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James Bryce

Actor, musician and writer for 40 years now, James has appeared in many films and TV series, in addition to numerous roles in theatre productions.

His music is wide-ranging: jazz, musicals, theatre, children's work for the BBC, and works for the concert-hall.

James Bryce: CV

You can now download James' CV in PDF format.   The current version is as at Jun 2017, and it will be updated regularly.

Voice Work

The Voice page has full details of this aspect of James's life; but here are two short examples of his work:

Agent

Stiven-Christie Management
1 Glen Street
Edinburgh
EH3 9JD

Tel: 0131-228-4040
Fax: 0131-228-4645

info@stivenchristie.co.uk
www.stivenchristie.co.uk

Video

On the left is a showreel in Flash format with brief excerpts from some of James' work.

You can download Flash Player from the Adobe website

The Hum

HUM is a short Sci-Fi film that draws inspiration from real life events surrounding the hum phenomenon, experienced in Bristol and Taos. A story of grief and loss, HUM blends together elements of character drama and mystery with contemporary quantum physics theories.

It has been short listed for Best at Loch Ness Film Festival (July 28th 2017), selected for Fantasia International Film Festival and Dragon Com Independent Film Festival in Atlanta (2017).

Trailer on Vimeo 216526420

The Hum is seeking funding to transform itself into a full-length feature. It's being crowdfunded. If you like what you see, please donate at this Kickstarter page and/or keep up to date on its Facebook page

Elements World Theatre

In November, Elements World Theatre will be performing "Reflections of a Constant Monk" on 15th at 8pm at The Poetry Club, SWG3, 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow G3 8QG, and on 16th at 7.30pm at the Scottish Poetry Centre, Edinburgh. James is playing piano, with Robin Mason, cello and Peter Galinsky, clarinet. Lee Gershuny narrator. You can read the webpage here.

Audio books

This year so far, James has recorded "Heads or Hearts" by Paul Johnstone, "Dead End" by Quintin Jardine, "Don't Call me Clyde" by Peter Kerr, and "State Secrets", by Quentin Jardine.

Music

James's arrangement of London street songs, "Fantasia on London Themes" was premiered by the Open Orchestra in March 2017.

Whisky Kisses

Whisky Kisses is published by Stagescripts

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