Adam Timms
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What I do:
Actor and writer. Trained at RWCMD. Based in Cardiff. Run Cardiff Shakespeare Readers (reading group at Chapter): www.cardiffshakespearereaders.co.uk
and Healthcare Interact (corporate roleplay company): www.healthcareinteract.co.uk

More info: www.adamtimms.co.uk

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At 15:14 on October 6, 2009, Tom Cullen said…
Hi Adam,

Just wanted to say thank you for your input on Sunday. The seminar during the day was a real success and it was down to people like you. I found your points very interesting, and it would be good to have you involved at some point with our future projevts.
At 7:51 on July 5, 2009, Louise Osborn said…
Hiya Adam thanks for the offer of friendship! a pleasure. Hope the end of the tour went splendidly... we must all get together to celebrate a lovely tour! Catch up very soon. Lou x
 
 
 

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