Jon Robyns (currently playing King George in Hamilton London) joins West End Frame Editor, Andrew Tomlins, to discuss the latest goings on in theatreland.
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In this week’s episode, Andrew and Jon discuss Once On This Island (Southwark Playhouse) and With One Look (Underbelly Southbank Festival); there’s lots of news about Les Misérables, Moulin Rouge and The Menier Chocolate Factory PLUS find out why we’re so excited about the newly announced film adaptation of Merrily We Roll Along starring Ben Platt!
Jon also discusses his new album “Musical Direction” which is released Friday 6th September and his upcoming solo concert tour. He also talks about being a part of Hamilton, his dressing room essentials and stories from starring in Avenue Q and Les Misérables.
Jon’s West End credits include: Alternate Huey in Memphis, Dessa Rose, Sir Galahad in Spamalot, Dickens Abridged, Marius in Les Miserablés (later playing Enjolras on tour) and Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q.
He has appeared in countless shows including The Wedding Singer, Sister Act, Legally Blonde, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Last Five Years, Rent and Miss Saigon.
He is currently playing King George III in the West End production of Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre whilst preparing to release his second album Musical Direction on 6th September and embark on a solo tour.
Visit www.jonrobyns.co.uk for further information.
During this week’s show, Jon spoke about starring opposite Michael Jibson – the West End’s original King George – in Road Show at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The two played lovers, here’s the photo Jon discusses!