Kit Esuruoso co-hosts The West End Frame Show!

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Kit Esuruoso (Bonnie & Clyde / Spring Awakening) co-hosts The West End Frame Show!

Andrew and Kit discuss Vardy V Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial (Ambassadors Theatre), The Ocean at the End of the Lane (UK Tour, New Wimbledon Theatre) and Generation Games (White Bear Theatre) as well as the latest news about Jon M. Chu’s film adaptation of JosephWe Will Rock You, Stephanie J Block, Oliver! and lots more.


You can stream this podcast via Apple PodcastsSpotify, Amazon Music or you can Listen Online.

You can also find The West End Frame Show via Stitcher, iHeart RadioTune In, Overcast, Castro and Castbox.

Kit is an actor, investor and a dating content creator and coach. He is currently playing Sheriff Schmid and understudying Ted Hinton in the West End production of Bonnie & Clyde at the Garrick Theatre.

Just a few of Kit’s theatre credits include: Bernardo in West Side Story (Opera National Du Rhin), Otto / understudy Moritz in Spring Awakening (Almeida Theatre), Martin Luther King in Satyagraha (English National Opera),  Justin in Love Letters (Queens Theatre Hornchurch), Big Deal / understudy Riff in West Side Story (Royal Exchange), Craig / understudy Raymond in Tina (Original West End Cast), understudy Joe / Stevedore in Show Boat (West End / Sheffield Crucible) and The Last Days of Troy (Shakespeare’s Globe).

Kit won Best Actor at the Australian Screen Industry Network Awards for his performance as the title role in Akoni (One Love Films Bondi). He has worked extensively across film, television and radio. 

Next up, Kit will star in the brand new musical The Land of Might-Have-Been which is running in Buxton and Norwich this July. 

Follow Kit on Instagram: @kit_is_me  

Bonnie & Clyde runs at the Arts Theatre until Saturday 20th May. The Land of Might-Have-Been runs at the Buxton International Festival 7th – 21st July and at the Norwich Theatre 15th – 30th July. 

Hosted by Andrew Tomlins. 

Thanks for listening! 


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