Gavin Tsang has been treading the boards in London’s West End, but what else has he done since leaving college?
Since graduating from MDDC in 2007 Gavin has enjoyed working in all aspects of the industry. His first Job was touring South East Asia dancing on board Costa Cruise Lines.
After his successful contract working for Costa Cruises he booked his first West End job performing in Roger and Hammerstein’s The King & I performing at the Royal Albert hall as an ensemble performer.
Gavin then made his first appearance on TV making it as a finalist on BBC1’s So You Think You Can Dance series beating 8,000 hopefuls to become one of the top 14 finalists to appear on the show to win Britain’s favourite dancer.
He then returned back into the world of cruising becoming Dance Captain working for Mirage Productions who cater for Fred Olsen Cruise Lines sailing around South America and the Caribbean islands.
After Fred Olsen Cruise Lines he booked his first tour with Cameron Macintosh’s hit musical Miss Saigon as featured ensemble touring the Netherlands in 2012.
Upon returning from the Netherlands he turned to the art of choreography and became choreographer for Mirage Productions setting up three teams for their 2013 season.
To date he is currently performing in Miss Saigon in the West End at the Prince Edward Theatre as Cross Swing and also just took up the role of Cover Dance Captain.
Along with performing Gavin also teaches workshops and classes all over the UK including contemporary, hip hop and musical theatre and is currently lyrical jazz teacher at D&B Performing Arts College in Bromley.