Adam is currently writing a version of Bonnie and Clyde for Fairground Theatre, to be produced at The Brewery (Tobacco Factory, Bristol) in October this year. He is also developing two full-length plays through Bristol Old Vic’s Ferment programme: Kick Off (previewed at Ferment, January 2010), about a group of ageing football hooligans, and Chocolate Money (produced in part at the BOV’s Short Fuses, April 2010), about theatre, class conflict and truth.
In 2007 he co-founded Fairground Theatre with Tid, for whom he has scripted four new plays: Magpie, Tide, Where You Can’t Follow and The Red Man – all produced at Tobacco Factory between 2008 and 2009.
Adam is a member of the Bristol Old Vic’s Writers Room and the Ustinov Writers Forum at Theatre Royal, Bath. He has taught the Writing For Theatre programme for 12-21 year olds at the BOV for the past three years, and wrote Gilgamesh and Joan of Arc for the BOV Young Company in 2006 and 2007 respectively.
Adam has an MA in Theatre (Playwriting) from Royal Holloway, University of London, and a BA in Theatre and Performance Studies from Warwick University.