≠  Jamie Bradley is an artist, director, writer and actor. He studied acting at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and fine art at Chelsea College of Arts, graduating with first class honours.

Recent theatre directing work includes;  Olympus, The Beat and the Pulse (FONACT Fontainbleau, France) The IT and New God (Theatre 104, Athens) Is This Love? (ENSATT Lyon, France) Pod, Provok’d: A Restoration, and Life Songs (all Guildhall School/Barbican) and Crackpot (Folkestone Quarterhouse/Living Words). 

His short film The Full Cup was shown in the official selection of the Mexico Film Festival, 2015, and his art work is published in Pilot Press’ Over there - A queer anthology of joy.

As an actor he has extensive experience in theatre, television and film and has performed with Complicite, Kneehigh, Transport and Fevered Sleep, as well as several shows at the National Theatre, most recently Ella Hickson’s ANNA in 2019. 

After completing an Arvon Foundation playwriting residency in 2019 he currently has several texts in development as well as creating original shows with acting companies.