Sian Radinger is an actor and Senior Lecturer in Drama who trained at Rose Bruford College. After a career spanning 25 years in Theatre, TV and Film, which included performing at the Royal Shakespeare Company and at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on London's southbank, Sian is currently continuing with her professional acting career, and lecturing in Acting, Performance and Voice for the University of Winchester.
She has recently performed at the Salisbury Fringe Festival, where she collaborates with emerging writers on readings and performances of new works, created by those participating in Angela Street's writers residencies and courses, such as 'She Writes', and for the recently established female creative forum 'Juno' Theatre. She is currently working on her own writing projects, as well as performing, teaching, and coaching in Voice and Performance skills for young people and adults.
She has previously worked as Voice and Communication Consultant with Waverley Learning, as Voice and Communication Consultant with Aziz Corporation and as Voice and Communication Consultant with Hampshire County Council.
Areas of expertise
- Voice, specialising in Release-based Techniques
- Verse speaking, specialising in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries
- Performance for Stage and Camera, specialising in 20th Century
- Performance techniques, in particular the works by Stanislavski