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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 2016

"over years I have been on many training courses but this day goes straight to the top of the list." Howell James Apr 2016

"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 2016


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BRUCE WOODING B.Ed (Hons), MA, FRSA

Board Member

 

Bruce Wooding was previously Head of the School of Professional and Community Development at the Central School of speech and Drama. Before working as Head of School he was the Head of Drama at an inner-London comprehensive school and a lecturer in Drama Education from 1996 to 2003. He worked as an external examiner for Chester College and currently examines at Edge Hill. In 2003 he was appointed as Head of the School of Professional and Community Development at Central. He has worked extensively in Russia and India as well as the Middle East.

His research has engaged with arts and young people, working with schools and local authorities such as Harbinger School, Lyric Theatre Hammersmith and the London Borough of Newham. He is interested in world theatre and emerging writing. In 2003 he was featured in The Guardian's Theatre Idol article developing their audition skills with a rapper and a boy band member. He has undertaken consultancy for Walt Disney International. In 2011 he was awarded a substantial DelpHE grant for work with Basra University.

In 2004 Bruce worked with Endemol TV Company devising and presenting a show, broadcast on Channel 4, called Misunderstood, exploring how voice could be used productively with disaffected and disruptive youth. For the Consortium of Art and Design Institutions of the South East he contributed to a research project into disability and the arts and was part of a research team for Arts Aimhigher travelling to Miami to investigate the notion and practice of Portfolio Day (2005). In 2010-11 he was part of an international research team (organised by the Council for Assisting Refugee Academics) who were developing forum theatre in Iraq. The work is to be published in 2012 by Sense His work has featured in the press from The Stage to the Evening Standard, as well as wide coverage in India.

Bruce was a member of the Knowledge London Steering Group and is on the Higher Education (HE) advisory panel for the 14-19 Diploma. He was also a panel member at the Year of the Teachers' Voice Conference 2006, run by the Voice Care Network and presented at an Action on Access Conference in 2007.
Bruce has trained educators and actors. He has also coached business people and royalty in presentation skills. He also coached child actors in London on the movie 'The Impossible' in 2011.

 


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