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Callum Nicol Aberdeen Dancer

Biography of Aberdeen trained dancer Callum Nicol and his performances and shows

Callum Nicol was born and brought up in Aberdeen, Scotland. He was educated at Robert Gordon's College. As a youngster he was taught dancing by Aberdeen dance teacher Karen Berry.

Callum Nicol then underwent more dance training at the London Studio Centre. He graduated in July 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree (BA Hons degree) in theatre dance.

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Performances Of Callum Nicol

Calum Nicol was the understudy for the part of Adam Whitely (Felicia Jollygoodfellow) the drag queen in Priscilla Queen of the Desert at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue in London in the Spring of 2011.

In 2010 Calum Nicol was the under study for the part of Kenickie in Grease the Musical.

In 2007 Callum Nicol returned to his native city of Aberdeen to perform in the hit musical Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber at His Majesty's Theatre from the 16 January - 3 February. Callum Nicol played the role of Macavity Cat which is ironic because in real life he is allergic to cats.

In 2005 Callum Nicol appeared in the UK tour of the musical Chicago.

Whilst undergoing training Callum Nicol had a small part in the 2004 film Finding Neverland with Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet.

Callum Nicol had small parts in live productions whilst training. These include Dreamdances by the Lindsay Kemp Company at the Peacock Theatre in London, The Classical Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall, Dance Overture with the Shaw Theatre and the New Wimbledon Theatre and the London Symphony Chorus (LSC) Jazz Company UK tour.

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TV Appearances of Callum Nicol

The 2006 Honda Civic Choir advert commercial where the choir perform the noises of the car driving.
Celebrity Stars in Their Eyes on Granada TV.

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