Scott Garnham: I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical

Date - 12 December, 2013, All News Musical Theatre

Scott Garnham joins the original West End cast of I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical.

Irreverent, mischievous and yet strangely touching I Can’t Sing! is the irrepressible new musical comedy hitting the renowned London Palladium from February 2014.

Go behind the microphones and under the judges’ desks at the biggest show on earth, as I Can’t Sing! exposes the (allegedly) true story behind The X Factor – a gloriously twisted tale of naked ambition, heartache, hunchbacks and talking dogs.

Written by BAFTA award-winning comedian HARRY HILL (3 BAFTA s, 7 British Comedy Awards and a Golden Rose of Montreux) with music and lyrics by STEVE BROWN (Spend, Spend, Spend; Spitting Image; TV Burp), I CAN’T SING! is co-produced by the patron saint of fame himself, SIMON COWELL.

Featuring a sidesplittingly funny original score and a host of characters who may seem oddly familiar, this brand new production will delight friends and foes of The X Factor in equal measure.

For more information and the full casting announcement, click here.


Scott Garnham played Tony in the first UK Tour of Billy Elliot for Working Title. He can also be seen in the Matt Lucas comedy series Pompidou for the BBC.

His theatre credits include Buddy Cortina in the original West End productions of Made In Dagenham and I Can't Sing, the London premiere of Title of Show and Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre, for which he was nominated at The Awards and Edgar Beane in Titanic at The Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto.

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