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Having received four years of training at East 15 Acting School, I've been provided with a wide range of multicultural skills to find my way through an ever-expanding and challenging industry. Performers need to be flexible and durable in the current working climate. When there is no work available, sometimes the simple solution is to create our own theatre. The performer must not rest on their laurels. They must create. Therefore, I've become a Theatre-Maker. I can perform, meanwhile I also have the ability to generate my own work through devising and directing. I am also a Wordsmith working within a wide range of mediums including my own books, short-stories and scripts.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working full-time with Chessington World of Adventures Resort provides a great range of variety day-to-day. My main role is to perform as Dr Octavious Brine 3/4 shows a day, however I also get to be a Ranger to help with Penguin and Octonaut meet and greets, and then also perform several Voice-Over roles including Banyan the Elephant Tree and Gozi the Lemur. I also provide VIP Bye Bye Bubbleworks tours as Professor Burp in the final weeks before the ride closes down.
Collaborated with Concoction Theatre Company in three separate venues and performed 'Worst Case Scenario'. 3rd-6th August 2016 at Cockpit Theatre, Camden Fringe. 23rd-24th July 2016 Apollo Theatre, Isle of Wight. 21-23rd May 2015 at Clifftown Theatre, Southend. My role within the production was to write, edit and print the script throughout the tour. I also helped produce a press release, programme and assisted the Company by transporting the set and props by driving a transit van throughout Central London and to the Isle of Wight.
Performed in a forty minute production of 'Hotel Translyvania' and provided a workshop to assist the children's understanding of the text and their knowledge of the english language. The show toured throughout Italy and provided shows six days a week in various venues including: schools, theatres and amphitheatres. The childrens ages ranged from 8-13 and allowed a real challenge as their knowledge of the language was dependent on their level of education. The performance itself was enacted using precise gestures and didatic movement to ease the understanding of the text.