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Born in Dublin, Enda Markey trained on a scholarship at Laine Theatre Arts in London, studying on the musical theatre course.

After training, he worked as a singer and actor in Ireland and the UK. He moved to Australia and worked extensively on television, theatre, concerts, and cabaret.

His production company, Enda Markey Presents, has offices in London and Sydney. His work includes Side By Side By Sondheim (Australian Tour) including a gala concert at Sydney’s Theatre Royal starring Ruthie Henshall alongside more than twenty of Australia’s leading theatre and television stars; Blood Brothers (Sydney and Melbourne) starring Helen Dallimore, Bobby Fox, Blake Bowden (Sydney), Josh Piterman (Melbourne) and Michael Cormick; Defying Gravity: The Songs of Stephen Schwartz (Theatre Royal, Sydney) starring Sutton Foster, Aaron Tveit, David Harris, Helen Dallimore, Joanna Ampil and Betty Buckley; Stephen Schwartz in conversation with Leigh Sales (Theatre Royal Sydney), Geraldine Turner in Turner’s Turn (Australian Tour) and the tour of Bobby Fox: The Irish Boy, which premiered at Sydney Opera House. In 2019, Enda presented Ruthie Henshall in her first-ever Australian tour, which included sold-out performances at the Sydney Opera House and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Boublil & Schönberg In Conversation with Mark Humphries (Melbourne) and Julia Zemiro (Sydney)

Becoming Eliza, starring Anna O’Byrne, premiered at the Sydney Opera House in 2022 and is touring nationally.

Enda’s production of Boublil & Schönberg’s Do You Hear The People Sing? has toured internationally since 2013, including seasons in China, Taiwan, the Philippines and Australia. The show has starred, at various times, Michael Ball, Lea Salonga, John Owen-Jones, Rachel Tucker, David Harris, Amanda Harrison, Sooha Kim and many others.

Future projects include international dates. Do You Hear The People Sing? including a night at the iconic Hollywood Bowl in July.