• Stuart directed a Forum theatre piece, Rising, which toured hostels and prisons with great success; an excellent show, which was pacy, moving and inventively staged. Adrian Jackson, Artistic Director and CEO at Cardboard Citizens

  • Stuart’s drive and creativity has always been at the core of Theatre Is... and he has been instrumental in putting the company at the forefront of the development of arts as a tool to enrich the lives of disadvantaged young people. Jo Askham, Former Chair of Theatre Is

  • Stuart’s ability to build positive relationships with our young people has been fantastic. Herts Young Homeless works with young people who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and Stuart demonstrates a deep understanding of the challenges they have faced. Leonie Maddin, Live Life Team Leader

  • About All Fall Away: 'The work might seem less impressive than it is without a superb production from Stuart Mullins. Despite some dodgy accents, it spirits you away to the vast metropolis. Samantha's son, possibly autistic, is played by a puppet, brilliantly manipulated by Seong Kyun Yoo, and Liza Hayden is excellent as Esmeralda, the Duncans' nine-year-old neighbour, who is as sharp as a rat. At the raging drama's still centre is Tanya Franks's shining Samantha, a woman who is gloriously and essentially human in her courage and determination.' Lyn Gardner The Guardian

  • Stuart shares a passion with Identity, to develop a more diverse and representative industry with regards theatre, film and TV. Sam Miller Head of Acting Identity School of Acting

Directing at the Independent Centre for Actor Training (ICAT)

Recently directed the ICAT student showcase. Thirteen actors in as series of duologues, diverse in their cultural, socio economic, gender and age. It's important that I teach and direct at places like ICAT. Places that ensure our industry is inclusive, representing the diversity of society. Everyone should be allowed to have a dream, it may not come true for all, but the passion, commitment and love shown by the staff under Simon Trinder's leadership, means that no-one leaves ICAT without having maximised their talent whilst learning to become a better citizen of the world. 

Directing at Identity School of Acting

Identity is a ground breaking drama school that places diversity at the heart of its training. I'm delighted to be chosen to lead the 3 day under 21 Advanced group of students. Together we will be creating a new piece of work that will premier at the Stockwell Playhouse in the spring of 2020. 

Lecturing

Previously Subject Coordinator and Lecturer Acting and Screen Performance, School of Humanities, University of Hertfordshire from 2011 to 2017

Previously taught on degree courses at:
Drama Centre
Italia Conti

Research

QR funded research project on Project Freefall working with the School of Humanities and the Centre for Research into Primary and Community Care

Advice

Parkour Dance 2015 – initial business plan development

UHArts 2014 – strategic development of artistic performance programme

RIFCO Arts 2013 – short report with regards development of education and engagement programme