Scott Garnham performs to the press this evening as Hunter in the UK professional premiere of [title of show] which will playing at the Landor Theatre until 14th September.
[title of show] is a wickedly hilarious musical comedy about Hunter and Jeff, two struggling writers who decide to create a new musical for the inaugural New York Musical Theatre Festival. With a three week deadline looming but nothing to lose, they decide to try and create the show of their dreams, but soon realise that their mad dash to put pen to paper is infinitely more entertaining than the show they are writing. Their struggle to write a hit becomes the subject of the show, and so [title of show] is born, taking its name from the ominous space on the festival’s application form. Chronicling its own creation and the real life story of Hunter and Jeff’s journey to seeing their musical produced, [title of show] is a love letter to musical theatre, following your dreams, and daring to believe that you can actually get paid to do what you love.
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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 BroadwayWorld.com Awards and Edgar Beane in Titanic at The Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto.About Sainou
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