The Mould that Changed the World! (2018)

by Rob Hiley

A new musical version of the story of Alexander Fleming and anti-microbial resistance. I am very proud to be originating the role of General Staph at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018.

I've been performing from a very young age as an actor, singer, and instrumentalist. This section provides a little more detail on some recent and favourite projects.

RSNO Alchemy's Happy End (2016)

Musical Director: Peter Weigold

A semi-improvised exploration of the music and texts of Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht under the leadership of the incomparable Peter Weigold.

'Graham Richardson...can send a melody cutting through a texture' Herald Scotland

Urinetown (2015)

by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis

Director: Ken Alexander

Multi Tony Award-winning satirical musical. Edinburgh Fringe production from the RCS.

'engaging and captivating' 

The Reviews Hub

'Graham Richardson and Alicia Barban shared great comic timing' Fringe Review

Showstoppers Zambia (2015)

Director and Choreographer:

Paul Smethurst

An annual concert in support of various charities around Lusaka originally created by Sarah McDonald from the RCS. 

Under the Ground (2015)

by Katie Barnett

Director: Emily-Jane Boyle

A brand new musical exploring the phenomenon of loneliness on a train packed with strangers, stories and secrets.

'witty and warm' The Skinny

Bitter Root (2013)

written and directed by Joanna Alpern

A new play by Joanna Alpern telling a couple's story of love, loss and grief.

'Graham Richardson delivers a truly excellent performance, brimming with nervous energy' The Saint

Spirit Bird Cabaret (2015)

by Graham Richardson and Erin Carter

Musical Director: Tamara Saringer

My first solo cabaret written about my experience watching birds. It went up in Sloan's Bar Glasgow in May 2015.

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