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Keith Wallis is a professional fight director for theatre and film. Over the past fifteen years he has worked on a wide range of projects from small scale unarmed choreography and basic falls, to historical sword duels, group fights and mass battles. 

Currently based in the south west, Keith travels all over the UK providing fight choreography for theatre, opera and film production companies, as well as teaching both armed and unarmed stage combat at a number of British acting schools and institutions.

In 2018 Keith co-founded Master at Arms, a non profit organisation dedicated to the tuition of stage combat and the practice and continued development of fight choreography in the creative arts. You can find out more about the project by visiting:

 Recent Projects

 Dan Snow's History Hit series 

Come Out Fighting

Keith will be working with What Now Productions for their debut project 'Come Out Fighting' which tours this Autumn

Don Giovanni

Action arrangement for Don Giovanni at Glyndebourne, directed by Mariame Clement

Illyria Theatre Robin Hood

Fight choreography for the UK tour of 'Robin Hood' by Illyria Theatre

sun and moon theatre

Fight coordination for Sun and Moon Theatre's production of 'Romeo & Juliet'

University of Winchester

Stage Combat tuition for the BA Acting course at University of Winchester

University of Plymouth

Courses in armed and unarmed combat for the BA Acting course at the University of Plymouth

Miracle Theatre

Fight Direction for Miracle Theatre's production of King Lear

sorry, you're not a winner

Fight Consultant for 'Sorry, You're not a winner' produced by Paines Plough and Theatre Royal Plymouth.

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