Paul Clark is a highly regarded actor, director and teacher of drama with over 15 years experience in the Performing Arts industry working with both young people and adults. He is an organized, goal-oriented director with a proven ability to create high-calibre theatrical events.

As a performer, his regional credits include: Billy Crocker (
Anything Goes), Rooster Hannigan (Annie), Frank Butler (Annie Get Your Gun), Toad (Toad of Toad Hall), Walter de Courcey (Chess) and a couple of appearances as a pantomime dame. He also created the role of Rando in the world premier of the musical Berlin. He has also appeared numerous times in the West End and has performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre, The London Palladium, and The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

Paul has directed a diverse range of shows over the past few years and regional highlights include:
42nd Street, Fame - The Musical, Hot Mikado, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Crazy for You, Little Shop of Horrors, Footloose, Our House and Sweet Charity.

Paul also works with Theatretrain (a performing arts school for 6-18 years olds) and has had his drama work showcased at Sadler’s Wells, The London Palladium, The Royal Albert Hall and the O2 Arena. Last year, he worked with young people from ten different countries at a two week international drama festival that was held in Switzerland.