I Once Cared - Jordan Hunt Music Video by Theo Adams Company

Theo Adams has directed a new video for Jordan Hunt's (Theo Adams Company's Musical Director) new single 'I Once Cared'. Taken from his debut EP 'Long Lost'

The first instalment of Theo Adams Company’s ‘Slow Curtain... The End’ -a series of filmed performative episodes shot in one take. 

A Theo Adams Company Production

Director: Theo Adams | 1st AD: Sam Williams | DOP: Paul Bates | Gaffer: Ryan Monteith | 2nd Unit Camera: Ben Streek & Jon Scott | B Roll: Sam Kilcoyne | Editor: Sam Williams | Post Production: Ryan Dzierzek | Colour Grading: Oisín O’Driscoll at The Mill

Production Design: David White | Set: Alice Kirkpatrick & Danny Hyland | Makeup: Isamaya Ffrench | Hair: Soichi Inagaki | Styling: Nick Royal 

Production: Jenny Law, Marius Rocholl, Chris Murdoch | Special Thanks to: Hannah Bellil and Hannah May at Prettybird UK

Choreomania - Film by Theo Adams Company

We are pleased to present a new short film capturing the frenzy of Theo Adams Company’s production ‘Choreomania’ last summer.

Film Documentation : Director & Editor: Vidsett | Cinematographer: Rik Burnell | Focus puller: Jimmy Woodmass | Colourist: Max Goldini | Equipment Rental: Quinpix Digital

Waulking - Loverboy X Matches by Theo Adams Company

Theo Adams and Matt Lambert have co-directed a film for LOVERBOY's debut womenswear collection for Matches. Premiered by British Vogue, read more about the project with an in-depth article by Jerry Stafford on the British Vogue website HERE

Full Credits at the end of the film.

Tantrum : LOVERBOY - AW18 by Theo Adams Company

Theo Adams Company staged Charles Jeffrey's AW18 show as part of London Fashion Week Mens. - 

Nick Knight and the SHOWstudio team captured the show.  The full film above.

 “A blistering howl of a show that, in staging at least, recalled Alexander McQueen at his best.” The Guardian

"The Top 10 Moments from the Men’s Shows: 1. Never one to shy away from the theatrical, Jeffrey’s very personal runway show began with ghoulish performers moving about the show venue in a screaming-and-howling rage, which he said was intended to highlight the challenges of a queer upbringing. The performance — which was choreographed by Jeffrey’s friend and longtime collaborator Theo Adams — featured dancers throwing themselves onto the crowd. The collection, his strongest yet, revealed remnants of Jeffrey’s Scottish background (tartan and heavy knits) mixed with his peculiar yet masterful approach to tailoring. But it was the performance’s scare tactic that left a considerable impression on the attendees even two cities later." The New York Times

"The immaculate touch with which Jeffrey approaches his theatrical world – both in design and delivery – is impressive to say the least. Staged as a salon show by current it-director Theo Adams, his show featured ghoulish performance artists clapping perversely at the models as they walked by. It seemed like a comment on Jeffrey’s own millennial generation reflected around the city’s design studios, of young outsiders-cum-designers, who pine for instant validation and fame." British Vogue

“You felt like you’d been taken through something emotionally educational.“ American Vogue

"Charles Jeffrey presented his most riotously fun experiment in melding fashion and theatre together on the catwalk. Working with the Theo Adams Company, this season he explored the social ideas of Velvet Rage -- The clothes, the ideas and the catwalk spectacle worked together in harmony; it was an incredibly visceral fashion experience of the kind we are not often witness too...It felt like a “moment”." i-D

“Charles Jeffrey Loverboy staged one of those shows that will be talked about for years. It had passion, anger, raw emotion, and it also had fantastic clothes. During the show, I thought, this feels like early Alexander McQueen.
While guests were still being seated, screams were heard. It was performers from the Theo Adams Company, who ran screeching onto the catwalk. More emerged, screeching, running, acting unsettled. When the show began, they took their seats in the middle of the catwalk, hollering, cajoling and spitting at the models as they walked by. If only the audiences at shows had such visceral reactions.“
The Financial Times

Director - Theo Adams | Musical Director - Jordan Hunt | Choreography - Masumi Saito


The 11 O’clock Number by Theo Adams Company

Theo Adams Company staged the last ever salon show at Londons legendary 'Annabel's' with designer Halpern on November 21st with a production entitled The 11 O’clock Number

"Designer Halpern and performance art wonder Theo Adams took subversive glamour to new levels as they staged the last-ever salon show at the old Annabel’s in Mayfair.

If you’re not already familiar with the names Michael Halpern and Theo Adams, you’re officially a dying species. " British Vogue

Read the full article about the production by Vogue HERE

The 11 O’clock Number

Theo Adams Company X Halpern

Cast: Georgie Bee |  Sophia Monique Brown | Emman Debattista | Anna Lewenahupt | Nando Messias | Mariya Mizuno | Sarah Moore | Masumi Saito

Director - Theo Adams | Musical Director - Jordan Hunt | Choreographer - Masumi Saito | Movement Director - Nando Messias

Makeup - Guy Common | Hair - Shiori Takahashi | Additional Music and Mastering - Helen Noir | Production - PRETTYBIRD

Kindly Supported by Christian Louboutin

Special thanks to: Jordan Robson, Hannah Bellil, Chris Murdoch, Charlotte Arif, Alexandra Meyers, Hannah May, Effect Event & Annabel’s.

Photos by Darrell Berry

Sleek Magazine Portraits by Theo Adams Company

Photographer Louie Banks shot a series of portraits backstage of our production Choreomania exclusively for Sleek Magazine

Photography - Louie Banks | Set Design – Alice Kirkpatrick | Wardrobe – Ed Marler & Matthew Josephs | Makeup - Guy Common & the MAC pro team | Hair - Shiori Takahashi

BLOOD by Theo Adams Company

For King Kong Magazine's 'Transformation Issue' Theo Adams Company collaborated with filmmaker and photographer Matt Lambert to present BLOOD. An exploration of family dynamics through a series of performative responses to various universal themes of family life. Joining some of the Theo Adams Company performers for the project is one of our long-time muses Pippa Brooks and her teenage identical twin sons Joe and Duke who responded to the same themes in their own personal way. OUT NOW


See the full story HERE

Photography Matt Lambert | Creative Direction Theo Adams | Performers Pippa Brooks, Duke Brooks, Joe Brooks, Nando Messias, Sophia Brown, Jordan Hunt, Yen-Ching Lin, Jordan Robson, Anna Lewenhaupt, Mariya Mizuno | Set Design Alice Kirkpatrick | Movement Direction Nando Messias | Stylist Nick Royal | Makeup Isamaya Ffrench | Hair Shiori Takahashi | Production  Prettybird | Production Coordinator Ella Knight