Since a young age Miles has surrounded himself with theatre, working professionally as a child in the West End as well as appearances on TV and Film.
In 2010 he decided to produce his first full scale musical Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens with nearly 50 performances in 4 different venues. It was the first production of the show to be granted rights to be performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and lead to an ongoing relationship with the shows writers and creative team.
Following this successful run of the Edinburgh Fringe, Miles began to work closely with Michael Fidler, the shows original writer and director, to develop a new production of the show, bringing to life some of the modern aspects of the show.
It was during this time that Miles enrolled on the MA Creative Producing course at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; working alongside producers such as James Seabright (So You Want To Be A Producer) and Julius Green (How to produce a West End show) amongst others.
After graduating his MA course in 2013, Miles mounted over 100 performances of Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens, Including another 2 full runs of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a month long residency at the Kings Head Theatre, Islington. The production was received with great reviews from critics and fans alike.
In 2014, Miles took the position of Theatre Manager and Resident Producer for The Bull Theatre; a 150 seat theatre in Barnet, North London. Mounting his own children’s shows and supporting the community hires, Miles gained The Bull Theatre a loyal audience of local North London families. Working with his creative partner Lucy Sarah Doughty he produced and co-directed numerous successful shows including Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs culminating in a sell-out run of Peter Pan.
Great panto, all fantastic actors, the evil queen was very funny and the music and dancing was brilliant and modern. We all loved it, age range from grandparents to grandkids. Well done to all – Joanna R, Facebook.
In 2017, Miles worked with EHOS to Direct and Produce Green Day’s American Idiot; featuring a 20 strong cast and the UK’s No.1 Green Day Tribute – GREEN HAZE.
In 2018 Miles joined the team at the Quarry Theatre at St Lukes, Bedford as Assistant Theatre Manager. He worked with the Director of Theatre to improve their programming and streamlined the venues branding. At Christmas 2019 Miles worked with The Quarry to Produce and Direct Bedfords first professional pantomime Hansel and Gretel.
Miles is now looking to further his career in the arts industry despite the odds. He intends to use his creative skills and knowledge of venue management in whatever position he is able to gain.