‘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!”

Treading the boards in “Of Mice and Men” with Stageworks Theatre

So far 2011 has been a busy year, film-wise, for me. After having just finished up on Coast, I’m delighted to be heading back on to the stage, to take on the role of ‘Curley’ in Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck’s classic, Of Mice and Men. The run, which includes a UK tour, is being directedContinue reading “Treading the boards in “Of Mice and Men” with Stageworks Theatre”

Production shots from ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay!’

Here’s something to whet your appetite for the opening of Bruiser’s ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay’ next week – some production and rehearsal shots. I’m sure you’ll agree that they look fantastic and that the audience will be in for a treat! It all kicks off in the Belfast Waterfront on 24 September, and you canContinue reading “Production shots from ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay!’”

Rehearsals begin for ‘Low Pay? No Pay!’

Chris has just started rehearsals for his first job with Belfast’s Bruiser Theatre Company, ‘Low Pay? Don’t Pay!’ This will be the Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Scotland Premiere of the Dario Fo play. Directed by Lisa May, the cast includes Richard Doubleday, Emma Little, Rachel Murray and Andrew Thompson. Opening at the BelfastContinue reading “Rehearsals begin for ‘Low Pay? No Pay!’”

Chris to take part in new reading

Tomorrow (Friday 13 August) Chris will take part in a reading of Two Dead Guys, a new play by comedian Owen O’Neill, organised by Belfast’s Ransom Productions. Chris will be reading alongside actor Richard Dormer. Kick off is at 6:30pm in the Community Arts Forum, Writers’ Square, Belfast (opposite St Anne’s Cathedral). Admission is £2Continue reading “Chris to take part in new reading”

‘Not A Game For Boys’ action shots

Not A Game For Boys is creating quite a stir at Feile an Phobail and audiences are lapping it up! If you haven’t already been, there’s only 2 nights left in the run – take a look at the production shots for a taster! The show runs in the Emerald Roadhouse, Finaghy Road North, tonightContinue reading “‘Not A Game For Boys’ action shots”

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’”