Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Richard Fleeshman Life Story Interview….
Fleeshman shot to fame on ITV’s Coronation Street from 2002 to 2006 where he played Craig Harris. He left the show aged 16.
In June 2010, Fleeshman joined the company of Legally Blonde in London, taking over from Duncan James in the role of Warner.
He then went on to appear on BBC’s ‘All the Small Things’ allowing him to act as well as sing.
Richard’s defining moment came in musical theatre when he starred in the West End production of Ghost: The Musical, He played the lead role of Sam.
When Fleeshman was offered the role in its Broadway transfer, he left the show in the West End with co star Caissie Levy in 2012.
Next came the hit satirical musical, Urinetown followed by Call the Midwife for the BBC.
He’s now appearing in Guys & Dolls across the UK.
Find out more about Richard HERE!
Enjoy an Exclusive interview with Richard & Alex Belfield via YouTube….
More about Guys and Dolls…
The sizzling New York tale of gamblers, gangsters and nightclub singers will leave you ‘walking on air’ (Daily Telegraph) with a glorious evening featuring some of Broadway’s greatest show?stopping tunes.
Songs include Luck Be a Lady, Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat and My Time of Day.
Here’s Alex & Richard in Nottingham in 2016:
With dazzling choreography by world renowned Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta and Andrew Wright (Singin’ in the Rain and Barnum), and direction from New York’s Gordon Greenberg, this ‘production leaves the whole audience purring with pleasure’ (Times). This is one feel?good show you won’t want to miss.
A cast and orchestra of over 40 is led by Louise Dearman as the long-suffering Miss Adelaide and Richard Fleeshman as Nathan.
Review and interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 22nd June 2016.