Musical Supervisor and Conductor

Stephen Brooker is firmly established as one of Britain’s leading Musical Supervisors and Conductors. Musical Supervision: Old Friends - Stephen Sondheim Celebration (May 2022), Mary Poppins - Australia (May 2022), Sister Act (July 2022), Les Miserables - The Staged Concert, White Christmas, The Woman in White, Sunset Boulevard, Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Half A Sixpence, Mary Poppins, The Phantom of The Opera. Stephen has collaborated with many corporate clients and has been a musical advisor to some of the world's largest companies. He was Conductor and Musical Director for the film of Les Miserables and conducted the Oscars - 85th Academy Awards. Stephen composed and orchestrated music for the Jaguar XE and Range Rover launches, and is an Australian Helpmann Award winner for Mary Poppins.


"The music, supervised by Stephen Brooker thunders through the vast space of Curve’s auditorium. It’s the largest to accompany a musical in the UK this year and it gave me a new found appreciation for delivering such an iconic score. All of the songs leave you with goosebumps, especially Sunset Boulevard and As If We Never Said Goodbye."

Sunset Boulevard at Curve Review

Latest Productions


Stephen Sondheim's Old Friends - A Celebration

A tribute concert celebrating Sondheim will be staged at the Sondheim Theatre on Tuesday 3rd May.

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Musical Theatre Classics

For one night only 6 West End principals, with a 21 piece West End orchestra, led by world renowned musical supervisor Stephen Brooker, will be performing a fantastic repertoire of musical theatre classics.

Sister Act

Brace yourselves Sisters! The eagerly anticipated Broadway and UK smash-hit musical Sister Act is coming to London from July 2022!


"As far as the music itself, the score has been beautifully handled by Stephen Brooker and the orchestra – which can be seen (socially distant) in the pit – is superb. Sunset’s gorgeous filmic underscoring (played at full volume when I watched it at home) brought me to tears several times as I realised not only what had been achieved in this production but also just how much I missed live theatre."