Choreographer


Alistair directed and choreographed Robbie Williams’ worldwide concert tour Swings Both Ways. He also choreographed the Charlotte Olympia SS17 Fashion Show.

Theatre: Two Noble Kinsmen (Royal Shakespeare Company); Ghost (West End/Tour); Annie Get Your Gun, Show Boat (also West End) Anything Goes (also tour), Oliver!, My Fair Lady, The Way of the World, My Dad’s a Birdman and Bull (Sheffield Crucible); My Fair Lady (Aarhus, Denmark);  Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, The Sound of Music (Regent’s Park Open Air); Tipping the Velvet (Lyric Hammersmith); Kiss Me Kate (BBC Proms); Posh  (West End); 42nd Street Gala (London Palladium); Only the Brave (Wales Millennium Centre);  A Little Night Music (Yvonne Arnaud); Paper Dolls (Tricycle); Some Like It Hotter (UK Tour); A Man of No Importance (Salisbury Playhouse); The Golden Age of Broadway with Bryn Terfel (Southbank Centre); Once Upon a Time in Wigan (Paines Plough / Hull Truck); Thoroughly Modern Millie, Radio Times (Watermill / UK Tour); Sleeping Beauty (Sheffield Lyceum); Nicked (HighTide); Bells are Ringing (Union Theatre),  2011 ‘Best Choreographer’ Off West End Award); Fascinating Aida (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Life, Bat Boy, Footloose, Romeo & Juliet: The Rock Opera and Anything Goes (Arts Educational); Kiss Me Kate (Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts); Cinderella (Oxford); Aladdin and Sleeping Beauty (Bath); Snow White (Theatre Royal Hull); A Chorus Line, West Side Story and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Cambridge).

Television work includes choreography for Channel 4, Nickelodeon and MTV.

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