Four stars from The Stage: “Tightly focused verbatim drama” I am making my London theatre debut, playing Heycock, an undergraduate Cambridge student in Debate: Baldwin vs Buckley, at the Stone Nest Theatre. We will be running from 15th March to 8th April. The director is the award winning Christopher McElroen, who directed the US performancesContinue reading “Debate: Baldwin vs Buckley”
Author Archives: Christopher Wareham
Hag of the Hills
I am thrilled to say that I am the narrator for the audiobook for Hag of the Hills, a Celtic historical fantasy novel by J.T.T. Ryder. Do give it a read, or even better, a listen when it’s up on Audible! It is a very interesting process: recording an audiobook, and learning the editing toolsContinue reading “Hag of the Hills”
Ripple Effect: Monologue
As part of a series of reimagined monologues by Philip Pugh, here is a monologue – The Ripple Effect – that has had a great response so far. You can see more reimaginations of Phil’s monologues through his Twitter (linked above). I hope you enjoy!
Salisbury Fringe – Oct 2022
As part of Salisbury Fringe Theatre’s Fringe Festival 2022, I will be appearing in two short comedy scenes: Can’t Fly, and Phoney. It is a pleasure to work with this lovely bunch of talented writers, directors and actors again. The Festival runs over the weekend starting on Friday 30th September with Down and Out inContinue reading “Salisbury Fringe – Oct 2022”
Down and Out in Salisbury
Pete Talman, who wrote and directed a comedy short that I performed earlier this year with Salisbury Fringe Theatre Company, has written a one-act play, and has asked for me to play the lead! It is an honour to be considered for the first performance of some new writing. We will be performing a script-in-handContinue reading “Down and Out in Salisbury”
I have been cast in ensemble roles for Extraordinary Theatre’s production of King Lear, touring the Bournemouth and New Forest area in October-November. Alongside this, I will also be running workshops in the schools on the tour, as well as coordinating the fight segments of the play. Tour dates and venues can be found onContinue reading “King Lear”
Twelfth Night Promo
With performances for Twelfth Night well under way, we have attempted as a cast to explain to you the plot, in under 60 seconds. You can decide for yourself whether we were successful or not, but I can guess what the answer will be!
Twelfth Night: The Wind and the Rain
Originally posted here. Well, well, well. That is a wrap on phase one of rehearsals. Having thoroughly blocked and practiced the play indoors, at just the point at which we felt we had done all we could with the limited enclosed space, we have made the exciting transition outside, in the open air! The playContinue reading “Twelfth Night: The Wind and the Rain”
I am very pleased to be able to say that I am now represented by Linda and Lucy at C S Management. I look forward to working with them to give my career the best start possible, it is a fabulous opportunity for which I am extremely grateful.
Having recently filmed a scene that I wrote with Brooke Camilleri Agius, I have updated my show-reel. You can view it below, I hope you enjoy it.