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Clive Rowe (27 March 1964, Oldham, Lancashire) is a British actor, probably best known for his role as Norman "Duke" Ellington in BBC Children's drama The Story of Tracy Beaker. Rowe grew up in Shaw, Lancashire, in the parish of East Crompton and attended St. James Primary School. He is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Clive Rowe has appeared in many pantomimes.
His renowned musical theatre credits include Sister Act, Blues in the Night, Sweet Charity, In The Willows, Carousel, Company, Guys and Dolls, Mother Goose, Simplz Heavenly, and The Light Princess.
Casting for the return of Sister Act just keeps getting better, not least Olivier Award winner Clive Rowe. Watch what Whoopi Goldberg says about making her London stage debut in the hit adaptation of her film.
Following the previously announced season of new musicals for MTFestUK 2020 at London’s Turbine Theatre, the full casts have been revealed for the shows and the line-up of talented performers taking part is pretty impressive. Read on to find out more...
Full casting has been confirmed for the UK tour of In The Willows – the explosive brand new musical retelling of The Wind In The Willows – from the award-winning Metta Theatre. Olivier award-winning actor Clive Rowe stars as Mr Badger will be teaming up with X Factor fave Seann Miley Moore (Duck), Let It Shine’s Matt Knight (Chief Weasel) and deaf street dancer Chris Fonseca (Otter). Will you be joining in the adventures?
The gang of four join the previously announced Adrian Lester, Jason Manford, Meow Meow, Clive Rowe & Joe Stilgoe in the much-anticipated semi-staged concert of the classic musical, directed by Stephen Mear and running for three performances from 19-20 October 2018.
How many years has it been since Adrian Lester did a musical? How many other stellar #StageFaves can director-choreographer Stephen Mear pack into his mega concert staging of Broadway classic GUYS & DOLLS at London's Royal Albert Hall in October?