Parade - 2008 Olivier Award nomination (Donmar Warehouse); Les Misérables (Queen's Theatre); Mama, I Want to Sing! (Cambridge Theatre); The Who's Tommy (Shaftesbury Theatre); Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Prince of Wales Theatre)
Shaun has performed all over the world and supported major artists such as Quincy Jones, Burt Bacharach, Berry Gordy, Beverley Knight, Angie Stone, Mica Paris and Erykah Badu. He sang the national anthem for Lennox Lewis defending his heavyweight title against Mike Tyson. In 2020, he supported Michael Ball and Alfie Boe on their UK arena tour. He has performed at Radio 2's Live in Hyde Park, Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Soulstice Festival, the Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Albert Hall.
Shaun has signed major recording contracts with Sony, EMI and Decca. He has six critically acclaimed solo albums with have had worldwide release: Shaun Escoffery, Soulonica, Move Into Soul, In the Red Room, Evergreen, and, most recently, Strong Enough. His albums have been awarded Radio 2's Album of the Week and his singles have entered the UK Airplay Top 30. He has performed on Jools Holland, Songs of Praise and Children in Need. In 2020, Shaun featured on Ball & Boe's album and duetted with Katherine Jenkins on her new chart-topping album. Shaun holds a second degree black belt in Gracie Jiu-jitsu.