It is not childish to live with uncertainty, to devote oneself to a craft rather than a career, to an idea rather than an institution. It’s courageous and requires a courage of the order that the institutionally co-opted are ill-equipped to perceive.

-David Mamet, True and False: Heresy and Common Sense for the Actor

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CREATIVITY - Divergent processes


In our current world the idea of being a good person is a rare ambition to find, we are all Continue Reading →

The Big Red F


Welcome to the on-line home of Fairground.

Fairground are currently on a creative pause while Tid is focused on research into collaborative theatre making practice and its correlations within the natural and social sciences and philosophy towards ideas of living well.

However you can still contact Tid directly here for acting coaching or creative consulting.

and in the mean-time please feel free to take a look around…

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Wow look at our lovely little play, it’s nice to actually have something to put on the shelf.

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“it is always the popular theatre that saves the day. Through the ages it has taken many forms, and there is only one factor that they all have in common – a roughness. Salt, sweat, noise, smell…

— Peter Brook | The Empty Space

All stories to which we connect are, in some way, about us: about our relationships, our needs and desires, the pains and pleasures of being human. Continue Reading →

“The Master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion.

He hardly knows which is which.

He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving other to decide whether he is working or playing.

To him he’s always doing both.”
— James Michener

Fairground Theatre - Bonnie and Clyde - Interview

FAIRGROUND | Theatre Bristol

Theatre Bristol | Fairground discuss devising with a writer.

After a short hiatus, Fairground are set to return with their take on the story of history’s most infamous outlaw couple, Bonnie and Clyde.  Since it was founded in 2007, the company has experimented with a blend of text, music and choreography Continue Reading →

“In life I want students to be alive and on stage I want them to be artists”

— Jacques Lecoq


Adam was born in Leeds in 1979, and now lives in Bristol.

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