Creative Clients

Chris Cuming

Director & Choreographer

Training: The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Teaching: Arts Educational College,The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Rose Bruford College. I also am the Engagement, Inclusion and Widening Participation Manager for the National Youth Music Theatre UK.

Currently Chris is working on; A Chorus Line (Gaiety Theatre), The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (UK Tour), Robin Good (Norwich Playhouse).

Direction & Choreography includes: Drowsy Chaperone (London College of Music), ’Twas the night before Christmas (Reading Rep Theatre), Made In Dagenham (Theatre Royal Norwich), Singin’ In The Rain, (Gaiety Theatre), Guys & Dolls (Theatre Royal Norwich), Peter Pan- The Musical (The Leys, Cambridge) Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Gaiety Theatre), Top Hat - The Musical (Theatre Royal Norwich), Joseph and his Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat (Gaiety Theatre), As You Like It (Petersfield Shakespeare Festival), Something About This Night (Ivy Theatre, Guildford School of Acting), ENCORE! 40 Years of NYMT (Adelphi Theatre), Sweeney Todd, Sister Act and Oklahoma! (Cambridge Arts Theatre) and Hello Dolly! (Watford Palace Theatre).

Choreography and Movement Direction includes: Sleeping Beauty (Watford Palace Theatre), Growl! (NYMT, 2019 UK Tour & China 2020/21), The Lady Vanishes (Bill Kenwright UK Tour), Goodnight Mr Tom (ERT, Hull) Midnight - A New Musical (Union Theatre, London & Korea 2019/20/21), Henry V & The Taming of the Shrew (Petersfield Shakespeare Festival), Shakespeare’s Sister (Courtyard Theatre), Super Hero the Musical ((NYMT, UK Tour), A Night at the Oscars (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Cinderella (Orchard Theatre, Dartford - QDOS), YANK - The Musical, European Premier (Charing Cross Theatre, London & Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester), HONK! (NYMT, UK Tour), 5 Guys Chillin’ (Soho Playhouse New York, Brighton Fringe 2015/16 and the King's Head Theatre 2015/16), The Tempest (Petersfield Shakespeare Festival), Sideways (St James’ Theatre), The Boy Who Built Clock (Arts Theatre London) Andy Capp, The Musical (Finborough Theatre), The School of Light (White Bear Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Camden’s People Theatre), We Raise Our Hands (Albany Theatre), The Mark of Arana (Shoreditch Town Hall), Sequins (London Film School), Little Foot (Trestle Arts Base and The Royal and Derngate, Northampton).

Assistant/Associate Choreographer and Director; A Man In Havana (Watermill Theatre, Newbury) Vanities The Musical (Trafalgar Studios), Dick Whittington (Watford Palace Theatre), Mouthful (Trafalgar Studios), Boxed and Bagged (Bush Theatre), and A Chorus Line, Sweet Charity, West Side Story, Grease, Cabaret and City of Angels (Embassy Theatre).