Graham Tudor

Graham Tudor

At the age of 18, Graham was offered a place at the prestigious National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, where he performed in, “40 Years Young” at the Piccadilly Theatre, West End; and “Othello” at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London.

Graham is best known for his performances as Joseph in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” for Bill Kenwright (UK Tour)

Other theatre credits include: ‘Doody’ in “Grease” (UK Tour); ‘Rocky’ in “The Rocky Horror Show 30th Anniversary’ UK tour and West End); “The Witches of Eastwick” playing Toby and Understudying Michael (Original Cast-Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); Lead Production Singer onboard the QE2; “Hair” Playing George Bush!!!!(2005 Revival Show, Gate Theatre-Notting Hill), ‘Jack’ in “Jack & the Beanstalk” (Theatre Royal, Plymouth),‘Eddie’ in “Mamma Mia”(Prince of Wales Theatre-West End); West End Story (UK & India), Jamie Wellerstein in ‘The Last 5 Years’ (Epstein Theatre, Liverpool), as well as many leading roles in pantomimes for Tread Productions. Graham has also appeared as ‘Dev’ in “Cutting It” for BBC1 and has extensive recording and live performing credits including the original cast recording of “The Witches of Eastwick”.

As a Director, Choreographer and Producer, Graham’s credits include; ‘Brothers Beyond’ (UK Tour), ‘West End Story’ (UK/Mexico/India), and  numerous pantomimes for Tread Productions.

Graham is also the Artistic Director at Wigan and Leigh College and delivers their end of year showcases as well as masterclasses to local secondary schools.

Since launching Tread in Liverpool in 2007 along with his wife Helen, Graham has worked with hundreds of people across the UK, delivering very diverse workshops and courses in all aspects of the Performing Arts, but most importantly, the valuable ‘life skills’ that can be achieved using drama. Graham has delivered everything from; musical theatre master-classes in India to working with ‘at risk’ groups and people with severe learning difficulties. As Artistic Director of Tread, Graham’s aim is to ensure that Tread offers the best service possible and that Tread’s work is accessible to as many people as possible across the whole of the UK.

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