Georgia Rawlins

Georgia Rawlins

Key Facts


Georgia is currently training at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on the MA Musical Direction course, after graduating from Cambridge with an MSci in Natural Sciences. She has been heavily involved in the vibrant Cambridge Theatre scene over her four years there.

Georgia is a musical director, pianist, and keen pitband player. In addition to the piano, she has a flute diploma and is a versatile reed player. She is delighted to be studying at such a prestigious institution.

Georgia’s musical direction credits include Funny Girl, Singin’ in the Rain, Astrid, Life With You, Rust, and the CUADC/Footlights Pantomime 2020/1: Sleeping Beauty. She was the first female musical director of this annual pantomime on record. Georgia has also held the position of Musicians’ Rep for the Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society – another previously all-male role.

In addition to her musical direction endeavours, Georgia is a keen composer and singer. She has been a member of St John’s Voices, the sister choir to the St John’s College Choir, since 2018. Her musical Astrid (cowritten by Helena Fox) was longlisted for the Stiles and Drew MTI Mentorship award in 2021.


Musicians’ Company Award: Music Direction in Musical Theatre Award 2022

Page Updated: July 2022

Photo Credit: Nathaniel Wright