Billy is playing Gad in the revival of Kilworth House Theatre’s 2018 sell out 5* production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. His recent credits include The Wizard of Oz at the Winter Gardens, Blackpool, and the UK tour of Summer Holiday.
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Valentine is thrilled to be playing Uncle Pleasant in this co-production of Tennessee Williams’s deep-south drama directed by Theatr Clwyd’s Artistic Director Tamara Harvey.
Alex is playing Bobby on the UK tour of Up The Road Theatre’s production of Peril At Sea. The production focuses on a great storm blasting the English coast and captures a life lived on and around the sea through stories, myths, memories and song.
Kamm is delighted to be playing Tuptim on the new tour of Bartlett Sher’s Lincoln Center production of The King and I. Kamm was also part of the London company last year at the Palladium (a production which has recently garnered six Olivier Award nominations).
Eve is creating the role of Drosoula in the new stage adaptation of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernières. Her recent work includes Strictly Ballroom at the Piccadilly Theatre, Sunset at the Villa Thalia at the National Theatre and the feature film Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
John is playing Morrie Schwarz in the two-hander Tuesdays with Morrie at Vienna’s English Theatre. The play is the autobiographical story of the relationship Mitch Alborn had with his Sociology Professor Morrie Schwarz. John’s recent work includes the feature film Darkest Hour and Apple Tree House for the BBC.
Rhiane is thrilled to be staying at the Savoy Theatre, following her run in Dreamgirls in the West End premiere of 9 to 5 the Musical where she plays Kathy and is first cover to Judy. What a lovely way to make a living!
Lydia, a recent graduate from the Urdang Academy, is thrilled to be in sunny South Korea in this high octane musical. She’s been busy since graduating and has also recently filmed a short for the BBC titled What is Love? playing Amelia.
Alexander is thrilled to be returning to the West End in the premiere of 9 to 5 having previously been at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane as an Oompa Loompa in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Andy is delighted to be playing Tony in the new production of West Side Story directed by Sarah Frankum at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester. Andy’s recent credits include Ed in Pieces of String and Berger in Hair.
Alex Christian is part of the Ensemble and Dance Captain, Richard Carson plays Sky Masterston, Rebecca Bernice Amissah plays General Cartwright and Johnathan Tweedie plays Harry the Horse in the musical of all musicals at the beautiful Mill at Sonning Theatre.
Alex Scott Fairley is back at the Millfield Theatre delighting (and frightening) children in Marc Day’s Beauty and the Beast as nasty witch Heather. He has spent most of the year in beautiful Pitlochry as part of the Festival Theatre’s Repertory Company.
Callum is delighted to take on the role of Rocky in this camp classic. His recent credits include the role of Troppo on the UK tour of Salad Days.
Tanveer (a recent LIPA graduate) is playing the roles of John and Captain Smollett in Sandi Toksvig’s adaptation of Treasure Island at the Haymarket Theatre, Leicester.
Billy is thrilled to be part of the Ensemble at Blackpool Winter Gardens. He also understudies the roles of Lion, Gatekeeper and Uncle Henry. Billy’s recent credits include the role of Steve on the UK tour of Summer Holiday. From one classic musical to another!
Matt is thrilled to be playing Ernst Ludwig and covering the role of Cliff in Cabaret for the English Theatre of Frankfurt. Matt’s recent credits include the role of Bob Gaudio on the international tour of Jersey Boys.
Emile is thrilled to be part of the hottest ticket in town Hamilton as Ensemble and cover Mulligan, Madison and George Washington. His recent credits include Me and My Girl for Chichester Festival Theatre and Five Guys Named Moe as Eat Moe in the West End.
Scott is delighted to be Swing and Resident Director on the first ever tour of the West End smash Motown. Scott’s recent credits include the role of Franz on the international tour of The Producers and the role of Sir Lancelot in Spamalot for the English Theatre of Frankfurt.
John is thrilled to be back to the theatre playing Tomas Perez in Ben Okri’s The Outsider having spent the summer filming Apple Tree House as Alf for CBBC.
Ed is thrilled to be playing Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees in this new version of the 70s classic touring the UK.
Callum is delighted to be playing Troppo in Sasha Regan’s tour of Salad Days having recently finished a run in Chess at the London Coliseum.
Seán is delighted to be playing Sam in the ridiculously funny The Comedy About a Bank Robbery on tour after having had a successful run in another Mischief show, The Play That Goes Wrong, in the West End.
Valentine is delighted to be playing Mark in Handfast at Summerhall for the Festival this Summer.
Bradley, a recent graduate from Urdang, is thrilled to be in the crowd pleasing favourite Grease aboard RCCL’s Harmony of the Seas.
Jordan is thrilled to be part of Mary Poppins in beautiful Hamburg having recently finished touring in Opera North’s Kiss Me Kate.
Joshua is thrilled to be playing an Angel in the first tour of the crowd pleaser Kinky Boots. Joshua’s recent credits include Annie in Toronto and The Book of Mormon in the West End.
Johnathan plays a Sports Commentator in the historical sports drama Gold directed by Reema Katgi under the Excel Entertainment banner. The film is a fictional story inspired by true incidents about India winning it’s first gold medal in field hockey as a free nation in the 1948 Summer Olympics.
Emile is delighted to be appearing in this classic musical at CFT. His recent credits include the role of Eat Moe in the Olivier Award nominated production of Five Guys Named Moe.
Kamm is part of the Ensemble and first cover to the role of Tuptim in this Broadway transfer (which won 4 Tony Awards) directed by Bartlett Sher.
Emile plays Johnny in this new British musical by Gwyneth Herbert and Diane Samuels which explores sex, relationships and contraception. The production is the headline show at the Fertility Fest 2018 at the Bush Theatre and is produced by The Stable with development support from the Wellcome Trust.
Jason is thrilled to be playing Tony and also being the Assistant Choreographer to Fabian Aloise in this classic musical by Kander and Ebb starring Caroline O’Connor.
Alex is thrilled to be part of Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s 2018 company. He is playing Mary Sunshine in Chicago, Lt Spicer in Quality Street and James Joyce in Travesties.
Richard is thrilled to be playing the leading role of Strephon in Sasha Regan’s revival of Gilbert and Sullivan’s topsy-turvy love story which thrilled audiences and critics alike on its last tour.
Joshua is having a great time in Toronto as cover Rooster in the Annie transfer. Joshua’s recent credits include The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
Andy plays the central role of Ed in the premiere of this British musical by Gus Rowland which is set in the 1940s and also the present day. This moving piece is presented in association with The Booking Office and Perfect Pitch.
Billy plays Steve in the new tour of this film favourite, starring Ray Quinn and Bobby Crush. Billy’s recent credits include the UK tour of Our House.
Jordan is thrilled to be part of Cole Porter’s classic musical Kiss Me Kate as Ensemble and cover Hortensio. Jordan’s recent credits include the UK tour of Cabaret where he was alternate Emcee.
Abramo is thrilled to be part of the 21st Anniversary company at the Phoenix Theatre having previously been in the Garrick Theatre production and also the UK tour.
Callum is thrilled to be part of the first West End production of the show since 1986. The story of love and political intrigue set against the backdrop of the Cold War runs for a limited season at the ENO this Spring.
Anna is delighted to be playing Motown co-chairman Suzanne de Passe and Supremes member Florence Ballard in this smash hit musical amongst many other characters. Anna’s recent credits include The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
Richard plays Jason in this exciting new musical, directed by Arlene Phillips. This modern retelling of the Ancient Greek tale of Orpheus and the Underwold is definitely one to rock out to!
Bradley is delighted to be part of the International Tour playing Admetus and Macavity and covering the role of Munkustrap.
Eve is delighted to return to the role she created in the first UK production of Strictly Ballroom at the West Yorkshire Playhouse and subsequent transfer to Toronto.
Anu is thrilled to be joining the first UK and Ireland tour of the hit show Matilda. She’s only recently come back from touring in Mary Poppins!
Rhiane is over the moon to be making her West End debut in one of the hottest tickets in town Dreamgirls!
Jo Lucy Rackham will be in Rob Hastie’s production of The Wizard of Oz this year, having recently returned from the UK tour of Mary Poppins.
Jayde swaps the Shaftesbury Theatre after a successful run in Motown the Musical for the Savoy to appear in the smash hit Dreamgirls.
Lee has recently finished in The Bodyguard in Cologne and is delighted to now be touring with Thriller.
Paris is delighted to be touring in this modern classic celebrating the work of Michael Jackson having just finished in The Bodyguard in Cologne.
Jason is thrilled to be playing Carmen Ghia on Sell a Door’s international tour of The Producers as well as also being Resident Director and Resident Choreographer on the show.