Alan Burkitt

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Alan Burkitt

Alan was born in Canterbury, Kent and as a child was the winner of ‘All England Young Tap Dancer of the Year’. He went on to graduate from Performers College.

Theatre Credits: Street Scene (Opera Köln); Bill Calhoun/Lucentio in Kiss Me Kate (UK Tour, Theatre Du Chatelet, Paris); Original West End Cast of Top Hat at the Aldwych Theatre (understudy Jerry Travers) and subsequently starring as Jerry in the UK national tour and a season in Japan; Singin' in the Rain (Chichester Festival Theatre); Andy Lee in ‪42nd Street (Chichester Festival Theatre/Curve Theatre Leicester); The Prince in Adam Coopers’ Shall We Dance (Sadlers Wells Theatre); Cats (understudy Rum Tum Tugger and Munkustrap, German Tour); Featured Artist in Viva La Diva (UK Arena Tour and DVD Release); We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre, London); Movin’ Out (understudy Tony, Apollo Victoria Theatre); Crazy For You (understudy Bobby Child, UK Tour); One Touch Of Venus (Opera North, UK tour and Sadlers Wells); The Ha’penny Bridge (The Point, Dublin); Santa Claus The Musical (The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton); Featured Artist in Ol Blue Eyes (Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline); Children Will Listen (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and Tap Soloist in Sondheim's 75th Birthday Celebrations (Hackney Empire / BBC Radio).‬‬‬‬‬

Television Credits: The Sound of Musicals (Channel 4); Strictly Come Dancing, How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?, Dancing In The Streets, Children In Need, and Blue Peter (BBC); An Audience With ‪Kylie Minogue (ITV).‬‬‬

Choreography Credits: Maureen Lipman’s Solo Show: Up for It, Strictly Come Dancing (BBC); Fascinating Aida Charm Offensive (UK Tour); Assistant Choreographer for So You Think You Can Dance 2011 (BBC); Curtains (Arts Educational School).

Alan is the co-founder of Premiere Scholars, an elite dance and musical theatre program for young students.