Keith Jack


Keith Jack is best-known for finishing second on BBC1’s 'Any Dream Will Do'.

His theatre credits include: The Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour); Charlie in Only The Brave (Edinburgh Festival); Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour); Alistair in Sincerely, Mr Toad (Edinburgh/Greenwich); Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore (UK Tour) and Sparky in Forever Plaid (St James Theatre, London).

Keith’s pantomime credits include: The title role in Dick Whittington (Maidstone); the Prince in Sleeping Beauty (Ipswich Regent,Glasgow Kings); the title role in Peter Pan (His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen); Prince Charming in Cinderella (Whitley Bay/Horsham/Newark); the title role in Aladdin (King’s Theatre, Glasgow) and The Prince in Snow White (Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks).

Concert appearances include: Performing for HM The Queen at the Parliament Picnic; Keith has also performed for the Spanish Royal Family. The Great Scot Awards; Scottish Hotel of the Year Awards; Choices for Life 2008 & 2009 (playing to more than 100,000 people); Lauder Live (Thirlestane Castle); BBC 2’s Friday Night is Music Night; Music, Music.

Music – John Barrowman’s album tour (Hammersmith Apollo); Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Birthday Concert (Hyde Park); BBC Songs of Praise.. Keith also headlined Aberdeen’s Hogmanay Street Party in 2009 with Sandi Thom and Amy MacDonald. An Evening of Movies and Musicals with John Owen Jones and Ruthie Henshall (Cardiff/Edinburgh). He also performed alongside Ruthie Henshall during her solo tour. Most recently, Keith appeared alongside Joe McElderry in Saturday Night at the Movies (UK Tour).

TV credits include: When Joseph Met Maria (BBC Christmas Special) and I’d Do Anything (guest appearance).

Recording credits: Keith can be heard on the soundtrack for the award- winning film, The Dreams of Kings and also a new radio play entitled Unholiest Order, starring Colin Baker and Wendy Padbury. Keith’s first studio album, This Time, went straight into the Top 20. His second album, An Evening at the Musicals, and third album, A Little Bit More of Me, also hit the Top 30. He completed three sell-out UK Tours of these albums. Keith can also be heard on John Barrowman’s album, Music, Music, Music. He also features on the cast recordings of two new musicals, Sincerely, Mr Toad and Only The Brave.

Keith’s newly-released fourth album, Movie Nights, features classic songs from iconic movies.

For more information and to keep up to date with future projects, check out Officialkeithjack.co.uk or @keithjack on Twitter.

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