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Jon Robyns

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Jon Robyns

Training: Mountview Academy of Performing Arts.

Theatre includes: King George in Hamilton (Victoria Palace), Robbie Hart in The Wedding Singer, alternate Chris in Miss Saigon and Eddie Souther in Sister Act (UK tour), Emmett Forrest in Legally Blonde (Curve Theatre, Leicester), Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Alternate Huey in Memphis (original London cast, Shaftesbury Theatre), Adam Nehemiah in Dessa Rose (original London cast, Trafalgar Studios), Jamie in The Last Five Years (Greenwich Theatre), Galahad in Spamalot (Harold Pinter, Playhouse/UK tour), Dickens Abridged (Arts), Hollis in Road Show (original London cast, Menier Chocolate Factory), Enjolras in Les Misérables (25th anniversary tour), Marius in Les Misérables (Queen’s), Dickens Unplugged (Yvonne Arnaud), Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q (original London cast, Noël Coward/Gielgud), Mark in Rent (English Theatre Frankfurt), Cinderella (Southend – Qdos/Brighton) and Sleeping Beauty (Richmond – First Family).

Film includes: Nativity Rocks (Working Title) and Les Misérables: The Staged Concert.

Recordings include: Musical Direction (solo album), Memphis (original London cast), Open Book (debut solo album), Enjolras in Les Misérables 25th anniversary cast and Chess in Concert.

Concerts include: Musical Direction (solo UK tour), Proms in the Park (BBC Radio 2), lead vocalist Best of Rock Musicals (Hammersmith Apollo), West End Proms (Greenwich Music Time), Hollywood Proms (Lytham Festival), lead vocalist Kevin & Karen Clifton Dance Live (UK tour), soloist Magic at the Musicals for Magic FM (Royal Albert Hall), Jon Robyns: Live in London (The Other Palace), guest artist for Elaine Paige
(UK/SE Asia tour), soloist for West End International, soloist The Great British Songbook (St James), Les Misérables 25th Anniversary Concert (O2), Les Misérables (BSO), Chess in Concert, Night of 1000 Voices and Europride (Royal Albert Hall).

As well as acting, Jon tutors at major drama schools in London and around the UK. He is also a proud patron of The South London Youth Theatre.