Patrick has appeared in over a hundred productions and eighteen original London cast productions including: Blondel (Aldwych Theatre), William McCoy in Mutiny! (Piccadilly Theatre), Brian Pankhurst in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Savoy Theatre), Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales Theatre), Baker/lssachar in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium), Fat Stan in The Iron Man (Young Vic Theatre), Melvin Klein in The Murder Game (Kings Head Theatre), Judge/Uncle Ernie in Tommy (Shaftesbury Theatre), Lord Aubrey Dymwitt/Blossom in Doctor Doolittle (Labatts Apollo Theatre), Florence Darrington in Boorskale (Players Theatre), Phillipe Claude in The Ultimate Man (Bridewell Theatre), Title Role in DickTurpin, Loki in The Apples of Youth, Knave of Hearts in Alice (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith), Max Bialystock in The Producers (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane). Under the direction of Stephen Pimlott, Trevor Nunn, Des McAnuff, David Togouri, Wilford Leach, John Tillinger, Joe Harmston, Peter James, David Thacker, Michael Bogdanov, Anthony Van Laast, and Susan Stroman.
Other Theatre includes, Joly/Babet in Les Miserables (Palace Theatre, London), Gus/Bustopher Jones in Cats, Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd, Nicely Nicely in Guys and Dolls, Herman in Sweet Charity, Herbie in Gypsy, Faust in Ken Hill’s Phantom of the Opera, Don in Babes in Arms, Schroeder in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Lord Ruthven In Vivat! Vivat! Regina, Ernie Bishop in Its a Wonderful Life, Amos Aimes in Mourning becomes Electra, Mahon in Playboy of the Western World, Young Martin in The Royal Hunt of The Sun, Bertie Trehearn in The Girl From Vancouver, Jazz Trio in the British Premier of Leonard Bernstein’s A Quiet Place, Zoltan Karpathy in My Fair Lady, Stella in Tricycle, Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar, Lets Do It, 60 Glorious Years, A Hard Rock, An Evening With Tommy Steele, Hans Christian Andersen, Don’t Panic! Fields of Gold, Talulah Darling, Father Ted, Bum Bust & Belly, Tribute To Vivian Ellis, The Best of Broadway, Elegies. He has starred in Pantomimes in Wimbledon, Bromley, Plymouth, Glasgow, Newbury, Stockport, Sheffield, Hayes, and Potters Bar.
Patrick has made numerous guest appearances on television and radio including: Thingummy Jig (STV), The Des O’Connor Show (Thames TV), 3 Royal Variety Performances (BBC) The Laurence Olivier Awards (BBC), Miracles Take Longer (Thames TV), The Gentle Touch (LWT), Chalk (BBC).
Patrick has been a regular guest soloist on Songs from the Shows, and Friday Night Is Music Night. Other radio credits include, Taking a Chanson, Sing Sondheim, Herman in The Most Happy Feller, Nicely Nicely in Guys and Dolls, Jacey Squires in The Music Man (all for BBC Radio 2).
Patrick’s film credits include: Chris in A Suitable Fitting (Independent) Issachar in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Universal Studios) Quartet in Holmes and Watson (Columbia Pictures)
As a concert and recital soloist he has appeared throughout Europe and the Middle East, appearing before celebrated audiences.
Original Cast recordings include many of the above shows plus: Garbo, The Go-Between, The Prince & The Pauper, Keaton, and Holiday On ice.Return to Cast & Creative