Gregor is a Principal Teacher at a large secondary school in Edinburgh. He has loved musical theatre since the age of eight, and enjoys seeing shows in London and Scotland as often as he can. His favourite musical theatre scores are 'Aspects of Love' and 'Chess', and his all-time favourite production is the National Theatre's 'South Pacific' (2001), starring Lauren Kennedy and Philip Quast.
The typically implausible G&S style plot involves two companies going to extreme lengths to secure good reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe with rival productions. Many of the usual Gilbertian elements are included: an abandoned baby, a sense of duty, love across ranks and an implausible, contrived finale. All-new lyrics, set to Sullivan's music, are accompanied by the usual quota of silly dances.EDINBURGH 2017 - BWW Review: BREXIT THE MUSICAL, C Chambers St August 11, 2017
Ordinary Days is a musical portrayal of four New Yorkers whose lives intersect as they search for fulfillment, happiness, love and cabs. When the ever-optimistic Warren finds Deb's most precious possession, the two unwittingly start a chain of events which not only change their lives, but also the lives of fellow New Yorkers Claire and Jason.BWW Review: DIRTY DANCING, Edinburgh Playhouse June 16, 2017
Alexandra Burke leads a strong ensemble in director Craig Revel Horwood's re-imagining of the hit West End and Broadway musical, which features a tuneful score by Alan Menken.BWW Review: CHESS, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh April 1, 2017
The annual spectacular pantomime at the King's Theatre in Edinburgh has built a reputation for being one of the best in the country, and this year's production of Jack and the Beanstalk does not disappoint. From start to finish, it is a feast of laughter, music, colour and fun, and is sure to delight young and old alike.