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What I do:
Director and Actor
A little more about me:
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Trained, now freelance Emerging Theatre Director.

Passionate about Contemporary Theatre, Family Theatre and LGBTQI+ Theatre. Very grateful to have made some collaborations with some exceptionally talented artists in the last 18 months, working with Sherman Theatre, Those Two Impostors/The Other Room, Youth Music Theatre UK and Leeway Productions.

Artistic Director at No Boundaries Theatre, and Associate Director at Everything at Once.

LGBTQ+ Artist; Kate Bush and Björk superfan; Welsh.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
Alongside some very talented individuals we will begin a restructuring of the aims and goals of No Boundaries Theatre, and I will be entering the very early stages of a project for brand new theatre collective Everything at Once - expect polar bears and ice.

Having just finished Assisting The Wind in the Willows at Sherman Theatre, 2018 will see a continuation of this working relationship with the building, as I join the Director's Programme attachment as part of the JMK Organisation, headed up by Adele Thomas and David Mercatali.
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CASTING CALL! Golf Course War Machine by Chris Harris @ Cardiff Fringe Theatre Festival

We are looking for an actress to be involved with the first production by No Boundaries Theatre.

GOLF COURSE WAR MACHINE, a short play by Chris Harris, will take place as part of the first Cardiff Fringe Theatre Festival's Scratch Night at CF24 Project in Roath.

GOLF COURSE WAR MACHINE is the personal protest of a drunken, concert-going Valleys girl called Pip. She's on a pretty bad hangover, and she's set up camp outside the Celtic Manor on the eve of the NATO…

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Posted on May 24, 2016 at 8:27

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At 11:46 on March 7, 2016, Brady Bowes said…

Welcome to the TEAM group, Luke! Great to have you as a member.

Keep an eye out on the TEAM group, this is where you'll find the latest news, events and opportunities you can get involved in. We'd love to hear your updates too!

Let me know if you have any questions.

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