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Jack North trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
His theatre credits include Robertson Ay in Mary Poppins (Prince Edward), Boy in The Country Wife (Chichester Festival Theatre), Waxy in Pinocchio (National Theatre), Original London Cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Palace Theatre), Tobias in Sweeney Todd with the English National Opera opposite Emma Thompson, Peter Pan in Concert at the Adelphi Theatre, Baby John in West Side Story with the BBC Proms, Kings of Broadway at the Palace Theatre, Boy in The Country Wife, Little Rock in Gypsy and Tom Thumb in Barnum at Chichester Festival Theatre, Kiss Me, Kate at Royal Albert Hall, 42nd Street at the London Palladium, and The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe at Kensington Gardens.
His television and film credits include Chasing Shadows, Breathe and the BBC Proms.
Mary Poppins Mary Poppins is one of the biggest stage musical successes to emerge from London or New York in recent years. Worldwide, the six productions of the show have grossed over $521 million, welcomed over 7 million guests and cumulatively run for over 12 years. The musical is the winner of 36 major theatre awards around the globe, including...
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Pinocchio On a quest to be truly alive, Pinocchio leaves Geppetto’s workshop with Jiminy Cricket in tow. Their electrifying adventure takes them from alpine forests to Pleasure Island to the bottom of the ocean. This spectacular new production brings together the director of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and the writer of Matilda the Musical. ...
Ready to step in time? Amy Griffiths, Claire Moore, Claire Machin, Jack North and Barry James are doing just that as they join Zizi Strallen, Charlie Stemp, Joseph Millson and Petula Clark in the new production of Mary Poppins which returns to its original West End home, the Prince Edward Theatre, from 23 October 2019.