Sean Kingsley

Sean’s West End credits include: Jean Valjean in Les Miserables (Queens & Palace Theatres), George in The Drowsy Chaperone (Novello), Braithwaite in Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace), Tom Jenkins in Scrooge (Dominion), Admetus and Munkustrap in Cats (New London), Me and My Girl (Adelphi) Touring and regional theatre: Kashoggi in We Will Rock You (UK Tour), Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar (The Minack), Eddie/Dr Scott in The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour), Orin [the Dentist] in Little Shop Of Horrors (Birmingham Rep), Frederick Trumper [The American] in Chess, 20th Anniversary Concert, (Oslo Spektrum Stadium); Bill Austin in Mama Mia International Tour; The Man in Some Girls are Bigger than Others (Lyric Hammersmith, National Tour & Dublin Festival); Johnny Reno in Burlesque (The Arts); The King in Sleeping Beauty (Ipswich New Wolsey) Fleshcreep in Jack & The Beanstalk (Ipswich New Wolsey); King Rat in Dick Whittington (The Theatre, Chipping Norton); Saucy Jack in Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens (Saucy Jacks’ – London); Nicholas Skeres in The Lie (Hen & Chickens); Mike in Hot Pants (Oldham Coliseum); Cyrano de Bergerac in the new adaptation – Cold Moon Rising (Jermyn Street Theatre); Tom Jenkins in Scrooge (Bromley Churchill, National and European Tours); Mike Costa in the celebrated Derby Playhouse anniversary production of A Chorus Line; Slap in Hot Shoe Shuffle (Bromley Churchill and National Tour); Gabey in On the Town (National Tour); Joe in Matchgirls (Bromley); A Month in the Country, The Rivals and Toad of Toad Hall (Liverpool Playhouse); Fiddler on the Roof (Liverpool Empire). Sean has most recently completed a workshop performance for Tim Rice in his new musical adaptation of the novel From Here To Eternity. Television: PC Harrison in Poirot [The Third Girl] (LWT), Stuart Ambrose in Wire in the Blood IV, Episode 1 (Coastal); Colin Piper in Merseybeat IV, Episode 1 (BBC); Gary Stephens in The Bill, (Talkback Thames); Barrymore (LWT); Talking Telephone Numbers (LWT); The Generation Game (BBC) Vocal: Sean has toured globally for numerous concerts. He is most proudly the front man for Delta Blues band Sugarland Slim who within six months of forming were picked to support Peter Green for his UK comeback tour. They are a ‘mainstage’ act on the European blues festival scene and have recorded two very successful CDs (Blues This Bad & Texan Calypso) which were co-written by Sean who also plays guitar, drums, keyboards and tap dances on both!. Other theatrical recordings include Sherlock Holmes – The Musical: Hot Shoe Shuffle; & Soul Police.