Geoffrey trained at the Bird College of Performing Arts. He has worked extensively in musical theatre as a performer and choreographer.
Geoff’s work includes musical staging for Les Misérables for the West End production at the Sondheim Theatre, the Broadway revival (Imperial Theatre, New York) which opened in Toronto, as well as the UK and Ireland national tour. Geoff has also worked on Les Misérables in Australia, Dubai, Manila, Japan, Korea and the USA national tour, as well as on Les Misérables The Staged Concert in London at both the Gielgud Theatre and Sondheim Theatre. Geoff’s other recent work includes Associate Choreographer for the revival of Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward and Additional Choreography for the West End revival of Miss Saigon (Prince Edward), which transferred to Broadway (Landmark Theatre, New York).
Geoff has worked as Associate Choreographer on Mary Poppins since the original West End production and subsequently on Broadway, the USA and UK national tours, Holland, Australia, Tokyo, Mexico and in Brazil. He has worked as Associate Choreographer on Oliver! at The London Palladium, the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London, on the UK and USA national tours, Holland, Australia and Toronto, and as Additional Choreographer for productions of Miss Saigon in Vienna, Japan, Holland, Australia, Korea, Brazil and the UK tour.
Other Associate Choreography includes The Witches of Eastwick in the West End (Theatre Royal Drury Lane and the Prince of Wales Theatre), as well as in in Australia, and Betty Blue Eyes (West End). Geoff was Assistant to Matthew Bourne for South Pacific at the National Theatre, as well as Dance Captain for Cats at New London Theatre and UK national tours, and Martin Guerre at Prince Edward Theatre in London.
Choreography includes The Witches of Eastwick (UK tour), Jack and the Beanstalk (Barbican), Encore! Mr Producer and Hey! Mr Producer (Jean Ann Ryan Productions USA), Blues in the Night, Little Shop of Horrors and A Doll’s House (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Television Staging for Cameron Mackintosh productions include performances on Britain’s Got Talent, Blue Peter, the Royal Variety Performance, The Olivier Awards, BBC Children’s Party at the Palace, Children in Need, This Morning and I’d Do Anything.