Tim is a versatile performer and man of many talents. Well known for his skills as a compere and in voice-over work, Tim is also an accredited writer and performer.
He has worked on a number of projects surrounding Theatre in Education and associated performance workshops. Some of the work Tim has been involved with includes, “A Midsummer Nights Dream,” a dramatisation of C.S. Lewis’s “The Screwtape Letters,” and a variety of television features.
He also lectures at drama conferences alongside writing and appearing in his own sketches, plays and pantomimes.
David Robinson devised and wrote the successful one woman play, “Joy Observed” for Freedom Theatre U.K. which toured recently to great acclaim, and featured the company’s director, Serena Stanton.
Telling the story of Joy Davidman, the wife and inspiration behind husband C.S. Lewis before her untimely death, this telling piece of drama entertained audiences wherever it was performed.
David trained for the stage at Amersham College followed by a period spent with the Royal Opera House in Convent Garden before joining the West Midlands based Saltmine Theatre Company.
During his time with Saltmine he became Artistic Director for the Company as well as writing for and appearing in many of their productions. He has also written for many other drama companies including Toybox, Tearfund and Chrysalis.
Having begun his professional career as a radio presenter in 1976, Mark brings over thirty years experience as a broadcaster, actor, writer and senior manager to Freedom Theatre UK.
Mark was part of the successful team in the 1980’s behind the launch of the National Classic Gold radio service.
He also acted as programme and launch director for Premier radio in London, and more recently with the BBC in the North East where as managing editor of the local radio station, picked up a number of accolades including two National Sony radio awards.
He has presented a variety of news and children’s television programmes in the past
Mark has also written plays for the stage, and successfully directed his own work at a number of festivals.
He has also acted professionally appearing in Channel 4’s “Brookside” and the cult film, “Human Traffic.”