Theatre credits include: Songs for nobodys (Wiltons Music Hall), Dick Whittington (London Palladium), Cinderella (London Palladium), Only the brave (Wales Millennium Centre), Rocky Horror show live (Playhouse Theatre and Live European broadcast), Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown (Playhouse Theatre + London cast recording), Sister Act (UK tour), Guys and Dolls (Chichester Festival Theatre), CLD – The real Lewis Carroll (Christs Church College, Oxford), Chess (UK tour, Trieste and Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto), Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Vaudeville Theatre), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium, UK tour and Singapore), Shall We Dance (Saddlers Wells), Cole Porter’s Aladdin (Sadler’s Wells), Shout! (West End and UK tour), Happy Days (UK tour), The Great Gatsby (Riverside Studios), The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour), Fame (Grimaldi Forum Theatre, Monaco), Kiss me Kate (UK tour), Smokey Joes Café (Landor Theatre), Jolson & Co. (UK tour), Closer Than Ever (Judy Dench Theatre, London), Calamity Jane (UK tour), The Far Pavilions (Shaftesbury Theatre), The Distance we have come (New Players Theatre), Noel and Gertie (UK tour), Aspects of Love (UK tour), Wizard Of Oz, (Belfast Grand Opera House).
Orchestral credits include recordings of Scheherazade, Swan Lake and Peer Gynt on the melodramatic productions label (www.melodramaticproductions.com) and regular guest conducting appearances with the British Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Arrangement and Orchestration credits include: The Rink (Southwark Playhouse), Twist and shout (UK tour), Snow White, Jack and the Beanstalk + Cinderella (also composer of new scores – Theatre Royal, Newcastle) Adaleide Cabaret Festival 2015 (Australia), Happy Days (UK tour), J’Accuse (Film score Petula Clark), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (UK Tour), The reconstruction of the score for Cole Porter’s Aladdin (Sadler’s Wells), Dan Koeks album “High”, The 175th anniversary of the Theatre Royal Newcastle, The ballad of Benny Junior (Riverside studios), Shout! (West End and UK tour), The distance we have come (New Players Theatre), A Chorus Line, Fame, Honk and Peter Pan (Gordon Craig theatre, Stevenage), Noel and Gertie (UK tour), Yanomamo (Queen Mother Theatre, Hitchin), In a Sentimental Mood (UK tour), Sunlit Dust (a short film commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella for the Arts Council and premiered at the Tate Modern) and the Monte Carlo Circus festival.
For more information visit: www.gregarrowsmith.co.uk