Giovanni Spano in Bat Out Of Hell
Giovanni is currently playing the supporting role of Ledoux in Bat Out Of Hell which had its world premiere at Manchester Opera House before transferring to the London Palladium. The show recently finished playing in Toronto at the Ed Mirvish Theatre and returns to London in 2018 to play at the Dominion Theatre.
The book is by Jim Steinman with early writing by Stuart Beattie, music and lyrics by Jim Steinman and direction by Jay Scheib.
**** 'Ridiculous, overblown, baffling – and a joy' - The Stage
***** 'It’s a captivating and memorable production. Not to be missed.' - LondonTheatre1
**** 'A full throttle, high volume, spectacular rebirth of a musical masterpiece.' - WhatsOnStage
***** ‘A TRULY STAGGERING PIECE OF MUSICAL THEATRE... NO EXCUSES, GET A TICKET WHILE YOU CAN’ - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
***** ‘THIS SHOW HAS LITERALLY CHANGED THE WAY MUSICALS ARE STAGED FOREVER’ - NORTH WEST END
***** '...there are particularly strong performances from Danielle Steers as Zahara, Dom Hartleu-Harris as Jagwire, Giovanni Spano as Ledoux and Andrew Patrick-Walker, who joins Harris and Spano in a beautiful rendition of Objects In The Rearview Mirror.' - The Arts Shelf