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Interview with Tommy Balaam, Captain Fantastic— UK’s #1 Entertainment Company!

Tommy Balaam is the founder of Captain Fantastic, voted the UK's no. 1 children's entertainment company. Tommy is trained as an actor, graduating in 2009 from the East 15 acting school. He has loved his career within the arts, including a range of different roles. As well as acting, Tommy has always had a love of music and performs regularly with his band, Dirty Mitts. Tommy's wealth of performance experience, combined with his creativity and flair, is at the heart and soul of the Captain Fantastic brand. His passion is in putting every effort into creating truly unforgettable experiences.

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Darshaun McAway- Best-Selling Children’s Book Author, WOWpodcast Host

WOWPodcast.me is a podcast directory for authors, writers and illustrators worldwide– hosted by Darshaun McAway who helps creatives by allowing them to exchange ideas, share resources and network. WOWpodcast provides it’s listeners access to authors from around the world. Darshaun’s main focus is to instruct, inspire, and enlighten his listeners. In addition, Darshaun is a successful children’s book author. He coauthors (alongside his wife Stephanie McAway) the Anaiah’s Adventure Series inspired by their daughter whom the book series is named after.

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Debra Williams- Aussie Children’s Book Author, Puppet Maker and Puppeteer Extraordinaire

Debra Williams (formerly Debra Clewer), is an Australian children’s author, with three independently published Middle-Grade novels, and is a seasoned puppeteer and puppet builder. Storytelling and puppeteering have been a part of her life since she was a young child. Debra recalls that when she was a 10-year-old child, she would perform puppet plays in the street for the other neighboring children, from a makeshift theatre made of wooden fruit crates, using Punch and Judy puppets her maternal grandmother bought for her.