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Adrian went to Red Roofs Theatre School from the age of 10-16. At theatre school his professional credits include: Carmen Jones, (Old Vic Theatre), Porgy & Bess, (Royal Opera House), Carousel, (Royal National Theatre).

He then attended London Studio Centre where he graduated at 19, being awarded the Sheila O'Neal Cup for most outstanding all rounder, following which he made his first West End lead as Tyrone Jackson in Fame - the Musical at The Prince of Wales Theatre a role he subsequently reprised for a Christmas season at The Edinburgh Playhouse.

Other theatre credits include: JT in OH! What a Night, Australian Tour, Adrian in All You Need is Love, Original London Cast, (Queens Theatre), Smokey Robinson and Lionel Ritchie in Dancing in the Streets, UK Tour and West End (Playhouse Theatre), Rusty in Starlight Express, (Apollo Victoria Theatre), Seaweed J Stubbs in Hairspray, Original London Cast (Shaftesbury Theatre).

TV credits include: Londons Burning (LWT), Christopher Columbus (BBC) Early Bird (CH4), Mentor on Hairspray the School Musical (Sky 1), Children In Need (BBC), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV) and numerous TV commercials, voiceovers and radio.

Other credits include: Guest Solo singer on the Michael Ball Past & Present Live Tour 2009 & Guest Solo singer on the Michael Ball ‘HEROES’ tour 2011, Guest Solo singer in Christmas in New York Concert (Lyric Theatre, London)
Jessie, in the workshop “Praise Singer” (Hackney Empire) & The Geri Halliwell Concert, Moscow. Various Nike sports wear and Marks and Spencer fashion shows & numerous photographic work. Adrian has also performed extensively doing back up and session singing and has done huge gigs all over the world.

"Adrian Hansel switches from beautiful ballad singing to full out belters at will, and can really pop some shapes too."
Paul Phear Magic FM - Michael Ball 'Heroes' Tour 

"Adrian Hansel provides presence evolution and depth to his character -Tyrone jackson."
Scottish Press