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Training: Arts Educational School. 


 Credits: Theatre includes Connie Burelli in The Rat Pack (UK tour), understudied and played the lead role of Lady Jacqueline and also understudied the role of Sally Smith in Me and My Girl (UK tour), understudied and played the lead role of Tracey Lord in High Society (UK tour), June, understudied and played the lead role of Velma Kelly in Chicago (West End), Helevetia Burelli in The Rat Pack (West End.) Susie in Crazy for You (Kilworth Theatre, Leicester). Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (Kilworth Theatre, Leicester.) West End cast of Chicago-played Liz and understudied and played the role of Mama Morton, understudied and played Miss Gulch and the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz, (London Palladium.) The Ratpack UK tour as Helevetia and Dance Captain. Mayor Belgoody/Ma Ferd in the UK premiere of The Toxic Avenger at The Southwark Playhouse, Hedy LaRue and Dance Captain in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Moon Goddess/Rose in Luna Park for Page to Stage (Tristan Bates Theatre.) Mrs. Wimp in Bananaman the Musical (Southwark Playhouse) Other credits include: Vocalist for World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention in Myanmar (Vocal-i-SIng) Bond Girl dancer in A Celebration of James Bond (West End), and June in Chicago with the West End and Broadway team in Istanbul.

TV Credits: Vanessa in Hollyoaks, Karen in Eastenders. Dancer on Galavant (HBO) Alan Titchmarsh Show, Strictly Come Dancing,The Feelgood Factor, This Morning and John Barrowman’s Tonight’s the Night.


Training: Birmingham School of Speech & Drama 


Credits: Carmen in Sweet Charity (The Watermill Theatre), Eileen in Our Blue Heaven (New Wolsey, Ipswich), Fairy Fortywinks in Sleeping Beauty (Central Theatre, Chatham), Mum in Who To Follow (New Wolsey Theatre), Swing & u/s Sister Mary Patrick & Mother Superior in Sister Act (UK Tour), Freda Woodward/Val in Tom The Musical (UK Tour), Fairy in Sleeping Beauty (Gordon Craig Theatre), Carmen in Sweet Charity (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich), Kit Kat Girl in Cabaret (MAC, Belfast), Vanity in Beauty and the Beast (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich), Heather in Our House (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich), Jemima The Giants Wife in Jack & The Beanstalk (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich), Dreamboats & Petticoats (Playhouse Theatre, West End), Beauty in Beauty & The Beast (Coventry Belgrade Theatre), Rita u/s Rosa & Mary in David Essex's All The Fun Of The Fair (UK Tour 2008/2009), Lambchops and understudying and playing the roles of Serena, Mabel and Miss Bell in Fame (Edinburgh Playhouse and UK Tour), Lambchops in the arena production of Fame (Pattichoun Amphitheatre, Cyprus), Venetian Masquerade (Millenium Point, Birmingham), Swing and understudy to Pam in The Full Monty (UK Tour), Return To The Forbidden Planet (Theatre Royal, Lincoln), Fairy Nuff Dick Whittington (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich), West End Girls (Jersey Opera House) and KOBA - Man of Steel originating the role of Nadezdha (Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham).

TV Credits: Crimewatch Reconstruction (BBC).

Training: Arts Educational School. 


Credits: 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," "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 went on to play the role of “Sister Berthe” in the well known Musical “The Sound Of Music” and understudied “Baroness Elsa” on the UK and International Tour.

Training: Training Reynolds Performing Arts. 


Credits: Lisa 1st cover (and played) Sophie Sheridan in the UK tour of Mamma Mia; Teen Fiona/ Tweedle Dum in Shrek the Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane).

Credits: Michael’s first professional theatre role was that of Young Elvis in The Australian and UK tours of Alan Bleasdale’s ‘Are You Lonesome Tonight?’ playing opposite Martin Shaw. Michael was then cast as Ritchie Valens and Tommy in ‘The Buddy Holly Story’ prior to playing Eddy/Dr Scott in ‘The New Rocky Horror Show’ throughout Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Roles of Teen Angel in ‘Grease’ and The DJ in ‘Saturday Night Fever’ preceded a return to Buddy; this time in the title role, for tours of New Zealand, Australia, Asia and as Buddy in ‘Buddy Das Musical’, Hamburg, Germany. 

Once back in The Northern Hemisphere, Michael returned to the UK to play Boone in Lord Andrew Lloyd Weber’s ‘Whistle Down The Wind’ at The Palace Theatre, West End. After playing Frank Sinatra in the UK tour of ‘Christmas Crooners’, Michael was cast as Dean Martin in ‘The Rat Pack’ USA tour. After playing The Husband in ‘The Pet Shop Boys Reinterpreted’ at The Edinburgh Fringe, Michael has been regularly performing the lead male role in The UK Tour of ‘Back to Bacharach’ and has been seen in TV roles including The Bill, Spooks and Silent Witness. Michael performs with various corporate entertainment groups between theatre jobs and as a former winner of an AusMusic Singer/Songwriter Award,  Michael performs with various covers bands whilst writing and recording original material.

Training: LAMDA. 


Credits:  Most recently finished Nicholas performed as Captain Von Trapp in the International Touring production of “The Sound of Music”; visiting China, Sri Lanka, The Philippines and Singapore. Other musical productions include the original cast of “The Bodyguard” (London), “The Sound of Music” London’s West End, UK Tour and Dubai. “Phantom of the Opera” (London), Tess of the D’urbervilles (London & UK Tour) to name a few. 

TV and Film Credits: include “War Machine” (Netflix), 24 - Live Another Day (Fox), The Royals (E!), & Doctors (BBC). 

Credits: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West End), A Chorus Line (London Palladium), Fame (Swing - National Tour UK), This Is Elvis (Title role -National Tour UK), The Rocky Horror Show (u/s Eddie/Dr Scott & Rocky - National Tour), Oh! What A Night (Sal - Palace Theatre Manchester), Grease (Stadium Tour of Sweden and Finland), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Zebulon, u/s Pharaoh - Essen, Germany),Grease (Sonny/Kenickie - Dusseldorf & Berlin, Germany) and The Blues Brothers Unlimited (Centrepoint Theatre, Dubai). Other roles include Elvis in ‘The Concert They Never Gave’, Lincoln, Lead Vocalist in The British Pop Invasion (National Tour of Holland) and You Don’t Bring Me Flowers  - A tribute to the music of Neil Diamond and Barbara Streisand. (Principal Vocalist). In recent years Tim has been appearing in various Rock n Roll Theatre productions in the UK - including playing Buddy Holly in the touring production of ‘In Dreams’ (UK), Eddie Cochran in the touring productions of 'Rockin on Heaven’s Door’ and ‘Rock n’ Roll Paradise,Elvis in ‘Rock n Roll Paradise’ (UK), and playing Ritchie Valens in the touring production of 'Buddy Holly’s Winter Dance Party’ (UK), as well as Billie Fury in ‘We 3 Kings’. He also appears regularly with show band ‘From The Hip’ all over the UK.

More recently Tim has been appearing as Dean Martin and/or Frank Sinatra in the touring productions of The Rat Pack - Swinging at The Sands and The Rat Pack is Back, (both UK and abroad), including an appearance at the Dubai Winter Festival in 2017. 

Credits: Include Warner Huntingdon III in Legally Blonde (UK Tour); Kury Kelly in Heathers the Musical (The Other Palace); Sam Wheat in Ghost the Musical (Asian Tour), Tony in West Side Story (Kilworth House Theatre); Fiyero in Wicked (UK Tour), Eddie in Mamma Mia (West End); Link Larkin in Hairspray (UK Tour) and Troy Bolton in High School Musical 2 (UK Tour).


Workshops include: Young Sam, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again; Harvey Fish in The Five Labours of Harvey Fish.

Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Credits: Whilst training Nicholas played Roger in Grease, Preacher in Bonnie and Clyde, Curtains, Phil in Chick, Jim Conley in Parade, Old Shepherd in The Winter’s Tale, Claudio in Measure for Measure, Hatch/Carter in The Sea and My Fair Lady.

Theatre includes: Henri/Ensemble in South Pacific in Concert (Guernsey), Doctor in The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre), TJ in Sister Act (Gordon Craig Theatre) and Baxter in The Tale of Mr Tumble (Manchester International Festival).

TV Credits: Baxter in The Tale of Mr Tumble.

Training: Arts Educational School. 


Credits: Ruthy/PA in Blonde; C in Triangularity, Company Member for In the Spotlight Workshop and Mabel in Underworld, Directed by Rebecca Atkinson-Lord. Professional Concerts include: Disney’s Broadway Hits and The Oliviers.  Credits whilst training include: Marion in Priscilla Queen of the Desert; Violet in Bullets Over Broadway, Ruth in Round and Round the Garden and Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera.

Training: Arts Educational School.  


Credits: Richard Loeb in Thrill Me - The Leopold and Loeb Story (International tour, including The Other

Palace) Action/Dance captain in West Side Story (RNCM theatre, Manchester) Fred Gaily in A Miracle on 34th Street (Bridge House Theatre, London) Richard Loeb in Thrill Me – The Leopold and Loeb story (Edinburgh Fringe festival and The Arcola Theatre, London) Jim Farrell in Titanic (ArtsEd) Lou in The Life (ArtsEd).

TV Credits: Ensemble, The Olivier awards 2017, (Royal Albert Hall) Ensemble, The Olivier Awards 2016 (The Royal Opera house)

Radio Credits: Ensemble, BBC 2 Friday Night is Music Night (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) Ensemble, Chris Evans Breakfast Show (BBC 2) Voice-over: Multiple characters in Deadbeat heroes for Upstream Arcade.

Training: Arts Educational School

Credits: Theatre: Ensemble/Cover Kiki Dee in Dusty the Musical (UK Tour), Ensemble/Cover Lorraine in 42nd Street (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Swing in Big The Musical (Theatre Royal Plymouth and Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin), Brenda/1st Cover Amber in Hairspray (UK Tour), Iris/1st cover Dinah and Assistant Dance Captain in High Society  (The Old Vic). Other: This Morning, Tonight at the Palladium, BBC One Show (all with 42nd Street), Assistant Choreographer for Pinocchio (Greenwich Theatre),  Featured soloist in "Les Mis Montage" for BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night, The Olivier Awards and Children in Need.

TV Credits: Franken Twins (Nickelodeon Pilot), My Parents are Aliens (CITV), My Spy Family (Cartoon Network), The Royal (ITV), Bernard's Watch (CITV).

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