Conor Neaves

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Movement Tutor (Virtual Environment)
Conor Neaves


Conor is a working-class Actor, Motion Capture Artist & Theatre Practitioner. Originally from Cumbria, Conor has worked both regionally & internationally travelling as far as Saudi Arabia.

As an Actor he has been a regular company member at The National Theatre working with directors including, Lyndsey Turner, Rufus Norris and Stephen Daldry.

Conor is an Associate Artist of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and regularly facilitates for The Old Vic on their School's Club programme, delivering bespoke workshops to schools from areas with poor arts provisions.

Priding himself on versatility, and with a keen interest in movement, his work in Motion and Performance Capture has taken him into the world of computer games and VFX.

Conor is one of four participants representing Theatre by the Lake on RTYDS’ new initiative, New Directions North.

Conor’s directorial debut, In the Shadow of the Black Dog, has just been remounted at the King’s Head Theatre after a successful run at Edinburgh Fringe in 2018 followed by a short UK Tour in 2019.
Conor is also a fully qualified Daoist Flow Yoga Teacher.

Training: National Youth Theatre & Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Theatre: The Threepenny Opera, St. George & the Dragon (National Theatre); The Sand House (CAST); Consensual, Wuthering Heights, The Merchant of Venice, Second Person Narrative (NYT Rep Company).

Film & TV: The Phantom of the Open (BBC Films); Yesterday (Working Title); Game of Thrones (HBO); The Threepenny Opera (NT Live); Generation Sext (Sky Arts).

Assistant Director: How Love is Spelt (Southwark Playhouse | Dir. Charlotte Peters); The Reluctant Fundamentalist (National Youth Theatre | Dir. Prasanna Puwanarajah); The Hired Man (Union Theatre | Dir. Brendan Matthew)