Carlos Sandin

Theatre and film maker living in Bristol. Passionate about acting and curious about all things creative; marketing, directing and producing!

Swedish born with Russian and Cuban parents however I have lived in the UK for most of my life, now residing in Bristol. Despite having a consist passion for theatre I have also recently graduated with a degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Bristol. My interests also lie in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu while also enjoying adventure across the world.


the Carlos and Nathan Show

Oct. 2016-May 2018 Radio presenter on ‘the Carlos and Nathan Show’ on

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BPC New Writing Festival 2016

25-27th February 2016. Co-Director for three short new writing plays: ‘Last’ by Sam Toller, ‘Home Affairs’ by Alison Cowling, ‘Stilton and Spacesuits’ by Anna Wyn.

‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ by Nassim Soleimanpour

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1-3rd March 2017 Director, Marketing Director and Producer for the production of ‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ by Nassim Soleimanpour at the Room Above, under Rasputin Theatre.

‘Reefer Madness’ by Kevin Murphy

13-27 August 2017 at Edinburgh Fringe Festival Performing as an actor for the Impromptu Productions Warning: highly addictive content! Come see the wackiest, most raucous and addictive show in town! Reefer Madness follows the hilarious journey of two clean-cut kids’ descent into a drug crazed abandon of marijuana, evil jazz music, sex and violence. This dynamic, highly stylised and satirical show (originally inspired by the 1936 American anti-marijuana film of the same name) features big, bold broadway-style showstoppers, slick swing numbers and debaucherous jazz – something to tantalise everyone’s tastebuds! Don’t miss this spectacle tracking the tragic truth of the menace that is marijuana – it will go straight to your head!

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‘A Very British Childhood’ by Sarah May

7-30th August 2015 at Edinburgh Fringe Festival Performing as an Actor for Pelican Brief’s Theatre Company

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’15 Minutes’ by Laura Neal

3-10th August 2013 at Edinburgh Fringe Festival Performing as an Actor for Pelican Brief’s Theatre Company Rundown scholar Marshall arrives in the birthplace of a beautiful international film star, to interview a friend on the nature of celebrity for an upcoming book. On his first night there he falls from a balcony on to his face… at the exact same time the beautiful film star dies in a car crash. Former Royal Court Young Writer and 2012 Broadcast Hot Shot Laura Neal’s journey into a dystopian world of surgical enhancement and celebrity obsession peels back the skin of modern media culture in this hilarious satire on the notion of fame.