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Colin Burnicle trained at Arts Educational Schools. Credits include Big the Musical at the Dominion Theatre, Midnight at the Union Theatre, Elf the Musical at Theatre Royal Plymouth and The Lowry where he understudied and played the role of Buddy. The European premiere of Big the Musical at Theatre Royal Plymouth and the Bord Gais Dublin, also featuring on the original cast recording of this production. Pantomimes at Mercury Theatre Colchester and Buxton Opera House. The UK tour of The Sound of Music and The Snow Dog & Jack Frost, both with Full House Theatre. White Christmas at Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Commercials for Land Rover, O2, CS:Go, Cif, Ladbrokes and Key Residential.
Colin is also a founding member of Palms Down Dance who have created work for Basic Space Festival and The Bunker, whose short dance film Jukebox Negotiations Part 2 explores and raises awareness of living with bipolar disorder, to be released later this year.
Big The Musical BIG is a joyous, heart-warming musical about 12-year-old Josh Baskin who longs to be big. When a mysterious Zoltar machine grants his wish, he finds himself trapped inside an adult’s body and he is forced to live and work in a grown-up world, but his childlike innocence has a transforming effect on the adults he encounters. With...
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Midnight The UK première of Midnight a haunting new musical thriller that matches a darkly witty psychological drama with a heart-breakingly beautiful score ... As the clock ticks towards midnight on New Year’s Eve, a husband and wife talk nervously about what the future holds for them and their fellow citizens. Welcome to Azerbaijan, part of th...
Have you watched the post-show Q&A Faves founder Terri Paddock hosted this week at MIDNIGHT? Catch up here to find out how this brand-new British musical adapted from an Azerbaijani play came about, what Stalin's Great Terror was all about, how you balance natural and supernatural, how lighting frames the stage... but no spoilers! And ask yourself: what would you do if the secret police knocked on your door?
New British musical thriller MIDNIGHT, written by Timothy Knapman and Laurence Mark Wythe, is based on an Azerbaijani story about life in the Soviet Union in the 1930s at the height of Stalin's Great Terror. See who's in the seven-strong cast of actor-musicians bringing it to the Union Theatre this September...
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Thursday 20 September 2018, Faves founder Terri Paddock makes her Union Theatre debut to talk to the writers and the stars of new actor-musician British musical MIDNIGHT. Got any questions?