Philip Pritchard

Philip Pritchard is the first singer to have performed the tenor part in the symphonic songs, The Price of the Rocks.  He can also be heard singing on the CD and in the music videos on this website.

Philip is an actor and singer.  Though focused mainly on theatre, TV & Film, he has also sung in West End musicals, on tour and in opera productions.

Philip trained with the National Youth Theatre, Mountview Theatre School and The Academy of the Science of Acting & Directing.   His theatrical appearances include the following:

Clint in ‘Rhinestone Mondays’ (Mercury Theatre, Colchester & UK No1Tour)
Link Deas in ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ (York Theatre Royal & UK No1 Tour)
Bishie in ‘Lark Rise to Candleford’ (Theatre Royal Windsor & UK No1 Tour)
Frid in ‘A Little Night Music’ (Garrick Theatre)
Orsino in ‘Twelfth Night’ (Wyvern Theatre Swindon)
Higgins in ‘My Fair Lady’ (Cambridge Arts Theatre)
Van Helsing in ‘Dracula’ (The Hackney Empire)
DCS Jack Slapper in ‘Uncle Eric’s Italian Job’ (New Vic Theatre)
Theseus & Oberon in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (Churchill Theatre, Bromley)
Jaggers in ‘Great Expectations’ (Shaw Theatre)
Courfeyrac in ‘Les Miserables’ (Palace Theatre, Manchester)
Paul & ‘Crazy Max’ in ‘Blockbuster’ (workshop) directed by Paul Nicholas
Pepel in ‘The Lower Depths’ (Greenwich Playhouse)
Alfredo in ‘La Traviata’ (The Ustinov, Theatre Royal Bath)
Punter in ‘Who Ate All The Pies?’ (Tristan Bates Theatre)
Lewis in ‘Golden Boy’ (Southwark Playhouse)
Torvald in ‘A Doll’s House’ (2-Way Mirror)
Armand in ‘Maupassant’ (Bridewell Theatre)
Henry Rogers in ‘The Lost Plays of Eugene O’Neill’ (King’s Head Theatre)
Count Almaviva in ‘The Barber of Seville’ (Royal Opera House, Linbury Studio)
Ivan Yat in ‘The Chekhov Double-Bill’ (Schepkin Theatre, Moscow)
Mark Antony in Julius Caesar (Castlefield Roman Fort: Manchester)
Count Abolyaninov in ‘Zoyka’s Apartment’ (Old Red Lion).

Philip’s film credits include the following:

Adolf Hitler in Ken Russell’s ‘A Kitten for Hitler’
Jack says, The Scouting Book for Boys (Celador)
The Last Seven, John Commando, Right Hand Drive and Always Crashing in the Same Car (Handmade Films)