Greg Arrowsmith

Music Supervisor & Director

Equally at home as a conductor, pianist and arranger, Greg’s diverse career has taken him all over the world working on a wide range of projects.

As a Musical Director, recent credits include: Goldilocks (London Palladium), Songs for Nobodies (Ambassadors Theatre), Snow White (London Palladium), Strictly Ballroom (Piccadilly Theatre), A Winter’s Tale (Rose Theatre), the Olivier award winning production of Dick Whittington at the London Palladium, Sister Act (UK tour + Monaco), CLD – The Real Lewis Carroll (Christchurch college, Oxford), Cinderella (London Palladium), Only the Brave(Wales Millennium Centre), Rocky Horror Show Live (Playhouse Theatre and Live European broadcast), Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Playhouse Theatre + London cast recording), Guys and Dolls (Chichester Festival Theatre), Chess (UK tour, Trieste and Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto), Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium, UK tour and Singapore), Shall We Dance? (Saddler’s Wells), Cole Porter’s Aladdin (Saddler’s Wells), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Vaudeville Theatre.)

Arrangement credits include: Colored Lights (OCR), The Entertainer (UK tour), Club Tropicana (UK tour), The Rink(Southwark Playhouse),Twist and Shout (UK tour), Snow White, Jack and the Beanstalk + Cinderella (also composer of new scores – Theatre Royal, Newcastle) Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2015 (Australia), Christmas at St Pauls (St Paul Cathedral), Happy Days (UK tour), J’Accuse (Film score Petula Clark), Bugle Boy (UK tour), Satin & Steel (UK tour), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (UK Tour), Monte-Carlo Circus Festival, (Monaco), A Chorus Line(Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage), The Ballad of Benny Junior (Riverside studios), The reconstruction of the score for Cole Porter’s Aladdin (Sadler’s Wells), Dan Koeks album “High”, The 175th anniversary of the Theatre Royal Newcastle, Shout! (West End and UK tour), Noel and Gertie (UK tour) and numerous workshops of new works including Leopard Song, The Canary Girls, The Best of Friends, Gone but Not Forgotten, Hansel & Gretel (also composer), and Celebration Christmas.

Broadcast credits include: The Great Gatsby (streamed from Cadogan Hall), The Queens Christmas broadcast (BBC 2020), The Rocky Horror Picture Show Live (European Cinema Broadcast + Sky Arts), Blue Peter, Woman’s Hour, Wetten Das (Live German Broadcast), Christmas at St Pauls (Classic FM),

In collaboration with writer/producer Matt Parry, Greg has conducted recordings of Sheherazade (Starring Brian Blessed and Rory Bremner), Swan lake and Peer Gynt for the melodramatic Productions label. These large scale projects are designed to reintroduce children to classical music and exposure young people to orchestras. For more details visit

In 2017, Greg was invited to perform for HRH Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace with Australian tenor and long-term collaborator Dan Koek.