George Mann is a practitioner, actor, writer and director. George trained for two years at the École Internationale de Théatre Jacques Lecoq in Paris 2006 and graduated from Royal Holloway University of London with a degree in Theatre Studies in 2004. George formed Theatre Ad Infinitum in 2006, writing, directing and performing in Behind the Mirror at the Pleasance in Edinburgh’s Festival Fringe 2008. The company’s debut went on to receive critical acclaim, and Arts Council funding for a spring 2009 tour in the UK. George co-devised and co-wrote Odyssey, the company’s second piece that was a sell-out hit that continues to tour the globe. George received The Stage Best Solo Performer Award 2009 for his one man performance of Homer’s classic tale directed by Nir Paldi. George wrote, directed and performs in Translunar Paradise, Ad Infinitum’s fourth production and a multi-award winning sell out at the Edinburgh Festival 2011. The piece has picked up eight awards to date and is still touring around the world -Brazil, Colombia, Bosnia & Herzagovina, Finland, Greece, Israel, Italy, Norway and all over the UK.
His experience includes co-directing Peer Gynt with Ahuris Theatre in Japan; Musical Director, Composer, and Actor with Compagnie Act Theatre in France; running workshops for the National Youth Theatre, many schools and universities, and he is also a Visiting Acting Tutor at Rose Bruford Drama College. George has performed with compagnie Le Jacquerie and Plateform Théatre in Paris, France, and worked with Gardzienice Theatre Company lead by Wlodzimierz Staniewski in Poland.