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Llandyll hails from Montrose in North East Scotland and trained at The Glasgow Academy of Musical Theatre Arts (GAMTA) from 2006 to 2009, graduating at the age of 21. During his time at Gamta, he decided to teach himself piano and later guitar and after writing many songs, he is now currently co-writing a full scale musical in London.
Upon graduating, Llandyll worked for Carnival Cruise Lines as a dancer/singer for 11 months and upon completing that contract, went on to do his first UK Tour in Dancing Queen for Spirit Productions.
After a Christmas contract with Potters Theatre Company, Llandyll was then cast in the new UK Tour of the classic musical Grease understudying the roles of Kenickie and Roger. This lead to him being cast in the role of Kenickie in the brand new Irish production of Grease which played in the Cork Opera House in 2013. Following this acclaimed production, Llandyll was then cast as Aladdin in the Cork Opera House’s annual Panto.
He also played the role of a pilot in the movie musical ‘Walking On Sunshine’ which aired in Cinemas nationwide in the Summer of 2014, as well as filming numerous short films in London.
Being a rock star at heart, Llandyll’s next musical, 20th Century Boy, directed by Gary Lloyd, was a perfect rock star platform. He was cast as the understudy of the lead role, T.rex frontman Marc Bolan in the original UK Tour Cast, which toured the country from April 2014. He played the role many times.
Llandyll played the role of Double J in the revival of Saturday Night Fever, directed by Ryan McBride and choreographed by Andrew Wright. The production toured the UK from November until April 2015. He was also Fight Captain on the tour.
Having gained a huge passion for song writing, Llandyll produced and directed his first concert, ‘West End in the Gable End' in March 2014 in Montrose Town Hall to an almost sell out crowd. It featured 7 West End Performers and a choir of local singers and was a mix of brand new songs composed by Llandyll and classic West End and Broadway hits.
His musical theatre credits include 9 to 5 The Musical (Savoy), The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (Theatre Royal Stratford East), and Green Day's American Idiot (Arts Theatre + UK tour).
9 To 5 The Musical 9 To 5 The Musical tells the story of Doralee, Violet and Judy – three workmates pushed to boiling point by their sexist and egotistical boss. Concocting a plan to kidnap and turn the tables on their despicable supervisor, will the girls manage to reform their office – or will events unravel when the CEO pays an unexpected visit...
American Idiot Green Day's explosive, award-winning Broadway musical American Idiot, blasts into the UK for its West End premiere from the 17th July at The Arts Theatre, Leicester Square starring X factor finalist Amelia Lily. The story of three boyhood friends, each searching for meaning in a post 9-11 world, American Idiot features the music of...
The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin A life-affirming and funny coming-of-age story which follows Viveca, a bright African American girl from a black middle class family in LA, who dreams of becoming a dancer. Choosing to face the conflicts of a changing era in America with optimism rather than revolution, she learns to reconcile the re...
Louise Redknapp and Brian Conley are West End bound as they return to play Violet Newstead and Franklin Hart Jnr respectively in Dolly Parton’s 9 To 5 The Musical at London’s Savoy Theatre. Louise is back from 10 February 2020 and Brian makes his entrance on 2 March.
The Hoff is about to be hassled if Dolly Parton has anything to do with it. Yes, it’s David Hasselhoff who will play Franklin Hart Jnr in 9 To 5 The Musical at the Savoy Theatre from 2 December 2019 until 8 February 2020.
That 9 To 5 The Musical clock has been ticking and now Louise Redknapp is ready to return to the Savoy Theatre, playing the role of Violet Newstead from 25 March to 29 June 2019. After suffering a nasty injury shortly before the West End opening, Louise was forced to withdraw for a few weeks to recover. In her absence Caroline Sheen stepped in last minute to play the sassy office supervisor. So here’s an excuse to see the show again!
There’s 13 days to go until Dolly Parton’s 9 To 5 The Musical opens for previews at London’s Savoy Theatre & actress Caroline Sheen has roughly that same amount of time to learn the role of Violet Newstead following injured Louise Redknapp’s break from the show. Redknapp will re-join the show from the end of March. That’s showbiz…
Full casting has been announced for 9 TO 5 which will open at the Savoy Theatre, London in January. West End superstar Bonnie Langford has been announced as well as the full chorus of this classic Dolly Parton musical...