Christopher Thomas is from Kent and has been performing from a young age, acting professionally in the West End under directorship of Cameron Mackintosh, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Bill Kenwright. He trained vocationally at The Royal Ballet School and Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance graduating in 2017. While at The Royal Ballet School, Chris performed alongside The Royal Ballet Company at The Royal Opera House and with the school at The Linbury Studio Theatre.

During his time at Rambert School he performed with Rambert Dance Company in Mark Baldwin’s 'The Creation' (Sadler's Wells and Garsington Opera) and Itzik Galili's 'A Linha Curva' (Sadler's Wells). Alongside working with choreographers Didy Veldman, Mark Bruce and Antonia Grove at Rambert, Chris has been creating his own work with pieces performed at The Anya Linden Studio Theatre, The Platform Theatre and Lillian Baylis Studio Theatre. In his second year Chris was awarded the Charlotte Kirkpatrick Award.

Upon graduation Chris started work with choreographer Arielle Smith and has been developing his own choreographic work with Hannah McGlashon on their first collaborative project which premiered in September 2017.