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Philip Catchpole is a British stage actor and musical theatre performer with numerous West End credits.
Training: The Elmhurst School for Dance and Performing Arts.
Theatre credits include: The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales), Gypsy (Savoy), u/s Boq in Wicked (Apollo Victoria), The Wizard of Oz (Palladium), Ensemble and u/s Prince Herbert, Patsy & Sir Robin in Spamalot (UK Tour), Oliver! (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Playing IQ and u/s Link Larkin in Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre), Marshall Blackstone in Babes in Arms (Chichester Festival Theatre), Cole in Stolen (Landor Theatre), White Christmas (Southampton Mayflower Theatre), Dance Captain and u/s Inventor in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Original UK National tour & London Palladium), Dick Whittington (Nottingham Theatre Royal), Footloose (Original European Tour), Cinderella (Sunderland Empire), Sleeping Beauty with the Vienna Festival Ballet (UK National Tour) and performing on-board P&O Cruises (Cruising Musicals Consortium, Aurora Theatre Company).
Television & Film credits include: This Morning (ITV) and playing a Masquerade Dancer in the feature film The Phantom of the Opera.
(Source: Updated from Gypsy show website.)
The Tony Award-winning musical from the writers of South Park comes to the West End.Written by the animated sitcom’s creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez, The Book Of Mormon is a satirical musical that takes shots at everything from organised religion to consumerism, the state of the economy and the musica...
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Based on the true life memoirs of legendary burlesque entertainer, Gypsy Rose Lee, the 1959 Broadway musical Gypsy tells the tale of Momma Rose and her two daughters, Baby June and Louise, trekking across America in their family vaudeville act. But times are changing, audiences are expecting more, and the two girls have their own ambitions in mind....
Those Mormon boys are still going squeaky-clean strong in the West End as they extend their booking period again at the Prince of Wales Theatre. Have you seen them yet? How many times? Who's your favourite Elder?