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Solos & Duets with Hannah Chissick

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14:00 - 18:00 | 27th November 2016

London Theatre Workshop, Leadenhall Market


Inventive director Hannah Chissick leads this unique workshop, accompanied by musical director & arranger, Noam Galperin. Come along yourself or grab a partner, and explore both solo & duet musical theatre repertoire. 


Hannah will be directing the highly anticipated UK Premiere of the Broadway classic, Side Show, at Southwark Playhouse. She also directed the acclaimed recent London production of Marry Me A Little.


Tickets must be booked in advance, and we strongly suggest booking as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Strictly limited Participant tickets are avaliable, as well as many discounted Observer tickets.




Hannah will work with 5 soloists & 5 duet couples, on a song which has previously prepared for the workshop. Each person/couple will recieve a generous amount of time to work on their performance. The workshop itself aims to have a relaxing and supportive atmosphere, allowing participants to feel safe to experiment and try out new things with Hannah.


The workshop will last for 4 hours, with a short break midway through.

Observers will be encouraged to be actively involved, invited to ask questions and support those who are singing in the workshop.



Danielle is a freelance producer and casting director. She won Best Producer at the 2012 Off West End Awards and was nominated for Producer of the Year at the Stage Awards 2015.


She is currently co-producing the 2016 season at Charing Cross Theatre which includes the hotly anticipated revival of Titanic, Ragtime and Death Takes A Hotliday.


Theatre at Southwark Playhouse: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Allegro; Grey Gardens; Grand Hotel (winner: Off West End Award for Best Musical Production, nominated: WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production and 17 Broadway World UK Awards); Gods And Monsters; Dogfight (shortlisted: Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2014, nominated: WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production, 9 Broadway World UK Awards and 3 Off West End Awards); Three Sisters; Titanic (longlisted: Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2013, winner: WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production, Broadway World UK Award for Best Fringe/Regional Musical 2013 and 4 Off West End Awards including Best Musical Production); Victor/Victoria; Mack & Mabel (longlisted: Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2012, nominated: 13 Broadway World UK Awards and 6 Off West End Awards); Parade (longlisted: Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2011, nominated: WhatsOnStage Award for Best Musical Revival 2012, Off West End Award for Best Musical Production 2012); Company.


Other theatre includes: Pure Imagination (St James); Man To Man (Park); My Lifelong Love - An Evening With Georgia Stitt And Friends (Garrick); Frances Ruffelle - Paris Original (St James Studio); Evita, Grease (Ljubljana Festival, Slovenia); Taboo (Brixton Club House - winner, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production 2013); The Pitchfork Disney (Arcola); Burlesque (Jermyn Street - winner, Off West End Award for Best New Musical 2012); Noël And Gertie (Cockpit); Spring Awakening (Rose, Kingston); Drowning On Dry Land (Jermyn Street); Legacy Falls (New Players Theatre); Grateful (Cadogan Hall); Frances Ruffelle: Beneath The Dress (Madame JoJo’s, Edinburgh Festival, Wroclaw Stage Song Review, Poland, Menier Chocolate Factory & 54 Below, NYC); Happy Savages (Edinburgh Festival). 




Noam trained as a composer and arranger at The Rimon Institute of Jazz and Contemporary Music (in association with Berklee College of Music) in Israel, He then went on to do his masters in Musical Direction at the Royal Academy of Music in London. 

Noam has worked as Pianist and Musical Director for the Royal Academy of Music, Arts Ed, Central School of Speech And Drama, Mountview Academy of The Arts, The Actors Centre, Associated Studios, The Urdang Academy and The Voice Explained. 

Noam has also composed and arranged for several new theatre shows. 

Credits: as Musical Director Once On This Island (Margaret Howard Theatre College), Dracula (London College Of Music), A Man of No Importance (Royal Academy of Music), On the Town (Royal Academy of Music), Simply Sondheim (Trinity / Laban Music Conservatoire), Slay It With Music (Greenwich Playhouse). 

As Associate Musical Director - The Mikado (Charing Cross Theatre), Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living In Paris (Charing Cross Theatre), Dusty! (Charing Cross Theatre) 

As Assistant MD: Across The Wall (Workshop at St. James Theatre), Marley: The Musical (Workshop, Playful Productions), The Smallest Show On Earth (UK Tour), Evita (Ljubljana Festival), How To Succeed In Business Without Even Trying (City Of London Festival).