'Cats' Musical Wiki

Cats Credits[]

London - 06/1998 - Old Deuteronomy

London - 09/1998 - Old Deuteronomy

London - 02/1999 - Old Deuteronomy

London - 07/1999 - Old Deuteronomy

London - 11/1999 - Old Deuteronomy

(left by 04/2000)

London - 10/2001 - 05/2002 - Alt Old Deuteronomy

UK Tour - 03/2003 - Old Deuteronomy

UK Tour - 03/2006 - Old Deuteronomy

UK Tour - 02/2013 - Old Deuteronomy

UK Tour - 02/2014 - Old Deuteronomy

UK Tour - 05/2014 - Old Deuteronomy

Palladium - 12/2014 - Old Deuteronomy

UK/Intl Tour - 06/2019 - Old Deuteronomy

Biography (2019)[]

Theatre credits: The Proprietor in Assassins (Gate Theatre Dublin); Old Deuteronomy in Cats (West End and international tour); Don Quixote in Man of la Mancha (The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh); Frollo in Notre Dame de Paris; Montenotte in Napoleon (West End); Eddie / Dr.Scott in The Rocky Horror Show; King Richard in Robin Hood and South Pacific; Tony Gliardi in The Fix (Donmar Warehouse); Jean Valjean in Les Miserables; Peron in Evita; Molokov in Chess and Peter in Jesus Christ Superstar; Egeus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Sir Walter Blount in Henry IV Part 1 (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Larry in Sondheim’s Company; Badger in The Adventures of Mr. Toad and Daddy Warbucks in Annie (Cork Opera House).

Television and radio credits: living in Spain for 9 years, Nic hosted his own weekly radio show The Sound of Musicals (expat radio station TRE) and appeared as a contestant on 1992’s Masterchef.

Pantomime characters include: Alderman Fitzwarren, The Emperor of China, The Sultan of Morocco, Abanazar, King Cuthbert and Ugly Sister.

Other credits: Nic was nominated for the prestigious Theatre Managers Association Award for Best Performance in a Musical.



UK Tour 2003[]

UK Tour 2013/14[]

London Revival[]

UK / International Tour 2019[]