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Tim Evans (born 7 June 1980) is a British actor and theatre director. He trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London after studying Performing Arts at Hereford College of Arts.
Hereford College of Arts is an art school based in the West Midlands, UK, and is the only specialist college in the region dedicated to the Arts.
He is the Founding Artistic Director of The Factory, which he created in 2006 with the actor Alex Hassell. Patrons of The Factory include Ewan McGregor, Bill Nighy, Mark Rylance and Emma Thompson.
The Factory Theatre Company is a theatre company based in the United Kingdom.
Alex Hassell is a British actor. He is co-founder of The Factory Theatre Company, whose patrons include Ewan McGregor, Bill Nighy, Mark Rylance and Emma Thompson.
Ewan Gordon McGregor is a Scottish actor and director, known internationally for his various film roles, including independent dramas, science-fiction epics, and musicals.
Evans stepped down as Artistic Director in 2010, and became Theatre Development Associate for The Cockpit Theatre. In 2011 he created Night Club, a new company based at The Cockpit.
The Cockpit Theatre is a fringe theatre in Marylebone, London. Designed by Edward Mendelsohn and built in 1969-70 by the Inner London Education Authority (ILEA) as a community theatre, it is notable as London's first purpose-built Theatre in the round since the Great Fire of London. When ILEA was disbanded in 1990, ownership of the Cockpit was transferred to the London Borough of Westminster, who made it part of the newly renamed City of Westminster College. It remains one of a handful of purpose-built theatre training venues in the capital and is still owned and operated by the City Of Westminster College.