Award Winning actor and director Simon Green (The Phantom of the Opera, Sunday In The Park With George, Kingsman, Mr Selfridge) performs extracts from The Noël Coward Diaries interweaving a wonderful rendition of Coward’s Why Must the Show Go On?
About Simon Green:
Together with his musical director, David Shrubsole, he won New York’s 2017 Drama Desk Award for Life Is For Living.
Theatre includes: M. Andre in Cameron Macintosh’s new production of The Phantom Of The Opera (UK tour); M. Lefevre in The Phantom Of The Opera 25th Anniversary, Sondheim At 80 – BBC Proms (Royal Albert Hall); Jules in Sunday In The Park With George (Menier Chocolate Factory & Wyndham’s Theatre) Lumière in Disney’s Beauty And The Beast (Dominion Theatre).
Film and television includes: Kingsman – The Secret Service (Warner Brothers); A Christmas Carol (Hallmark); In Love With Alma Cogan (Capriol Films); Bedrooms And Hallways; Day Release; Dead In The Water; Mr Selfridge, Affinity, Roman Road,The Agatha Christie Hour: The Manhood of Edward Robinson, The Good Companions (ITV); 24 – Live Another Day (Fox).
Other cabaret with David Shrubsole includes Minerva at Chichester Festival Theatre, Live at Zedel, Crazy Coqs, The Pheasantry and in New York at Feinstein’s, The Metropolitan Room, Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall and the 59E59 Theatres with Coward At Christmas, Travelling Light (Drama Desk Award nomination) and So, This Then Is Life. They have recorded two CDs, Take Me To The World and A Changing World – The Words And Music Of Noël Coward.