Peter Pan

Scott Gallagher


 

It’s been a long time away performing locally at Christmas for Scott, but after 6 years working In pantomime’s in Middlesbrough Scott is Finally back home. The fact that it's going to be within the beautiful Opera House makes it even sweeter. Away from Peter Pan Scott's biggest project this year has being brought on board as part of the breakfast show at 96.5 RADIO WAVE. The new morning schedule has been a very challenging but satisfying one and he hopes along with Hayley Kay and Producer Aaron he can build a morning force to be reckoned with.

 

Taking up more of his time has also has been the continual success of his very own  production company.  Along with his wife Lucy they provide full entertainment packages for venues and holiday parks alike around the country. His first passion however has always been performing and in particular theatre. Since the age of 4 Scott has been treading the boards appearing all over the country. From Musical theatre to Children's shows and of course pantomime.

 

Somehow different to other performers he learnt his trade on the holiday park circuit putting on the red, blue and multicoloured coats of butlins, pontins and haven respectively for a total of 5 years. from there he has never looked back, turning his hand to cabaret performing , hosting, comedy and television presenting. Most recently working for sky sports as a on floor presenter for their snooker and world pool championship competitions.

 

Away from pefforming he loves to spend time on the golf course and in particular spending time with his beautiful Daughter Poppy 8 and his 3 year old son Teddy. Both of them are already showing there dad how it should be done with Poppy already performed in many dancing and amateur dramatic performances. And teddy always knowing how to bop round the house when the tunes are played. With their mums dancing and dads cheekiness and laughter you may see them at a local theatre themselves making headlines of her own.

 

Please sit back and enjoy the show. 

 


Go Back