Too Many Mornings
A World of Possibilities
The Leo Andrew Collection
Born in Neath, South Wales, Leo Andrew has worked extensively in Theatre, Cabaret, Concert, Television and Radio for many years. Read extended bio at Spotlight.
Leo Andrew has spent over 30 years playing leading and featured roles in eight West End Musicals including Chess, The Phantom of the Opera, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, On Your Toes, Poppy (RSC), Which Witch, Underneath the Arches, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and performed in the UK productions of Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus), Evita (Magaldi), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Narrator), Follies (Ben Stone), Into the Woods (The Baker), and Anyone Can Whistle (Treasurer Cooley).
His repertory work has taken him to Chichester Festival Theatre, Cheltenham Everyman Theatre, Palace Theatre - Westcliff, Manchester Library Theatre and The Grand Theatre, Swansea playing such diverse roles as Malcolm in Macbeth, Amiens in As You Like It, Robert in Company, Max Detweiler in The Sound of Music and Anthony Hope in Sweeney Todd.
Concert work plays an extensive part in his career taking him to Bangkok to perform with the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra and to Denmark where Leo has a long association with the Danish Radio Concert Orchestra (who accompany him on his solo compact disc A World of Possibilities) with whom he performs regularly as well as many concerts with The Odense Symphony Orchestra, The Sonderjyllands Symphony Orchestra, The London Pops Orchestra and BBC Concert Orchestra. His concert repertoire includes works by Britten, Gershwin, Sondheim, Weill and many others. He has also appeared in seven Night of 1000 Voices concerts at the Royal Albert Hall with Howard Keel, Cy Coleman, David Essex and Michael Crawford.
Leo has performed in Cabaret all over the world with notable appearances at the Marriott Marquis Hotel on Broadway, The Union League Club in Manhattan, Pizza on the Park, London and Jermyn Street Theatre, London. He also works extensively for all the major Cruise companies worldwide.
Various television credits include The Agatha Christie Hour for Thames TV, The Life and Times of David Lloyd George for BBC Wales, and two Royal Variety performances.
Along with many engagements on Friday Night is Music Night for BBC Radio Two, Leo played Principal Roles in two of the Radio 3 Musicals produced by John Langridge.
He has also choreographed Gigi in London's West End and regional productions of A Chorus Line and Chess as well as a revue at Chichester Festival Studio Theatre.