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For as far back as I can remember I have loved singing and acting. At seven I joined a choir, and as soon as I could, I started performing in school plays. My first part was Kurt in The Sound of Music.

From these humble beginnings began my passionate, life long love affair with performing and Musical Theatre.

Award Winner

I have since gone on to win a double national singing award, one in the Musical Theatre category. I have performed on the two largest stages in the West End; Theatre Royal Drury Lane and The London Palladium. I have also spent many years as a professional solo artist and actor, toured with a musical show and performed shows off West End.

I was inspired to create this West End Musical Theatre tour whilst performing in another London walking tour. Now I can share my passion, knowledge and excitement of all things Musical Theatre with you. I have had tremendous fun creating this tour; if you come and join me on this adventure, I am certain you will relish the experience as much as I will enjoy sharing it with you.





I am a writer and researcher of many genres. I first got involved in theatre at secondary school designing sets and having drama lessons. I thoroughly enjoyed writing the script for the musical theater walking tour that Neil is performing.

At school, my teachers said I’d the most tatty handwriting they’d ever encountered. It hasn't stopped me gaining a psychology degree, becoming a solicitor, writing several books, numerous plays, and poems.

I now travel globally, visiting far flung places including China and Australia, talking about my writing. I’ve appeared in several films and television productions. I enjoy singing and playing my flute which help with my writing. When I'm relaxing I like to watch period dramas, Buffy and go diving.



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