‘Ronay-Jenkings... A powerful piece and very well performed.’

– Australian Stage Online

‘This gorgeous entertainer…continues to wow audiences everywhere with his amazing voice.’

– Confidential/Herald Sun Melbourne

"Legally Blonde...Andrew Ronay-Jenkings was a treat, as Carlos."

– Curtain Call

"Gay and European...which featured the hilarious Andrew Ronay-Jenkings, is truly ready-made for a Sydney audience."

– Dance Australia (Legally Blonde)

'Their charm, charisma and talent exuded from the stage. The Aussie Boys…flawless harmonies.'

– E Travel Blackboard

'The Aussie Boys…flawless harmonies.'

– E Travel Blackboard

‘He is a mix of Frank Sinatra and Hugh Jackman... not to be missed.’

– Herald Sun Melbourne

‘What a wonderful voice! And what a connection with the audience, he had them eating from the palm of his hand all night.’

– Lillian Frank AM MBE

‘The production was blessed with a star performer Andrew Ronay-Jenkings.’

– Stage Whispers

‘He was a young Producer’s dream as Andrew is better looking and a better dancer than Peter Allen. He also shared the extraordinary stamina of the late singer song writer – nailing all the notes – right down to the last encore in Once Before I Go.’

– Stage Whispers

"Andrew Ronay-Jenkings who brings the house down...as Carlos in the Act Two showstopper, 'There! Right There!'"

– Stagedoorjohnny (Legally Blonde)

‘Andrew Ronay-Jenkings is dynamite as Peter Allen. This professional artist shares centre stage with Allen's memorable songs and the mix of the two is pure magic.’

– The Courier

‘Ronay-Jenkings committed to the demanding role, delivering a consistent and seasoned performance loaded with panache and most importantly ensured that the audience remained consistently entertained throughout the entirety of the show.’

– Theatre People


‘He’s a mix of Frank Sinatra and Hugh Jackman… not to be missed’
– Herald Sun, Melbourne

Andrew is a Music Theatre graduate from the Ballarat Arts Academy and is one of Australia’s most sought after talents. Currently Andrew has been performing as the lead male guest entertainer as part of The Aussie Boys, created by Barry Ball Artists (USA). He has toured all seven continents of the world and performed on Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, Seabourn Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Princess Cruises, Thomson Cruises and Cunard Cruise LinesQueen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria & Queen Mary 2.

Prior to this he performed the role of Carlos in the Helpmann award winning Australian National Tour of Legally Blonde – The Musical GFO/ATG.

Other theatre credits include The Production Company’s The Producers, Opera Australia’s La Boheme and Redroom Theatre’s The Threepenny Opera in the role of ‘Macheath’. In 2011, as part of the Victorian Music Theatre Guild Awards he won ‘Best Leading Male’ for his portrayal of ‘Peter Allen’ in The Boy from Oz.

Major TV credits include Carols in the Domain, The Good Friday Appeal and Sunrise.

In 2009, he produced and performed his own show Andrew Ronay-Jenkings – What A Night! Following the success of this show he continues to entertain for countless corporate functions and events around the country including the L’Oreal Paris Fashion Show, Lillian Frank’s Great Australian Chef’s Dinner, Susan Alberti’s Medical Research Foundation Signature Ball and a performance for the St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research at the Park Hyatt Melbourne for the Prime Minister.

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