ABOUT ME

A FEW REVIEWS
 For White Noise    
 
"Adams gives a stand out performance as the architect of chaos, charming and chaotic in equal measure." **** LondonTheatre1
 For Punts    
 
"Christopher Adams gives a restrained and well-judged performance as Jack, conveying much with posture and intonation as he negotiates the complexities of intimacy and independence." **** The Stage
"Christopher Adams plays Jack’s disability with skill and such care. He steals the show from the very first scene." **** National Student
 For Adam & Eve       
"Christopher Adams manages the nuanced changes from sweet everyman to shifty possible pervert with aplomb, never allowing Adam to get too unlikeable. This is a pitch perfect production." ***** Fairy Powered Productions
 For The Winter's Tale             
"Christopher Adams excels as Camillo, also playing Mamillius, Antigonus and the Second Gentleman with skilful clarity, moving from child to man with confident flair." **** Operissima

For further work, a full CV can be found on my Spotlight page.

SHORT BIO

I’m an actor and theatre maker who grew up in beautiful Swindon and currently living in London. I’ve produced seven sold-out productions with work seen across London, Paris, two theatres in Tokyo including the Metropolitan Arts Space, and the Edinburgh Fringe, with work featured in the Londonist. I’ve been nominated for an OffWestEnd award for Best Male and I was selected for the Kevin Spacey Foundation UK Company. 

 

Selected work includes:

Eyewitness: D-Day (National Geographic)

Splendid’s (The Jamie Lloyd Company at Trafalgar Studios One)

Punts (Kuleshov, Theatre503), for which he was nominated for an Offie

White Noise (devised with New Public, Vault Festival, RADA Festival)

The 11th Hour by Terry Deary (Prime Theatre, Regional Tour & Bolton Museum)

Overheard (RADA Festival, Bunker Theatre, Rosemary Branch Theatre)

Sh!t-Faced Showtime (Underbelly and Leicester Square Theatre)

An R&D for Napoleon Disrobed with Told by an Idiot (dir. Kathryn Hunter)

Eight short films with London Film School

A Poem for Swindon, BBC Wiltshire

Skarsnik, Total War: Warhammer (SEGA)

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