Teaching

Alex offers workshops, coaching and consultation in voice, writing and accessible practice. She has a particular interest in teaching disabled people;particular experience teaching voice to those with speech impairments or differing speech patterns.
Her teaching credits include Central School of Speech and DramaUK, Rose Bruford College, Clean Break, London Metropolitain University, Lyric Belfast, The National Theatre School of Canada, the APAE Institute Brazil, SESC Madureira Rio,and the Banff School of Fine Arts.

To contact Alex about teaching or workshops please email at alex@alexbulmer.co.uk.

Here is what people say about Alex’s teaching:

Not only is Alex an expert in Vocal technique,she also has a unique talent to pass on and make those techniques accessible to all, be they professional actors preparing for the stage, or students with differing speech patterns.

In both group and one to one sessions Alex enables her students to gain the skills and the confidence to explore, strengthen and own their voice.

I have been lucky enough to have been taught by her, and to have witnessed her work in a wide variety of group sessions.
Alex works with and builds students strengths, she is an inspiring ,generous and highly skilled teacher.

– Karen Spicer, actor,director.

“Alex is a dynamic and innovative artist who approaches a specialised practice with a natural ability to invigorate others’ practice in creative settings. She brings diverse and rich experience working with disabled artists and has an ongoing relationship with Graeae Theatre Company through its productions and training and learning programmes.

– Jodi-Alissa Bickerton, Training & Learning Manager, Graeae Theatre Company

“Being visually impaired and acquiring any form of skills often means you face access barriers. Being taught by a tutor, like Alex who is also visually impaired, enabled an empathetic teaching relationship to developand so I gained the maximum amount of information/skills in a very short time…a really interesting and creative teacher, she was willing to adapt her teaching style to my needs, always checking in with me to make sure I understood what she was conveying. She has had a lasting effect on me, particularly in enabling me to pursue my writing with confidence.”

Kirin Saeed actor, writer

My name is Pete Edwards. I’m an actor, writer and a workshop facilitator with a differing speech pattern.

I have worked with Alex Bulmer on many different projects especially around my communication on stage.

Alex was my voice coach on my one man show called Fat.
Alex helped me to understand that the intention of a word was very important to express to an audience and not just how clear words should be.
This has been a fantastic eye opener not only for myself but also when I am working with other artists with different ways of communicating.

– Peter Edwards, actor