perspective on a world and time that moved from drawing-room comedy to the private dramas of war and occupation.”

AudioFile Magazine, 2020 – Chanel’s Riviera, Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award

“This was brilliantly brought to life by the narrator, Sophie Roberts who tackled the French & Russian names with ease. A great way to entwine two biographies in such an entertaining way.”

Audible Review – Catherine the Great & Potemkin by Simon Sebag Montefiore

“I have had the pleasure of working with Sophie for many years, and that is a testament in itself to her standing in the audiobook world. Well prepared, reliable, accurate, exceptional characterisations. The only problem with her success, is trying to hire someone who has become so indispensable…”

David Roper, Managing Director, Heavy Entertainment