Posts Tagged ‘Mark Adams’

January/February 2009

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

Happy New Year!

The new website is now more-or-less fully up and running. Please check in regularly for news about Mark Adams and That’s Amore.

Mark will be spending much of January on the high seas. He will be entertaining the passengers onboard the Queen Mary on their cruise from Grenada – Rio. Then, at the beginning of February, he will be on the Queen Victoria for their cruise from Honolulu to Apia, Samoa.

Between these two stints on the ocean wave, Mark will be returning to The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, on Sunday the 25th of January, with That’s Amore. He is delighted to be bringing the show back to the first venue they ever played with the show, almost 2 years ago. To book tickets, please visit The Marlowe Theatre’s website.

Looking ahead to later in 2009, plans are afoot for a UK Tour with That’s Amore. We will, of course, have more details about that as they become available.

That’s Amoré 2007

Thursday, September 11th, 2008

A selection of on-stage photos from the That’s Amoré tour in 2007.

That’s Amoré Coming To Stevenage!

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

Mark will be bringing That’s Amoré to Stevenage on Saturday 13th September 2008, for one night only! The show will be taking place in the Main Hall at Stevenage Leisure Centre. Tickets are available from the Box Office by calling 08700 131030 or online at www.gordon-craig.co.uk

Etholle Pegrum for BBC Essex Footlights.

Friday, September 3rd, 2004

‘If Mark Adams was not Mark Adams. he would probably be Dean Martin; he had the look, the cheek, the moves and obviously relishes a cigarette or three! The resemblance was so strong that all he needed to do was to walk on the stage to receive a huge cheer.’

Financial Times

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2003

‘His comic instincts make him far and away the most assured and fluid performer of the three.’

Indielondon.co.uk 2003

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2003

‘Adams provides most of the comedy, as the drunken Dean Martin.’….
‘Indeed the show is at its most vibrant and memorable whenever he takes to the stage, with renditions of Volare and That’s Amore more likely to get the audience singing along, than anything else, and his drunken tomfoolery, couple with his insatiable flirting, seldom failing to generate a laugh.’….
‘What he lacks in terms of looks (compared to Martin), he more than makes up for with charisma.’