ABOVE THE STAG , VAUXHALL 14th November 2021
THE WEST END at BRIGHTON FRINGE ’21
‘THE WORLD in words and music according to COWARD & PORTER’
A brief journey into the careers, friendship and playful rivalry of Noel Coward & Cole Porter,
two theatrical giants of the 20th Century.
Conceived & performed by West End leading actor MARK INSCOE with JOSHUA MILLS on piano.
JUNE 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 6th at 6.30pm ‘The Oil Shed’ at The Warren – Victoria Gardens (by the Brighton Pavilion)
EXCITING NEWS !!
‘DON’T DENY THE BEAST’!
HEAR MY VOICE OVER FOR THIS NEW TV CAMPAIGN FOR McCOYS CRISPS.
Thanks to Chris Charles at Voiceover Soho, SohoVoices !
Thrilled to be part of this lineup of incredible LGBTQ musical theatre artists for Break Free which shares a bit of our personal journeys alongside incredible music. Premieres 19 Feb and tickets available at Thespie.com, with proceeds going to Stonewall UK.
Riverside Studios, Hammersmith. 2010-2012
Tete a Tete Opera Company. Directed by Bill Bankes Jones.
Happy memories of two winter seasons with such a ‘summery’ show! Performed acoustically in traverse in the huge TV studio 2 ( incidentally, where I rehearsed with the original London Cast of SUNSET BOULEVARD !)
My New Character Voicereel
Thanks to Peter Morris and our wonderful engineer (and so much more!) Rob Ackerman at VOICEOVER SOHO for helping me create this character reel – in the hope of bringing in some Animation Voice Work.
My Fair Lady – Kilworth
Thankyou for two of the happiest contracts of my career – playing Emile DeBecque in SOUTH PACIFIC & my favourite role ever, Henry Higgins in MY FAIR LADY !
Wishing Ceal Mackay and Adam Watkiss a very Happy Retirement ! You’ll be missed. KILWORTH HOUSE THEATRE is the most magical performance venue!
Happy 34th Birthday to the original THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA!!
i joined the company of the original production of Phantom in 1990 ! An incredible production in the perfect theatre.
HAPPY 35th BIRTHDAY to LES MISERABLES !
Crazy to think that the London Production of LES MISERABLES is celebrating its 35th Birthday – despite the extraordinary upheavals and temporary closure.
I’m very proud to have played a part in this epic journey – My very first West End job. In 1987 I joined the second cast (actually many of the original Barbican cast were still there!). After 6 months as Swing, I was given the role of Grantaire, understudying Marius & Enjolras, then after a further 6 months, also played the Factory Foreman.