Marc Lee Joseph
Shogun's Mother/French Admiral/Storyteller

Training: Musical Theatre at Arts Educational School (Winner of the 1st Andrew Lloyd Webber Scholarship).

West End/London Theatre Credits: Rags in Concert 2014 (Lyric Theatre); Lee Harvey Oswald in Assassins (Union Theatre); Claquesous/Pimp in Les Miserables (Palace Theatre); Jimmy Crawford in Fields of Ambrosia (Aldwych Theatre); Annie (Victoria Palace Theatre); Dora – A Tribute to Dora Bryan (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Coloured Lights (Jermyn Street Theatre); Mack and Mabel in Concert (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); La Cage Aux Folles in Concert (London Palladium); Les Miserables 10th Anniversary Concert (Royal Albert Hall) and Annie Cast in Royal Variety Show (Lyceum Theatre).

Other Theatre Credits: Seymour Krelbourn in Little Shop of Horrors (UK No.1 Tour and English Theatre, Frankfurt); Gary Wilmot’s Showstoppers (UK No.1 Tour); Grandmother/Priest in Pacific Overtures (Leicester Haymarket Theatre); Charley Kringas in Merrily We Roll Along (Greenwich Theatre); Alan A Dale in Robin Prince of Sherwood (UK No. 1 Tour); Cosmo Brown in Singin’ in the Rain (Shanklin Theatre); Wonderful West End (UK No.1 Tour) and Solo Cabaret – All Grown Up (Pheasantry).

Recordings: Clear Blue Sky - Debut Solo Album, featuring the songs of Charles Miller; The Fields Of Ambrosia (Original London Cast Recording - First Night Records); Little Shop of Horrors (UK Touring Cast, featuring Su Pollard - First Night Records) and Wonderful West End (UK Touring Cast - David Graham Productions).

Radio: Guest soloist on Friday Night Is Music Night BBC Radio 2.

Film: Marc recently featured in Lara Productions short film No Man’s Land.

Marc is a member of the highly acclaimed Synagogue Choir, Mosaic Voices, at the New West End Synagogue, in Notting Hill.

For more information about Marc go to: www.marcjoseph.co.uk