Frank Loman 'Stories'

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Last Show: Tuesday 10 th July 2018

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Following the recent success of 'My Eurovision' at the Pheasantry in April, here is Frank’s next show called 'Stories'. 
Full of narrative songs like Sondheim’s ‘I Never Do Anything Twice’ & ‘I Remember’, ABBA’s ‘The Day Before You Came’, ‘Pity the Child’ from Chess, Andrew Lippa’s ‘Love Somebody Now’ or a song from Wicked (we let you guess which one and no, it’s not ‘Defying Gravity’ or ‘Popular’!) the narrative theme of this show doesn’t end there. 
Interwoven are anecdotes from Franks life like growing up in an unmentionably boring town in Germany and coming out - life, failure, lust & love and an interesting interaction with a PE teacher at the age of 15! 
With Ricardo Nunes Fernandes back on the Steinway and Sarah Lebrecht lending a helping hand with the Viola the evening promises to be a page turner of entertainment!

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"It is clear Loman is a deeply sensitive man who wears his self-protective layers on his proverbial sleeve." - David Hurst (Cabaret Scenes)

"The only way you'd find out more about this guy's inner feelings is if you watched him having open heart surgery." - Josh Winning (QX Magazine)

Frank Loman has performed in Les Misérables In London’s West End, Original German Language And World Premiere Productions She Loves Me, Dance Of The Vampires (Directed By Roman Polanski With Music By Jim Steinman) Titanic, Elisabeth (Directed By Harry Kupfer), You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, In London, Vienna, Berlin And Hamburg And Productions Like La Cage Aux Folles, West Side Story, Cabaret, Rocky Horror Show, Follies In The Uk, Germany, Austria & Switzerland. He Starred In His One-Man Shows Stories, Somewhat Over The Rainbow, Frank Loman Sings Bucchino, Khar & Sondheim, Lyrical Linguists From London (With Ellen Verenieks) And Und Die Lieder Beginnen at Don’t Tell Mama and The Duplex in New York City and the Jermyn Street Theatre, the Crazy Coqs & the Leicester Square Theatre in London.

He performed in the buff three times: Bathhouse - The Musical & Rentboy - The Musical At The Above The Stag Theatre And As Jack The Ripper In The Ripper’s 5 at Theatro Technis in London.

He sang on-air for Jo Good and has reviewed the day for Simon Lederman as a guest on BBC Radio London.

He paints, directs, writes & translates plays & lyrics, does voiceovers and has dubbed Les Mills fitness videos & Bollywood Soap Operas into German!

"The voice of an angel, superb English diction, and extraordinary acting talent."
Joe Regan Jr. (Times Square Chronicles)

"Frank Loman doesn’t just sing songs, he inhabits them - with a passion so strong that they could have been written for and about him. He covers such classics as “Merci Cherie”, Austria’s 1966 Eurovision Song Contest winner, proving that his range and versatility is as powerful as his voice and as engaging as his innate charm."
Joe Crystal (Remotegoat)


Musical Director & Arranger:

Ricardo Nunes Fernandes
Ricardo started his musical studies at the age of 6, learning the classical piano and engaging in the school,s children's choir. At the age of 15 he started studying composition and orchestration under Royal College of Music graduate Dr. Luis Soldado. Since moving to the UK at the age of 16, he's been heavily involved with Berkshire Youth Orchestras and Choir. He has been the musical director of 2 school productions - Hairspray (2017) and Bring It On (2018). He is currently studying Composition for Film and Television at the London College of Music and always tries to interlude his compostion work with as much live perfromance as possible


Sarah Lebrecht (Violin/Viola):
Sarah has been playing the violin and piano for 20 years, more recently adding the viola to her repertoire. She studied Music at Cambridge University, and sings with various choirs around and beyond London. She aims to intersperse her day job at University of the Arts London with as much music as possible, from musical theatre to chamber music, and last year joined singer-songwriter Maaike Siegerist’s band on the violin at a number of her gigs.