Broken Pipe Productions
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Broken Pipe Productions Ltd. are an entertainments company based in Northamptonshire. We specialise in Pantomime, Kids Entertainment & Murder Mystery evenings.

That's us in a nutshell (but obviously not really in an actual nutshell; that would be silly).

 

If you want more details on the different services we offer please check out the appropriate page. We look forward to hearing from you soon!










Broken Pipe Productions team:
Emma Kendrick is an actor, writer, director and producer for film and theatre. She has toured the UK in ‘Aladdin’, ‘Cinderella’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’, completed multiple theatre in education tours and performed a solo show as the rat catcher ‘Jack Black’ in ‘I’m A Victorian, Get Me Out of Here!’ (Grim Times) which toured around Haven Holiday Parks. Emma has also worked as a character actor and scare actor at ‘Chessington World of Adventures’ and ‘The London Bridge Experience’. She has appeared in several short films and feature films, including, ‘Muppets Most Wanted’ (Disney) and ‘The Legend of the 5ive’ (Retribution Films). Emma has been assistant director for the Centre of Performing Arts at the University of the West of England and has provided drama workshops for primary, secondary and FE years.
James Hamer-Morton is an actor, voiceover artist, writer and director for film, theatre and radio. Film credits include, ‘Dead Love’ (Zombee Video), ‘The Fitzroy’ (Dresden Pictures), and ‘Banjo’ (Great Escape Films). James has worked for Disney as the voice of ‘Stitch’ in ‘Stitch Live!’, as well as Carphone Warehouse and the BBC and is ‘John Iflyalot’ in the ‘Where in the World’ web series (Create Soho). After a successful crowd funding campaign James produced, edited and starred in the feature documentary, ‘Bid For My Life’ (Broken Pipe Films). James is a founding member of the improvised comedy group, ‘Chuckle Duster’ who perform regularly in Shoreditch, London. He has written and directed productions shown on Sky and Channel 4 and supplied footage to GMTV and Endemol. James also works as a cover teacher for primary years.
Lee J Higgs is an actor, writer, engineer, video editor and special effect compositor. His screen acting work ranges from TV dramas to historical documentaries for the BBC and ITV, as well as various short films and feature films. Live performances include ‘Safe House’ (Broken Pipe Theatre) at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and ‘Aliens’ at the National Space Centre. Lee has also done promotional work for Lucasfilm and subsidiaries in the UK and abroad, as well as supplying SFX support on the War of the Worlds touring show. Lee won the 2013 ‘Tabloid Witch Award’ for ‘Best supporting Actor’ in ‘The Legend of the 5ive’ (Retribution Films).

Tim Cole has been a professional performer for over 17 years. Theatre credits include, Kev in “Stand”, Billy Dean in “Killed” (The Royal Theatre, Northampton); Scarecrow in “Wizard of Oz” (The Castle Theatre, Wellingborough); Apathy Man in “Earth In Your Pocket” regional tour (New Perspectives Theatre Company); Graham in “A Chip In The Sugar”, Alan Bennett (The Play’s The Thing Theatre Company); Hindley Earnshaw in “Wuthering Heights”, UK Panto Tour “Dick Whittington” & “Cinderella” (Looking Glass Theatre Company); TV Credits include, “Dalziel and Pascoe”, “Peak Practice” and Crime reconstruction films for Carton TV. Film Credits include, “Take a Risk” (Aspect Ratio Films) and “Friends and Crocodiles” (BBC Films). Tim has done voice over work for The Open University and he also provides English commentary for Shiney Films Company in Valencia. He is an Assistant Director for Masque Youth Theatre in Northampton and a Workshop Leader for STAGS Theatre group in Stanwick.