Starring Daniel and Helena Blackman
Following two sold out runs the show returns for two weeks only; this magical evening of cabaret celebrates a century of Sherman song writing.

Robert and Richard Sherman are the most successful songwriting partnership in the history of Hollywood, composing more movie musical songs and acclaimed film scores than any other writing team.

From the Oscar-winning Chim Chim Cher-ee to Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and Feed the Birds in Mary Poppins to the unforgettable Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, which earned them their third of nine Oscar nominations, their songs have entertained the world for more than 60 years.

Third generation songwriter Robert J. Sherman (Love Birds, Bumblescratch) narrates the story of his musical family. From his Grandfather Tin Pan Alley writer Al Sherman who wrote popular songs for performers as varied as Al Jolson, Frank Sinatra and Billie Holiday and through to current day with songs from his own fringe hit Love Birds.
Where: Brasserie Zédel, 20 Sherwood Street, London, W1F 7ED
When: 7th - 20th August 2017


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Your favourite festive film is now a major new musical adapted for the stage by Debbie Isitt, the creator of the much-loved films.

Every child in every school has one Christmas wish, to star in a Nativity, and at St Bernadette’s School they’re attempting to mount a musical version! Only trouble is teacher Mr Maddens has promised that a Hollywood producer is coming to see the show to turn it into a film. Join him, his teaching assistant the crazy Mr Poppy, hilarious children and a whole lot of sparkle and shine as they struggle to make everyone’s Christmas wish come true.

Feel good, funny and full of yuletide joy, Nativity! The Musical features all of the favourite sing-a-long hits from the films including Sparkle and Shine, Nazareth, One Night One Moment, She’s the Brightest Star and a whole host of new songs filled with the spirit of Christmas!

With the cast including West End favourites Daniel Boys (Avenue Q), Sarah Earnshaw (Wicked, Spamalot) and Simon Lipkin (Rock of Ages, Guys and Dolls), Nativity! The Musical is the perfect feel-good comedy


20 October – 12 November 2017
Birmingham Repertory Theatre



15 – 19 November 2017
Southend Cliffs Pavillion



22 – 25 November 2017
Sheffield Lyceum



29 November – 3 December 2017
Manchester Palace Theatre



6 – 10 December 2017
Plymouth Theatre Royal



13 – 17 December 2017
Hammersmith Apollo London



20 December 2017 – 8 January 2018
Leeds Grand Theatre


With favourites from Flashdance, The Bodyguard, Fame, Grease, Jesus Christ Superstar, Chess, Wicked and a burst of Queen from Dont's Stop me Know... If you love musicals, this is definitely an evening not to miss.




Jenna Lee-James
Rachael Wooding
Jon Boydon
Daniel Boys


Where: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
When: 28th January 2017


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The Boys in the Band, which premiered in 1968 just before the Stonewall riots, returns to London this Autumn.


This witty, dark American play which changed the landscape of gay theatre was adapted into a film in 1970 becoming a cult hit. The play was last revived in New York in 2010, and this UK revival will mark almost 20 years since the last West End production.


“There’s a party about to commence when nine men gather in a New York apartment for a birthday celebration. Harold, a self-confessed ‘Jew fairy’, receives a surprise birthday gift - a beautiful male hustler dubbed 'Cowboy'. Meanwhile, party host Michael gets an unwanted surprise of his own in the shape of a figure from his past. As the booze is drunk and the dope smoked, the mood swings from hilarity to heart-break.”


The cast includes:


Olivier Award winner Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, Doctor Who, London Spy)

Daniel Boys (BBC’s Any Dream Will Do, Avenue Q)

Jack Derges (Eastenders, Humans)

Ian Hallard (Doctor Who, An Adventure in Space and Time)

James Holmes (Miranda, Psychoville)

John Hopkins (Midsomer Murders)

Ben Mansfield (Primeval, Endeavour)

Nathan Nolan (Undercover)


Where: Vaudeville Theatre, London
When: 7th - 18th February 2017


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Daniel is running the 2017 London Marathon.


Daniel's chosen charity is Guide Dogs.  You can read Daniel's story and donate to his challenge here.


Where: London (Spectator Info)
When: 23rd April 2017


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See Daniel's wicked side as Fleshcreep when he joins comedy-duo The Chuckle Brothers as Paul and Barry Trot, Benidorm’s Tony Maudsley as Dame Trot, and The X Factor finalist Chico as Jack, the hero of our tale.


This unmissable production carries the Theatre Royal pantomime hallmark of outstanding entertainment for all ages and features laugh-out-loud comedy, stunning costumes and scenery, and amazing special effects as the audience and cast enter the Giant’s castle in spectacular 3D!


Where: Theatre Royal, Nottingham
When: 10th December 2016 - 15th January 2017


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The Boys in the Band, which premiered in 1968 just before the Stonewall riots, returns to London this Autumn.


This witty, dark American play which changed the landscape of gay theatre was adapted into a film in 1970 becoming a cult hit. The play was last revived in New York in 2010, and this UK revival will mark almost 20 years since the last West End production.


“There’s a party about to commence when nine men gather in a New York apartment for a birthday celebration. Harold, a self-confessed ‘Jew fairy’, receives a surprise birthday gift - a beautiful male hustler dubbed 'Cowboy'. Meanwhile, party host Michael gets an unwanted surprise of his own in the shape of a figure from his past. As the booze is drunk and the dope smoked, the mood swings from hilarity to heart-break.”


The cast includes:


Olivier Award winner Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, Doctor Who, London Spy)

Daniel Boys (BBC’s Any Dream Will Do, Avenue Q)

Jack Derges (Eastenders, Humans)

Ian Hallard (Doctor Who, An Adventure in Space and Time)

James Holmes (Miranda, Psychoville)

John Hopkins (Midsomer Murders)

Ben Mansfield (Primeval, Endeavour)

Nathan Nolan (Undercover)


Where: Park Theatre, Finsbury Park
When: 28th September - 30th October 2016


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Les Mis Vs Phantom Charity Concert, Football Match & Fun Day in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and Brake


Daniel will be performing the pre-match concert.  Lots of West End Stars and celebrities helping to raise money for 2 worthwhile causes.


Where: Bromley Football Club
When: Sunday 7th August 2017, 1:30pm


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Daniel will be hosting and performing at West End Live this year.


Dates and times:
Sat 18 June 11am – 6pm
Sun 19 June 12noon – 6pm

On Saturday gates will open @ 10.30am and at 11.30am on Sunday
West End LIVE is a FREE event which is open to the public.
There are NO TICKETS issued for this event.

Entrances are located at the North West (Entrance A)* and North East (Entrance B) corners of Trafalgar Square

Entrance A will open 15 mins earlier

The Southern part of Trafalgar Square is exit only

Miss Atomic Bomb

As the US military proudly tests its atomic bombs within sight of the Vegas strip, tourists are flocking into town to cheer the blasts and see who will be crowned the Miss Atomic Bomb beauty queen. But in the midst of this euphoria, farm girl Candy’s (Florence Andrews) sheep have mysteriously died, her fashionista friend Myrna (Catherine Tate) is designing clothes for pigs, young soldier Joey (Dean John-Wilson) has deserted the army, and his hapless hotel manager brother Lou (Simon Lipkin) desperately needs an atomic gimmick. In a city controlled by the military and the mob, time is running out for our four friends.

Inspired by the real life bomb tests and beauty pageants of the era, Miss Atomic Bomb is a radiant new musical comedy co-directed by the Olivier Award-winning choreographer
Bill Deamer (Top Hat) and Adam Long (The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged). Miss Atomic Bomb stars award winning star of TV and theatre, Catherine Tate, who is reunited with West End star Simon Lipkin following their critical and audience success in Sondheim’s Assassins at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

They are joined by
Dean John-Wilson who will take the lead role in Disney’s Aladdin this Summer, Daniel Boys – a finalist in BBC1’s Any Dream Will Do, rising musical theatre star Florence Andrews and the youngest member of the musical dynasty Sasi Strallen.

Where: St James Theatre, London
When: 7th March - 9th April 2016



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LLittle Shop Of Horrors

Daniel stars as Seymour, a role he has always wanted to play


Little Shop of Horrors is a 1950s sci-fi spoof musical with a hilarious and fearsome plot and a collection of great songs – and lots of foliage!


The musical score, 1960s rock ‘n’ roll and early Motown, is by Alan Menken, an Oscar-winning composer known for a string of Disney film scores which include The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast.


Seymour Krelborn is a struggling assistant in Mushnik’s Florists, with a secret passion for his colleague Audrey. When he brings in an exotic plant its unique qualities bring him instant fame. Will Audrey love him now?


But the plant’s sinister and murderous feeding habits become more and more demanding.  Just how far will Seymour go to satisfy it and make his romantic dreams come true?


Seymour’s frantic attempts to bring the situation under control are disastrous and the florists truly becomes a Shop of Horrors, with a threat of world domination!!!

Little Shop of Horrors is a feel-good musical treat, guaranteed to entertain from start to finish.


Directed by Tim Baker, Clwyd Theatr Cymru’s award-winning Associate Artistic Director.


Where: Clwyd Theatre, Cymru
When: 8th October - 31st October 2015


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In Harmony With Your Gut

For one special performance, a host of West End stars present a fabulous evening not to be missed. All proceeds will be going to the Crohn's and Colitis foundation and St Marks Hospital, which is the leading specialist bowel disease hospital in the world.

The Concert stars Jonathan Ansell (G4), Charlotte Jaconelli (Britains Got Talent), Daniel Boys and a selection of fantastic performers along with Special Guest Lee Mead (West End, BBC's Casualty)

All performers subject to change.


Where: St Paul's - The Actors Church, London
When: Sun 7th Jun, 2015 7pm


£15.00 + £1.50 Booking fee = £16.50


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Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens

Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens is a song cycle with music by Janet Hood and lyrics and additional text by Bill Russell. The work features songs and monologues inspired by the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt and Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology. Each of the monologues is written from the perspective of characters who’ve died from AIDS and the songs represent the feelings of friends and family members dealing with the loss.

The piece was developed in the late 1980s and was originally titled “The Quilt.” It was produced first at the Ohio Theatre in Soho in NYC in 1989, where the new title was adopted. In 1992, it was produced at the King’s Head Theatre in London, where it played for several months. In June 1993, the production was transferred to the Criterion Theatre in London’s West End.

Bill Russell has adapted the piece over the years and has kindly given us permission to be the first people to produce this “new version for the 21st century”.

The evening is not only there to raise much needed funds for The Make A Difference Trust but also to help raise awareness about Aids which is still as important now as ever before.

CAST INCLUDES:Simon Bailey, Daniel Boys, Natalie Bush, James Charlton, Helen Colby, Fra Fee, Sarah French, Rachel Lea Gray, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt, Paul Hazel, Holly Anne Hull, Freddy Hutchins, Kurt Kansley, Emma Kingston, Emma Lindars, Grace McKee, Matt McKenna, Emma Marshall-Pinder, Ako Mitchell, Ursula Mohan, Katie Paine, Michael Pickering, Grace Reynolds, Joanna Riding, Oliver Saville, Adam Stafford, Miles Western, Emma Williams, Gary Wood, Matt Wycliffe.

All performers subject to change.

Where: Criterion Theatre, London


Sunday 31st May 2015

7.00pm (VIP Reception from 6.00pm)


£75.00 VIP Champagne Reception

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Holby City


Daniel stars as Josh & Paul Keating as Gavin on Tuesday 31st March, BBC1 8PM.


Let's Hear It For The Boys


An incredible night of entertainment featuring some of the most successful leading men in Musical Theatre, direct from London’s West End! Following the success of Here Comes The Girls, West End star Louise Dearman hosts this spectacular concert with all proceeds going to Alzheimer’s Society.

See Daniel Boys, Killian Donnelly, Ben Forster, Alex Gaumond, Daniel Koek, Tom Lister, Hugh Maynard, Lee Mead, John Owen-Jones, Ben Richards, Jon Robyns, Niall Sheehy, Oliver Tompsett and Michael Xavier perform live on stage.

All performers subject to change.


Grove Theatre, Dunstable, Bedfordshire


Sunday 10th May, 7pm


£17.50 + £1.50  Booking Fee

Concessions £2 off

Wheelchair Users £2 off

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LRRSO In London - The Music & Lyrics of Ryan Scott Oliver

Award-winning US composer Ryan Scott Oliver comes to London for the first time for a one-off concert of his music and lyrics from shows including Jasper in DeadlandWe Foxes35MM: A Musical ExhibitionMrs Sharp and many more.

The RSO in London cast will be led by Emma Williams (two-time Olivier Award nominee), Eva Noblezada (currently playing Kim in Miss Saigon in the West End), Daniel Boys (BBC’s Any Dream Will Do, West End leading roles including Avenue Q, Spamalot, Rent) and Anton Zetterholm (Tarzan, Les Miserables, Wicked).


St James Theatre, London


Monday 23rd March, 8pm


£15 - £25

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The Follow Spot - Daniel Boys and Support

The Follow Spot in 2015 is bigger and better than ever before!
The West End’s performers supported with a live band, hilarious comedians, sensational food, and it’s all served up in the most succulent venue you can imagine, Proud Cabaret!


Compering the evening is side-splittingly funny Jess Robinson. Jess is a sensational vocal impressionist, with credits including Little Voice, The Now Show and Dead Ringers. Her recent one woman show at Edinburgh Fringe Jess Robinson: Mighty Voice was a 5 star smash, so expect to hear snippets of this as well as sneak previews from the forthcoming 2015 show!
In addition there will be some vastly talented support acts waiting in the wings as well as an awesome band that will help keep the party in full swing, so there’s no end of reasons to enjoy a great night out!




Proud Cabaret City, City of London


Sunday 15th March, 6:30pm


£15 or £35 with a 2 course dinner

Mothers day special: 2 tickets and 2 course meal £50 (£20 saving)

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Daniel Boys - Singular Sensations

Edward Seckerson – formerly the presenter of BBC Radio 3’s long-running musical theatre show Stage & Screen – continues his series of in-depth encounters with stars of musical theatre at London’s Charing Cross Theatre.

The next 'Singular Sensations' event is at Charing Cross Theatre on
Sunday 14th December at 3.00pm and will feature Daniel Boys, who recently starred in 'Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris' at Charing Cross. Daniel will be in conversation with Edward about his career and processes and singing a selection of his favourite songs 'live' in this intimate and informal afternoon show.



Charing Cross Theatre, London


Sunday 17th December, 3pm


£21.60 (£20.00 Ticket + £1.60 Fees)

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West End Recast 2

Following on from a completely sold out premiere earlier this year, West End Recast returns with an ALL NEW sensational evening of Musical Theatre madness!
Join us for a brand new, star-studded sequel that might just be even better than the original!  Where the Phantom might be female... Annie could be 65 years old… Grizabella might be a dog… and Sweeney Todd could be as nice as pie!
For one night only we give some of the West End's biggest stars the unique opportunity to sing songs from roles they have always wanted to play but will 
NEVER be cast in.
Ignoring stereotypes and pushing boundaries, 
West End Recast 2 promises another unforgettable chance to witness the musical theatre impossible.
Sabrina AlouecheNathan AmziJulie AthertonGina Beck
Daniel BoysRebecca BrewerCynthia Erivo, Fra Fee, 
Nick Holder
Cassidy JansonLeon LopezMichael Matus
Jon RobynsKatie Rowley JonesGareth Snook and Jill Winternitz

... with more cast to be announced soon!


Presenting unique renditions of songs from…
DreamgirlsSweeney ToddGypsyLittle Shop of HorrorsGreaseChicago, Oliver, Memphis, Matilda, RENT, Miss Saigon, Billy Elliot 
and many, many more.

Directed by
Adam Lenson
Musical Supervision & Arrangements by
Daniel A. Weiss


Phoenix Theatre, London


Sunday 9th November


£10 - £57.50 plus £3 transaction fee

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Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris

Often haunting, sometimes funny, heart- wrenching and vividly poetic, the songs of Jacques Brel explore the human condition through honest storytelling, with themes of joy and sorrow, love and loss, war and peace and life and death.


Gina Beck (Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables) , Daniel Boys (Avenue Q, Spamalot, Love Story, also well-known from BBC’s Any Dream Will Do , 2007 ) , David Burt (Kiss Me Kate, The Merchant of Venice, The Beggars People, Plague Over England) and Eve Polycarpou (In The Heights, Mother Courage, Jacques Brel - National Theatre, 1970s ) star in a new production of the hit revue Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris at the Charing Cross Theatre for a strictly limited season

Directed by Andrew Keates, whose acclaimed production of Dessa Rose has just finished a sellout run at Trafalgar Studios, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris is a musical revue of the greatest works by one of the most prolific, Belgian, singer-songwriters of all time, with what are regarded as the definitive English translations of his works by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman and fresh orchestral arrangements by Eric Svejcar from the award-winning 2006 Off Broadway production.



Charing Cross Theatre, London


16th October - 22nd November


£12 - £29.50

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Anything Can Happen!

Daniel Boys, Lauren Samuels, James Gillan and Annalene Beechey are to star in Anything Can Happen!, a musical revue of work by writing team George Stiles and Anthony Drewe.


Featuring song medleys from their hit shows spanning 30 years of their writing partnership; songs that deal with growing up, unrequited love, relationships, parenthood, hopes and dreaming big … and even a pig! Carefully selected from their acclaimed musicals including Just So, Honk!, Peter Pan, Betty Blue Eyes, Soho Cinders, additional songs written for Mary Poppins, plus cut songs and stand alone material. The revue also chronicles the history of ‘Stiles & Drewe’; told through narration and song, chronologically in reverse, so we finish with two fresh-faced 21 year olds, George & Anthony, meeting over the photocopier at Exeter University!



St James Theatre, London

When: 25th July





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Live At The Delfont Room: An Evening With

Live in the Delfont Room: An Evening With… returns for a limited summer season of evening cabaret from June to September 2014.


One evening every month the stunning Delfont Room in the Prince of Wales Theatre will play host to a late night soiree of intimate cabaret featuring some of the West End’s best loved stars and their special guests. 


The line-up includes:


26th June - Danielle Hope 

31st July - Joanna Riding

28th August - Daniel Boys



Delfont Room, Prince Of Wales Theatre, London




Tables and Unreserved Seating - £27.25,

Standing - £22.25

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Love Story

Two worlds collide when spirited Italian-American Jennifer Cavilleri and wealthy, privileged Harvard Alumni Oliver Barrett IV fall in love. The pair, whose backgrounds could not be more different, are united by love.

It is a love that endures in the face of adversity, through family opposition to their marriage and devastating personal tragedy. This is their story.

Love Story is inspired by Erich Segal’s best-selling novel and subsequent 1970’s smash-hit film. It is widely regarded as one of the most romantic and moving films of all time.

This stage version by Stephen Clark features a brand new score by Howard Goodall CBE who has composed an entire body of choral music, music for television and musical theatre. An Emmy, Brit and BAFTA award-winner, Goodall’s musical with Melvyn Bragg, The Hired Man, was a huge success with audiences at the Octagon in 2010.

Presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.

Featuring Daniel and Lauren Samuels

When: 19th June - 12th July
Where: Octagon Theatre, Bolton
Tickets £9 - £24.00

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West End Recast

For one night only, some of our finest West End musical theatre stars will be performing songs from roles they have always wanted to sing but will never be cast in.

Maybe they are too old, or too young, or the wrong sex, or not the right race, or too blonde or not quite the right shape... Well West End Recast has no boundaries! You can be who you are and sing what you want. The sopranos can sing bass, the boys can be girls and juniors can be seniors…

Join Simon Bailey, Daniel Boys, Rebecca Brewer, Martin Callaghan, Cynthia Erivo, Nick Holder, Leon Lopez, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Jon Robyns, Frances Ruffelle, Jenna Russell and Emma Williams, as they present their unique renditions of songs from Wicked, Sweeney Todd, Rent, Dreamgirls, A Chorus Line, La Cage Aux Folles and many, many more.

Recast is a rare opportunity to witness the musical theatre impossible. Don’t miss it!

More cast to be announced soon!

When: Sunday 16th March
Time: 7:30pm
Where: Duke Of York Theatre, London
Tickets £10.00 - £59.50

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Daniel is joining Bonnie Langford and Joe Pasquale in Spamalot from the 24th February.  Daniel will be playing Sir Lancelot.


Based on the classic film Monty Python And The Holy Grail, the hilarious comedy musical Monty Python’s Spamalot tells the legendary story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table as they journey through England in search of the holy grail. But this is not the legendary monarch and valiant team you might remember from stories of yore; though this tale stars Sir Lancelot, Sir Bedevere and the Lady Of The Lake, it also features insulting Frenchmen, inventive use of coconuts, a homicidal rabbit and the infamous Knights who say Ni.

Created by original Python member Eric Idle and John Du Prez, Monty Python’s Spamalot features the songs He Is Not Dead Yet, Knights Of The Round Table, Find Your Grail and the well known Python favourite Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life


Location: The Playhouse Theatre, London

Julie Atherton- All I Want For Christmas… is an Audience

West End star Julie Atherton returns to the St James Studio with an all new show: All I Want For Christmas… is an Audience. Featuring different special guests each night, Julie will be joined by the Cosmopolitan String Quartet as she sings a selection of new music and a few of your favourite songs. The perfect way to start your holiday season!


Daniel will be joining Julie for her show on Saturday 7th December.

PLEASE NOTE: Daniel is not due to appear on the Sunday show.


Location: St James Theatre, London


Price: £18

The Opinion Makers

Critically-acclaimed writing duo Brian Mitchell and Joseph Nixon have assembled a wonderful cast of characters for this brand new musical comedy, including: the hapless Fernsby and his useless sidekicks; a beatnik Advertising phoney and his jazz flute playing muse; a Scottish Laird with a dark secret and a glamorous American gold-digger wife; and an insane Home Secretary-in-waiting.


What’s more, they’ve written a raft of great new songs that’ll transport you back to the world of ‘swinging sixties’ London for this hilarious, off-beat musical take on the birth of the political pollster – think Mad Men meets Carry On!


Cast includes: Julie Atherton, Mel Giedroyc, David Mounfield, Stacey Ghent, Daniel Boys, Ben Stratton


Mercury Theatre, Colchester - 25th October - 9th November


Derby Theatre, Derby - 13th November - 23rd November


Neighbours Remixed

Last month Channel 5 asked people to submit their version of the Neighbours theme tune with the chance to become the voice of Neighbours worldwide.  100s of people entered and the final 5 have been announced.  Daniel has been short listed as one of the final 5.


Tune in to Neighbours on Channel 5 every weekday between 18th and 22nd March to hear the finalists' entries played over the opening credits.  Voting for the UK winner opens on Friday at 5.35pm.


Daniel's track can be heard on Thursday 21st March, 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel5 or click here to hear the track.


The UK finalist who polls the higest number of votes will jet off to Melbourne for a judged head-to-head against the Aussie finalist - and the opportunity to become the voice of Neighbours worldwide.


Daniel's profile can be found here


Check out all the finalists here


An Evening With John Bucchino & Friends

Daniel will be appearing at An Evening with John Bucchino & Friends with Steph Fearon.

Performance Times: Wednesday 14th November 8:30pm


Seating is UN-RESERVED in the Studio for this performance.
All tickets will have a seat apart from the standing tickets.
When purchasing Studio Standard and Studio Gallery seats, please note that you may have to share a table with other patrons who are not from your party.

Ticket Prices:
Studio Standard £20
Studio Gallery £25
Studio Upper Gallery £20
Studio Standing £20

Tickets are available online at

Tommy - In Concert

The Who's rock opera Tommy is being revived for a one-off charity concert at the West End's Prince Edward Theatre on 12 November 2012.

This show, which is being staged in aid of the Pure Theatre Development Fund, will star familiar West End names Daniel Boys (Captain Walker), Hannah Jane Fox (Mrs Walker) and Zoe Birkett (The Acid Queen), with further casting to be announced.

First performed by The Who in 1969, Tommy is a serious musical about a troubled child who becomes deaf, dumb and blind, but later gains the respect of his peers when he’s revealed as a pinball champion. 

A film of The Who’s original album was made in 1975 by Ken Russell. The subsequent stage show won three Tony Awards on Broadway in 1993 and, in London, won the 1997 Olivier Award for Outstanding Musical Production. 

The Pure Theatre Development Fund has been set up with the aim of funding the development of new writing in musicals and straight theatre. According to press, "the fund will facilitate workshops and readings of new writing and will be launched in conjunction with this exciting production."

Tickets for Tommy are available online at and at the box office on 0844 482 5151.

High Society

Playbill have revealed that Daniel Boys will be playing the role of reporter Mike Connor in the 2013 UK tour of Cole Porter's High Society; the role made famous in the 1956 film by Frank Sinatra. High Society will be touring from Thursday 24th January until Saturday 13th July, and also stars Michael Praed as Dexter Haven and Sophie Bould as Tracy Lord. Including classics such as True Love and Well Did You Evah, this promises to be a must see show.


Further information and tour dates

CANCELLED - Cinderella - Redhill - CANCELLED



Prince Charming, Daniel of course, takes to the stage at the Harlequin Theatre for this years panto of Cinderella.  Daniel joins Andrea Mclean from Loose Women and the comedy duo Francis and Wheatley who had audiences laughing long and loud make a very welcome return after an absence of eight years, playing Baron Hardup and Buttons. Joining them as Cinderella will be the beautiful Abigail Welford who enchanted Redhill audiences in Beauty and the Beast.

When: 14th December 2012 - 6th January 2013
Where: The Harlequin Theatre, Redhill

Box Office: 01737 276500

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Big Gay Sing

Daniel announced on Gaydar Radio that he is performing as part of the Big Gay Sing in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 21st. Big Gay Sing are singing as part of BT River of Music Festival. A weekend festival of music welcoming you to London the weekend before the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

This is an all day event. The line up is:

Saturday 21st
Brazz Brothers & Sisters
Phantom Limb
Eliza Carthy
Youth Music Voices
Amira: Reka
Soul Caribbean
The Big Gay Sing

Big Gay Sing:

Led by a band and an onstage LGBT choir, The Big Gay Sing is a sing-along event, suitable for everyone of all ages, which returns to London following sell-out performances at Southbank Centre’s Various Voices Festival. One of UK's best stand up comedians Rhona Cameron and sparkling perfomer Russell Grant will lead the audience in an ‘en masse’ sing-along to all-time favourite anthems from ABBA, Pink, Queen, and The Sound of Music, with lyrics projected on a giant screen in Trafalgar Square. 

Dress up, over indulge and sing your heart out in this pop-tastic extravaganza.

Tickets are still available for this event. They are free but there is a £3 admin fee. Bargain.

When: Saturday 21st June 2012
Where: Trafalgar Square

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West End Live

How do you fancy a whole day of Daniel? He is hosting the Sunday of West End Live, which will be taking place in Trafalgar Square from 12 noon and Daniel will also be performing at 3.05pm. Other performances include The Wizard of Oz, Mark Evans, The In-between, and many more.

When: Sunday 24th June 2012, 12 noon
Where: Trafalgar Square

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Afternoon Tea With The Stars

It has been announced that Daniel will be performing at Afternoon Tea with the Stars. He will be joining Gina Beck, Zoe Birkett, Adrian Hansel, Chloe Hart, Leanne Jones, Alexia Khadime, Debbie Kurup, Sarah Lark, Hannah Levane, Stuart Matthew-Price, Katie Rowley-Jones, Liam Tamne, Chris Thatcher and Zoe Tyler.


This unique summer's afternoon is definitely not to be missed. 

Coronation Street star Wendi Peters will host the event with all proceeds going to "The Petrsons Fund For Children". 

Tickets include a glass of Prosecco on arrival and a selection of afternoon tea. 

There is also a pay bar available. 

When: Sunday 26th August 2012
Where: The Delfont Room, Prince of Wales Theatre



Seated with tables: £31.50
Unreserved seating: £26
Standing: £16

Performance Times:

Doors open 3pm, Show starts 3.30pm

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Little Women - Concert Version

Little Women was written by Louisa-May Allcott in 1868 and has stood the test of time, still being a popular story with today's teenagers. It tells the story of four sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy who, through a series of happy and sad events, grow up into 'little women'. It is said that the story is loosely based on the childhood of the author and her experiences with her three sisters. It follows the sisters through love, marriage, illness, death, and the inevitable move away from the childhood home.

This performance is in aid of Gingerbread, a charitable organisation set up over 90 years ago to provide advice and practical support for single parents. Their vision is to create “a society in which single parent families are valued and where they (and their children) are treated equally and fairly.” Campaigning to improve the lives of all single parent families, Gingerbread is a national charity that offers all services for free.

The full cast are:
Gina Beck (Meg)
Helena Blackman (Belle Gardner)
Norman Bowman (Professor Bhaer)
Daniel Boys (Laurie)
Nikki Davis-Jones (Jo)
Sarah Lark (Beth)
Shona Lindsay (Marmee)
Jon Robyns (John Brooke)
Lisa-Anne Wood (Amy)
Guest performance by Samantha Barks
Supported by a specially formed GSA ensemble
Host: Mark Shenton

When: Sunday 24th June 2012, 7:30pm
Where: Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London WC2

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The Importance Of Being Earnest - The Musical

Daniel is playing Algernon in a brand-new musical of Oscar Wilde's classic comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest.

Often described as the most brilliant comedy in the English language, award-winning scriptwriter and lyricist Douglas Livingstone and composers Adam McGuinness and Zia Moranne have transported Wilde's farcical masterpiece and transformed it into a gloriously funny and memorable musical. It's a tale of confused identities and double dealing, of a long-lost baby and newfound love - and a handbag.

This new musical of Wilde's best-known play sees Gyles Brandreth leading a distinguished company in the role of Lady Bracknell.

When: 19th June - 7th July 2012
Where: Theatre Royal Windsor
Show Times: Mon - Sat 8pm, Thu 2.30pm, Sat 4.45pm

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*CANCELLED*Live In The Delfont Room - Sophia Ragavelas*CANCELLED*

After a sell out cabaret last year, Sophia is delighted to be once again invited to perform at the Delfont Room, accompanied by her MD Paul Herbert and her faboulous six piece band.

Sophia Ragavelas in cabaret presents "An international Affair" The story of how her Greek father met her South African mother and their journey to Essex!!!


Daniel will be joining Sophia Ragavelas as one of her guests

When: Saturday 23rd June, 11pm

Where: Delfont Room, Prince Of Wales Theatre, London

Price: £20 Seated/£15 Standing


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Momentous Musicals

For one night only, the finest voices of the West End perform Momentous Musicals, a brand new concert celebration showcasing soaring ballads and fondly remembered songs from the most significant musicals of our generation.

Gareth Gates leads this sophisticated homage to musical theatre, featuring the songs, Empty Chairs, Empty Tables (Les Misérables), For Good (Wicked), Why God, Why? (Miss Saigon), Seasons of Love (Rent) and many more. Gareth Gates has sold over 3 million singles in the UK and has had starring roles in the productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Les Misérables.

Gareth is joined by a cast of West End stars including Jonathan Ansell who is best known as a member of G4 who shot to fame on the first series of The X Factor. Previous theatre credits include the lead role of The Man in Whistle Down the Wind. The cast are also joined by Daniel Boys known for his success in the BBC TV show Any Dream Will Do. Previous credits include the title role in the new musical production of Peter Pan and the role of Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q.

Emma Williams and Rachael Wooding complete this fantastic line up of West End stars. Emma made her West End debut as Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Other theatre credits include Luisa in Zorro and Jenny in Love Story. Rachael Wooding played the lead role Mary Delgado in Jersey Boys, previous credits include Amber in Hairspray and Meat in We Will Rock You.


When: Thursday 19th July, 7:30pm

Where: Wimbledon Theatre, SW London


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Much Wenlock Festival

On Saturday 9th June, Daniel will be appearing in The Music of the Night, an open air concert as part of the Much Wenlock Festival in the beautiful setting of Much Wenlock Priory. This concert will also feature Chris & Lucy Key, Sophia Ragavelas and The Blue Band. So pack your own seats and a picnic and experience a little taste of the West End in Shropshire. The concert is from 7.30 - 10pm and tickets are £15.

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Little Man

Daniel has appeared in his very first film, entitled Little Man. This 20 minute piece is the brain child of Iris Prize winner, Eldar Rapaport. The Iris Prize is Cardiff's international gay and lesbian short film prize and enables the winner to make their next short film. As a result of winning the prize, Eldar Rapaport was able to produce the psychological thriller, Little Man, based on a short story by Etgar Keret. Daniel plays the leading role of Elliot who is confronted with his inner demons - his inability to form a lasting relationship. Starring alongside Daniel are Darren Evans, David Hemsted, Thomas Charles Middler and Jamie Thompson. Little Man was aired on BBC 2 Wales on Wednesday 28th March.

For more information see the Iris Prize website

Hey Producer! - Danny Davies'

Daniel appears on the new album Hey Producer! - a unique collection of musical theatre and cabaret songs by Danny Davies recorded by Londons West End leads.

"I think Danny has produced something new and exciting. Have a listen and I'm sure you will agree." - Dame Judi Dench


This was released on 19th March 2012.

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The In-Between

Sarcastic nineteen-year-old dropout and perpetual under-achiever, Flick Wimple, has always lived in the shadow of her caring but neurotic elder sister, Alice. Since their parents died in a car crash, Alice has had to become more of a mother to Flick - a responsibility that traps them both and heightens their love-hate relationship. Resigned to the way things are, Flick determines to expect nothing exceptional from life and give little in return.

She is forced to re-evaluate, however, when one day she steps through the wrong doorway and finds herself trapped in the space between parallel worlds; the place known as The In-Between. There she is met by the mysterious, if slightly nerdy, Guide Calicus; a young man who has spent his entire life leading people between worlds. He offers Flick the chance to leave her problems behind and journey to another world and, as he leads her through the In-Between, the two begin to form a close bond, causing him to wonder what it would be like to live a life of his own.

But all is not right in the In-Between; other Guides are starting to go missing and tears are appearing in the walls... Ultimately, Flick must make a choice; to hold on to her past, her sister and the world she knows, or risk everything to try and save much more...

The In-Between is an original story of love, friendship and letting go, with both humour and heart.

Daniel and various West End stars have recorded a concept album including 7 tracks.


You can hear the tracks online or buy the album on Itunes.


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The Night Of 1000 Voices

For this Olympic and Diamond Jubilee Year The Night of 1000 Voices will be celebrating the Best of British including some of the most requested songs from Evita,