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hi just want  to say a huge thankyou ... for the wonderful workshop he just tutored.I feel like my life has been enhanced so much! Your energy is truly amazing!!! Bless you. Gloria.:) May 2017

"over years I have been on many training courses but this day goes straight to the top of the list." Howell James Apr 2017

"the day was very well formatted - breaking down our inhibitions without us even really noticing. I've been wanting to try acting again for a long time, and it was exactly what I needed." Antonia Skelton Jan 2017

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Darren Rapier trained at Rose Bruford College, graduating in 1995. He has worked professionally as an actor, writer and director in film, television, radio and theatre. Plays he has written include Extensions of Love at the Oval House, Smoke at the Union Theatre, large scale community plays and children's plays. He is a current writer on BBC1's Doctors and has also written for BBC Asian Network's Silver Street. As an actor he has recently been in the devised show This is mine at Camden people's theatre, Little Howard for CBBC and the feature film The be all and End all. Last year he wrote and directed the short comedy Blind Man's Bluff, which is currently touring festivals. Darren has directed and produced large and small scale work for companies such as The Royal Albert Hall, Greenwich and Lewisham Young People's Theatre, The National Youth Theatre, Half Moon Young People's Theatre and his own company. He is the artistic director of Spanner in the Works, a production and workshop company specialising in drama projects in all media for schools, hospitals and museums as well as more traditional performance spaces.