Ashley Nottingham


Choreography credits include: Disaster! (UK premiere - Charing Cross Theatre - directed by SethRudetsky and Jack Plotnick); First Date (European premiere- Ivy Arts Centre/Guildford School of Acting); Merrily We Roll Along (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); Snow White (New Victoria, Woking/First Family Entertainment); Sleeping Beauty (Garrick, Lichfield/ Evolution); A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Mountview Academy of
the Arts); Thoroughly Modern Millie (Adelphi/Showtime Challenge); How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); West End Bares 2016 finale (Novello Theatre/MAD Trust); End of the Rainbow (UK tour, Paul Taylor-Mills and the Mercury Theatre, Colchester); Snow White (Hexagon, Reading/ Imagine Theatre); Red Riding Hood (Pleasance/Edinburgh Fringe/Bahrain/Paul Taylor-Mills); Treasure Island (Singapore Repertory Theatre/the Little People Company); Dance Moms (Sky/Lifetime); Snow White (2010 - Manchester Opera House); Junior Claus (SRT/ The Little People Company); Brazouka Live (original workshop/training/staging - directed by Arlene Phillips); Bianca Del Rio in West End Bares 2015 (Café de Paris/MAD Trust); Snow White (2013 - Milton Keynes Theatre/First Family Entertainment); Red Riding Hood (SRT/the Little People Company); Parade (Pleasance/ London Studio Centre); Spring Awakening (Pleasance Theatre/ London Studio Centre); Snow White (2010 - Manchester Opera House/First Family Entertainment) and Wildboyz (UK tour).

As assistant choreographer: 42nd Street tap world record on The One Show (BBC) and So YouThink You Can Dance (BBC). As co-director to Warwick Davis: Snow White (2014 - ManchesterOpera House) and Snow White (2013 - Milton Keynes).

As assistant director: Peter Pan (New Victoria Theatre, Woking/ First Family Entertainment). West End credits include: Sinatra, A Chorus Line and The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium); Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre); We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre) and Never Forget (Savoy Theatre and UK tour).

Other theatre credits include: Hello, Dolly! (Leicester Curve); 42nd Street (UK tour) and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (UK tour).

Television appearances include: The Olivier Awards, This Morning, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, The Paul O’Grady Show, Comic Relief, The BBC Broadway Proms (Royal Albert Hall); Top of the Pops, EastEnders - the Musical, Alistair McGowan’s Big Impression Christmas Special and Style Challenge (UK Gold). Workshops: Love Never Dies, The Wizard of Oz and Feelin’ in the Mood.

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