Robin Beer was born in London in 1984 and studied at the London International School of Performing Arts. With Blind Summit Theatre in London, he performed in George Orwell’s 1984 (directed by Mark Down, 2009) with guest performances at the Battersea Arts Centre, at the Royal & Derngate Theatre in Northampton, at The Point in Eastleigh and at the Corn Exchange in Newbury. He was also part of the ensemble for the Compagnie Complicité’s celebrated opera production A Dog’s Heart by Alexander Raskatov, based on Mikhail Bulgakov’s Heart of a Dog (directed by Simon McBurney). This production was nominated for the Olivier Award and the South Bank Sky Arts Awards, among others, and was invited to the Nederlandse Opera as well as the English National Opera in 2010. Robin Beer has also appeared in productions of the London-based puppet theatre Little Angel Theatre (e.g. The Fabulous Flutterbys by Barb Jungr, directed by Seonaid Goody, 2011), with Nightlight Theatre (Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, directed by Rich Rusk, 2012) as well as with Tutti Frutti (Hare and Tortoise by Brendan Murray, directed by Wendy Harris, 2012).