About Us

 

Rosie Humphreys

Executive Director/Theatre Producer

Rosie studied Drama and English at Exeter University, trained as a teacher and then worked for the English National Opera in London before moving to Cambridge. In 2002 she set up Cambridge Touring Theatre (now Cambridge Touring Productions) which toured to over 100 venues per year. She writes, directs and produces her own work and the works of others. She is currently producing and promoting an Open Air Theatre Season and is a Programmer and Trustee for The Southwold Arts Centre.

Simon Humphreys

Director/Composer/Songwriter

Simon trained in Music at Exeter University. He has written the music for all Cambridge Touring Productions, ‘Alice in Wonderland’, ‘Robin Hood’, ‘The Sword in the Stone’, ‘Wind in the Willows’ and ‘Treasure Island’. He has also written incidental music for productions of ‘Under Milk Wood’, ‘Twelfth Night’, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘Cider with Rosie’. Simon is a teacher and winner of the Kavli Medal for Education from The Royal Society.

Barry Evans

Writer/Director/Songwriter

Barry has been working with CTP since 2002 as an actor, writer and director.  Recent experiences include acting in and directing various Dickens adaptations, involvement in pantomimes and directing shows for Cambridge Touring Theatre. Barry runs drama workshops and teaches in local Cambridge schools. Barry's philosophy of inclusion and the importance of good work for children has integrated every part of our work.

Tom Curran

Arranger/Musical Director

Tom trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. He is the arranger for all of Cambridge Touring Theatre's productions. Credits include: Musical Director for 'Cinderella' (Civic Theatre, Chelmsford) and Musical Supervisor for 'Treasure Island' (Cambridge Touring Theatre). For more information, please visit www.tomcurran.co.uk. He has worked extensively in the West End as an Arranger, particularly with the current hit 'Six' about the six wives of Henry VIII.

 

“…delightful …’ sensitive direction” The Stage

"Most enjoyable …colourful costumes …resourceful and bouncy  …an extremely funny and lively family show."  The Stage

"Has the audience rolling around with laughter…" 10 top things to do this summer. The Guardian

"…clever sit-up-and-pay-attention lyrics and chirpy tunes . …costumes are strong in colour, bold in shape in full volume and pristine condition."  What’s on Stage ***

"…perkily dramatized …lyrics are catchily set."  What’s on Stage ****

 

"Following your wonderful performance at Chatsworth last week, I felt I must pass on my congratulations ... every one of us very much enjoyed the evening!"
"It was a brilliant show and the workshop was great. All the audience ... went away smiling. The crew were all really nice and very professional and everything went smoothly."
"Your company were excellent in every respect and the feedback from Sunday's show was really positive.Hope we can work together again some time."
Duchess of Devonshire
Castle Howard
Buxton Opera House