Tamara Campbell has performed as a full time professional since 1998. She enjoyed unprecedented success with her creation of the loveable nerd “Shirlee Sunflower,” who’s first show “Looking for Love” toured more than a hundred major European Festivals over 13 years, including Oerol Festival, Moers International Comedy Festival, Gothenburg Festival, Glastonbury Festival and The Limburg Festival, always enjoying repeat bookings. Tamara is also a director and writer of physical theatre and circus based work, jobs that she is passionate about because she believes in skill sharing and providing opportunities for others. Tamara trained extensively in physical and devised theatre. She completed a Bachelor of Arts communication in theatre and Media at The Charles Sturt University, Bathurst and a dip Dell Arte from The Dell Arte International school of Physical Theatre in Blue Lake California, a qualification that few Australians hold. She trained for a month in Paris with Phillipe Gaulier. Tamara has performed across 23 countries in 6 different languages for over a million people in her 18 year career. Tamara also worked as the Artistic Director at Wollongong’s Circus Monoxide for 2 years and is the Co Founder and Artistic Director of The K.I.S.S. Arts Festival in Kiama. She is now growing her Entrepreneurial talents as the Creative Director of her company Laughter House Entertainment – a company that believes in bringing people together to laugh hysterically in the shared joy of outrageous, unexpected comedy entertainment experiences. Tamara is committed to her continued performance career with the duo show Kiki and Pascal and her solo work Kiki Bittovabitcsh.
Corporate companies that Tamara has worked with:
Volvo, Ray White, Australian Dentist Association, Elite 500 Mastermind, B1G1, Macquarie Bank, Australian National Maritime Museum, ABC, Sailability NSW, Lions Club, Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, Sydney Opera House, Wollongong City Council, Mission Australia, Assembly Gardens Edinburgh, Star Casino, ACT Government, Kiama Council, Illawarra Fly, Bluescope Steel, Northern beaches Council, Parramatta City Council and Commonwealth Bank