Theatre Practitioning Credits 
 

I have worked as a practitioner and actor trainer for the past 15 years.

I am an associate artist for Theatre Royal Plymouth and have led and managed many community focussed projects working with groups of all ages and abilities. I wrote and led on an acting degree for 6 years, training actors. Managed and curated festivals and outdoor performance work for The Barbican Theatre, and was Artistic Director of Symbiotic Theatre for 7 years.

Community engaged work includes:

Intergenerational projects - with the Princes Trust,

Reminiscence work - St Georges Hospital with Ladder to the Moon. 
Prison Work - Brixton Prison with LSW.

Disability and inclusion work - establishing the Funky Llama project for Theatre Royal, workshops with Strictly Collaborative, Wheelfever Dance and Proteus Theatre.

Schools work - including leading on forum facilitation related to bullying, sex education, xenophobia and racism, for a number of companies in the South West and London. As well as skills based work in a number of schools and colleges.

Youth Theatre and directing Youth Theatre productions - Theatre Royal Plymouth, Sherman Theatre Cymru, Daisi, Half Moon Theatre, Barbican Theatre, Step Up Theatre.
Skill based workshops and Masterclasses - Physical Theatre, Choreographed Combat, Acting for Camera, Artaud, Stanislavsky, Brecht, Laban, Forum Theatre, Devising, Mask, Clowning, Cross Art Collaboration, Community Practice.

Festival and project management:

In the Flesh Festival 2006 - 2008 and the Ocean Project for the Barbican Theatre. 

Movement Direction: 

For a number of productions, particularly for choreographed combat sequences.

Lecturing: 

Programme Lead - BA Acting - Plymouth Marjon University 2013 - 2018

Visiting Lecturer - Theatre and Performance - Plymouth University 2010-12

Lecturer - BA Drama - University College Marjon 2011-13

Visiting Lecturer - Dartington College of Arts - 2008

 

Conferences and Forum Theatre Facilitation work: 

NHS, Magistrates Courts, Credit Card (debt management), Mental Health Network. 

A series of conferences related to post natal depression, and host of the 'I'm Fine' NHS conferences.