Tim Bamber

Tim Bamber is a Sound Designer and Music Composer. He has worked across Europe, Africa and the Middle East on a range of projects spanning theatre, film, dance, games and installation. He is a visiting lecturer at Open City Docs, UCL. His artistic practice includes an ongoing inquiry into sonic activism and sounding out urban space. Broadcast credits include BBC, ITV, Al Jazeera. Tim is Head of Sound at now>press>play.

Portfolio

Fix Us, Bareface Collective, 2019 (Sound Designer)

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Access All Areas supported artists, The BareFace Collective, present FIX US: a funny, defiant new show about three wild, wicked and wonderful individuals – and their equally outrageous stage personas. Cheeky, sexy and full of charm… BareFace show you who they really are.

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What’s Far is Near, Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, 2019 (Sound Designer)

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What’s Far Is Near is a theatre production devised over Skype by Staging Sisterhood: an ensemble of women brought together by Seenaryo. Half of the members of Staging Sisterhood live in London and half in Lebanon; all are from a refugee or asylum-seeking background. Part of Refugee Week, the three-month project culminates in a public performance happening simultaneously over live video link at Southbank Centre‘s Purcell Room (London) and Hamra’s The Palace Beirut (Beirut).

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