Rob Madge

Rob Madge

Rob Madge recently starred as Tinkerbell in Peter Pan at the London Palladium.

Rob Madge is an award-winning theatre maker, writer and actor.

About Rob Madge

Rob began working professionally in theatre at the age of 9, having spent the majority of their childhood forcing their family to help them put on shows in the living room, most of which are now documented on Rob’s social media channels.

Rob’s debut play My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do?) played to sold out audiences at the Turbine Theatre in 2021, followed by two West End seasons at Garrick Theatre and the Ambassadors Theatre in 2022, and a run on Broadway.

Rob graduated with a Masters in Musical Theatre from the Royal Academy of Music, being awarded the DipRAM.

Rob writes and performs their own skits on their social media channels which, as a result, have amassed a following of over 200,000 collectively.

Theatre Role’s

Rob’s theatre credits as a performer include: starring in the London Palladium’s annual pantomime; Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre), Millennials (The Other Palace)Macbeth (Gielgud Theatre), Oliver! (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Les Misérables (25th Anniversary International Tour and Concert), Matilda the Musical (Courtyard Theatre, RSC), Bedknobs & Broomsticks (UK Tour, world premiere), Timpson the Musical, Held Momentarily, Leave A Light On and Roles We’ll Never Play.

TV and film

On screen, Rob has appeared in The Sarah Jane Adventures, That Mitchell and Webb Look, The Armstrong and Miller Show, Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire, and, Poirot: Appointment with Death.

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