Here's just a taster of some of my more recent theatrical adventures. I hope to add links to YouTube clips of stuff later, and also a wee archive of older stuff (pics, reviews etc. for any die-hard fans out there) when I get more time...
The Woman in Black
"Both roles are huge. Kipps has to become a host of locals encountered in the development of the horror and Michael Adams shows his range and versatility with accomplished ease, as well as establishing the hapless solicitor who starts things off...
...Between them, the pair presents a riveting experience within a fascinating story." (Theatreview)
"I don't recommend shows I'm not involved in lightly. I saw a production of this in the West End late last year. NO Productions puts on a show damn near as good as the one we saw, at approximately a quarter of the price. And you don't have to fly to London! Get along for the final night and support some local talent!" (Paul Johnson - Facebook)
"It is a thoughtful and absorbing play, worked effectively by three very talented actors and supported in the intimate space of Papa Hou by clever sound and lighting." (Theatreview)
"There is no doubt that Lear is a sought after role for senior male actors who are serious about proving their worth on the boards. It can be a scary, soul-baring role to play, and requires total focus and understanding of the character's nuances. Michael Adams rose to the challenge with a clear talent for holding an audience; not a word was wasted." (Sonya Pegg)
"The show takes the audience on a journey as the king falls into madness, which is brilliantly portrayed by Michael Adams." (The Star)
"The first play was a re-working of the short story Casting the Runes by M.R. James. It was a nail-biting number about the villainous Mr. Karswell (played to a loathsome perfection by Michael Adams) and those whom he takes as personal slaves with the help of evil enchantments." (Big Mouf)