‘Of Mice and Men’ opening week sells out – now the tour continues!

One week down of the tour of  ‘Of Mice and Men’ and fingers crossed the success of our sold out run at Theatre Severn Shrewsbury continues for the rest of the tour. This week the company travels to Ireland (I get to travel home!)  for a few dates in Belfast’s Theatre at the Mill, TheContinue reading “‘Of Mice and Men’ opening week sells out – now the tour continues!”

“The Man Who Crossed Hitler” to air this Sunday…

This Sunday (21 August BBC2 @9pm) sees the airing of a new one-off drama I filmed early this year, The Man Who Crossed Hitler, a remarkable factual drama based on a true story, starring Ian Hart,  (Hitler) Ed Stoppard (Hans Litten) and Bill Paterson. In the summer of 1931, with Germany on the brink ofContinue reading ““The Man Who Crossed Hitler” to air this Sunday…”

“2p” has arrived!

“Some people say it’s the small things in life that count, and I believe that.” Just one of the lines from 2p starring myself and Mary-Frances Doherty. The final cut has been entered into the Virgin Media shorts competition and it doesn’t disappoint. Will Maloney has done an amazing job with the writing, directing and editing.Continue reading ““2p” has arrived!”

“2p”… That’s a Wrap!

I’ve been making a habit of getting up early at weekends and the weekend past was no exception – though 5:30am was nearly too early for me! But it was all worth it – I was filming new movie “2p” directed by Will Maloney, produced by Larry Cowan from Lamb Films and shot by experienced Director ofContinue reading ““2p”… That’s a Wrap!”

“2p”… New Movie

This weekend I will be filming the movie, 2p. It’s an interesting, fun short film and I’m really excited about playing the starring role of ‘Billy’. Synopsis: Billy has an odd obsession. He takes pride in his work as a nightclub PR rep between the hours of nine and five, but Billy’s life’s passion is collectingContinue reading ““2p”… New Movie”

Meeting Nadia Tass…

As part of Belfast Film Festival I attended a masterclass with my good friend Peter Mullan, at which I met talented director Nadia Tass

Full Steam Ahead For ‘The Guards’!

It has been a long wait, but it’s not long now until The Guards officially hits TV3! The new drama series, which sees Chris starring in a leading role alongside Hollyoaks newcomer Emmett Scanlan, promises to be an edgy and fast-paced glimpse into the life of three young guards, showing the grittier and darker sideContinue reading “Full Steam Ahead For ‘The Guards’!”

Chris prepares to pack a punch with Bruiser

Chris is delighted to have been recently cast in Low Pay? Don’t Pay!, the newest production from Belfast’s Bruiser Theatre Company. All details for the performances in Belfast and the subsequent tour to Scotland and through the Republic of Ireland can be found on the company’s website. This will be Chris’s first time working withContinue reading “Chris prepares to pack a punch with Bruiser”

Rehearsals start for ‘Not A Game For Boys’

Chris has just started rehearsals for Simon Block’s Not A Game For Boys, in which he is starring. The play will be staged as part of Feile an Phobail 2010. Directed by Patsy Hughes, the comedy also stars James Doran and Stephen Kelly. It’s 1995… Three taxi men, a gun and a table tennis game. Eric,Continue reading “Rehearsals start for ‘Not A Game For Boys’”