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Hi all,

My name is Ben Papworth. I work in Musical Theatre as a Musical Director and Pianist. Currently have a lot of free time, as I’m sure we all do in the current climate, so I decided to learn a new skill and I enjoy languages (already proficient at Spanish), therefore BSL seemed like a great option to broaden my language knowledge and become more accessible in my industry.

I live in Central London and have done for just under 3 years working in my field. I’ve worked with the likes of Divina De Campo, Rachel Tucker, Hannah Waddingham, Duncan James and more. I’d love to be able to meet other people in my industry who use BSL as a form of communication and start to bring theatre and the Deaf/deaf community together more.

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