John Addison

Philip Stuckey / Cover Edward

Training: Royal Northern College of Music and Royal Academy of Music.

Theatre credits include: Barrett in Titanic (International Tour), Taylor Collins in Brooklyn (Greenwich Theatre), Theo in School of Rock (Gillian Lynne Theatre), Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in Jekyll and Hyde (English Theatre Frankfurt), Jojo in The Life (Southwark Playhouse), Fred Anderson in A Christmas Carol (Lyceum Theatre), Henry in The Go-Between (Apollo theatre), The Pilot in The Little Prince (Chimera Productions), Fred in A Christmas Carol (Blackpool Winter Gardens), Lover/Specialist in Tommy (Blackpool Winter Gardens), Sam in Wheat Ghost (English Theatre Frankfurt, German Premiere), Bertie in Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios), Max in Lend Me a Tenor (Vienna’s English Theatre), Sebastian in The Thing About Men (Landor Theatre), My Fair Lady (Royal Albert Hall), Young Fred in A Christmas Carol (Creation Theatre), Don Jose in Carmen (Yvonne Arnaud), Anthony in Sweeney Todd (Bolton Octagon), Bob in Me and Juliet (Finborough Theatre), Young Soldier in The Secret Garden (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Vindice in Vice (Arcola Theatre), Mr Erlanson in A Little Night Music (Menier Chocolate Factory & Garrick Theatre), Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre), Marius in Les Miserables (Queen’s Theatre), Chess & Jesus Christ Superstar (Scandinavian Arena Tours), Brad in It’s Only Make Believe (Upstairs at the Gatehouse).

Television credits include: Later with Jools Holland (BBC), Spitting Image (Central), Elton John (ITV), Pepicek in Brundibar (BBC), Superstar (ITV).

Workshops include: Medic Humbers in Ain’t No Sunshine & Andreas Becker in Across The Wall (The Other Palace). The Vain Man in The Little Prince (Savoy Theatre), Rudy Kleber in The Dancing Years (Wales Millenium Centre), Gonzaga in Children of the Sun (St James Theatre), Anderson in From Here To Eternity (Dominion Theatre), Ted in The Go Between and Oscar in Sex and the Village (Perfect Pitch), Lend Me A Tenor: The Musical (Dominion Theatre), Phantom: Love Never Dies (Andrew Lloyd Webber), Zeus in Jason and the Argonauts (Charing Cross Theatre).

John was part of both the Les Miserables 25thAnniversary concert at the O2 and The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

John has sung as a soloist in many major concert venues including the Royal Albert Hall, Barbican and The Royal Opera House Covent Garden.

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