Chris Holland has been starring in West End musicals for over twenty years from the legendary and original production of MISS SAIGON, Theatre Royal Drury Lane in 1993 to appearing as Jean Valjean in LES MISÉRABLES; Firmin in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA; Billy Kostecki in DIRTY DANCING; Pharoah in JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOUR DREAMCOAT; Khashoggi in WE WILL ROCK YOU; Vince Fontaine and Teen Angel in GREASE, and Elwood Blues in THE OFFICIAL TRIBUTE TO THE BLUES BROTHERS.
Chris has created roles in new work such as Rags Ryan in BURLESQUE and Davy Harrison STINGS' production of THE LAST SHIP. He's also renowned throughout the West End for originating the 'Holland Hop' in Cameron Mackintosh's original production of THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
A most versatile and sought after vocalist for concerts and events and headlines with major orchestras. He presents a coveted one-man show and is a multi award winner for his work with TalkSport Radio.
In 2013 Chris was awarded a Fellowship of The London College of Music and provides teaching, coaching, concerts, gigs, events and performances in as many different contexts as you can think of!
Chris has been teaching singing and acting for over 15 years, preparing students for roles in the West End and on Broadway, vocational colleges (including Mountview, PPA, TBA, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, MTU Cork), and has helped build the enjoyment and confidence of many a recreational student!
Chris brings his unrivalled West End performing experience to his students, adapting lessons to suit each individual and their specific needs, all taught in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Since moving to Ireland in 2014 Chris has helped many students with their practicals for Junior and Leaving Cert, finding original and exciting programmmes.
Chris holds the highest award from The London College of Music FLCM and regularly prepares students for LCM Musical Theatre exams with excellent results.
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