Interview: Dan Burton, Phil Davis in White Christmas

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Olivier nominee Dan Burton is currently starring as Phil Davis in the UK tour of White Christmas, having previously played the role in the West End at the Dominion Theatre. 

Described as “a timeless romantic comedy to warm hearts of all ages”, White Christmas has music and lyrics by Irving Berlin and book by David Ives and Paul Blake. 


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Dan’s theatre credits include playing Giles in The Mousetrap (West End), Don Lockwood in Singin’ In The Rain (Paris), Jerry in Top Hat (Kilworth House), Billy in 42nd Street (Paris), Riff in West Side Story (Austria) and he was nominated for an Olivier Award for his performance as Tulsa in Gypsy (Savoy Theatre / Chichester); 

 Earlier in his career, Dan appeared onstage in The Pajama Game, Grease, Jersey Boys, Betty Blue Eyes, Legally Blonde, Chicago, Dirty Dancing and Miss Saigon.

White Christmas tours the UK until Sunday 2nd January 2022. You can see it at The Bristol Hippdrome, Canterbury Marlowe, Manchester Palace Theatre, Plymouth Theatre Royal and Edinburgh Playhouse. 

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