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Killian is originally from Meath, Ireland. He was nominated for a 2016 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for Kinky Boots.
Theatre includes: Jean Valjean in Les Miserables (Queens Theatre), Charlie in Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre and Broadway); Dewey in Memphis The Musical (Shaftesbury Theatre); Deco in The Commitments (Palace Theatre); Tony in Billy Elliot the Musical (Victoria Palace Theatre); Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's Theatre); Enjolras in Les Misérables (Queen's Theatre), before which he understudied and played the roles of Jean Valjean and Javert, Collins in Michael Collins (Cork Opera House); Sweeney Todd (Gate Theatre, Dublin); Ethan Girard in The Full Monty (Olympia Theatre); Tony in West Side Story (The Solstice); Declan in The Wireman (Gaiety Theatre) and Rod in Singin' in the Rain (Olympia Theatre).
Workshops include: Pink in The Wall directed by Simon McBurney and Deco in The Commitments.
Concerts include: The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary (Royal Albert Hall); Courfeyrac in Les Misérables 25th Anniversary (O2 Arena); You Should Be Dancing (National Concert Hall, Dublin) and Les Misérables (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Isle of Wight).
Television includes: Showbands (BBC); The Last Furlong (RTE); Batchelors Walk (RTE); The Tudors (BBC); The Late Late Show (RTE) and Open House (RTE).
Film includes: Combeferre in Les Misérables (Working Title Films) directed by Tom Hooper.
Other credits include: Les Misérables Chorus in The 85th Academy Awards (Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles).
Oh how we do wish they were somehow here again... Killian Donnelly and Holly-Anne Hull only had 13 performances as the Phantom and Christine, and sadly they won't get any more as the remainder of the 14-month UK and Ireland tour of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has now been cancelled.
Everybody obviously did say ‘yeah’ when invited along to More2Screen’s cinema release of Kinky Boots The Musical because the screenings have so far brought in £1.2 million at the box office to date AND it was the No. 1 film on 4 February 2020. Don’t worry if you missed it either, there are still encore showings you catch up with.
As we count down to KINKY BOOTS sashaying into 650+ cinema screens via More2Screen in February, have a look at the official cinema trailer - and eight other unmissable videos that trace the journey for this Northampton-set screen-to-stage-to-screen Broadway and West End hit.
Two weeks from today (21 January 2020), KINKY BOOTS sashays back into cinema as Kinky Boots The Musical gets its cinematic release. Faves founder Terri Paddock got a sneak-peek at an advance private screening along with leading lady-man Matt Henry and other members of the cast, reuniting a year after the musical hung up its heels in the West End...
Talk about a date to mark in your new year diary! KINKY BOOTS is strutting back into our hearts in just over a month, with its original West End stars, Olivier Awards winner Matt Henry and Olivier Awards nominee Killian Donnelly, reprising their roles on the big screen as More2Screen broadcasts the multi-award-winning musical to 650+ cinemas on 4 and 9 February 2020.