Sam Webber
Sam gained his BA in Scriptwriting & Performance from UEA, before going on to teach drama in local schools, as well as working as a freelance tutor/director/drama teacher across Norwich. He is heavily involved in theatres across the city, having regularly directed/performed/produced/written for Norwich’s various stages over the last few years. Notable projects include Fat Dog Theatre, an independent young company based in North Devon, and Death and the Data Processor, a puppet comedy for adults in which Sam was writer/performer that toured across the UK Fringe scene. He currently teaches Acting on the Performing Arts Foundation Course at The Garage. He is one of the organisers of Norwich Fringe, a project aimed at developing and platforming new work of all artistic genres in Norfolk and Norwich. Outside of work, Sam co-hosts the podcast Play Ground, which takes a deep dive into plays classic and contemporary, for academic as well as entertainment value.