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Departments & Faculty

Acting

HEAD OF DIPLOMA ACTING
Jonathan Kemp

HEAD OF DEGREE ACTING
Aileen Gonsalves

 

Movement  

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HEAD OF MOVEMENT
Keith O'Brien

Movement & Period Movement Teacher

During a 15-year performance career, ranging from cabaret, film work and theatre work (including West End), Keith has worked in a variety of movement and dance styles and genres. He has worked as movement director/choreographer, both professionally and within colleges on numerous productions and been involved in training actors and dancers for the past 25 years. 


  • Raniah Al-Sayed: Yoga Teacher
  • Juliet Chambers-Coe: Laban Teacher
  • Philip d'Orleans: Stage Combat Teacher, equity registered fight director/teacher and BASSC fight examiner 
  • Cory English: Dance & Entertainment Teacher
  • Emma Flett: Dance Teacher
  • Christina Llavina: Alexander Technique Teacher
  • Elizabeth Marsh: Dance / Movement
  • Lara Mitchell: Dance
  • Enric Ortuno: Stage Combat Teacher
  • Christopher Sivertsen: Physical Theatre
  • Ronin Traynor: Stage Combat Teacher

Voice 

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HEAD OF VOICE
Dewi Hughes

Voice, Applied Voice, Phonetics & Speech Teacher

Dewi has worked as Voice Coach and Accent Coach on a number of theatre productions, including international tours and shows on London's West End. Prior to his work with the Studio he has taught at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Drama Centre, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and Arts Educational Schools London. He has also been interviewed by the BBC and Time Magazine about his work with clients from the corporate field.


  • Nicola Collett: Voice & Speech Teacher
  • Rebecca Cuthbertson: Applied Voice, Voice & Character Voice Teacher
  • Paul Knight: Singing Teacher
  • Jane Marlow: Singing Teacher
  • Lucie Rutherford: Voice & Speech Teacher
  • Marianne Samuels: Voice & Character Voice Teacher
  • Ingrid Uhlen: Voice Teacher

Media

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HEAD OF MEDIA
David Tucker

Screen Acting & TV Interviews Teacher

David's credits as a director of television drama include A Very Peculiar Practice (BAFTA nomination), A Very Polish Practice (British Comedy Awards nomination), Behaving Badly (International Emmy nomination), Stanley & The Women (BANFF International TV Festival Best Series Award), Casualty, Lark Rise to Candleford, Burn The Clock, Eastenders, Holby City, Where the Heart Is, Born and Bred, Midsomer Murders, A&E, Bramwell, Grafters and Miss Marple. He has also directed productions for the RSC, Bristol Old Vic and Liverpool Playhouse.


  • Jilly Bond: Microphone Technique Teacher
  • Dominic Brigstocke: Screen Acting Teacher
  • Robert Del Maestro: Screen Acting Teacher/Director
  • Gordon House: Microphone Technique Teacher
  • Dominic Kelly: Screen Acting Teacher
  • Patrick Lau: Screen Acting Teacher/Director 
  • Rikki Lawton: Microphone Technique Teacher
  • Sophie Lifschutz: Screen Acting Teacher/Director
  • Caroline Martin: Screen Acting Teacher
  • Simon Mattacks: Commercial Microphone Technique Teacher & Auditions Workshop Leader
  • Simon McLinden: Screen Acting Teacher
  • Jo Monro: Microphone Technique Teacher
  • Alan Pearce: Screen Acting Teacher
  • Carl Prekopp: Microphone Technique Teacher 
  • Nick Reed: Screen Acting Teacher/Director
  • Paul Seed: Screen Acting Teacher/Director 
  • Owyn Stephens: Screen Acting Teacher
  • Marcus D.F. White: Screen Acting Teacher
  • Tracy Wiles: Microphone Technique Teacher

Education 

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HEAD OF EDUCATION
Mark Woolgar

Mark has an MA in English and a Diploma in Education from Oxford University and is a qualified teacher. His work includes director and producer for the Old Vic Theatre Company, a Fellow in Drama at Southampton University, Artistic Director at Derby Playhouse and Senior Moderator for Trinity Guildhall. Mark has also worked in many leading UK Drama Schools including LAMDA, East 15, Mountview, Rose Bruford. Mark is the co-author of a book called Theatre Studies and now works mainly with American University students.


 

We also have a team of specialist workshop teachers and guest lecturers.

Alumni

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