Robert Hazle


Robert is a musician, actor and teacher. He studied for a music degree at The Queen’s College, Oxford on a choral scholarship. During a subsequent stint as a classroom teacher of music, drama and performance studies, Robert achieved his PGCE from the University of Buckingham. He now works as an actor-musician and musical director after training as an actor at Drama Studio London.

Robert is a co-founder of Heads and Tales Theatre Company, the resident musical director of Partnership Theatre and the regular onstage-MD of the actor-muso pantomimes at the Key Theatre, Peterborough. Other professional credits include the Watermill Theatre’s national tour of Calamity Jane and the first professional revival of Noel Coward’s Home Chat (Finborough Theatre) which earned him an Offie Award nomination.

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