Tamasine Kimber
Musical Theatre & Cabaret Singer & Actress
 Vocal Coach & Performing Arts Teacher
​ALCM, LLCM, FLCM
About Me
Combining my performing career in the field of Musical Theatre with teaching during my 20's, after the birth of my children, I concentrated on a sucessful career as a performing arts teacher. I opened my own theatre school, Cantate Academy of Performing Arts in 2007 and it has gone from strength to strength with me being named as the LCM's Best Music Theatre Teacher, South London in 2010.
In 2013, I returned to my performing roots and entered the dizzying world of Cabaret. Initially working with Pamela Hall on our two woman show - "What You Don't Know About Women" which we have performed many times to great acclaim. 
After a very sucessful perfomance at Excess All Areas "Cabaret Confidential" at The Pheasantry, Chelsea in September 2015, I was asked to be part of the "Paul L Martin Presents" series of cabarets and my solo show "The Girl in the Red Shoes" premiered at The Pheasantry in June 2016. 
In September 2016 I took part in the Singers' Cabaret Workshop under the direction of Paul L Martin and Jamie Anderson and was thrilled with my showcase perfomace, which can been seen on my YouTube channel ( Tamasine Kimber ).
I had a busy 2017 working with many composers like Gavin Brock, Mark Bunyan and Michelle Hutchings. She alos reprised her Girl in the Red Shoes show.
2018 brought a new project - a trio called The Secret Divorce Society, which saw me link up with fellow cabaret performers Celia Delaney  and A Girl Called Fred to create a new orignal show Till Death Us Do Part? which we are taking up to the Edinburgh Fringe festival!
I now combine all these threads and am delighted to be working on a number of new and exciting projects! I continue to teach in schools local to me in South London as well as my academy and am always happy to hear from potential students - young or old(er)!


Please enjoy having a look around my website and feel free to drop me a line - I'd love to hear from you!
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