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Theatre includes: Richie in A Chorus Line (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), The Rum Rum Tugger in Cats (New London), The Snake in Children of Eden (Prince Edward), John in Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Fosse (Prince of Wales), Tito Suarez in Dirty Dancing (Aldwych) and, most recently, Bill Devaney in The Bodyguard (Adelphi). Also, Four-Eyed Moe in Five Guys Named Moe (original cast, 1991-95, Lyric), Pooh-Bah in Hot Mikado (Queen’s), David in I Was Looking at the Ceiling and then I Saw the Sky (UK tour) and Dr Brodsby in A Clockwork Orange (Theatre Royal, Stratford East).
Film includes: Can’t Stop the Music and The Stud.
Television includes: Reverend Rudkin in Judge John Deed, Keith Strachen in Casualty, Mr Garrett in Torchwood, Mr Sankofa in Hollyoaks, Mr Albany in Doctors and David in Mosley.
Radio includes: presenting Junior Dance and the BBC Schools Music programme Time Tune.
Other work includes: Richard’s career began with Dougie Squires’s Second Generation which involved television and live performances throughout the UK, after which he joined Arlene Phillips’s Hot Gossip.
(Source Book of Mormon 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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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?