Phil’s stage debut was at the age of two when he was thrown on stage in the pantomime Bar Bar Black Sheep.
After several decades as a child star he worked his passage to New York honing his novelty wine swallowing act in the legendary Zinfandel Follies (1907).
Other theatre includes: Spring and Port Wine, H.M.S. Pinot-fore (Yootha Joyce Theatre), Cyrano de Bergerac, The Grapes of Wrath, Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Swiggers, The Barbarossa of Seville (Hasselhoff Opera House) Vino! Vino Regina!, The Killing of Spritzer George (Beryl Reid Theatre), Lerner and Lowe’s Off the Wagon (Jancis Robinson Theatre),Turn of the Corkscrew (Betty Ford Clinic), Measure for Measure.
Phil is a leading exponent of Sondheim appearing in A Little Nightcap, Sunday in the Park Under a Bench, Sweeney Toddy, Merrily We Roll Along.
Cabaret: Phil can often be seen cruising with his cabaret act Grenache With Panache!
Film includes: Corkzapoppin (1938), The Wizard of Oz Clarke, To Syrah With Love, Victor/Victoria Wines, The Lost Weekend.
Recordings: Phil enjoyed chart success duetting with Amy Winehouse, on the hit single “Muscat Love”. He’s hoping for similar success with his solo single, “Everything’s Coming up Rosé”.
Television: The (Bar) Bill, Riesling Damp, Six Fitou Under, Cheers. Phil makes regular appearances in Casualty.
Phil would like to thank the God Bacchus, family and friends for all their love and support.
Visit his website: shallweopenanother.com
Andrew first appeared in a theatre audience at the age of four in Sleeping Beauty. He slept like a baby.
Born into a totally imaginary theatrical dynasty, Andrew trained at Mary Lennard’s Saturday morning drama school in Great Malvern where he underwent gruelling relaxation exercises.
Although a precocious child and widely considered something of a prodigy by his mother, he never dared dream that one day he would find himself sleeping through a real West End show in the heart of London’s famous theatreland.
Theatre: Best known for his definitive Snora in A Doll’s House, recent triumphs include:
The Doze Tattoo, Catnap on a Hot Tin Roof, Chekhov’s The Three Siestas, Sandman and Superman (By GB Snore at the Snore Theatre, Euston Road), Wesker’s Kips With Everything, A Disappearing Slumber, Nod off Carnage, Snooze Life is it Anyway?, Avenue Zzzz, Desperately Seeking Snoozin’.
Also: The Drowsy Chaperone, Dream Girls, Awake and Sing!, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Pillow Man, The Pyjama Game, Bombay Dreams, Twelfth Night.
Films: Coma, Sleepy Hollow, Sense and Insensibility and of course Hibernator 2,
TV: Andrew doesn’t do TV.
Andrew would like to thank his mother for knitting him a sweater.