Jeremy is a freelance theatre director and performer. He has been a member of RADA faculty for over 20 years and teaches acting, improvisation, clown, and physicality in performance. He has directed and devised new work at RADA and for the National Theatre and BAC, among others.
He works extensively all over the world, at theatres and drama schools including Scuola Teatro Dimitri, in Ticino, Kumbarachi 50, Istanbul, Teatrul de Comedie, Bucharest, and the New National Theatre, Tokyo, where he was a founder member of the teaching faculty. He recently played Ken Campbell at Hampstead Theatre and Spike Milligan for the RADA Festival.
Jeremy also works for the BBC as an acting coach and performance consultant in drama, light entertainment and documentary. For more on Jeremy's work see www.jeremystockwell.co.uk