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I am a Bristol-based actor, voiceover artist, and musician. I trained at LAMDA, with extensive stage experience in classical theatre and modern devised work, for award-winning theatre companies including The National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Propeller and Les Enfants Terribles. Screen credits include Poldark for the BBC, and award-winning short horror film Blackout. As a voiceover artist, I have worked for clients including the BBC and Channel 4. I play guitar, mandolin, accordion, harmonica, ukulele and bass guitar. I also teach acting, both one-on-one and in a workshop setting, and coach students through auditions.
Complicité is an international touring theatre company, based in London. Founded in 1983 by Annabel Arden, Fiona Gordon, Marcello Magni and Simon McBurney, the Company is now led by Artistic Director McBurney OBE. The Company has played in more than 40 countries across the world, won more than 50 awards and been described as ‘…the most influential and consistently interesting theatre company working in Britain.’ The Times Complicité is known for making intelligent, innovative and beautiful work of the highest standard. Its mission is to remain at the forefront of UK theatre by continuing to make performance, digital and participatory work, educational and participatory initiatives, and professional development opportunities that defy expectations, and by continuing to seek out new audiences and new ways of engaging those audiences.
I am a hard-working,cheerful character who always works with full commitment to the characters I play. I enjoy, and work hard at, all aspects of performing, including acting,singing and dancing. At present I am studying performing arts at BTEC level 3 diploma, and currently achieving distinctions for all my work.
Coexist is a social enterprise, setup as a community interest company based on a philosophy of open hearted and active engagement. Coexist hosts Hamilton House as a space in which we collectively live, work, play and innovate to create a better world for each other, our community and the environment. We have a variety of spaces suitable for rehearsals, research and development, devising and performance. We work to support local theatre practitioners, companies and performance artists in their development. We curate and create work in-house, and provide space for private hire – both ad-hoc and long term. Our Events Space and a fully-equiped performance venue, and fast becoming a hub for transformative arts.
Dance Artists is a collaboration of creative artists who love to work with dance. We serve only to provide experience and opportunity for creatives to develop their work and build their portfolios of evidence, or to just feed their love! We are not only students and graduates but also people who love working in amateur semi-professional theatre, and people who want to develop their skills and use their ideas and talents in a way that they don’t normally get the opportunity to do. Dance Artists is an organisation which aims to bring together creative artists from various aspects of technical theatre as well as theatre marketing, photography, film, costume etc. to come together to create with classical ballet in new and exciting versions of classic ballets as well as original full length works.
Formed in the year 2000, based in Bristol/Berlin, working throughout Europe. More recently known for multi-arts workshops here in Bristol. More at http://www.gyroscopic.org
Space Type: School or Educational Establishment
They have a school hall that can be used contact Genny Oliver for more details
Space Type: Arts Space
The Cube is a Microplex Cinema and venue in central Bristol. It is a programmed space but occasionally has space to hire. This is an alternative venue that often puts on events that cannot happen elsewhere in Bristol. Enquiries for anything working within what the Cube is (a volunteer run cinema / arts space) are particularly welcome. All of our programme,including hires, is facilitated by volunteers. This space has been used for cinema, live-music, cabaret, performance art and private events. This listing is from the Performance Team and primarily aimed at performers, but the space available for other uses. Generally we can only offer rehearsal space to work created collaboratively for the Cube space.
Space Type: Other
Puppet Place offers a dedicated workbay (approx 3m x 5m) within our communal studio including access to tools such as pillar drill, bandsaw and belt sander, extraction booth for spray paints, resins and adhesives. This space is ideal for larger builds that require a messy environment. This space is available for short term hires via our Associate Artists Scheme