Chris has been a familiar face on the Edinburgh stage since moving to the city from Northern Ireland in 2004. Now a resident of West Lothian, and a parent, much of what he might have written pre-coronavirus seems somewhat anachronistic...
That being said, Chris is a keen singer, and has been found exploring the lighter world of classic musicals and Gilbert & Sullivan operetta with EDGAS and Cat-Like Tread (CLT) or exploring eclectic repertoire for chamber choir with the St Andrew Camerata and Reid Consort.
Chris loves his 3-T family, and is delighted to have played roles in Elephants, Dear Brutus, and Enchanted April. Notable roles with other companies include Tupolski (The Pillowman, EUTC), Mark Cohen (Rent, ELT), Ralph Rackstraw (HMS Pinafore, EDGAS) and John Wellington Wells (The Sorcerer, CLT).
When not indulging his ego on stage, Chris is a lecturer and researcher in the social science of religion, a vocal Scottish Greens activist, and enjoys time in the pub, Dungeons & Dragons, being the centre of attention, and repeatedly listening to metal albums he bought when he was 17.