Tamsin is a script editor with an  extensive experience of reading, assessing and editing scripts for radio, television, and theatre. She is also an abridger for audio recordings, and writes occasional opera syonopes for ENO Schools' programmes (Magic Flute, Barber of Seville, La Boheme, Mikado)

Script Editor

Tamsin has extensive experience of reading, assessing and editing scripts for radio, television, and theatre.  She has acted as a scriptreader for the Donmar Warehouse, the BBC New Writing Unit and BBC Young Playwright and World Service Playwriting Competitions.

Abridger

Tamsin abridges books for audio recordings.  Clients include Penguin Audiobooks (A Long Way Down, Nick Hornby; An Inheritance of Loss, Kieran Desai) Hodder Headline (Brethren, Robyn Young,  Stoneheart, Charlie Fletcher) Hachette (Albert Campion Mystery Series, Margery Allingham), Macmillan (Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams), BBC Worldwide (The Wind in the Willows).  She has also abridged serial readings for BBC Radio 2 & 4, including ‘The Sea’ (John Banville), ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ (Ken Kesey), ‘MASH’ (Richard Hooker) ‘I Claudius’ (Robert Graves) and two series of Victorian horror stories.

Tamsin worked on a team of writers adapting Agatha Christie novels into English Language Teaching texts for Harper Collins. Her titles were 'Sparkling Cyanide' and 'Death in the Clouds'