Bart Lee is an award winning, nationally acclaimed, theatre writer and director, a trained actor, qualified teacher and experienced venue practitioner with 14 years professional experience in the UK arts sector.
Bart trained at Rose Bruford College obtaining a BA Hons (Acting) at Beryl Jarvis School of dance (Ballet, Tap and Modern) with Peter Fallowell (Drums) and is a qualified teacher (QTS) from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM).
He has fourteen years experience working in theatres across the country and has enjoyed full time posts including Theatre Director in residence at Sherborne Boys School in Dorset, Theatre Artist in residence at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Berkshire, Creative Director of Freeflow, an Arts Council England RFO (for new writing) and Artistic Director of the Castle Theatre in Northamptonshire.
Bart is currently in post as Head of Drama at Hurst Lodge School in Ascot and Director in residence at Artemis - Studios in Berkshire. He is also Artistic Director of The Windsor Globe outdoor theatre festival working in partnership with RBWM and is writer in residence at South Hill Park Arts Centre, Berkshire, working on their record breaking pantomimes.
Bart works as a theatre director, writer, performer, producer and teacher. To date he has directed over 60 productions including professional touring shows, community productions and he champions new writing. Over 250,000 people have enjoyed his original shows. It is his dream and passion to create innovative, exciting and dynamic drama of all shapes and sizes in all sorts of theatres and site specific locations.
Bart will be resident unitl July 2015 and will direct 'Good to be Bad' and our summer LAMDA group acting work.