Christopher first performed the role of Tadzio at the Lord Stanley Theatre in London in July 2013. He repeated it at the
Etcetera Theatre in November 2013, as lunchtime drama, and again at the Etcetera in July 2014, as part of Desire and Pursuit:
Three one-man plays on themes of beauty, faith, obsession. His most recent appearance was at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in
Christopher's working life began as a journalist and he is perhaps best known as a reporter and presenter on Southern Television and
London Tonight. In 2008 he turned to acting and since then has been seldom off the stage, appearing in both classics and
modern drama. Most recently he has been seen as Canon Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest (Metrodeco, Brighton),
Sir Johnstone Kentley in Rope (South Hill Park, Bracknell), Lovewit in The Alchemist
(Riverside, Walton-on-Thames), Hamlet's Father and the Player King in Hamlet (Greenwich Playhouse)
and Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing (riverside, Walton-on-Thames). His next appearance will be as Colonel Pickering in
Shaw's Pygmalion at several venues in South-East England.
Press Release: July 2013
From Stage to Screen Former TV personality appears . . .
Many people remember Christopher Peacock as a familiar face on London television screens. For ten years as crime reporter on ITV's London Tonight he criss-crossed the capital covering such significant events as the murder of Stephen Lawrence,
IRA bombings and the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. continued
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