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Jeremy Tustin

Jeremy Tustin is a professional director and choreographer who was trained at the Mountview Theatre School, succesfully completing a 3 Year Acting/Musical Theatre Course (B.A. Hons). Since that time he has continued to develop his own unique style which has challenged the many socities he has worked with and thoroughly entertained audiences and critics alike.

Jeremy currently works with societies right across the UK and is one of the first directors to be directing Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast

Just some examples of reviews from Jeremy's shows.

'Les Miserables' - January 2009 - Douglas Choral Union

'Definitely one of the best shows I have ever seen, reveiving standing ovations at every performance. The show was flawless, flowed beautifully from start to finish.... a priviledge to be part of the audience of this vibrant show... absolutely amazing. In my opinion, you wouldn't see a better, more professional show anywhere in the UK, outside of London's West End'

John Gregory - Manx Independent

'Titanic' Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society (January 2008)

Jeremy Tustin, the director, captures the sense of tragic destiny against the folly of people believing that the largest moving object on earth couldn't sink.

It's a minor masterpiece of musical theatre. It's a major hit for the Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society.

David Porter. Eastern Daily Press.

‘Broadway Pirates' – Taunton Operatic (September 2006)

‘ Tustin , with absolute precision, drives this piece forward at a cracking pace and, with the speed of a hi-tech express…'

‘I must admit that Tustin certainly brought out the humour. This is one of the funniest productions of ‘Pirates' I have seen…'

‘The choreography was perhaps the strongest element of the production. An unexpected addition to the norm, all the musical numbers had extra demands on the performers in that their moves were complex patterns involving dance steps and hand movements of potentially mind-boggling design…'

Robert Latham. Rose Bowl



Broadway Pirates


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‘Spend, Spend, Spend' – Sheffield Teachers (November 2004)

It is largely reality, high on colloquialism, readily mixes brutality with humour, wry and the belly variety, and sentiment, all expertly balanced in Jeremy Tustin's skillful direction.

The musical version of her rags to rags life, here directed with great flair and pace by a confident Jeremy Tustin, plays the highs and lows of that saga in a marvellous blend of cartoon strip comedy shot through with drama which makes the shifts into tragedy all the more poignant.

"An outstanding production"

John Highfield. Sheffield Star.

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