Steve has been involved in theatre in and around Coventry for the last 30 years and has appeared with virtually every musical society in the area.
Steve took on the part of Jekyll and Hyde in the musical version, at Rugby Theatre and it won the Noda Award for best musical and recently he then took on the part of Melchett in Blackadder.
Steve first turned his hand to directing with the Coventry Youth Operetta Group YOG among them "Wizard of Oz", "Me and My Girl", "Annie", "Anything Goes", and Barry Manilow’s "Copacabana".
He has recently directed for Three Spires Guildhall including Calamity Jane, Witches of Eastwick and Sister Act.
He has performed in many musicals Li’l Abner in "Li’l Abner", The Leading Player in "Pippin", Julian Marsh in "42nd Street", Judas in "Jesus Christ, Superstar", Cable in "South Pacific", Freddie Eynesford-Hill in "My Fair Lady", Orin Scrivello, the Dentist in "Little Shop of Horrors", Buttons in “Cinderella”, Motel in “Fidler on the roof”, Bill Sykes in "Oliver!", Ugly Sister in “Cinderella”, Curtis in “Sister Act”, Gaston in Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast", Tony in "West Side Story", Curly in "Oklahoma!”, Buttons in "Cinderella", Pirrelli in "Sweeney Todd", Rapunzel’s Prince in "Into the Woods", The American in "Chess", Emile in "South Pacific" and Oliver Warbucks in “Annie” and Sky Masterson in "Guys and Dolls" which he has played 3 times.
His favourite part of all was playing Jean Valjean in a concert version of "Les Misérables" at the Birmingham Conservatoire which raised £10,000 for Kidney Cancer Research.
Professional work has included working for 7 years at Coombe Abbey as Court Chamberlain in their Medieval Banquets.