It’s 1971. Computer geek Michael Dork and his friends are about to change the world. It's just that no-one knows it yet.Read more
It’s 1971. Computer geek Michael Dork and his friends are about to change the world. It's just that no-one knows it yet. Michael’s also discovered a girl, Holly, a prospect (almost) as exciting as his love of binary. If only he had the courage to talk to her!...Read more
Newman Carter, a world famous astronaut, mysteriously disappears in 1969. Forty years later, a troubled young man, turns up on his doorstep with a letter, which changes everything, for everyone...Read more
Cinderella remixed: "Soho Cinders" is a modern musical fable with a story centred around the complicated love life of prospective Mayoral candidate James Prince, his fiancée and his lover, Robbie... Read more
Based on an Original Concept By Elliot Davis Best Friends and Butterflies is the ultimate family musical. It follows the journey of Benjy and Lloyd - two caterpillars on their way to becoming butterflies... Read more
In 2010 Elliot was commissioned to write new music and songs for Druid Theatre's 30th Anniversary production of The Silver Tassie by Sean O Casey. Read more
The show is set in two time periods, the 1930's heyday of the Adelphi Hotel when is hosted major Hollywood stars and this is contrasted with a modern day setting of the Adelphi... Read more
X was performed in 2009 in a concert performance at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The concert starred Cassie Compton as Anna. To hear the songs from the concert performance click below...Read more
In 2011 Elliot produced a production of Lionel Bart and Frank Norman's classic but somewhat forgotten musical Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be.Read more
Elliot composed and arranged the music for a production of Richard Harris’ Stepping Out which was staged September 07 for a run at Derby Playhouse...Read more
The Secret Life Of Nora is a commission for Malaysia Production Company Infiniti. Nora is a struggling artist who is drawn into a complex world of spies and espionage, which turns her world upside. Read more
Four individual, talented musicians and entertainers, unequalled in their field who recreate the authentic musical ambience of the 1920's & 30's...Read more
Loserville Finishes It's West End Run at the Garrick
'4 shining planetarium stars for Loserville. Packed with teenagers screaming their delight!'
‘Bursting with colour and energy, packed with jokes and boasting the most memorable soundtrack since Avenue Q, this is one of the most fun shows currently playing in the West End.’
‘Sometimes you have an experience that’s so much fun you want to re-live it all over again. Loserville is one such experience.’
‘Laughter, colour, and hot boys.’
‘Geek-tastic. Britain finally has an answer to High School Musical….Impossible not to love.’
‘See it for whatever reason you like – just make sure you see it.’
‘Extremely brilliant cast of vibrant, young talent.’
‘The show is an adventure playground of drama, dance and music. Loserville is a high school musical like no other.’
‘It’s Grease for the 21st century.’
‘The cast is uniformly excellent, the choreography sassy and with a wit of its own, and the band does a tremendous job.’
‘A tidal-wave of kinetic energy. The tireless and perfectly cast ensemble are clearly relishing every moment of being on stage.’
What’s On Stage
‘Loserville is incredibly enjoyable and thoroughly entertaining; One of the freshest pieces of new musical theatre of recent times.’
The Public Reviews
‘If you’re looking for something away from the musical norm, then this geekfest is for you.
It's one of the few shows that is truly for all the family.’
‘Welcome to the dawn of the next generation of West End superstars and welcome to the world of theatre geek chic.’
‘Fresh, vivid and Fun! The design is a triumph of ingenuity.’
‘It brings the audience to its feet in a well-deserved standing ovation.’
‘Rocking, rollicking, poster-bright, high-energy fun. It razzles and dazzles.’
‘James Bourne scores a HIT!’
‘A breath of fresh air and I would recommend it to anyone. If you want a fun, unique night out this is the show for you.’
‘Has the audience rocking out.’
‘A brilliant company of vibrant young talent.’
‘For freshness, boldness and introducing an original and authentic rock musical voice to the theatre, there’s been nothing quite like this since The Who’s Tommy was first brought to the stage.’
‘Nick Winston's choreography is contemporary, thrilling and FUN.’
British Theatre Guide
‘An ensemble of excellent performers.The largest round of applause I've ever witnessed for the sending of an e-mail.’
British Theatre Guide
‘Marvelous. Steven Dexter's direction is imaginative and assured throughout.’
British Theatre Guide
‘The most refreshing, energetic, pieces of musical theatre I have seen in a long while.
A show of winners. I loved it!’
‘The cast fling themselves about with dizzying rapture.’
‘Brought a packed audience to its feet with roars of appreciation. A fantastic show.’
North Leeds Life
‘Brilliant. Reminiscent of the Broadway smash Rent.’
‘The entire performance, from the genius set to the imaginative characterization was flawless, intelligent and, most importantly, hilarious.’
‘Steven Dexter’s exuberant production has a brilliantly inventive design concept by Frances O’Connor.’
‘The staging was exceptional. It’s very, very clever.’
‘The music is brilliant. We recommend it heartily.’
BBC Radio Leeds
‘Wouldn’t be out of place in the West End. Effervescent froth; breezy and knowingly cheesy.’
‘More winner than loser.’
‘Not to be missed. Truly amazing: an absolutely knockout show.’
Loserville Website: www.loservillemusical.tv
View Press release - Click here
Book Online - www.wyp.org.uk
For further details of the show please contact:
Elliot Davis — firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan / Feb 2013
October - December
Jan / Feb 2012
Elliot Supporting The Teenage Cancer Trust
Every year for the past few years Elliot has staged a concert to raise funds to Teenage Cancer Trust.
The Teenage Cancer trust is dedicated to building specialist medical units to meet the specific needs of teenagers battling cancer.
- In 2008 Elliot trekked to Costa Rica.
- 2010 Elliot staged a variety concert At Wilton's Music Hall and then trekked to the Himalayas.
- In 2011 Elliot staged a concert at The Queens Theatre of his new musical co-written with George Stiles and Anthony Drewe called Soho Cinders.
- Elliot and Anthony Drewe completed their trek for Teenage Cancer Trust to Machu Picchu. Click here for photo gallery .
Click here to see the images of the TCT Concerts and the treks.