Christian Patterson

Acting Tutor – Guys & Dolls, Oliver, Journeys End, Mr Selfridge

Christian Patterson trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and is an award winning actor.

Theatre Credits: St Nicholas, The Dying of Today, Blasted (The Other Room); Journey’s End (National Tour/West End); Oliver!(Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Shared Experience); Laurel & Hardy (Wolsey Theatre/ Tour); Guys & Dolls(National Tour); Under Milk Wood (Lancaster Dukes); Ying Tong (West Yorkshire Playhouse/New Ambassadors); The GondoliersThe Merchant of Venice and The Water Babies (Chichester Festival Theatre); Lady Macbeth (Basingstoke Haymarket); The Oyster Catchers (Sherman Theatre); The Woman in BlackNeville’s Islandand Little Shop of Horrors (Torch Theatre); Two Weeks with the Queen and Guys & Dolls (Leicester Haymarket); Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! and Bedroom Farce (Chrysalis Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mappa Mundi); Twelfth Night (Wales Actors Company); The Secret Garden (RSC/Aldwych Theatre); Macbeth (Albery Theatre); Goon Bandage – An evening with Harry Secombe (Tour).

Christian is an Associate Artiste of Theatr Clwyd and his credits for them include: All My Sons; AristocratsGlengarry Glen RossAs You Like ItRape of the Fair CountryHosts of RebeccaSong of the EarthHomefront RecallThe MabinogionPortrait of the Artist as a Young DogUnder Milk WoodRosencrantz and Guildenstern are DeadTwelfth NightBlue Remembered HillsEquusAfore Night ComeA Christmas Carol.

Christian regularly appears in and directs pantomime for First Family Entertainment. For the last 8 years he and Jonathan Wilkes have appeared in various award winning pantomimes at the Regent Theatre, Stoke.

TV/Film Credits: Tennison (ITV); Ellen (Channel 4); Holby City (BBC); Doctors (BBC); Pride (Pathe) Mr Selfridge (ITV); Treflan (S4C); Outside the RulesScore and Care (BBC); Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire (Comedy Central/BBC); Grafters (Granada); Malice in Wonderland (Future Films); I Know You Know (Little Film Company).