The kind of television that makes you want to drop out of modern society to the point where even cutlery could ring you to tears
Guardian Arts Review (The Great Love Swindle, E4)
Christine Rose’s depiction of psychological meltdown was brilliant … understated with a measure of controlled sanity.
Islington Gazette (Only Forever, Hope Theatre)
Acting at its absolute best.
LondonTheatre1 (Only Forever, Hope Theatre)
A truly immersive experience.
CarnsTheatrePassion (Only Forever, Hope Theatre)
A beautiful performance showing strength and vulnerability … you could feel this was a woman on the edge … Christine’s professionalism and thoughtfulness make her a great company member.
Emma Keele (Monster, Leicester Square Theatre)
Exceptional work as Joan Scott-Fowler.
Michael Billington (After The Dance, Cockpit Theatre)
A joy to work with throughout, her acting abilities exceeded all our expectations. She took instructions brilliantly and provided us with a first class voiceover, too. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her.
Tony Smith, Senior Producer, BBC
A passionate and engaged actress.
Poppy Rowley, Director, Only Forever
Christine’s all embracing hosting skills created a beautiful atmosphere for the audience and artists. I felt like I was in a room full of friends just fab.
Bazil Meade, Founder of London Community Gospel Choir London fundraising event
Her one woman ‘Fatal Attraction’ improv was a revelation!
Emma Taylor, Producer, NewsRevue
Christine embraced the idea, working with a complex brief and performed brilliantly.
Angus Crawford, Senior Producer, BBC