Senior Drama Lecturer

Tamsin is the Radio Drama Tutor/Director at LAMDA, and is in great demand as a visiting Tutor/Director at other leading accredited drama schools, including RADA, Mountview Academy, Royal Central School, E15 Acting School, ALRA and the Music Theatre Academy.  She is an Academy Associate Teacher at RADA, where she specialises in Classic Text and Shakespeare. and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

She coaches students for the annual BBC Radio Drama Carleton Hobbs Competition, several of whom have gone on to secure contracts with the BBC Radio Drama Company.  She also coached the winner of the 2009 Hobson's Voiceover Award (Mountview)

She directs all kinds of performance for microphone, from Shakespeare monologues to full-scale drama productions, and also coaches poetry and prose reading.  She can also provide private coaching sessions for actors with a view to preparing voice-over demo recordings or audition pieces. She is affiliated to Sans Walk studios in Farringdon, where she is available to direct and produce professional voice reels for actors.

Lyric-Writing Tutor

In summer 2008, she worked as mentor/tutor/editor to a group of young lyricists writing ‘Quest’, an original musical for London youth arts group DreamArts, which was premiered at the Cochrane Theatre at the end of August.  

And in 2011, while working on the song'Songs of the Marsh' for the Royal Opera House, she ran poetry/lyric-writing workshops with Key Stage 2 pupils (Years 3-5) at several Southend Primary Schools.  One Year 4 class was so inspired by the experience that they formed their own songwritng club at the end of the project and worked on another song cycle about the Hare and the Tortoise to mark the 2012 Olympics!

Workshop Leader

Tamsin runs family songwriting workshops for the Royal Opera House, both at Covent Garden and Thurrock working with composers Richard Taylor and Omar.