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Adam Pettigrew & Alan Pearson

Adam Pettigrew & Alan Pearson
Adam Pettigrew

Adam trained at the BRIT School before completing a degree in BA (Hons) Musical Theatre at the prestigious Arts Educational Schools.

Adam made his West End debut in the hit musical Wicked, starring in the role of ‘Boq’ at the Apollo TheatreFrom this, Adam was then offered the lead in Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s touring production of Avenue Q, performing at renowned venues across the UK.

Other Theatre credits include:

Oh What A Lovely War (Haymarket Theatre), Christmas in New York (Lyric Theatre, London) and Peter Pan (Ashcroft Theatre), and Adam also appeared in the Disney film Muppets Most Wanted.

Adam teaches a range of Musical Theatre classes at City Academy – working with students of all abilities – and aims to create a fun and supportive atmosphere for his students. He enjoys helping students improve their vocal technique, and watching them discover and develop new skills.

Read an interview with Adam about his Musical Theatre courses here.)

Alan Pearson

Alan trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and has performed at venues including the National Theatre and Donmar Warehouse. 

Alan is also a freelance teacher for Mountview Academy, London Studio Centre, Colin’s Performing Arts, Stagecoach, Boden’s Studios, Theatre Tots among others. He recently returned to the UK after living in Sydney, Australia for nearly three years working for the Australian Museum developing and running programs and educational visits for young people.

Theatre: One Man Two Guvnors (National Theatre); The Mitford Girls (Theatre On The Fly, Chichester Festival); Me & My Girl(Kilworth House Theatre); Avenue Q (Gielgud, Wyndhams, West End); Hamlet (Donmar Warehouse); Jack & The Beanstalk (Palace Theatre, Watford); Pirates of Penzance (Kilworth House Theatre); Hair (English Theatre, Frankfurt); And THe World Goes Round (Wyndhams); Raindogs (Trafalgar Studios); The Sound of Music (Patticion Municipal Amphitheater, Cyprus); The Pillowman; My Fair Lady and Follies (Kenneth More Theatre – Judith Walker Award)