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Alasdair Harvey

Alasdair trained at the Arts Educational Schools, where he was a recipient of the Andrew Lloyd Webber scholarship.

Television and film credits include: Martin in EastEnders, Harry Shaw in Taggart, Bruce Malcolm in The Bill, Ewan Patterson in BBC Scotland’s River City, Casualty, Bill in the short film A Man and His Shed, Jack in The Confidence Trick, Holby City, Birds of a Feather and ensemble in the Sweeney Todd film, directed by Tim Burton (also soundtrack recording).

Alasdair is one of musical theatre’s most accomplished leading men and his leading roles include: Forbidden Broadway (Menier Chocolate Factory); Side by Side by Sondheim (Leicester Square Theatre); Boatman and Dennis in the multi-award-winning production of Sunday in the Park With George (Menier Chocolate Factory and Wyndham’s Theatre); Putting It Together (Harrogate); Wild Bill Hickok in Calamity Jane (national tour); Bill Cracker in Happy End (Central Station); Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls (Edinburgh Lyceum); Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance (Bromley Open Air Theatre); Alec D’Urberville in Tess of the D’Urbervilles (Savoy Theatre); Original Beast in the award-winning production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Dominion Theatre); Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, Raoul in the 10th anniversary performance of The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Grantaire and u/s Marius in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre); Choir in Les Misérables 10th anniversary performance (Royal Albert Hall); Cliff in Sunset Boulevard (Adelphi Theatre); u/s Alex Dillingham in Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales Theatre); Avrham in Fiddler on the Roof (West Yorkshire Playhouse); My Fair Lady (national tour).

Alasdair’s directing credits include successful productions of David Hare’s The Blue Room, Ladies’ Day by Amanda Whittington, Two by Jim Cartwright and Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell, all at the Lichfield Garrick Theatre.

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