Adam Margilewski

Adam Margilewski


Training: Adam trained for 3 years in Musical Theatre (BA Hons) at Arts Ed in London.

Theatre: Most recently Adam has been appearing in the UK Tour of Mary Poppins.

Other Credits include; Cosmo Brown in Kilworth House’s production of Singing in the Rain,  touring the UK in Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Barnum, ensemble in the critically acclaimed production of Guys and Dolls at Chichester’s Festival Theatre, ensemble in White Christmas at Edinburgh Playhouse, covering the role of Cosmo Brown in the West End production of Singing in the Rain, Swing in Cats European Tour, Swing in Berlin’s production on Dirty Dancing, Ensemble in the UK tour of White Christmas. Adam's West End debut was in Dirty Dancing at the Aldwych Theatre where he understudied and played Neil Kellerman. Credits at college include Pirates Of Penzance, Jimmy in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Ethan in The Full Monty. Adam appeared in Children Will Listen the 75th Birthday Gala for Stephen Sondheim at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and Follies in concert at the Palladium.

Further credits include Dancer in the Carmen Nebel show, Germany television, James and the Narrator in a workshop for Moments, a new musical at the chichester festival, Starkey the pirate (understudy Captain Hook) in the pantomime Peter Pan, Ensemble in BBC television event Britain at war, a nation remembers.


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The greatest story ever told comes spectacularly to life in this brand new musical.  Join us on an epic and inspirational journey and experience state of the art digital technology, innovative staging, stunning choreography with a cast of over 30 in this greatly anticipated event directed by one of the UK’s finest directors.

Heaven on Earth is written by Sara Jeffs and Directed by Racky Plews (American Idiot, Footloose) with musical arrangements by Adam Langston (Alien Covenant, Les Miserables, Walking with Dinosaurs, Batman Live). 


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