Steven Camden (Polarbear)

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Book

TV

Writer 

Producer Kirstie MacDonald

A new original drama in development.

Expectation Entertainment

Theatre

Writer & Performer 

Director Yael Shavit

Mouth Open, Story Jump Out is about the moment that started it all, and how one little decision set off a chain reaction that changed Polarbear's life forever.

Battersea Arts Centre
Director Leo Kay

Polarbear invites you into the mind of two versions of the same person; a man living a life far from his past and a past he can’t cut loose.

The Roundhouse
Director Yael Shavit

Return is a tale of home and its hold on you.

Battersea Arts Centre and Mac, Birmingham
Producer Sarah Ellis
Director Yael Shavit

With a sharp line in storytelling and poems, Polarbear uncovers the tale of a 28-year-old man stuck in a job he never wanted and a 10-year-old private detective looking for answers.

Birmingham REP

Writer 

Director Daniel Bailey

As Angela edges closer to retirement, she has to decide whether to introduce her son to the father he has never met.

Birmingham REP
Producer Birmingham Rep
Director Tessa Walker

Luke, Zia and Tommy have known each other forever. With Luke about to leave for university, it’s time for one last adventure together.

Birmingham REP
Director Renato Rocha

Taking inspiration from the double meaning of the title (the turf of a football pitch, and what it is to be turfed out of home), Turfed shines a light on the global issue of youth homelessness.

LIFT Theatre Festival 2014
Desh
Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production
Producer Farooq Chaudhry
Writer Akram Khan and Karthika Nair

DESH meaning ‘homeland’ in Bengali, draws multiple tales of land, nation, resistance and convergence into the body and voice of one man trying to find his balance in an unstable world.

Sadler’s Wells, London
Director Leo Kay

8SIXTEEN32 follows four Grime MCs as they strive to balance creative ambitions with the daily grind. This lively fusion of word and comedy with a tailor-made score of beats, rhythms and melodies is a breath-taking, tongue-twisting tale of life and lyrics with a darker look at youth culture exploitation.

Birmingham REP

Radio

Writer 

Director James Robinson

Jason is treading water - until his best mate from school turns up. As Riley stirs up the past, Jason wonders whether some things are best left forgotten.


Broadcaster BBC Radio 4

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