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'Looking for a Home' Extract from "The Boy Who Sailed the Ocean in an Armchair" by Lara Williamson & Jordan Li-Smith, May 2023

In May, Ralph joined the 14-strong cast and 5-piece band led by MD Ben Cox, with Choreography by Suzie Curran and Orchestrations by Ben Ferguson for a 15-minute presentation of a new musical by Lara Williamson and Jordan Li-Smith which was presented at BEAM 2023 at the Oxford Playhouse.

Highlights Reel from LONGITUDE Workshop, The Arcola Theatre, February 2023

In February, Ralph played the Astronomer Royal Edmond Halley in a new musical about John Harrison, inventor of the world's first sea clock 'H4'.

Here are selected extracts from the workshop which took place at the Arcola Theatre, directed by Charlie Westenra.

"If I Didn't Believe in You"
from The Last Five Years by
Jason Robert Brown

Ralph Warman performs "If I Didn't Believe in You" from Jason Robert Brown's musical THE LAST FIVE YEARS above the Arts Club in Leicester Square.

"What Say You Meg?" from
The Last Ship by Sting

Ralph Warman performs "What Say You Meg?" from Sting's musical THE LAST SHIP at the Phoenix Arts Club in Soho.

"Rock Medley" from Catapult LDN's
The Kids Are Alright digital concert

In September 2021, Catapult Theatre London released this 11 and a half minute Rock Medley marking the end of their digital online concert series featuring arrangements and performances by graduates of the 2019 Musical Theatre MA Performance course at Mountview.

Arrangements by: Ralph Warman & Hannah Cound

"A Coast in Darkness" from
Dark Isle

"A Coast in Darkness" is the opening number from Ralph's upcoming musical DARK ISLE, inspired by the true and mysterious disappearance of

three victorian lighthouse keepers from Eilean Mòr lighthouse in the Outer Hebrides.

The video features drone footage of the real lighthouse shot over Eilean Mòr in the Flannan Isles.

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Book by Katherine Tripp & Matthew Hessey

Music & Lyrics by Ralph Warman

Drone footage by Technician Luke Johnson

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