Christopher has been acting, singing and dancing from the age of six, appearing in various pantomimes, musicals, plays and was also a children’s member of the RSC. He went on to gain a Btec in performing arts at Stratford-upon-Avon college and whilst there was privileged enough to be the principle character (Horton) in the UK Premiere of Suessical the Musical- with permission from the Broadway creative team.
He then went on to train professionally at the London Studio Centre, graduating last with a 2:1 BaHons Degree in Theatre Dance. While at studios Christopher performed twice in Dance Overture at the New Wimbledon Theatre, choreographed and danced in Design for Dance at the Cocrane Theater in Holborn, played Geoffrey in Stepping Out directed by Susan Raasay and finally starred as Vinnie in the Seedtime UK tour of Lucky Stiff.
Christopher is also an avid playwright and in 2008 he produced his first play at the DeValois Theatre The Live’s of Others to rave reviews. Christopher loves teaching in all aspects of musical theatre, having taught dance for Stagecoach, jazz and audition routines at Stratford College and Musical theatre at Flipside Dance 2008, 2009,2010,2011,2012. He is delighted to be back this year and hopes to make it bigger and better than ever.
In 2009 Chris was in the production “Ben Hur Live” which was a European Arena tour that premiered at the O2 Arena to 20,000 people a night. He then joined the UK no 1Tour of Shaun’s big show as the Farmer to five star reviews. He then went straight into Peter Pan the Musical at Wellingborough Castle as a pirate/Indian and the Crocodile. Television work includes Xbox Promotion with Kelly Brook and Xfactor as a Dermot Dancer. Christopher was lucky enough to have a principle part in the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games as Rodney/Robin with the iconic Robin Reliant. He then went on to travel again with Shaun’s Big Show for a tour of Saudi Arabia in November 2012 and Oman in February 2013 . Christopher’s next project is in the New World Arena Tour of Grease the Musical as ensemble/ understudy Doody and Aerialist starting in Brussels November 2013 and in the UK April 2014.