Drew Gasparini – Live in London

9th & 10th November, 2014 8pm each evening

Following his sold out London debut, award winning composer/lyricist and performing singer/songwriter Drew Gasparini returns to the UK for two nights only!

With a number of musicals under his belt, a contributing composer on NBC’s SMASH and named one of Playbill’s “Contemporary Musical Theatre Songwriter’s You Should Know” – this guy is not to be missed!
THE SONGS OF DREW GASPARINI (9th November) features music from Drew’s album “I Could Use A Drink” presented at the Kennedy Centre in 2012 and to sold out audiences at Joe’s Pub NYC.  This is the first time for his show to hit London featuring some of the West End’s biggest voices.
THE PLATFORM LDN (10 November) is the British branch of the transatlantic concert series ThePlatform in association with Drew Gasparini, who hosts ThePlatformNYC in New York.  ThePlatform promotes contemporary composers based in NYC with emerging international vocal talent.
If you love new writing then clear your calendar.
Tickets are £12.50 separately or £21.00 for both shows.

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9th & 10th November, 2014
9th November – The Songs of Drew Gasparini
10th November – The PLATFORM LDN – hosted by Drew Gasparini 

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17th FEBRUARY – 28th MARCH, 2015


Apartment 40C

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 Apartment 40C

Next Showing: St James Studio – 6-12 April, 2015

The first true export out of the London Theatre Workshop, since it opened its doors in March 2014; a new musical conceived, written, workshopped and now mounted as a full production, Apartment 40C.

Written by Artistic Directors of London Theatre Workshop, Ray Rackham (book and lyrics) and Tom Lees (music), the musical explores how relationships are affected by the endless possibility of choice. Told over the course of one evening, the musical examines decades of love, happiness, regret and loss; chances taken and options missed; and how it is sometimes impossible to make any kind of distinction between the past and the present.

Rackham and Lees are the team behind London Theatre Workshop’s inaugural production of Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days. They are nominees for Best Director of a New Production of a Play or Musical (Rackham) and Best Musical Director of a Fringe Musical (Lees) at this year’s Broadwayworld Awards for Ordinary Days, which itself has been nominated in the Best Musical category at both the Broadwayworld and Off West End Theatre Awards.

The cast includes Alex Crossley, Alex James Ellison, Peter Gerald, Johnjo Flynn, Nova Skipp & Lizzie Wofford. Click here for full cast biographies.

The North/South Divine

14 and 15 December, 2014


Kate is from Bolton.
Fiona is from Sussex.

Kate says, “Hiya, Love”.
Fiona says, “Hello, Darling”.

Through the playful and comedic medium of songs and devised sketches, from old favourites to some off the most exciting emerging musical theatre writing, Kate and Fiona will explore the North-South Divide. With different viewpoints from all the Great British Isles, “The North/South Divine” is set to take you on a musical whirlwind, looking at family, relationships, life away from home and just what makes each of us so wonderfully different!

Kate England
Fiona Green
Musical Director: Noam Galperin

Written and Produced by Fiona Green.

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Katie – Alex Crossley
Eddie – Alex James Ellison
Kate: Lizzie Wofford
Ed: Johnjo Flynn
Kathryn: Nova Skipp
Edward: Peter Gerald

unnamed (14)Alex Crossley (“Katie”): Apartment 40c marks Alex’s professional London debut. Alex studied at Bath and roles whilst studying included Ariel in Footloose, Aida in Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida, and Serena in Fame. Alex sings regularly in cabarets and concerts, and opened the Assembly Room’s Fashion Show. Most recently, Alex appeared in Little Shop of Horrors at The Network Theatre, Waterloo.





alex_ellisonAlex James Ellison (“Eddie”): Alex is from Brighton and trained at the BRIT School of Performing Arts and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Since graduating, he has appeared in various adverts including Flybe, Pure and Singstar, as well as Best of Friends at the Landor and One of Those Days and the Lost Theatre. He is also a singer/songwriter and has been gigging across the country, promoting his debut EP Duvet Days, which is available on iTunes.




Lizzie Wofford (“Kate”): Lizzie graduated from Mountview this year. Credits whilst training include: Roma Queen in new musical Yusupov, Angel City Four in City of Angels, Shirley in The Producers, Johanna in Sweeney Todd, Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Duchess in Me and My Girl. Other credits include: Rebel Royal in By Royal Command (Almeida), Woman Two in Edges (Lichfield Garrick), Featured Soloist in NYMT’s An Evening with Matt Lucas and Friends (Vaudeville), Mrs Lovett in NYMT’s productions of Sweeney Todd (Village Underground and Rose Theatre, Kingston) and Sherrif Pack in YMT’s productions of Out There (South Hill Park and Riverside Studios). Radio Credits include: Izzy Black in The Archers, Princess Elizabeth in Gunpowder Women and The Tree in Treesplitting (BBC Radio Four).



 Johnjo Flynn (“Ed”):  Johnjo graduated from ArtsEd in 2006 and made his West End début in The Anniversary Concert of Side By Side by Sondheim (Novello Theatre). Johnjo went on to other projects including: The Twelve Irish Tenors (Europe & USA tours), Imagine This (world premiere: Theatre Royal Plymouth, playing Jacob), Blood Brothers (UK tour, playing Perkins), Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre, u/s Enjolras, playing Montparnasse).  Other Les Misérables credits include: The 25th Anniversary Concert (O2 Arena) and Les Misérables The Movie.  He also played Jake in The Famous Five (Tabard Theatre), Lee Harvey Oswald and The Balladeer in Sondheim’s Assassins (Pleasance Theatre), Andrew in Boy Meets Boy (Jermyn St Theatre) and played the part of WWI The Great War I German Spy Carl Hans Lody (BBC).  Johnjo is represented by John Rogerson at The Soundcheck Group and is delighted to be performing in London Theatre Workshop’s production of Apartment 40C.



unnamed (16)Nova Skipp (“Kathryn”): Nova trained at the Arts Educational Schools, London. West End credits include: Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales & tour), Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s & Manchester Opera House), cover Jane in Salad Days (Vaudeville Theatre & tour), The Sound of Music (London Palladium). Tours: cover Lorelei Lee in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, cover Grace in Annie, Jellylorum in Cats (Stuttgart), cover Anna in The King and I, Miss Cuff in Acorn Antiques, Girl 1 in The Two most Perfect Things, cover Beverly & Susan in Abigail’s Party, Auntie Lou in Carrie’s War. Repertory: The Sounds of Music (Sheffield Crucible), Kes (York Theatre Royal), A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Troilus & Cressida (Regent’s Park), Ado Annie in Oklahoma!, LV in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Jan in Bedroom Farce and Carrie in Carousel (Yeovil Octagon), Julie Jordan in Carousel (Perth Theatre, Scotland), Janet in The Rocky Horror Show and Sandy in Grease (Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man), Side by Side by Sondheim and Grace Farrell in Annie (Gordon Craig< Stevenage) and Kes (Derby Theatre). Fringe: Young Sally in Follies (Landor), The Queen/Wezenina in Odette (Bridewell), Emma Goldman in Assassins (Pleasance, Islington), Just Another Love Story (Brighton Festival & London Theatre Workshop), Mrs Smith in Meet me in St Louis (Landor) and Meg Boyd in Damn Yankees (Landor).


Peter Gerald (“Edward”): Theatre includes: Harlequino in the Hypochondriac, The Oresteia (NT), Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (Comedy), Thenardier in Les Miserables (Palace), Noah Claypole in Oliver! (National Tour & Toronto), Jesus in Godspell (National Tour), Lee Harvey Oswald in Assassins (Derby), Adrian in The Secret Diary on Adrian Mole (Colchester), Thorin in The Hobbit (Lyric Hammersmith), Houdini in Houdini (National Tour), Ronnie in Chicken Soup With Barley (New End), Graziano in The Merchant of Venice (Lichfield), Hamilton/Ranseck in Kitty and Damnation, Scrooge in a Christmas Carol (Best Actor Nominee Off West End Awards) (Giant Olive), Phil/Older Bobby in Dreamboats and Petticoats (National Tour), Put on a Happy Face (Landor), Tom in The Thing About Men (Landor),  Jules Pascin in the one man show – Picasso is Coming … Ce Soir (St James Theatre).  TV includes: David in Playacting (ITV). The Oresteia (Ch 4), I Remember Nelson (Central), Yitzak Rabin in Iran – Guarding The Revolution (BBC). Film: Juis Suis Daddy (Blacklight Prods), Genes (Inopean Prods), Stefan in Ice (Shoot Jam Prods). Radio includes; Tess or the D’Urbevilles, Scrooge in A More or Less Christmas Carol (BBC Radio 4).

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Masterclass with Drew Fornarola and Scott Elmegreen

Saturday 16 May 2015
Tickets from £25
American musical theatre writers Scott Elmegreen and Drew Fornarola (Tiananmen, Vote for Me, College: The Musical) lead a masterclass in song performance and song interpretation. Get your questions about performance-life in New York and the business of musical theatre creation. This class is open to performers, composers and auditors.
Just 10 participant slots available!
MASTERCLASS only: £25 Participants, £8 Auditors
MASTERCLASS plus VOTE FOR ME (16 May, 3pm performance): £30 Participants, £15 Auditors
Email LTW.vote@gmail.com to reserve your ticket now!


An Evening with Drew Fornarola and Scott Elmegreen

Sunday 17th May, 6pm
Tickets £8

New York contemporary musical theatre writers Drew Fornarola and Scott Elmegreen (Vote for Me, College: The Musical, Tiananmen) come to London for an exclusive weekend at the London Theatre Workshop. Featuring the talents of West End stars Rebecca Treahearn (City of Angels, Dogfight, Ghost), Ceili O’Connor (Wizard of Oz, The Fantasticks, Elf) and more, these two rising stars will present their brilliant tunes to Blighty!


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Through the Mill
1 December to 19 December, 2015