We’re 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!
A registered charity, originally formed by King’s College London’s Geography and Geology students over 80 years ago, we’re known for entertaining audiences and providing a rewarding experience for our members.
Planning and organisation of the company and its annual programme of events falls to the committee, who are also the trustees of the charity. They meet 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 [email protected].
|Nichola Welch (Chair)|
|Nikki first joined Geoids Musical Theatre for their production of Moby Dick the Musical back in 2009 and very swiftly joined the committee as a co-opted member.
Since then she has been involved both in front and behind the tabs for a number of Geoids shows including The Fix, 42nd Street, Oklahoma!, Little Shop of Horrors, Hair and most recently On the Twentieth Century.
|James Ledward (Treasurer)|
|James joined the committee at the 2017 AGM to fill the vacant treasurer position. This is his return to performing after a seven-year gap and he’s extremely excited to get his musical theatre hat back on.
His past performances have ranged from Galileo in We Will Rock You to Young Walsingham in Half a Sixpence, as well as being involved in performing and producing in a number of cabaret-style shows.
|Lesley joined the committee in 2016, having appeared in 2014’s Sweet Charity as well as helping out behind the scenes on other shows. This year, she appeared in Geoids’ production of My Fair Lady and was Wardrobe Mistress for A Chorus Line.
She has appeared on stage with other London societies too, including recent productions of Jesus Christ Superstar and Man of La Mancha.
|Hannah Parker Smith|
|Having been co-opted to the committee the previous year, Hannah joined as a full member of the committee at the 2016 AGM.|
|Katy joined the committee in 2017 after appearing in two Geoids productions, On the Twentieth Century and My Fair Lady. She is also currently the Company Manager for Top Hat.
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).
|A lawyer by profession, Ed made his first appearance on stage with the society as the aptly named Royal Steward in Snow White.|
|John has been around theatre for much of his life, mostly offstage in various technical jobs, but also seen in such fabulous roles as Dame Dobb and The Mayor of Munchkin City.
With Geoids, he’s done productions where the whole thing was turned up to eleven, and had a lot of
Outside of Geoids he got distracted for nine years trying to get a PhD in physics, before settling on