I trained as an actor at The University of The West of England and then as a Director at the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the MA Drama Directing program. Now working as a director, movement director and facilitator he specialises in ensemble and interdisciplinary work. As an artist, I am passionate about bold, ambitious and innovative stories that engage audiences beyond being simply observers. I have worked across a range of styles and forms including musicals, interactive theatre, Shakespeare and working with young people.  

I am always looking at ways in which I can utilise technology to create a heightened and fresh perspective to theatre and filmmaking.  Whether that be through design, delivery or creation.

Previous Directing credits include: Katie Johnstone by Luke Barnes, TABLE by Tanya Ronder and Mountains on The Moon.  

As Associate Director: Deathdrop: Back in the Habit, TuckShopUK’s All Drag Dick Whittington, The Crooked Spire Musical, In Our Skin and The Wardrobe Ensemble’s The Great Gatsby. 

Frazer is an experienced facilitator and educator with over 5 years of experience working with young people in both formal educational and creative settings. I am a huge advocate for encouraging yes in a world of no. If you need help planning workshops or engagement activities for schools and colleges then give me a shout. 

Watershed and University of Bristol MyWorld Fellow as part of the MyWorld Ideas programme starting in November 2023: Making The World Different. Exploring "what skills and opportunities do young people need for a career in creative technologies."

BFI Network New Voices Cohort 2023:  Developing a short film (Three in a Bed) exploring grief at the heart of gay hook up culture.  

Current Projects: 

  • Director, Smalltown Boy by Brenda Callis - R&D Bristol Old Vic & Hall for Cornwall.
  • Director, Three in a Bed, Short film 
  • Director, Our Kid by Brian Clemens - R&D Tobacco Factory Theatre’s
  • Director, The Merry Wives of Windsor (Opera) by Otto Nicolai - 1532 Performing Arts Centre Feb 24.

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