As a creative, Christopher can work with you on

• Consultancy/strategy

• Brand campaign/advertising

• Event solutions, styling and design

• Concepts and storyboarding

• Scriptwork

• Overall creative direction

As a creator of shows, events and entertainment solutions, Chris Manoe has worked worldwide as a creative director for 15 years, within the entertainment, fashion, media and music industries. He has founded three successful UK based creative agencies, Dancers Inc., Singers Inc. and Agency105, who have been trail blazers with their international portfolio of high-profile commercial clients including, Madonna, Elton John, Take That, Kylie, Pink, Janet Jackson, Michael Buble, The Black Eyed Peas, Girls Aloud, Cheryl Fernandes-Versini, Robbie Williams, Little Mix, Robin Thicke, working on project such as X Factor, The Brit Awards and 2012 Olympics, to name but a few.

Their corporate and event clients have included; Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota, Royal Bank of Scotland, HTC Mobile, Alliance & Leicester, IBM Nordic, Canon, MasterCard, L’Oreal, Vodafone, Marks & Spencer, Virgin, Stella McCartney, Nokia, Argent, Goldwell, GHD, Universal Pictures, BBC Worldwide, Superdrug, Boots and many more.

Chris’ portfolio includes producing large scale live events such as, ‘Fashion Theatre’ at The Clothes Show Live (Birmingham NEC), playing to 6,500 visitors, 7 times a day. He has also written, created and directed several theatre and dance productions including; sell-out dance spectacular Revolution, starring Adam Garcia (Theatre Royal, Haymarket); The Pretender Agenda (Charing Cross Theatre); the critically acclaimed Solitary Confinement (The Kings Head Theatre, London), Turning into Elvis (The Soho Theatre); the dark vaudeville piece, MMXI – Live (Sadler’s Wells Theatre); and most recently, Chris was delighted to direct Lorna Luft, Louise Dearman and Ray Quinn in Judy – The Songbook of Judy Garland, on the 2015 UK national tour.


…Some of the most acutely observed performances to be seen on the London Fringe…

What’s On ****

Manoe’s writing teases and cajoles he also directs with astonishing consistency and precision.

Time Out

Thank you again, it was truly amazing and again the comments I have received have been fantastic.  You make our event such a success, here’s to 2015!!

JLR – H.O.D Sept 2014

Thanks again for all your hard work and I look forward to working with you all again very soon.

JLR – Booker Sept 2014
The Songbook of Judy Garland is a wonderful and impossibly stylish production which pays tribute to a true legend. I’m desperate to try and catch it again before it leaves Glasgow and would urge anyone else to do the same!
The Public Reviews
Under Christopher Manoe’s direction, with classic choreography from Arlene Phillips, it’s difficult to not be transported back. The swelling melodies and building moments of tap dancing will generate even the coldest of hearts to melt a little.
Gay Times

Entirely captivating, heavy with dark humour and pathos…

The Stage

This is talking heads for The X Generation…

The Islington Express ****

I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you all for your contribution in making Saturday’s Long Service event an incredible evening – everyone enjoyed themselves very much indeed.

Just to let you know that MasterCard thought the show was fantastic and was really impressed on the level of talent on the stage – really good feedback if you and us – so again thanks for your hard work and direction with it all!

I can’t find fault in anything!’

MasterCard - The Brit Awards 2014
The Songbook of Judy Garland is in a league of its own. Concluding with a fitting staging of ‘Over The Rainbow’, the show is hugely enjoyable; Judy Garland fans will think they’ve died and gone to heaven.
West End Frame Reviewed by Andrew Tomlins (Editor)
‘I just wanted to say a massive thank you to you and your team. Feedback from everyone was brilliant. Couldn’t have gone better in our eyes! We can’t wait to work with you again!’
Artistic Director, Saks Hair & Beauty