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« Perfect! Philip is a brilliant acting coach! The lessons are always so well organised. He really targets all aspects needed to create life full performances. He has an incredible eye for detail and can really pick out great moments for you to discover. His passion and knowledge really shine through and he can communicate his teachings in a way that is easy to understand and relateable. My confidence in acting has really started to take flight thanks to Philip! »
£40/h
1st lesson free!
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Lessons offered by Philip
  • Individual
The lessons will be held
  • at his home
Taught subjects
  • Acting
  • Drama School Entrance
  • LAMDA Exams Preparation
Levels
  • All Levels

RADA trained, professional Actor, extensive work at Shakespeare's Globe, RSC, Donmar, West End. Available for drama school entrance tutoring and LAMDA exams. Based in HAMPSTEAD.

Methodology

LESSONS WILL BE TAUGHT IN A GREAT REHEARSAL SPACE -THE FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE IN HAMPSTEAD OR ONLINE OVER ZOOM.

Fully DBS (CRB) checked. I have helped students gain places at RADA, Guildhall and other top drama schools.

Alongside my acting work, I have run workshops and directed courses with children and young people at Shakespeare's Globe for the past 13 years. I also direct Shakespeare and modern text presentations at RADA, and Drama Studio London.

Performing speeches, modern or classical, can be daunting. Approaching Shakespeare can be intimidating. It needn't be. I want my students to obtain total ownership of the language, of their characters, and their performance. Using professional exercises to unlock the text and create heartfelt and truthful performances. I also have huge experience in auditioning and working within the industry in all fields so i can shape work accordingly. Above all i want my actors to enjoy themselves and learn to love their work as much as possible.

I can help with all drama school audition prep, as well as advise on how to conduct auditions and interviews etc. We can also work on poetry, storytelling and LAMDA exam work. Whatever is most applicable to you or your children.

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One of our best tutors! High-quality profile, qualifications verified and response guaranteed. Philip will plan your first lesson with care.

Experience

I graduated from RADA in 2004, but started working as an actor when i was 12! Since RADA I have combined my work as an actor on stage and on screen with my passion for teaching and directing, helping to guide and advise those just entering, or considering entering, the industry. I teach and perform at Shakespeare's Globe, most recently in Macbeth, and I have directed at RADA and Drama Studio, as well as working one to one with students of all ages. I love my work as an actor and i love my work as a teacher. Currently appearing on STARZ in 'The Spanish Princess' season 2 as Thomas Wolsey, cardinal to Henry VIII! And soon to be filming 'Whitstable Pearl' in Jan 2021.

HIGHLIGHTS

14 different productions as an actor at Shakespeares Globe.
Working with David Suchet in The Importance of Being Earnest in the West End 2016.
Working with Martin Freeman in Richard III in the West End in 2015
Work at The RSC in Stratford-Upon-Avon
Acting in ITV's Girlfriends alongside Miranda Richardson and Zoe Wanamaker.
Teaching at RADA and East 15 drama schools.
Performing on screen in THE SPANISH PRINCESS (Two seasons) for STARZ playing Thomas Wolsey
Working on The Sam Wanamaker Festival leading workshops on performing Shakespeare with students from all the major drama schools.
Guiding several students to places at top drama schools including RADA.

Rates

Rate for a 1-hour lesson. : £40/h

Details


Following the first session if you want to continue with future lessons than i would be happy to offer

1hr lessons for £40.
90 minute lessons for £50.
Two hour lessons for £60.

Lessons offered by Philip
Individual
The lessons will be held
at his home
Taught subjects
  • Acting
  • Drama School Entrance
  • LAMDA Exams Preparation
Levels
  • All Levels

Philip's CV

PHILIP CUMBUS - Actor, Director, Teacher

ACTING TRAINING – 3 Year course at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) BA Acting

Other Training – Distinction for BTEC Diploma in Performing Arts, GCSE A* in Drama and A* in Expressive Arts.

Theatre Acting includes – Banquo in Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe SW Playhouse) The Best Man (West End), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Donmar Warehouse), Comus (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Inn At Lydda (Wanamaker Playhouse), First Light (Minerva Theatre Chichester), Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance of Being Earnest (Vaudeville Theatre West End), ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Wanamaker Playhouse), Richmond in Richard III (Trafalgar Studios starring Martin Freeman), Moon Tiger (Theatre Royal Bath and tour), The Lightning Child, Macbeth, Much Ado About Nothing, The Globe Mysteries, title role in Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe and UAE tour) Helen, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice and Holding Fire (Shakespeare’s Globe), Norman in The Norman Conquests (Liverpool Playhouse), 66 Books (Bush Theatre), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare’s Globe and USA tour), The Crucible (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), The Man Who Had All the Luck (Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh), The Master Builder, In Praise of Love (Minerva Theatre Chichester), JL Carr’s A Month in the Country, and Vincent Van Gogh in Vincent in Brixton (Salisbury Playhouse), title role in Edward II (BAC), The Seagull (Northcott Theatre), The Duchess of Malfi (WYP), Great Expectations (RSC), The Fence (The Wrestling School), The Soldier (Edinburgh Fringe),

Television includes The Spanish Princess Season 1 and 2 (STARZ and Amazon Prime), Girlfriends (ITV), The Rebel (Sky Gold), A Touch of Frost, Hope and Glory, My Hero.

Radio includes Our Brave Boys, The Story of St Francis

Films include the short A Doll’s House.

TEACHING AND DIRECTING WORK
Directing 'Cymbeline' for third year students 2020 at Drama Studio London

Directing the Shakespeare Project at RADA in 2016 with second year acting students. Including Jamael Westman who now plays the title role in ‘Hamilton’ in London.

Directing Shakespeare Scene Study and monologues at RADA with NYU Students.
Directing a Shakespeare Sonnet Project at RADA with the three year acting course students in conjunction with The British Museum.

10 years of work at Shakespeare’s Globe teaching Shakespeare and acting to secondary school students, GCSE and A level, university students and teachers in training as well as working with students from virtually all the drama schools across the UK. I have taught students across the world, leading workshops in how to approach and perform Shakespeare.

Audition Prep and speech work with modern and classical texts with various talented students over the years.

35 reviews on Philip
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All our ratings are collected by us and are given in confidence, they correspond to a real experience.
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Annie

Perfect! Philip is a brilliant acting coach!
The lessons are always so well organised. He really targets all aspects needed to create life full performances. He has an incredible eye for detail and can really pick out great moments for you to discover. His passion and knowledge really shine through and he can communicate his teachings in a way that is easy to understand and relateable.

My confidence in acting has really started to take flight thanks to Philip!

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Marnie

Perfect! Philip is an excellent tutor who I would highly recommend to anyone! He has really focused on specific ways for me progress in my acting abilities, and always goes about this in a very fun and interesting fashion. He is a super teacher who has made me feel comfortable in our lessons and thanks to his excellent tuition I have been able to get onto a BA Acting course at a school of my choice.

Philip's response

Fantastic student. Marnie is hard working, open, communicative and brilliantly focused. She makes the process of teaching and directing very easy. She takes notes well, commits to the work and has developed into a really nuanced and gifted performer. I would highly recommend her as a student and as an actor.

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Tanya

Perfect! Philip is a wonderful teacher. With a few sessions he turned my ten year old from someone who’d memorised poems but never acted before into a genuinely good actor - it was wonderful to watch. He is working with him on LAMDA and Shakespeare. His demeanour is gentle and very encouraging, and his approach is to ask questions with a sense of curiosity, inspire rather than order, and work thoroughly with the text so it brings out the natural skill of the child rather than anything that feels artificial or pressured. He’s flexible and works with the child and their circumstances. He is a wonderful teacher as well as a skilled actor and director currently working on projects and my child loves working with him. Highly recommended.

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Charlotte

Perfect! Phillip is incredible! I've always struggled with approaching Shakespeare and delivering it in a engaging way but after only having a few sessions with him I feel so much more confident with it and he has really helped me to loosen up and just go for it! He's so knowledgeable and you will really learn a lot and grow as an actor by having sessions with him.

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Eylul

Perfect! Philip is a fantastic tutor. I felt really at ease with him and was introduced to a very fresh perspective of Shakespeare, in which he has a lot of knowledge. He also included other elements which helped bring the work to life more during our sessions. It’s been a pleasure to work with him, and I’ve felt safe and never worried about being judged. I’d recommend highly!

Eylul

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Nicholas

Perfect! Philip has been tutoring me for my drama school auditions. I’ve been extremely impressed with his professionalism, patience and teaching. His tips and strategies are proving helpful but more importantly, he is working with a pace that has suited my skillset. My confidence grows with every session and I can most definitely see an improvement from when I started.

I can highly recommend Philip to anyone looking for an acting coach/teacher!

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Martina

Perfect! We couldn't start because of coven but he was incredibly kind.

Philip's response

We emailed but didn't end up working together. They seemed lovely!

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Calvin

Perfect! An absolutely fantastic tutor, who always helps and guides exploration and risk taking with monologues, whilst also preparing you for performing them for real in auditions. Philip always puts you at ease and helps you with understanding the continual process that speeches require, as well as giving advice on different monologues. The work he does is incredibly detailed with both Shakespeare and modern speeches, and gives you confidence in the work you do. More than this, is that any nerves of 'performing' are totally taken away, and with the sessions I am constantly surprised by not only how much I discover, but how much I enjoy it. Have recommended, and will continue to do so.

Philip's response

Calvin was a totally superb student. Talented and easy to work with. He was always reliable, prompt and communicative with arrangements and he was always very good at working around my sometimes chaotic and changeable schedule! He took onboard the teaching brilliantly and clearly worked hard outside of the lesson time to embed the learning. I would heartily recommend him as a student and actor.

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Taj

Perfect! Philip is one of the best acting tutors I have worked with. His approach to your monologues is so detailed and has really transformed my monologues by working in depth on the texts and performance. Philip has also instilled a great level of confidence in me for auditioning. It has been an absolute joy working with Philip to explore my texts and better my performance where I can confidently say that Philip has taken my performance to a new level. I highly recommend Philip to anyone auditioning for drama school or acting coaching.

26 recommendations

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Anna-Maria

Philip is a highly skilled actor and tutor. His experience and love for the craft shines through in all his work. He has support me and help me grow as a professional actor. His insight and ability to guide you in getting results is why i would recommend him.

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Hilary

My daughter was a member of the Globe Young Players a few years ago and performed at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse when Phil was an acting coach on the team. She is now a professional actress and benefited hugely from Phil's advice and encouragement. She remembers how excellent he was at treating everyone as an individual and bringing out their latent skills. I would recommend Phil to anyone who needs encouragement and confidence. His considerable skill as an actor is communicated and shared with his pupils.

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Stevie

I learned so much off Philip while working with him at The Globe Theatre, I was a new actor straight out of drama school and it was my first job, he was extremely knowledgeable and I looked up to him. He was always on hand to help me with text and historical context, and assist in making apt choices. He was a ridiculously calming influence and great fun to be around.

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Giles

I first met Philip at the Globe Theatre in 2007 when he was playing Bassanio; most recently he was Banquo in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse over the winter. He is a wonderful actor and I personally remember him as being outstanding in Comus (SWP) and in The Importance at the Vaudeville.

Philip is also a teacher and his openness, and his theatrical instincts makes him a very fine one. In 2011 the Globe funded me and three actors, Philip being one, to study Shakespeare's verse and how we instinctively breathe during speech. I learnt much from him at that time.

I would recommend that everyone, if they have the chance, to see Philip at work, or better still to work with him.

Giles Block (Globe Associate, Text, 1999-now.)

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Maureen

I have known Philip for a decade. In all my dealings with him I have found him to be honest, exacting, principled and generous of spirit. He is also an extremely fine actor himself. I have no hesitation in recommending him as a teacher.

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Alec

Phil was an excellent acting coach, who always made me feel very comfortable and confident in what I was doing. His extensive knowledge meant that he always knew how to get the best natural performance out of me. Would highly recommend him to anyone of all levels of acting ability!

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Ben

Philip is a fantastic teacher! He has helped me over the last few years get a real understanding of what it is to be an actor, he is always encouraging and always there to help.
I would recommend Philip to anyone who is interested in either improving their ability or taking it to the next level. I wouldn't be where I am today without his help.

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Edwin

A while back, I took part in a 2 hour Shakespeare workshop at The Globe with Philip. I was genuinely surprised by how much I learnt in two hours - the general spirit of it was fast-paced, try-it-out and get it wrong, and he mixed rhythm & movement based exercises with the heart of the session: what it means to speak Shakespeare instinctively, openly and audibly. And without too much worrying.
I recommend Philip as an outstanding choice for any younger actor looking to hone & deepen their craft - he certainly helped me!
Edwin Thomas, Actor.

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Tom

Philip is a great actor and has a lot of experience working with students of all ages.
Tom Davey, Shakespeare’s Globe Learning Consultant

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Finty

Philip and I have worked together twice. He is an extraordinary actor and a brilliant man. I have rarely met anyone who can make Shakespeare so understandable and the language so accessible. He’s the best. X

Interview with Philip

QUESTION 01 | 08
1) When did you start practicing? How did this passion find you?
Philip — I've been acting and working with storytelling since i was little. I went to a stage school at the age of 12, and joined the National Youth Music Theatre around the same time. I also grew up not far from Stratford-Upon-Avon where my mum used to take me to see Shakespeare productions on the big stages performed by the RSC. I remember feeling that wonderfully exciting but strange mix of feeling and thrilling at the epic nature of the stories, the language and the productions, and also not really understanding a word of what people were saying! Gradually over time I began to feel more and more curious about the idea of what it must feel like to be up on the stage working with these big texts.
QUESTION 02 | 08
2) Which artists or works affect you the most?
Philip — Shakespeare. I don't quite know how it happened, but he has somehow manged to worm his way into so many aspects of my life and work. It began as a young spectator, then at school in all the various ways we meet him there, some good, some not so good. Then at RADA where the classical texts are obviously given a goodly amount of airtime. Then at The Globe, where I was fortunate to work first in The Merchant of Venice in 2007. Between then and now that building, its people, the audience, its stages have taught me more about acting and human nature than anywhere else. Its where I met my wife (Thomasin played Rosaline in Loves Labours Lost in 2009), began my longest friendships, really learnt what sort of actor i wanted to be, and saw first-hand tremendous demonstrations of honest, ego-less storytelling. Its a building I love and it owes itself to Shakespeare. My children are called Arthur and Rosaline both names found in Shakespeare. All these strands rotate around this writer from Warwickshire who wrote a handful of plays and poems around 400 years ago! I still find them challenging, exciting, baffling and inspiring in equal measure.
QUESTION 03 | 08
What are the qualities and skill required to succeed in this area?
Philip — Perseverance, humour, and kindness. All of these tap into the notion of working hard to get the jobs, doing them well and with a smile, and working with respect and care, which will enable and want others to work with you again and again. Talent and passion of course are necessary ingredients but over time once those first few initial experiences of work are passed you need to find a way to work consistently with a gentle caring and collective nature. Then the work can begin to unlock, surprise and release you.
QUESTION 04 | 08
4) What is the most valuable advice you can give to help someone stay focused on creative projects?
Philip — Find the joy in it. Remember the reason why you wanted to do it in the first place. Why do you love this type of work? What made you want to act or tell stories in the first place? Why do you want to go to drama school? So many of the outside elements of our work - the stress, the worry, the uncontrollable stuff, the intricate and unavoidable politics of whatever work environment you find yourself operating in - distract us and lead us away from the very core of what drives our creative energies. Your love for it. Why do you do this? Why do you put up with all the shit that comes with it? If we can keep tapping into that sense of purpose in our work than we can start to act and work with power and joy all at once.
QUESTION 05 | 08
How would you describe your passion; how does it make you feel?
Philip — My acting and teaching work make me feel inspired. Sometimes! Not always. Sometimes it's hard to maintain your creative composure in the face of such uncertainty and lack of control. But certainly, my teaching and directing fuel me a vast amount. I believe passionately in the transference of experience and wisdom from those who have done, and learnt, to those who are emerging or starting out on the same path. I'm still learning from those around and above me, and I am keen to do the same for those coming after me. When I feel that I can help and guide and make smooth the somewhat tricky transition from student to professional than I feel alive and active with my work.

And when I'm performing, when it goes well, when I feel connected and present with a live audience it brings me back to something that I have felt and lived with all my life, it takes me back in my mind and body to the memories and feelings of being a young boy and playing, not caring and not worrying about judgment. Discovering, playing, investigating, just being present and engaging with what people might be feeling right then and there. It's a fleeting and somewhat ethereal sensation but it's one I still crave occasionally. To be taken back to that place. Other times when I'm performing I can feel like a total arsehole. Wasting everyone's time with some empty and unrewarding rubbish. It's a fine balance!
QUESTION 06 | 08
6) What creative achievements are you particularly proud of?
Philip — I'm proud of all the students and actors I have worked with. Seeing young or developing actors take the steps towards self discovery and ownership of their talents brings me immense pride. Seeing how Shakespeare can enable actors, who are still discovering their talents, to encounter the sometimes intimidating richness and hugeness of the language and emotions, the psychological complexity of the work, and how it can then unleash them is glorious to witness. Allowing the work to encourage and guide and push actors to better themselves. Shakespeare is a phenomenal tool for learning. Not just in acting but in many things. I love and feel immense pride in helping bring this discovery to those who may not have felt or been aware of it.
(I'm also proud of playing lead roles in the West End and at the Globe! Just in a different way!)
QUESTION 07 | 08
Have you ever been surprised by a student; by their ability or quick progression?
Philip — I am consistently surprised by how quickly and speedily young actors, who are hungry and curious, learn and grow. When we open ourselves up to being taught and helped we can mix that wisdom we are given with our own innate, brilliant, instincts as storytellers and together the work and style and specificity can begin to take shape in a whole new way. And this development can be rapid. But. It's also something which in many ways doesn't happen fast! The work is about consistency, small specific disciplined work over time will yield real change. Development is fast as well as steady. I would like to imagine that a good teaching/directing session maybe has one gold, flashy, moment of enlightenment for a student, something they have never thought of or been aware of, the other 90% of the learning is about encouraging and making them aware of all the things they already know and have inside their brains that they just need to listen to and trust.
QUESTION 08 | 08
Being a Superprof is an art! What is your secret?
Philip — Be kind. Be sensitive. And communicate openly. Then you can potentially have the ability and trust to push people, challenge them, help them be better.

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