Adam Sopp

Adam Sopp graduated from the Bristol Old Vic in 2007. Theatre includes: We’ll Live And Die In These Towns (Belgrade Theatre Coventry); The Dog Beneath The Skin (Jermyn Street Theatre/Proud Haddock); 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips (Kneehigh/Shakespeare’s Globe); Sunny Afternoon (Hampstead Theatre/West End); The El Train (Hoxton Hall); Symphony (Nabokov/Waterloo Vaults); Backbeat (West End/World Tour); This Place Means (Greenwich & Docklands International Festival); Naked Soldiers (Warehouse Theatre); The Daughter In Law (New Vic); A Chorus of Disapproval (Mercury Theatre/Ipswich Wolsey); All Quiet on the Western Front (Nottingham Playhouse/UK Tour); (In Parenthesis) (Churchill Theatre/ATG); Les Miserables (West End) and Oliver! (West End).
Television and film includes The Capture, Call The Midwife, Casualty, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, Lost Honour of Christopher Jeffries, Father Brown, WPC 56, Holby City, Expectation Management, Doctors, Casualty 1907, Teenage Kicks, Abroad and Grange Hill.
Adam is also an accomplished musician playing for various bands including allthingsmata, Oh Brother, Paperlands, Lauren Spiteri and George Maguire. His main band allthingsmata opened British Summer Time last year at Hyde Park supporting Richard Ashcroft and Roger Waters of Pink Floyd.