Fallen Angel Theatre Company

Established in 2007, Fallen Angel focuses on new writing and innovative revivals of provocative and challenging works.


2014 Tess of the D'Urbervilles, by Thomas Hardy, a new musical adaptation by Alex Loveless, New Wimbledon Studio

2010 The Remains of the Day, Alex Loveless’ musical adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Booker Prize winning novel, Union Theatre

2010 Stairway to Heaven, by Steve Hennessy, Blue Elephant Theatre

2010 Vampire Nights, two plays by Crysse Morrison and Conor McPherson, Alma Theatre Bristol.

2010 Gifted, by Peter Billingham, White Bear Theatre Kennington.

2010 Blavatsky's Tower, by Moira Buffini, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre.

2009, Normal by Anthony Neilson, The Brewery, Tobacco Factory Bristol.

2009, Moonshadow by Steve Hennessy, White Bear Theatre Kennington.

2009, Ray Collins Dies On Stage by Mark Breckon, Alma Theatre Bristol.

2008, Bram Stoker's Dracula, a musical adaptation by Alex Loveless, White Bear Theatre Kennington.

2007-2008, The Custom of the Country by John Fletcher, White Bear Theatre Kennington.




Photograph of Chris Loveless Chris trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Recent work includes Bel-Ami (Charing Cross Theatre); Diary of a Madman (national tour); Peregrine (tour); Dominic (tour); Five Kinds of Silence (White Bear).

Other work includes Lullabies of Broadmoor - A Broadmoor Quartet (Edinburgh, Finborough, & tour); The Remains of the Day (Union); Normal, Othello (Tobacco Factory); Dracula, Moonshadow, The Custom of the Country (White Bear).

Chris is Artistic Director of Fallen Angel, and an associate director of Stepping Out and The Ashton Group. He was Associate Director of the White Bear from 2009 - 2013. His productions have received widespread critical acclaim, several having been named critics’ choice by the Evening Standard/Time Out. He has on three occasions been awarded Arts Council individual funding for his work, and in 2010 was nominated for the Off West End Theatre Award for Best Director. Later this/early next year, he will direct Diary of a Madman in New York and Toulouse.




Annabel_Bates2.jpg (9773 bytes) Annabel trained at Central School of Speech and Drama graduating in 2006 (BA Acting). She has experience in all aspects of the industry.

Her credits include Othello at the Leicester Square Theatre, Making It (Indie Brit Feature) and several voiceover roles in LYNX adverts.

As well as acting, Annabel began training with Hopscotch Films in 2010 to become a producer. She went on to work for the BBC and BFI and is currently developing the feature film: The Infectious Imagination of Henry Bramble with Hopscotch Films and Delfilm.

Annabel also teaches LAMDA and Trinity qualifications.




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