How to find me
My teaching room is located in central Bristol, in the Finzel’s Reach development just off Victoria Street. When you book a lesson with me, I give you detailed directions and a map to help you find your way. I also give you my mobile number, so that if you get lost, I can come and find you!
While it is possible to park on the street nearby (in Victoria Street or Redcliffe Street, you may find it easier to park in a larger car park and walk. The closest large car parks are The Galleries and Temple Gate.
There are disabled parking spaces closer to the building – contact me for details.
I am in central Bristol, and near to all major cycle routes. There are bicycle racks directly outside the building, so you are assured of a place to safely lock your bike.
I am a 5 minute walk from the major bus stops at the Centre, and the bus stops in the Horsefair/outside Primark. Many of the major buses also travel down Victoria St, which is very near my building.
Temple Meads railway station is a 12 minute walk from my building.
My teaching room is wheelchair accessible, though the front door is heavy and you may need assistance to open it; when you arrive I will come and open it for you. There is step-free access to the building; a lift, and step-free access to my teaching room. If you are a wheelchair user and interested in lessons, I am also happy to travel to you. Just contact me and we can discuss it further.
sensory impairments and neurodiversity
I am experienced in teaching people with visual impairments, and I’ve worked with students who have sensory issues – who don’t like being touched, or who have issues with noise. When you book your lesson, just let me know what your requirements are, and I’ll make sure that you are made as comfortable as possible.
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Four Words to Conquer Stage Fright – the ebook.
This book will demonstrate to you that stage fright is not inevitable, and that it is not incurable. Rather, it is a set of physical signs and symptoms that we have learned to misread and misunderstand, made worse by unhelpful thinking around the whole idea of what performance is all about.
I’ve filled the book with ideas, tips and techniques to help you beat the nerves so you can perform to the best of your ability, every time. And I know they work, because they’ve helped me. This book contains the ideas that helped me enjoy being on stage once more.
If you want to perform with greater ease and freedom, if you’re interested in economy of effort and more enjoyment, then this book will give you the tools to begin the process of improvement.