David Evans BIO
The Great Dave started Street Performing at the tender age of 14 in London’s famous Covent Garden. Since then he has performed with the acclaimed Performance Theatre Company in The Three Musketeers, Three Men in a Boat and the box office record breaking hit The Odyssey. He has appeared in countless television shows and adverts around the world and in 2003, acted alongside Sylvester McCoy, Stephen Fry and John Sessions in the new Doctor Who Radio play, Death Comes To Time. Dave has also taught at London’s The Circus Space, Australia’s Circus Monoxide, devised and directed with troupes and companies across the globe and acted for 9 years as The Covent Garden Street Performer’s representative, whilst all the time still touring with his show The Great Dave Does Tea for Two, the hugely successful Married Men show and more recently the duo Kiki and Pascal. Dave is also the Co-Director of The K.I.S.S. Arts Festival in his home town of Kiama NSW.
That is the best show I have ever seen” – Emma Thompson, Academy award winning actress
Tamara Campbell BIO
Tamara Campbell has performed as a full time professional since 1998. She is a physical comedian who is committed to bringing theatre to the people. She has enjoyed unprecedented success with her most famous creation the loveable nerd “Shirlee Sunflower”, whose first show “Looking for Love” has toured hundreds of major European Festivals over 16 years, including Oerol Festival, Moers International Comedy Festival, Gothenburg Festival, The Limburg Festival, Kleines Fest im de Grossen Garten Hannover and many more, often enjoying repeat bookings. Tamara is also a director, teacher and writer of physical theatre and circus based work, jobs that she is passionate about because she believes in skill sharing and providing opportunities for others. Tamara trained extensively in physical and devised theatre. She completed a Bachelor of Arts Communication in Theatre and Media at The Charles Sturt University, Bathurst and a dip Dell Arte from The Dell Arte International School of Physical Theatre in Blue Lake California, a qualification that few Australians hold. She also trained in Paris with Phillipe Gaulier. Tamara has performed in over 25 countries in 10 different self-devised productions. More recently, Tamara has been the Artistic Director of Circus Monoxide and is the co-director of The K.I.S.S. Arts Festival as well as continuing her performance career with her new character – the Kazadorian Contortionist Kiki Bittovabitsch .
You are f***ing hilarious” – Niel Morrisey from Men Behaving Badly and voice of Bob the Builder.