David Fallon


David Fallon


David holds a 1st class honours degree in Actor Musicianship from Rose Bruford College.

In 2019, he co-wrote ‘Life, Apparently’ a politically driven, actor musician musical about AIDS activism. It debuted at Hoxton Hall in June 2019. Since then he has continued to develop the piece working closely with New York AIDS activist and historian, Ron Goldberg and director Abigail Pickard Price.

Most recently, David was the composer attached to ‘Swing For The Fences’, a short film currently in post-production that will be touring the festival circuit in 2021.

Since 2019, David has collaborated with Sam Cochrane on Scouts! The Musical as the composer and lyricist. The show was one of 41 new musicals selected to appear at BEAM Festival 2020.

David is a proud associate artist of The Bohemians Theatre Company, a Rose Bruford born group that specialise in politically driven new actor musician musicals.

Over lockdown he is recording an album. He has just finished an R&D of new musical ‘Up The Junction’ written with Nicky Allpress. Currently, he is developing a musical about his great-grandmother who stowed away on a ship to America in the 1920s.

His theatre credits include ‘Pardoned’ (The Bohemians Theatre Co.), ‘Romeo & Juliet’, ‘Hamlet’ (Cranked Anvil), ‘Manifesto For a New City’ (Northern Stage),‘Baba Yaga’ (Theatre Hullabaloo). He appeared as the Prince in the recent actor musician adaption of ‘The Prince & The Pauper’ at the Watermill Theatre.



Writer Type

Lyricist, Composer