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Michael Vinsen is a London-based actor whose theatre credits include: Hairspray (London Coliseum), [title of show] (Above the Stag), Just Another Love Song, Chorus Boy in Follies (National Theatre); Ensemble in Kinky Boots (Adelphi); u/s Elder Price in The Book Of Mormon (Prince of Wales); lead role of Peter in Bare the Musical (Union and Greenwich); Aaron and u/s Emmett Legally Blonde (No. 1 UK tour); Eugene, Doody, Teen Angel, Vince Fontaine in Grease (Piccadilly); Brad and u/s Link Larkin and Corny Collins in Hairspray (Shaftesbury, original London company); We Will Rock You (Theatre 11, Zurich); Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal Wakefield) and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (New Victoria Theatre, Woking).
Television credits include: Laurence in Abigail's Party (sitcom training project for ITV); Royal Variety Performance (ITV); Hairspray the School Musical (Sky 1); This Morning (ITV) and The Paul O'Grady Show (ITV).
Something to look forward to! Hairspray has nabbed new dates for its coronavirus-cancelled run this spring at English National Opera's London Coliseum.
Have we got news for you. Paul Merton will make his West End musical debut as Wilbur Turnblad in Hairspray at the London Coliseum from 23 April to 30 August 2020, as full casting is announced. We can’t wait to see him strutting his stuff in the new production alongside his onstage wife, as played by Michael Ball who reprises his Olivier Award-winning role.
Stephen Sondheim's FOLLIES makes its National Theatre debut in September, care of director Dominic Cooke. Who'll be joining Imelda Staunton, Philip Quast, Janie Dee and other previously announced principals in the 37-strong cast...
Happy #RedNoseDay! Have you seen the StageFaves featured in Comic Relief's brilliant new video? Lin-Manuel Miranda and Rebel Wilson audition to become Stephen Hawking's new voice, while Andrew Lloyd Webber takes to the keyboards to compose a new musical in honour of the scientist, Everybody's Hawking. Plus, KINKY BOOTS is on fundraising fire for Comic Relief...