Geoff Bullen is RADA’s Director of Short Courses, and was formerly the academy's Director of Actor Training: he has been Course Director of the RADA/New York University Shakespeare in Performance course for 20 years.
Recent productions at RADA include Guys and Dolls, The Crucible, The House of Bernarda Alba, Into the Woods, Assassins and Sweet Charity: in addition, he regularly directs the RADA 3rd Year Acting Tree Showcase.
He graduated in Drama from Manchester University, and his varied career includes work in commercial and regional theatre, theatre in schools and in adult education. He has recently directed On the Black Hill with AJTC at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, and All’s Well That Ends Well and The Winter’s Tale at the Cleveland Playhouse, Ohio.
He has directed three companies in The Mousetrap, the world’s longest-running play, in the West End. He recently worked on Fly Half, a new play by Gary Lagden inspired by Welsh rugby union football.