Paul studied at the renowned theatre school LAMDA before taking up a career as an actor/director. He has starred in various West End shows and was the first ever actor from the West to play a lead role on Chinese TV in a 21-hour long series, with a weekly audience of 300,000,000.
Paul decided to retrain in arts marketing 19 years ago and use his new found skills to fill in the gaps between his acting work. He now works full-time in marketing as one of the Managing Directors of arts marketing agency Consider This UK.
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At this time of year, all over London, dozens of new shows preview their wares in preparation for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It can be a bit hit and miss as an avid theatre goer, but occasionally there are some real gems to be found in the theatre bars and backrooms of the Capital.
The Play That Goes Wrong is a comedy created by Mischief Theatre, founded in 2008 by a group of LAMDA graduates who originally set up as an improvised comedy group.
On 16th December 2012, Beckenham’s local community joined us to watch our year 2 students perform A Night Before Christmas in aid of The Breast of Bromley. The Breast of Bromley is a volunteer group for research charity Breast Cancer Campaign.
Dance Consortium's presentation of Cirque Eloize's Cirkopolis, directed by Dave St-Pierre and Jeannot Painchaud, currently at the Peacock Theatre in London is quite simply...amazing.
2013 Olivier Awards Nominations, which celebrates the wonderful achievement of British theatre, dance and opera, have been announced.
MOSCOW - JAN 18: Actor Dmitry Vysotsky, journalists and cameramen during press-preview of The Cripple from Inishmaan at Theatre on Taganka, Jan 18, 2012, Moscow, Russia.
Susan Elkin's 'So You Want To Work In Theatre' is the latest in the series of 'so you want to...' publications by Nick Hern Books.
MOVE IT is returning to London Olympia from 7-9th March for another action-packed dance event. If you are a performing arts student looking to get more involved with dance then this event is for you! Up to 20,000 dancers attend each year and is open to all dance styles; from ballet to ballroom, belly dance and hip-hop.
Dystonian musical Urinetown marks its return to the West End by hosting a charity gala on 20th October 2014 to raise funds for today's global water crisis.