Here is some of our great customised merchandise for this performer. Also check out:
- our general #StageFaves merchandise in the Main Shop
Do you think Stephen should be a household name? Tell the world. Share this #StageFaves message and you'll be entered into our prize draw to win this "My #StageFave" t-shirt with Stephen's name on it!
Training: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Royal Academy of Music, London.
Theatre includes: The Book of Mormon; Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys (Prince Edward, original London cast, 2009 WhatsOnStage Theatregoers’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical), Casey O’Brien in Boy Meets Boy (Jermyn Street), Emmett Forrest inLegally Blonde (Savoy and Ireland), Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered (Jermyn Street), Adam in Imagine This (Theatre Royal, Plymouth), John in Tomorrow Morning (New End), Nick Piazza in Fame (Aldwych), George in new musical Ha’penny Bridge(The Point, Dublin), Harry in When Harry Met Barry (West End showcase), Basilio in The Marriage of Figaro (Drill Hall), Boy George in Taboo (Leicester Square and UK tour), soloist in An Enchanted Evening (BBC, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and principal vocalist in Christopher Benstead’s Carmen (national premiere, Scottish Ballet).
Film includes: Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd.
Television includes: Call the Midwife.
Radio includes: Elaine Paige on Sunday.
Recordings include: Ha’penny Bridge, Tomorrow Morning and Jersey Boys.
(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...
A stream of A-listers including Paul McCartney, Bryan Cranston, Judi Dench, Henry Cavill, Whoopi Goldberg, Jack Black, Steve Martin and more have contributed to a music video for ‘The Hero – A West End & Friends Tribute’ alongside stars of London’s West End (Charlie Stemp, Marisha Wallace, Cleve September, Kerry Ellis and oodles more #StageFaves). Everyone involved wished to pay thanks to servicemen and women around the world and to raise money for the UK charity, Help For Heroes.
We last saw earlier this year in Sonheim's THE FROGS at the Jermyn Street Theatre and now the Scottish #StageFave is heading across the pond to the great white way for one night only! Next February, George Rae will perform at Broadway's supper club Feinstein's 5/4 Below, sharing stories and singing songs from his 17-year musical theatre career and beyond. He's already announced a host of special guests, from Olivier-winners to Amrican touring superstars, so to all you Broadway-bound MT fans, keep 5 February 2018 in your diary because this is one night not to be missed...