Sam Hind | The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Sam Hind


2017 - 2018 The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, MA Movement: Directing & Teaching
2012 - 2015 University of East Anglia, BA (Hons) Drama


Whilst on the MA Movement


Teaching Placement with BA Acting students - Involved teaching a high energy Russian fold dance (Mentor, Vanessa Ewan)

Movement Director - A Trip to Scarborough - Central's BA Acting: Musical Theatre students (Nickolas Grace)

Movement Director - Central's BA Drama, Applied Theatre and Education students (Ben Burrata)

Other Movement Direction

2017 Movement Director - Space Rocket Oddity Man - Gardyloo Theatre Company - Zoo Southside (Lewis Garvey)

2015 Movement Director/ Co-deviser - The Dream Sequentialists - Gardyloo Theatre Company - Zoo Southside (Lewis Garvey)

2015 Director - Swarm - Minotaur Theatre Company - The Garage

2014 Choreographer - Darlings: Four Women, Four Years - UEA Drama Dept. - UEA Drama Studio (Cordelia Spence)

2013 Movement Director - A Comedy of Errors - By Any Other Name - Open Air Production, Norwich (Robert Henderson)


2016 Drama Practitioner - NCS, The Challenge - Bradford


Contemporary dance, ballet, historical dance, contact improvisation and choreography. Other skills - Drumming (Grade 6).


Sam is a London based Movement Director from Bradford. He started dancing Ballet and Contemporary at a young age training with the Royal Ballet's outreach programme.

He studied Drama at the University of East Anglia where he trained in acting and devised theatre. During his studies he worked as a theatre choreographer and movement director on a range of classical and contemporary plays, including Shakespeare, new writing and devised theatre.

He has a particular interest in collaborative choreographic practices for devising movement with actors. Whilst teaching restoration movement to BA (Hons) Acting Musical Theatre students at Central Sam used the teachings of Litz Pisk to inform his practice and has growing interest in movement training fundamentals for actors.

Sam is also currently taking a short course in historical dance with Ian Brener to build upon his experience in period movement and dance.