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I am running and hosting I'M GONNA QUEER THAT! A weird night for weird people bi-monthly at Cloak Bristol.

My latest EP: "RELEASING AN EP IS COOL" is out on all streaming services now alongside my debut album via this LINK

I am performing regularly in Bristol and around the UK; sharing my chaotic combo of comedy, poetry, live art, theatre, music and general absurdity.

I am on Rising Arts Agency's board.

I am running workshops on radical care, wellbeing, and access as well as working with organisations, individuals and on film/tv sets as an Access Consultant / Access Coordinator to help make their practice more accessible.

If you're interested in any of those, have any questions, or have some access needs of your own, feel free to drop me a line


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Please find all information about my Access Consultancy Practice HERE 

As an Access Consultant / Coordinator, I am passionate about creating truly accessible spaces for making, networking, collaborating, and removing barriers.


This is a live, ever-changing document detailing my Access needs.

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AIATP is an uncompromising, autobiographical, and darkly comic look into the mind of someone living with OCD and Depression. It’s about failure, fucking things up, and how it feels to be a 20-something artist with increasingly intrusive and overbearing mental impairments. The piece aims to celebrate the discussion of mental health and our wonky brains in a light-hearted, touching, and always candid manner.

I have been using the impact from the pandemic to re-imagine AIATP for online video and am currently hoping to extend the piece to an hour-long show to be streamed online.

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I have had support from:

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Spun Glass Theatre logo
University of Worcester logo
UK New Artists Logo
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Tramshed Logo
Camden People's Theatre logo
Raze Collective logo
Tobacco Factory Theatres logo
Bristol Old Vic logo
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RIFE Magazine logo
Watershed logo
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Originally born as a cabaret-inspired performance unpacking childhood trauma and the intersection of wanting to be a mother and be mothered yourself, mum(me) explores our ever-evolving relationship with our queerness, the limitations of self-care & capitalism, and a desperate want to be listened to and understood by someone; anyone.

Combining elements of Live Art, drag, the electric energy of a metal gig and a Zoom call, mum(me) issues is a funny, intense and messy performance shining a light on the effects of complex PTSD, neurodivergence, and how to cope when you're feeling isolated and helpless.


This piece has been supported by RAZE Collective's: "Let Us Raze You" commission, resulting in a 7-minute film and is building towards an hour-long solo show. Work-in-Progress showed at Camden People's Theatre 2021, Tobacco Factory Theatres 2022 and The Glory London 2023.


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Ant is on a mission to empower people to be radically kind to themselves. He is invested in providing artists with a safe, supportive environment to play, be funny, silly and remove preconceived ideas of achieving perfection in their work.

Ant has run several workshops on filmmaking & vlogging, devising autobiographical performance, and more recently, has been running sessions on access, care and wellbeing; geared specifically for anxious and neurodivergent artists. Ant aims to give people the tools needed to enter the arts sector while always placing their wellbeing as the priority, as well as learning how to advocate for themselves.

Ant has run sessions for University of Worcester, FlatPack Festival, Spike Island, Summer in the City and Tobacco Factory Theatres.

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Ant is constantly scribbling and doodling. You can expect naïve drawings, text-based works, lots of masking tape and full immersion into failure, crossing things out and making work for enjoyment- perfection is the enemy.

Pictured: A piece of Ant's shown in Bristol as part of #WhoseFuture Campaign with Rising Arts Agency

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Ant has many years of filmmaking experience including making content for his personal YouTube channel (and collaborative works), promotional video and short/experimental film work.

Proficient in Adobe Suite ie: Premiere Pro, Photoshop, InDesign.

Pictured: AM I A TERRIBLE PERSON? 2020


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During the COVID crisis, we were constantly surrounded by death. Unable to travel to see my 96-year-old grandmother, I took to phone calls to start to talk with her about death. How we can accept it, embrace it, learn to cope with it. Can we ever be ready for our loved ones' deaths? Our own? I plan to talk to as many people as possible and get friendly with death.

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“I realised I had depression when I found myself bartering for a pair of Harem Pants on eBay.” A performance exploring candidly open and dark discussion of mental impairments and suicide through comedy. Experimenting with a blend of live and pre-recorded audio to find objectively funny and relatable content surrounding mental health presentations.

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