Here is another ‘On The Couch With Christine’ interview and this time we chatted to the amazingly talented Andrew Bevis. Read more about Andrew below. To see more of our On The Couch interviews check out our YouTube page For more on Christine Denny from Tapatak Oz go to
Andrew Bevis has starred in a diverse range of leading roles both in his native Australia and on London’s world famous West End.
A prolific piano player, Andrew began his theatrical career aged 18 as Trainee Musical Director on the Original Australian production of The Phantom of the Opera. He then made his stage debut as Barnaby Tucker in the acclaimed revival of Hello, Dolly! (GFO) before touring Asia and South Africa with the international cast of Les Miserables. Andrew was then invited to join the original London production at The Palace Theatre in London’s West End performing the roles of Montparnasse and Marius.
Further West End Credits include Tremont – “Chick with a Dick” in Jerry Springer the Opera (Royal National Theatre/Cambridge Theatre), Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (Piccadilly Theatre), Tobias in Sweeney Todd (Opera North), Terminus; These People; Diamond and Ray Cooney’s Time’s Up. Andrew starred as Lt. Joseph Cable in South Pacific for BBC Radio 2 and most recently as the title role in Cameron Mackintosh’s Martin Guerre (Watermill Theatre).
Australian stage credits include: Follies (Sydney Opera House), Henrik in A Little Night Music (MTC / IMG), Spring Awakening, Favourite Names for Boys (Railway Street Theatre Company), Rocky Horror Show and Jerry Springer The Opera.
Andrew recorded the voice of Prince Lune for The Cat Returns (Disney Animations) opposite Tim Curry, Anne Hathaway and Elliot Gould.