Elliot Davis is a British composer, musician and music documentary maker.
Davis started his career transcribing musical ideas for Lionel Bart. He then went on to work in the West End of London in a musical capacity on Miss Saigon, Cats, Les Misérables, Blood Brothers and Jesus Christ Superstar. He Show more... was musical director for the European premieres of Lucky Stiff, Orpheus and The Demon Headmaster, which premiered at the Pleasance Theatre, London. Davis has also collaborated with Stephen Schwartz (composer of Wicked) on re-scoring and arranging his Broadway smash Pippin.
Davis's musical Best Friends and Butterflies formed part of the 2008 Official Olympic Handover Celebrations from Beijing to London when it was played by the BBC Big Band in Concert.
The original score Davis composed for the 2010 Druid production of The Sliver Tassie by Sean O'Casey performed at the Town Hall Theatre, Galway, was described as providing "an elegaic lilt to O'Caswey's rousing songs" by Irish Theatre Magazine.
He is currently co-writing Loserville: The Musical with James Bourne (Busted/Son of Dork), for Youth Music Theatre: UK.
He has an exclusive songwriting contract with Warner/Chappell Music. His song
@Easton Elliot @Joe_Davis is so fun to listen to, the facts are good man!20 hours 27 minutes ago
@Elliot Davis @AFRSmattpeskett interesting item in the BBC news about dementia today1 day 6 hours 46 minutes ago