Tell Them Of Us

To mark the poignant anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War last year, WAG Screen made a film about a war memorial. They selected the memorial at random as they didn’t want to choose the men whose story we would tell. They uncovered the story of one man in particular, Robert Crowder, whose family had held his memory dear and had a kept a remarkable unpublished archive of documents and photographs. The film, Tell Them of Us, is based on his story and told from the home front and from the perspective of his family. I had the honour of playing the role of his brother William Crowder.


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5 thoughts on “Tell Them Of Us

  1. We have seen your acting skills in Skegness at the Embassy, you were fab and thoroughly enjoyed your performances! wish you all the luck in the world and hope that your dream is fulfilled x

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  2. Just seen you in Peter Pan at Skegness. You were the star of the show. A talented young man. A true inspiration for young kids wishing to pursue a career in drama. Multitalented and very funny. I hope you get your big break and the success you deserve. Never give up. You were fabulous.


    1. John

      Many thanks for getting in touch and I’m over the moon you enjoyed the pantomime.

      Thank you as well for your lovely words and support, it truly means a lot and I appreciate you taking the time to contact me.

      So glad you had a great time at the Embassy!

      Kind regards

      Adam Fox


  3. I just want to say a massive thank you to you. We have seen you in pantomime at Skegness on a few occasions and you are very talented. My son has been so inspired by you that I am now signing him up for drama lessons. Thank you for sharing your amazing gift.


    1. Jayne

      I want to thank you for your kind words.

      I can’t tell you how proud it makes me to inspire young people to get involved in the arts.

      I’m made up to hear this and wish your son all the best!

      Thank you for your support

      Kind regards

      Adam Fox

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