Nigel Lilley

Nigel Lilley Portrait

Agent: Davina Shah
davina@mlrep.com

MUSICAL SUPERVISOR/MUSICAL DIRECTOR

Current and future projects include: CAROLINE OR CHANGE (Chichester Festival Theatre); FOLLIES (National Theatre). 

Music Supervisor credits include: SWEET CHARITY (Royal Exchange); CHAPLIN THE MUSICAL (European Tour); BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM (Phoenix Theatre); A WOLF IN SNAKESKIN SHOES (Tricycle Theatre); ANYTHING GOES (Sheffield Crucible & UK tour); THAT DAY WE SANG (Manchester Royal Exchange & Manchester International Festival); PAPER DOLLS (Tricycle Theatre); THE UMBRELLAS OFCHERBOURG (Curve Leicester & West End); SWEET CHARITY (Chocolate Factory/Theatre Royal Haymarket); TALENT (Chocolate Factory)

Musical Director credits include: THE GO-BETWEEN (West End); CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); MY FAIR LADY, COMPANY (Sheffield Crucible); RAGTIME (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); SPRING AWAKENING (European premiere, Lyric & Novello); LA CAGE AUX FOLLES (Chocolate Factory & Playhouse); PIAF (Donmar Warehouse & Vaudeville); LAUREN KENNEDY IN CONCERT (Chocolate Factory); LES MISÉRABLES (conducting the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra); THE BACCHAE (National Theatre of Scotland & Edinburgh International Festival); ACORN ANTIQUES (UK Tour); THE LAST SESSION (UK premiere – Hackney Empire Studio); PUTTING IT TOGETHER (Harrogate Theatre)

Other credits include: SINATRA AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM; LES MISÉRABLES (Denmark); MAURY YESTON’S DECEMBER

SONGS (UK premiere - Greenwich Theatre); PHILIP QUAST AT THE

DONMAR (Divas season); PACIFIC OVERTURES (Donmar Warehouse).

Television credits include: VICTORIA (Mammoth/ITV); OUR FRIEND VICTORIA (Phil McIntyre Entertainment/BBC); THAT DAY WE SANG (Endor/BBC); VICTORIA WOOD'S CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (BBC) UP THE WOMEN (BBC); 2008 ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE (conducting La Cage aux Folles) MUSICALITY (C4)

Nigel co-authored a guide to Musical Theatre auditions with Mary Hammond called “Thank you – That’s all we need for today” published by Edition Peters.

Trained: King’s College London and the Royal Academy of Music, where he was the recipient of the DipRam award.  Nigel was elected as an associate of RAM in 2013.  

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