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Although Gary was born into showbiz (his Father was the Bass voice that sang the unforgettable line “I Am A Mole And I Live In A Hole”), he had no early ambitions for the stage. However, he had always shown a talent to entertain and so with encouragement from those around him, he took his first step on the road to stardom. Innumerable guest appearances on television culminated in several of his own TV series gaining him a national ‘star profile’ following his breakthrough as a contestant on New Faces. (Source: www.garywilmot.co.uk)
Gary Wilmot's many musical theatre credits include: The Prince of Egypt, Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear - The Musical, Little Miss Sunshine, The Wind in the Willows, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Oklahoma!, The Pajama Game, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Big.
We kept hoping for a London transfer for Flowers for Mrs Harris... But, particularly during lockdown, this is probably even better. If you missed your chance to see this award-winning musical in 2018, be sure to tune in over the next month.
An original cast recording of The Prince Of Egypt, the new musical based on the acclaimed DreamWorks Animation film, will be released on Ghostlight Records in digital and streaming formats on 3 April 2020. A physical CD will be available later this year.
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O’Bree attending the opening of The Prince Of Egypt at London’s Dominion Theatre. In the same week that the run of this epic production was extended by seven weeks, until 21 October 2020, Perry was busy catching up with the stars on the Red Carpet (Kerry Ellis, Jay McGuiness, Elaine Paige) as well as the creative team, including legendary composer Stephen Schwartz and his son Scott, the show’s director.
It’s been quite a week for the London production of The Prince Of Egypt with its official opening at London’s Dominion Theatre and news announced that the show’s run will be extended for a further seven weeks, with tickets available for the period up to 21 October 2020.
We’ve heard a lot about the grown-ups appearing in the London production of The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre, based on the celebrated DreamWorks Animation film, but now it’s time for the cast of young performers to shine.