Shows: 2 x 45 min
Scott is an award-winning singer, actor and theatrical producer based in London, UK.
Scott graduated from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, recently voted one of the best performing arts academies in the world, with a Masters Degree in Arts.
Scott performed in 25th Anniversary cast Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre in London’s West End appearing as Marius and Enjolras on many occasions. His performance was well-received by the audience, so much so that he was nominated for and subsequently won a BroadwayWorld UK Award in 2011. He was also chosen to appear in the company when Les Miserables celebrated twenty five years at London’s O2 Arena, performing to more than 30,000 people in one day.
Most recently Scott played the lead role of Tony, Billy’s Brother, in Billy Elliot The Musical and has appeared in four original West End musicals including I Can’t Sing at the London Palladium, Made in Dagenham (Aldephi, West End), Nativity! The Musical (Eventim Apollo, West End) and Eurobeat (Novello, West End).
Internationally Scott has performed all over the world with notable appearances on Broadway appearing in Jason and the Argonauts and the Make Believe Gala. Other international credits include performing in South Africa, Korea, New Zealand, Germany and appearing as the leading role of Edgar Beane in Titanic The Musical at the Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto. Titanic sold out the 2,000 seater theatre nightly and secured 7 BroadwayWorld Toronto Award nominations.
Shortly after Titanic Scott appeared as the lead role of Baron Felix Von Geigern in the revival of Grand Hotel in London. The show received critical acclaim gaining 5 reviews from nearly every major newspaper and Garnham’s talent certainly didn’t go unnoticed with Mark Shenton (The Stage) declaring that “Scott Garnham is a big star in the making” and an Off West End Award Nomination for Best Leading Actor.
Notable Television appearances include Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Neil Patrick Harris’s Best Time Ever, Sunday Night at the Palladium and Children in Need. Most recently Scott played guest lead Magnus Godfrey in Matt Lucas’s new comedy Pompidou for the BBC.
Original cast recordings include Honk! The Ugly Duckling, Made in Dagenham and his own self-penned Self Indulgent Ballad, reaching No.5 in the UK iTunes comedy chart.
As well as performing internationally Scott is also a successful creative and producer. His most successful creation to date is the international vocal group 'The Barricade Boys'. Scott devised the group in 2014 after the idea came to him whilst appearing in Les Misérables in London's West End. He later co-produced the show with a debut concert in London receiving numerous FIVE star reviews! To date the group has had two 'sold out' month long residencies at the Other Palace - Lord Andrew Lloyd Webbers newest theatre, three sold out concerts in London's West End, a tour of New Zealand, numerous UK tours and completed their first tour of the United States in 2019.
Scott has also devised and performed his own cabaret at many prestigious venues in London including The Delfont Room (Prince Of Wales Theatre), The Pheasantry (Chelsea), The Hippodrome Casino (Leicester Square) and most notable he created, produced and appeared in 'Direct From The West End', which toured the UK starring musical theatre icons Samantha Barks, Killian Donnelly and many more.
“Scott Garnham is a big star in the making” - The Stage
“Debonair looks and a soaring tenor voice” – TheReviewsHub.com
“He’s honest, refreshing and exceedingly funny” – BroadwayWorld.com
“Passionate performance from the golden-voiced Scott Garnham” – The Express
“The crowd were on their feet begging Garnham for more” – York Press
“Scott is that rare talent that simply blows you away” – PublicReviews.com