Chris Goode

Chris Goode is a writer, performance maker and musician. In 1999 he set up the theatre company Signal to Noise. Since 2001 he has been Artistic Director of camden people’s theatre, and also Associate Director with Unlimited Theatre, which was awarded a Fringe First at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2001, for the show Neutrino. In 2002 he won a second Fringe First for his one-person show Kiss of Life, which previewed at cpt before its run at Pleasance Dome. And in 2003 he took his production of Napoleon in Exile (initially developed at cpt for the 2002 Sprint Festival) to an acclaimed run at the Traverse, and subsequently to a London outing at The Drill Hall. He has been described by The Guardian as "one of the most exciting talents working in Britain today".  In addition, he has worked widely as a musician and sound artist (including the duo COAT with Jeremy Hardingham, and collaboration with the installation artist Emily Orley).


 

 

Publications

TitleAuthorDetailsBuy Now
Boomer Console Chris Goode £4.00, 32pp, ISBN 978-1-903488-05-8, 2000
Out of Print
 
No Son House Chris Goode 24pp, ISBN 978-1-903488-39-3, 2004
Out of Print
 
Go Portland, Or Chris Goode 36pp, ISBN 978-1-903488-26-3
Out of Print
 
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