Frank Loman


Frank Loman an international performer has appeared in many musicals and cabaret’s including Les Miserables in London’s West End, the World Premiere of the  original German Language  production of She Loves Me, Dance of the Vampires (directed by Roman Polanski with music by Jim Steinman) Titanic, Elisabeth (directed by Harry Kupfer), You're A Good Man and Charlie Brown.

European appearances in Vienna, Berlin and Hamburg include productions of La Cage Aux Follies, West Side Story, Cabaret, Rocky Horror Show, and Follies in the UK, Germany, Austria & Switzerland. 

Frank regularly appears at the Pheasantry Chelsea bringing his individual talent to his unique performances of ‘My Eurovision 2018 Stories’  (for which he wrote the title song with Ricardo Nunes Fernandes) and A Singer Must Die - The Songs and Words of Leonard Cohen.

He has starred in his one-man shows, Somewhat Over the Rainbow, Frank Loman sings Bucchino, Khar & Sondheim, Lyrical Linguists from London (with Ellen Verenieks) and Und Die Lieder Beginnen at Don’t Tell Mama and The Duplex in New York City and at the Jermyn Street Theatre, The Crazy Coqs and The Leicester Square Theatre in London. 

Frank has performed in the buff a number of times, Bathhouse - The Musical and Rentboy - The Musical at The Above the Stag Theatre and as Jack the Ripper in The Ripper’s 5 at Theatro Technis in London.

In addition he has reviewed the day with Simon Lederman as a guest on the Late Show and sang for Jeni Barnett & Jo Good on BBC Radio London.

When time allows Frank paints, directs, writes & translates plays & lyrics, does voiceovers and has even dubbed Les Mills fitness videos & Bollywood soap operas into German.