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Richard has been performing comedy on stage and screen for over 10 years.
TV and film appearances include BAFTA-winning shows Swashbuckle, Class Dismissed (for which he was twice nominated for Best Comedy Performance at the RTS Awards), People Just Do Nothing and Horrible Histories, as well as Horrible Histories: The Movie, Disney’s Cruella and his own TV series, Big Fat Like. He has performed in a vast range of projects from on and off the West End to voicing animations, from his own web series to his own comedy sketch group.
Bradley trained classically in Laban, Meisner and Stanislavsky techniques.
He has over 10 years experience teaching various disciplines in acting and vocal coaching and as an actor he has worked on high-profile theatre, television and film projects including ITV’s Dark Heart, Katie Mitchell’s Some Trace of Her at the National Theatre and Kate Tempest’s Wasted, with Paines Plough at the Roundhouse.
Matthew is an actor who trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
He specialised in acting and devised theatre. He has been in productions such as War Horse and Jayne Eyre and also loves to work on his own material. Matthew is also a very talented musician.
Matt is a Director and Theatre Maker who trained at East 15 Acting School.
Matt completed the National Theatre Director’s Course. He has collaborated with artists including Emma Rice, Kathy Burke, and Emily Lim and was Resident Director of the National Theatres New Work Department.
Richard trained as an actor at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School leading to work as an actor/teacher and director.
He is now a full time acting teacher and director at Guildford School of Acting where he also sits on audition panels for the BA Acting course. He’s an Associate Director for Actors from the London Stage, has assisted for Guildford Shakespeare Company and directs for Scaffold State Training Company.
Sean is a director, movement director, theatre maker, artistic director and theatre practitioner.
He graduated from Rose Bruford on the European Theatre Arts course in 2014 and then went to work for Frantic Assembly. He still works for them now as a practitioner, which means running workshops and residencies in the UK and around the world.
Rachel is a movement director and actor.
She co-runs award winning theatre company The PappyShow & is an Associate Artist of National Youth Theatre. Recent Acting Credits include Antigone (New Diorama) and The Butterfly Lion (Chichester Festival Theatre).
Jac is a professional dancer. He has travelled to many cities and countries to perform.
Kay has been a professional voice coach for nearly 15 years are currently works at RADA.
Rick is one of the most senior multi-camera directors for the BBC and ITV.
Grace trained as an actor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
She has worked internationally in classical and experimental theatre and extensively in voiceover. She currently works as a teaching artist at ArtsEd and direct’s throughout the UK, Europe and the US. She is also an award-winning film-maker, based in London.
Nikki has worked as a highly sought-after professional dancer for nearly 12 years on global stages.
Nikki is also an amazing choreographer, having worked with global stars such as Little Mix and Kylie Minogue. She has also worked on big shows to help them choreograph routines such as The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing and The Greatest Dancer.
Rikki is a renowned Writer, Director, Producer, Composer, Designer, Choreographer, Performer and mentor.
Emma is a four-time Olivier nominee and a winner of the WhatsOnStage award for Best Supporting Actress.
Alix is a voice coach who trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
She has worked extensively in theatre, radio, television, film and voiceover, is a founder member of the Fitzrovia Radio Hour and has been working as a professional Accent, Dialect and Vocal Technique Coach since 2013.
Russell is currently Head of Drama at the world famous ‘ArtsEd’ school in London.
Emily is a professional dancer and choreographer.
Emily’s commercial credits include ITV’s Dancing on Ice, London Fashion Week, Nike, Ferrari and Alan Carr’s Chatty Man. Her breakthrough as a choreographer came in 2019 when she choreographed a world tour for the Grammy/BRIT award nominated band bring me the horizon. She also toured with them on their 2021 UK arena tour.
Anne Musisi is a multidisciplinary performance artist, acting coach
With a background in Acting and Global Theatre from Regent’s University and an MA Acting for Screen from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, her main focus is storytelling through the medium of film. She began working with young actors while directing short films for BA Third Years at institutions like RADA, Arts Educational University and now Regent’s University.
Brooke is one of the freshest choreographic talents in the UK.
He studied at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and then at Bird College of Dance. He gained a strong dance background but he chose to focus on street dance styles. He is the lead dancer of the crew, Plague, who he has led to two Hip Hop International World Championship titles, a feat never achieved by any other UK dance group!
Ryan Bennett is a New Zealand born actor who trained at Actors Centre Australia.
He then completed a Master of Arts at Guildford School of Acting, leading to numerous roles across stage and screen. Ryan has taught at many top performing arts schools including Sylvia Young Theatre School, Guildford School of Acting and NIDA (Sydney).
Evvy Miller trained at Guildhall School of Acting.
Adam is a vocal coach who works with some of the best performing arts schools in the country!
Tas is an Actor and creative facilitator who delivers a diverse range of theatre-based workshops.
Tom trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Since graduating, he has worked in the theatre industry for over 10 years. He was head puppeteer on the lead horse ‘Joey’ in the West End hit War Horse and is currently movement captain on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Tom is a director, writer, actor and coach.
He trained at Arts Ed and has worked all over the world including the West End, Broadway and at the National Theatre in London. Tom has worked as a visiting director at many top drama schools including Arts Ed and Mountview, and his production of Fabric by Abi Zakarian won the Scotsman Fringe First Award for best production.
Michelle is an actress and screenwriter having worked in television, theatre and film.
Philippa is an actor-musician and theatre maker.
She is particularly skilled and experienced in the development of new work. She has created shows with multi Award Winning Companies such as Les Enfants Terribles, The Wardrobe Ensemble and This Egg.
Olivia is a voice and singing teacher.
Olivia trained at the world renowned Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the Voice Studies: Teaching and Training MFA course. She has taught at Mountview Academy, London College of Music, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and the BRIT school. She is now a full time vocal coach at ArtsEd.
Niall is an award winning director and the Artistic Director of Lonesome Schoolboy Productions.
Mara trained at the Arts Educational school (ArtsEd) in London.
Kane is dedicated to diverse approaches to visual narratives, with movement training at the heart of their practice.
Grace is a multifaceted artist and award winning beatboxer.
Skye is an acting coach and RADA trained actress, who has appeared in shows such as The Crown and The Alienist.
Skye made her professional stage debut in October 2016 as the lead in Paradise of the Assassins, which opened the new TARA Arts theatre in Earlsfield. She most recently played Merle Oberon in a rehearsed reading and premiere, of The Skin Game and Kitty Verdun in a star studded charity reading of Charlie’s Aunt starring Charles Brandrethfor The Jermyn Street Theatre and Proud Haddock Productions.