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The West End Men


G Live, Guildford

Thu 4 June 2015, 7.30pm

West End Men


Regretfully, the producers have taken the decision to cancel the forthcoming tour of The West End Men. We will contact all customers to arrange a full refund.


Make no mistake: this is world-class entertainment with a huge heart

Direct from a West End run and a sell-out tour of Asia, The West End Men return to the UK with a brand new show celebrating the leading Men of the West End. Performing songs from the biggest shows in the World as well as a selection of some of the best rock and pop classics, The West End Men showcases the talent and prowess of some of the finest performers of this generation. This new show, which features X-Factor finalist Marcus Collins, Glenn Carter, Alexis Gerred and James Bisp promises to take you on a journey to the very heart of the West End and its leading Men.

Songs that will be featured in the performance include Bring Him Home (Les Miserables), Music of The Night (Phantom of the Opera), Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific), The Impossible Dream, Kiss From a Rose (Seal), I Believe When I Fall In Love (It Will Be Forever) (Stevie Wonder), Anthem (Chess), and Defying Gravity (Wicked).

Tickets: £24.50*, £27.50*, £32.50*
Concessions & Friends of G Live: Save £2.00
Students: £10.00*
Groups 8+ Save 10%

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*A £2.00 per ticket booking fee applies, capped at six per order. Fee-free booking for Friends of G Live; Groups of 8+ please call 0844 7701 797 to buy fee-free.


Alexis Gerred

Trained at Kent Stage Academy of Performing Arts.

Theatre includes Bobby Croft in Dreamboats and Petticoats (Playhouse Theatre and National Tour), Dirty White Boy in Dirty White Boy: Tales of Soho (Trafalgar Studios), Ian in Rooms: A Rock Romance (Finborough Theatre), Tuc in Fresher: The Musical (Pleasance Theatre), Prince Daniel in Sleeping Beauty (Cardiff New Theatre) Hotel S.A.L.I.G.I.A(Bloomsbury Theatre) Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Bromley Churchill Studio). Television includes being runner-up in Eurovision: Your Country Needs You (BBC Television). Producing includes Plug In The Lead (Leicester Square Theatre). Solo performances include The Leicester Square Theatre, The Pheasantry, The Ally-Cat, The Batersea Barge

James Bisp

James trained for three years at GSA Conservatoire (Guildford School of Acting). He graduated in July 2005 with First Class Honours and has since worked extensively as an actor with credits ranging from television to West End theatre.
Prior to GSA, James trained with the National Youth Music Theatre playing principal roles in the company's productions on both national and international tours. Most recently he starred in the West End production of Monty Python's Spamalot, playing the role of Sir Galahad.
Theatre credits include Cameron Mackintosh's UK No 1 Tour of The Phantom of the Opera in which he played, on many occasions, the role of Raoul Vicomte de Chagny; the West End production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat  as understudy to Lee Mead in the title role; UK No 1 Tours of Disney's Beauty and the Beast  and Scrooge; The Secret Garden (Edinburgh and Toronto, Canada); Stiles and Drewe's Peter Pan - A Musical Adventure and  The Wizard of Oz  (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Merrily We Roll Along (Derby Playhouse); The Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park 2006 Season performing in The Boy Friend, A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Taming of the Shrew;  Into Thin Air!  (New Players Theatre, London); Pasek and Paul's  Edges - A New Song Cycle (Union Theatre, London); The UK Premiere production of Bill Russel's  Side Show and Aladdin  (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford).
In television and film James can been seen in  Waking the Dead - Series 5 (BBC Television) and Higher Education (Bowler Hat Productions).

Marcus Collins

Marcus Collins (born 15 May 1988) is an English singer-songwriter who finished as the runner-up of the eighth series of The X Factor in 2011. Whilst on The X Factor, he was mentored by Take That frontman Gary Barlow, who has continued to work with Collins since. Prior to his solo audition in 2011, Collins was a member of five-piece boyband Eton Road, who rose to fame on the third series of The X Factor. After leaving Eton Road, however, Collins chose to become a hairdresser in his home town of Liverpool. 

Glenn Carter

Glenn performed the role of Tommy De Vito in the Original London Cast of Jersey Boys at The Prince Edward Theatre. Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar at the Lyceum Theatre, West End, a role which he then played to great acclaim on Broadway, for which he received a “Most Outstanding Performance in a Musical” award from the Drama League.
Other Theatre credits include: Floyd Collins in Floyd Collins at The Southwark Playhouse, Gary in The Exonerated at The Charing Cross Theatre, Buzz Aldrin in Moonlanding, Charlie in Merrily We Roll Along, The Baker in Into The Woods, The Sultan in Arabian Nights, Macduff in Macbeth and Robert in Company all for Derby Playhouse, Amiens/Oliver in Peter Halls production of As You Like It on tour and in America,  Laertes in Hamlet (Ludlow Festival); The Man in Whistle Down The Wind at the Aldwych Theatre, American Reporter in Chess (Prince Edward Theatre); Cats (New London Theatre); Marius in Les Miserables (Palace Theatre); Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium); Johnny Casino in the original cast of Grease (Dominion Theatre) title role in Alfie (Theatre Royal, St. Anne’s); Simon Zealotes in Jesus Christ Superstar.
Numerous engagements in concert at the Barbican Centre, Royal Festival and Albert Halls; The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber (inaugural tour with Sarah Brightman); numerous charity concerts including La Cage Aux Folles, Mack and Mabel. Glenn was also a guest in the recent Bernadette Peters concert at The Royal Festival Hall, also released on video.
Carter has also starred as Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar for Really Useful Films. Jesus (Heyzus) in the feature film Nine Lives. As well, he's appeared in the following TV series Psychoville (BBC), Doctors (BBC), The Bill (Carlton) The Travelling Man (Granada); Saatchi in Ten Glorious Years (Channel 4).

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