Leo is a West End leading man and British baritone whose career encompasses West End musicals, National tours, iconic concerts and live radio events.
He grew up in Cheltenham performing at Theatre Studio here at the Playhouse where his passion for acting, music and live theatre was born. At the age of 18 he was awarded a full scholarship at Arts Educational London but following an appearance as lead vocalist on BBC's Friday Night is Music Night he left drama school early at the age of 20 to start his career in Les Miserables where he appeared as Javert (the youngest ever to play the role in the West End) and The Bishop of Digne. He then joined the original cast of Shrek The Musical where he alternated the title role, followed by the role of Steve Baker in the West End revival of Show Boat.
He has spent time In Germany touring shows and playing iconic venues such as the Berlin Philharmonic and recently he played the role of Riff in West Side Story at the Royal Albert Hall, with the John Wilson Orchestra live on the BBC Proms. After six years he has returned to the All-Star Concert Version of Les Miserables currently playing at the Gielgud Theatre London along side Alfie Boe and Michael Ball.
Leo is thrilled to be returning to his Playhouse home where it all began performing songs for his debut album that will be recorded in January 2020. This evening will be an exclusive peek into what Leo has been up to over the last few months.
Book before 1 November and all seats are £9 (price will automatically amend on booking)
Times & Prices
|Friday, 6th December 2019||19:30||Main House||£10.50||-|