About Us

Geoids Musical Theatre is a dynamic central London theatre company who perform exciting and entertaining musical theatre. Our members come from a broad range of backgrounds and abilities, and we’re committed to developing their potential.

We seek to produce the very best theatre as recognised by the NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) London area, most recently winning the 2014 Flame Award for Dramatic Excellence for our production of Oklahoma!

Having become a registered charity, we were founded King’s College London’s Geography and Geology students over 80 years ago. At Geoids, we are known for entertaining audiences and providing a rewarding experience for our members.

The Geoids Committee

Planning and organisation of the company and its annual programme of events falls to the committee. These members are also the trustees of the charity. The Committee meets roughly once a month, developing plans to best to support your society and its growth. If you have any comments or questions for the committee, then please email us at info@geoidsmt.co.uk.



Blake Klein (Chair)
Blake KleinBlake has been involved with Geoids since 2011 in various capacities onstage and off and previously served as Chair from 2014-2016. With Geoids, he has produced Sweeney Todd, A Chorus Line, My Fair Lady, On the Twentieth Century, Sunset Boulevard, 42nd Street and Sweet Charity.

Outside of Geoids, Blake is the founder of Pint of Wine Theatre Company and has worked with other London theatre companies. By day, he is a lawyer focusing on transactions in emerging markets.

Daniel Paul (Secretary)
Daniel is fast approaching a decade with Geoids Musical Theatre. As well as roles onstage, backstage, and with various production teams, he has spent much of that time on the committee in some capacity. This is his third time tapping at the computer taking minutes as secretary.
James Ledward (Treasurer)
James LedwardJames joined the committee at the 2017 AGM to fill the vacant treasurer position making his return to performing after a seven-year gap, being extremely excited to get his musical theatre hat back on.

James has performed in Geoids’ production of Top Hat in 2017 and will be starring in the Pajama Game in 2018.

Charlotte Bell
Charlotte is really excited to be part of the Geoids committee this year and work with the team to build the 2019 season and Geoid’s social calendar. Charlotte’s first show with Geoids was Top Hat last year and she will be performing in Pajama Game this November.
Giles Burden
GilesGiles has been working with Geoids for the last 5 years. He has mostly been working in Stage Management and production roles and has been delighted to support the company on previous productions such as Top Hat, My Fair Lady, On the Twentieth Century, Sunset Boulevard and 42nd Street. Giles is delighted to have the oppotuntiy to rejoin the commitee and will be supporting the team wherever he can.
Dan Gosselin
Dan GosselinDan joined the committe in 2018 after getting involved with Geoids as the Assistant Producer for Sweeney Todd. He has previously appeared on and off stage in a number of productions and whilst at university he spent two years as the president of one of the largest and most active student theatre societies, Durham Student Theatre.

Since moving to London he has produced Urinetown and The Drowsy Chaperone for Rollers Theatre Company. In the little time he doesn’t spend in a theatre Dan works in Commerical and Mobility innovation.

Katie McCallum
Hannah Parker Smith
HannahHaving been co-opted to the committee the previous year, Hannah joined as a full member of the committee at the 2016 AGM.

She has appeared in 42nd Street, Sunset Boulevard, Hair and A Chorus Line, as well as the annual Geoids panto.

Katy Robinson
Katy RobinsonKaty joined the committee in 2017 after appearing in two Geoids productions, On the Twentieth Century and My Fair Lady, before enjoying a stint behind-the-scenes as Co-Producer of Top Hat.

She is looking forward to continuing her time on the committee for a second year. When she’s not indulging in something musical theatre-related, Katy works in music education research (which she currently does at the National Foundation for Youth Music).

Edward Steward
Ed StewardA lawyer by profession, Ed made his first appearance on stage with the society as the aptly named Royal Steward in Snow White.

He was the co-director and musical director of Hair and returned to the stage as Congressman Lockwood in On the Twentieth Century. He was also musical director of our 2017 pantomime, Camelot.