West Side Story

Chris is musical director for West Side Story at Theatre Royal Windsor. Theatre Royal Windsor launches its outreach programme with a brand new community production of the world’s greatest musical… Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet transported to New York City The world’s greatest love story takes to the mean streets in…

Henry V tours UK

Chris’s music for Antic Disposition’s production of Henry V made its second outing, touring UK cathedrals this year. Marking both the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt and the ongoing centenary of the First World War, Antic Disposition presents a new production of Shakespeare’s Henry V. England’s idealistic army marches to war,…

Tommy

Chris is Assistant MD to Robert Wicks on TOMMY at the Winter Gardens Blackpool. TOMMY opens on 12 September and plays through to Saturday September 26. This multi award winning adaptation of the original chart topping album tells a powerful tale of a deaf, mute and blind pinball player who becomes an international…

Review: A Christmas Carol – London Theatre 1

How do you make the perfect Christmas show? It’s easy really, you just take an old classic, put it in a truly awesome and appropriate setting, add an amazingly talented cast and suddenly you have Antic Disposition’s production of A Christmas Carol at Middle Temple Hall. Let’s be honest, we…

Review: A Christmas Carol – Musical Theatre Review

Middle Temple Hall allows an audience to step back in time and enter into the world of Scrooge with its site-specific stage space. Stepping away from the city’s busy streets, the theatre offers a calm serenity and a chance to embrace a time of hopefulness in 17th Century London. Award-winning…

Review: A Christmas Carol by BritishTheatre.com

Surely any Christmas without at least one visit to Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, could not really be called Christmas. Such is the extent to which Dicken’s Christmas ghost story has been woven into our culture, that it has seen several production staged across London this year alone and has…

Review: A Christmas Carol by The Reviews Hub

A Christmas Carol is probably the second most famous Christmas story – behind a slightly more influential tale about a baby, three wise men and a stable – and the reason that it has lasted so long is that Dickens cleverly unites the notions of charity and benevolence, which is…

Review: A Christmas Carol by Plays To See

Antic Disposition’s A Christmas Carol takes place in the atmospheric Middle Temple Hall, which dates back to the sixteenth century, and which Dickens himself attended as a law student from 1839. The Hall, which is usually used as a dining room, might seem a surprising choice for a venue, but it…

A Christmas Treat – not to be missed

UKTHEATRE.NET reviews A Christmas Carol: The splendour of Middle Temple Hall quite takes your breath away.  The tranquillity and beauty of this magnificent space inspired Dickens in his writing and is certainly the perfect setting for his well loved novel, ‘A Christmas Carol’. Leave behind the bustle of the streets…

Review: A Christmas Carol at Middle Temple Hall

It’s where Shakespeare debuted Twelfth Night, and fellow literary legend and author of A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, studied law, but so spectacular is Middle Temple Hall that it doesn’t even need to mention these credentials to be considered a breathtaking venue; rather, its Elizabethan magnificence speaks for itself, heraldic…