Graham is a Musical Supervisor for Cameron Mackintosh Ltd. He is also currently the Musical Supervisor for Les Misérables – national tour (2018), Starlight Express – 30th Anniversary Production in Bochum, and Cats international and national tours.
Previous Musical Supervisor credits include Les Misérables – Mexico, Half A Sixpence – Chichester & London, Stephen Ward – Sydmonton Festival (2013) and the Aldwych Theatre, London, The Wizard of Oz (also Vocal & Dance arrangements) – Toronto and North American tour.
For the show Cats, Graham has been the Musical Supervisor for Blackpool, London Palladium (2014 to 2015), Paris and the show’s international and UK tours. He conducted at the London Palladium and in Paris, and provided orchestral arrangements and reduction for use in all Cats shows and in the Broadway production. He was assistant musical director for the show’s Hamburg run.
Musical Director credits include The Wizard of Oz – London Palladium, Oliver! – Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Les Misérables – The Queens Theatre London, Starlight Express– Germany & 1st National UK Tour, CATS – 25th Anniversary UK Tour.
Other theatre credits include Starlight Express – US tour (Music Associate), Saturday Night Fever – US Tour & Las Vegas (Music Associate), Honor Blackman’s one-woman show, Wayward Women (Musical Director & Piano), Starlight Express – second national UK tour and the 2002 & 2008 German productions (Music Associate).
Recordings: Half A Sixpence – Original 2016 London Cast Recording, Stephen Ward – Original 2013 London Cast Recording, The Wizard Of Oz – Original 2011 London Cast Recording, Oliver! – Original 2009 London Cast Recording, Starlight Express – 2002 German Cast Recording (Musical Director & Conductor). Love Never Dies – DVD additional orchestral sessions (Conductor).
TV and Radio: The Royal Variety Show, The Olivier Awards (BBC & ITV), The One Show (BBC), I Dreamed A Dream: The Susan Boyle Story, This Morning, The Alan Titchmarsh Show and The Passions of Girls Aloud (ITV). The Graham Norton Show, Elaine Paige on Sunday and Wogan (BBC Radio 2).
Awards: BritishTheatre.com Best Musical Director (2014)