Tom trained at the BOVTS and has worked substantially in theatre and radio. He has directed, written and adapted plays for all age groups and has facilitated workshops in schools and universities around the country. Tom is also a qualified teacher.
I wear many hats! I am a physical theatre performer, founder of The Modest Genius Theatre Company, a balloon artist, Miss Popularity and a co-creator of Invisible Youth the social circus project based at Felix Road Adventure Playground.
I am a confident and enthusiastic young actress. I graduated from Bath Spa University with a degree in Performing Arts and then went on to train in Acting at Arts Educational Schools London, from where I recently graduated. The focus of my training at Arts Ed has been in both stage and screen acting. I am a dynamic performer with an extensive and varied range of performance experience.
Want to act on film? Want to act on TV? Want to act on stage? ITV WEST Television Workshop gives you training and experience in acting to camera techniques and stage craft through their weekly workshop sessions, short films and theatrical productions.
Degrees of Error are a Bristol-based Theatre company dedicated to works based on improvisation. They are the house company of The Bristol Improv Theatre. Degrees are best known for MURDER SHE DIDN’T WRITE, an entirely improvised comedy show, based on classic Murder-Mysteries. Called “by far the best Improv show that I have seen” (Inter:Mission – ★★★★★), and jam-packed with “unrestrained bursts of joy” (Bristol TheatreReview ★★★★★), this is a show you miss at your peril.
Bristol Biennial is an artist-led festival that celebrates exciting and engaging projects by talented emerging artists. In 2014, the festival takes ‘Crossing the Line’ as its theme, exploring artistic boundaries and encouraging collaboration across the city. Bristol Biennial 2014 is proud to be supported by Arts Council England
Space Type: Church
Hall in Bedminster Quaker Meeting House suitable for rehearsals.
Space Type: Arts Space
The Loco Klub is a new and exciting underground Arts venue opening in the Bristol enterprise zone beneath the passenger shed in Temple Meads. The project is a creative collaboration between The Invisible Circus and Artspace Lifespace who as sister companies brought you such ground breaking projects as The Island and Pro cathedral. The venue is rising from the ashes of the old railway social club that formerly stood on the site and as well as boasting a series of fabulous performance spaces in the former social club bar rooms also holds a hidden treasure, a series of Brunel built railway arches hidden behind the flock wall paper and wooden panels of the social club, the former ash pits of the original station above these underground caverns are a unique and jaw dropping performance space unlike anything else in the city.
Space Type: Other
The At Bristol Complex is a leisure, education and entertainment complex on the Harbourside. The planetarium is an unusual space with a dome screen with 200 x 60 field of view. This space has been used for: Planetarium shows, screenings and presentations.