Frank Wildhorn's Wonderland is a modern take on the classic fairytale, currently touring the UK starring Wendi Peters, Dave Willets and Kerry Alice as Alice. Nick is at the helm of an eight piece band and a large, energetic ensemble full of quirky characters.
Produced by Neil Eckersley productions
Wonderland UK Tour 2017
The Burnt Part Boys, presented by Small Dark Woodland Creature Productions at the Park Theatre, is the story of four young men growing up without their fathers following a mining disaster in small-town America. Through a blue-grass infused score and imaginative physical theatre, it follows the young men fighting the fight between the boys they have the right to be and the men they've been forced to become.
Performed by Jonathan Bourne, Danny George, Jamie Fillery Thomas Wolstenhome and Joseph Peacock
West-End star Alice Fearn (Shrek, Wicked, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Les MIserables) performed her debut solo show at the St James Theatre studio in spring 2016, with songs arranged and MD'd by Nick. Here she performs Frank Wildhorn's Big Time.
To order Alice's debut album, go to http://alicefearn.auburnjam.co.uk/
Landi Oshinowo (Shrek, Barnum, Sister Act) sings the hit song Old Friend from Nancy Ford and Gretchen Cryer's 70s cult musical. Presented at the Jermyn Street Theatre in Summer 2016, the show received unanimous critical praise for its dynamic reworking of the period piece.
When not working in Musical Theatre, Nick is MD of AfterParty a cappella. Formed in 2013, AfterParty is London's only a cappella supergroup, with members from all corners of the globe. AfterParty have sold out in the West-End with shows at the Aldwych, Dominion and St James Theatres, as well as shows across the UK and in Frankfurt, Copenhagen and Gothenburg. In winter 2015 AfterParty headlined the Covent Garden Christmas lights switch-on event.
Nick also worked with CBBC, creating a flashmob in order to celebrate the return of Danger Mouse, the iconic hit childrens TV show, to screens in 2015. Arranged by Nick and performed by AfterParty, Baker Street commuters got a great surprise and the resulting promo video was rolled out by CBBC in order to generate excitement about the return of the family favourite cartoon.