A NIGHT AT THE THEATRE
Training: Victorian College of the Arts, Australia.
Before moving to the UK in 2000, his credits included ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, ‘South Pacific’, Sondheim’s ‘Follies’ in the role of ‘Young Ben’, Freddie Eynsford-Hill in ‘My Fair Lady’, ‘Miss Saigon’ (original Australian cast),’Jesus Christ Superstar’, ‘Henrick’ in ‘A Little Night Music’ (Melbourne Theatre Company), ‘Ravenal’ in Livent's production of ‘Showboat’, the title role in ‘Leonardo - A Portrait of Love’ and guest starred as ‘Domenique' in the NIDA production of Steven Schwartz’s ‘The Baker Wife’. He also performed with the Victoria State Opera and Opera Australia, including the role of 'Nadir' in Bizet's ‘The Pearl Fisher's’, 'Parpignol' in ‘La Boheme’ and 'Algenore' in Mozart's ‘Il Re Pastore’.
Tim has sung all over the world, from New York to Moscow, from Japan to Italy. He regularly sings with the BBC Concert Orchestra and has performed with the artists including Beyonce, Pink, Michael Ball, Elaine Paige and Sarah Brightman.
His UK debut was the role of ‘Tony’ in ‘West Side Story’ (West End and UK tour). Since then he appeared as ‘Frederick’ in D’Oyly Carte’s ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ at the Savoy, as ‘The Man’ in ‘Whistle Down the Wind’ (UK tours 2001-2002 and 2003, and West End Palace Theatre, 2006), ‘Bobby’ in ‘Putting it Together’ at the Manchester Library Theatre, ‘Jerry’ in ‘The Full Monty’ (UK No 1 Tour) and ‘The Thing about Men’ which played to full houses at London’s King’s Head Theatre. Tim toured the UK in the lead role of ‘Alex’ in ‘Aspects of Love’ and was personally invited to help create the sequel to ‘The Phantom of the Opera,’ ‘Love Never Dies.’ Tim played the roles of ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ for Morphic Graffiti at the Union Theatre and the role of ‘Saul,’ in the West End Debut of ‘Rags’ at the Lyric Theatre. Tim recently finished a sell-out and critically acclaimed season as ‘Billy Bigelow’ in ‘Carousel’ at the Arcola Theatre and then toured the UK and Europe as Judas Iscariot in the Lloyd Webber smash Jesus Christ Superstar. Most Recently, Tim played the role of Captain von Trapp in the iconic The Sound of Music.
Training: Arts Ed
Lucy comes from Motherwell, Scotland and trained at Arts Ed. She toured with ‘Oh! What A Night’ playing Cat and understudying Roxie Rochelle. She then toured with Chicago playing Go To Hell Kitty and understudying Velma Kelly and Mamma Morton.
Lucy got her first West End contract with ‘Fame’ as ensemble/understudy Carmen and Miss Bell and Mabel before playing Carmen full time. She then joined the West End production of ‘Chicago’ playing June and understudying Mamma Morton. She went on to play Ali in the West End production of ‘Mamma Mia’ before becoming an original cast member of the West End show ‘Legally Blonde’. She was with the show right to the end of the run, performing as a swing/understudy to Serena and Margot before playing Serena full time. Lucy then joined the West End cast of ‘Matilda’ playing The Acrobat and understudying Miss Honey and Mrs Phelps before taking part in the political workshop ‘Kingmaker’ at The Other Palace Theatre. She took on the role of Sister Berthe for the first time in ‘The Sound of Music’ during the 2017-2018 UK and International Tour while also understudying Baroness Elsa.
She then became a part of the ‘Mamma Mia’ family for a second time, this time taking on the role of Tanya for a West End Worldwide immersive production in Abu Dhabi. Lucy then played Sister Berthe for a second time in a different production of ‘The Sound of Music’ this time performing in Cyprus over New Year 2018/19.
In March 2019 she created and played the role of Esmerelda Drake in an immersive performance at The Louvre, Abu Dhabi. This was a special production to promote the Jan Steen painting of ‘The Banquet of Antony And Cleopatra.’ Lucy then played the role of Tanya for a second time in an immersive production for the film ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’ on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.
Other credits include: Taggart, (ITV) ‘Mother Goose’ Pantomime Motherwell, ‘Cinderella’ Southampton, MySight Kiosk, The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV), Children In Need (BBC).
Training: Arts Educational
Spencer most notably understudied the Main Role of ‘Sam Wheat' in ‘Ghost’ the musical as well as the role of 'Carl'.
Spencer has recently returned from the ‘Motown’ UK & Ireland tour playing the role of ‘Barney’ and was previously in the original cast of ‘Shrek’ (Drury Lane).
Other credits include ‘Harry’ in ‘My Fair Lady’ (The Mill at Sonning) and ’Nigel Danvers' in 'Salad Days' (Riverside Studios and Bristol Old Vic) Spencer has travelled the world as a vocalist. He’s toured the UK with Josh Groban and even been hired by David Beckham.
Spencer has appeared on various TV platforms such as ‘Britain’s Got Talent’, ‘The Alan Titchmarsh Show’ and more recently ‘Pitch Battle’ on BBC One.
Theatre Credits Include: Bombalurina in 'Cats' (Cyprus), Cinderella in 'Cinderella' (Edinburgh Playhouse, Qdos) Amber in 'Hairspray' (UK Tour), ‘Mamma Mia 2’ movie (movement workshops), Ensemble and Cover Sophie in ‘Mamma Mia!’ (International Tour), Iris Kelly in ‘Fame’ (Gordon Craig Theatre) , Singer/Dancer onboard P&O Australia’s Pacific Dawn and Pacific Pearl, Lead Vocalist in ‘Musical Starlights - The Best of Musicals’ (European Tour) , Ensemble/ Cover Jill in ‘Mothergoose’ (Qdos Entertainment), Ensemble cover Dandini in ‘Cinderella’ (Imagine Theatre).
TV credits include: Dancer on BBC’s Comic Relief, Dancer for ‘Mamma Mia!’ on ‘Ant and Decs Saturday Night Takeaway’.
Training: Arts Educational.
Theatre credits: Peter Pan in ‘Shrek' (UK & Ireland Tour); Dance Captain in ‘Oliver!' (Grange Park Opera); Heretic in 'Don Carlos' (Grange Park Opera); 'Mack and Mabel' (Chichester/ UK & Ireland tour); Linville/Postmaster in 'Damn Yankees' (Landor Theatre); Frank in 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' (UK/Ireland Tour); Ensemble in ‘Cinderella’ (Kings Lynn, Corn Exchange).
Other work: Dance Captain in What’s on Stage Awards and Ensemble/ Choir-Olivier Awards 2011-2013 and Radio: BBC Radio 2 Friday Night is Music Night.
Theatre includes: For Disney – Ursula in ‘The Little Mermaid’, Cruella De Ville in ‘101 Dalmations’ and Esmerelda in ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame; ‘Girl’s Night’ (UK No1 Tour); ‘Spirit of the Dance’ (International and European Tour); ‘The Celtic Ladies’ (UK Tour); ‘Rock Around the Clock’ (UK and International Tours); ‘An Evening With Sir Tim Rice’ concert alongside Sir Tim Rice; Vocalist on Sky TV’s ‘Sing: Ultimate Acappella’, ‘Puttin' on the Ritz’ (Australia National Tour); ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (Nottingham Theatre Royal); Thoroughly Modern Millie’ (UK and International tours); ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarves’ (Wycombe Swan Theatre).
Film credits include: Playing alongside the late John Hurt and Roger Lloyd Pack in the BBC Drama, ‘In Love with Alma Cogan’.
Natalie was recently cast in the UK Tour of ‘Boeing-Boeing’ and currently performs as a vocalist at The London Cabaret Club.
Training: Arts Educational
Ensemble in ‘Miss Saigon’, International Tour; Ensemble in ‘Insomnia’ in Dubai and Saudi Arabia; Ensemble in ‘Cats’, Cyprus. His background is parkour and free running alongside gymnastics.
Training: Bird College
Becky graduated from Bird College in 2012 and has performed in several West End and UK tour musicals.
She played Val in Chorus Line at the London Palladium, Ensemble in Disco Inferno, cover Velma Kelly in Chicago, The Last Tango with Vincent and Flavia and 42nd St at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
She has also worked in television having worked on a different TV series such as the Sky Drama- You, Me and the Apocalypse and Galavant.
Training: Laine Theatre Arts
Theatre Credits: Ensemble in ‘Sleeping Beauty’ (Beck Theatre, Hayes), Ensemble in ‘42nd Street’ (West End), Ensemble in ‘Kiss Me Quickstep’ (Eastbourne Winter Gardens) Ensemble/ Understudy Starkey in ‘Peter Pan’ (Southend Cliffs Pavilion), Dance Captain in ‘Peter Pan’ (Glasgow SECC), Ensemble in ‘Aladdin’ (Wolverhampton Grand) Laine Aflame in ‘Laine Leaps Ahead, Flying in at 40!’ (Epsom Playhouse) and Jo Jo in ‘Seussical’ and Mike in ‘A Chorus Line’ (Epsom Studio Theatre).
TV Credits: Dancer, The People's Strictly (BBC)
Training: The Urdang Academy
After completing her training Alexis went on to play ‘The Peacock’ in a Stephen Schwartz Musical ‘Magic to Do’ with Princess Cruises. She has also performed at ‘Lord Alan Sugar’s’ Tropic Skincare events over the years as a dancer at the NEC Arena in Birmingham. Alexis performed at the Brit awards this year dancing for ‘Little Mix’ and performed in the West End with ‘Singin In the Rain’ with ‘48-hour showtime challenge.’
She has appeared in adverts for TFL London and performed in 2 professional pantomimes over the country with Qdos entertainment and Imagine Theatre.
Her most recent work was performing in Dubai and Saudi Arabia’s biggest gaming festival as part of the ‘INSOMNIA’ stunt and dance team with ‘West End Worldwide’.
Joel most recently appeared in Cats as Mr Mistoffelees in Cyprus. Prior to this he appeared in On the Town, Tokyo. Joel also has performed in 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane and also in cinema’s this autumn. He was in ‘Wicked’ on the UK and International Tour.
TV and film credits include: 42nd Street, The People’s Strictly (BBC1), The Generation Game with Mel & Sue (BBC), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV), and The Olivier Awards (ITV).
Theatre includes: Candy Striper/Ensemble in ‘9 TO 5’ on the UK and Ireland Tour; Featured Dancer in ‘Remembering The Movies’, UK Tour; New Postulant in ‘The Sound of Music’ for Louder Than Words; Soloist Dancer in The Alternative Hair Show, Alan Edwards Hair Salon, Gareth Walker; Featured Dancer in Journey into 2020 for BGL; Dancer in ‘Move It’ for the Bodywork Company; Victoria in ‘Cats’ for Louder Than Words.