Antony Hansen

Soldier (Hannibal)

Theatre includes: earlier in 2012, alternate Charles Darnay in the new musical version of A Tale of Two Cities directed by Paul Nicholas (Charing Cross Theatre). Also recently, a year in Wicked (Apollo Victoria) and appearing in the 25th anniversary Les Misérables concert of the world’s longest-running musical at The O2 after spending a year at the Queen’s Theatre in the Les Misérables company where he played the leading role of Marius on many occasions. Antony was the youngest Joseph finalist in the BBC TV show Any Dream Will Do and then spent time at Mountview Theatre School before joining the cast of the record-breaking Bill Kenwright touring production of Joseph, first as a Brother, then as the Elvis character Pharaoh, and finally the coat of many colours was his, and Antony’s dream came true when he played the role of Joseph. Also, An Audience with Antony Hansen at his local theatre, the New in Oxford, creating the principal role of Fred in the new musical Gutter Press (Riverside Studios, Tête-a-Tête Opera Festival) and his pantomime debut playing the title role in Aladdin (Ashcroft, Croydon, Christmas 2011).

Recordings include: His first album Dream On featured four of the Any Dream alumni and was launched with a concert at the London Palladium and his second album Saturday Night at the Movies is awaiting release.