Where Are They Now?
|BRONTE BARBE - Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (gaining Gyearbuor Asante prize for Acting). |
Theatre includes: Princess Fiona in Shrek The Musical (UK Tour), Carnival of the Animals (Riverside Studios), Cool Rider – The Grease 2 Concert (Lyric Theatre, West End), Momentous Musicals (UK tour), Hairspray (Kuala Lumpur/Singapore). Workshops include But I’m a Cheerleader workshop, directed by Jerry Mitchell.
Television includes: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s search for Dorothy Over the Rainbow.
|HELEN BLAKE - Training: Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff |
Helen played Maria in West Side Story for which she received a NODA nomination. Having performed all over the UK and abroad in musicals, weddings, operettas, and major corporate events Helen is now based in Wilmslow offering private singing tutition to both children and adults.
ED CURRIE - Training: Arts Educational School. He is also an alumnus of the National Youth Music Theatre.
Theatre include: Beautiful, The Carole King Musical at the Aldwych Theatre. Annie Get Your Gun (UK Tour), Hairspray (Asian Tour), A Chorus Line (London Palladium), Radio Times (Watermill and UK Tour), The Bald Prima Donna (Catfish Theatre Company, London and UK Tour), Top Hat (original cast, UK tour), Prince of the Pagodas (Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House). Recordings credits include: Great Pretenders the Musical. Choreography credits include: Teddy Bears’ Picnic (workshop), Moments (short film), Romeo and Juliet (Nottingham New Theatre), What We Did For Love (Leicester Square Theatre)
Helen is an accomplished classical singer, who performs in several guises - performing with the blues band The Screaming Beavers, singing as a soprano soloist at weddings, civil partnerships and blessings, and as part of "Divas Disguised" at wedding breakfasts and corporate events.
SARAH HADLAND - Training - Laine Theatre Arts College.
Numerous TV, Film and Theatre credits which include: Stevie Sutton in the BBC Comedy Series "Miranda", Quantum of Solace, Bad Girls, The Bill, Waterloo Road, Love Soup, Casualty, Horrible Histories, The IT Crowd, The Bill.
|MARK HALLIDAY |
Mark Halliday is an actor, singer and musical theatre performer.
In recent years, Mark has become known for his portrayal of Dean Martin in The Rat Pack - Live From Las Vegas, with which he has wowed audiences all over Europe. He is now bringing the style and sophistication of the Rat Pack to audiences here in the UK.
JOEL HARPER-JACKSON - Training - The Hammond.
Theatre include: Beautiful, The Carole King Musical at the Aldwych Theatre, West End Women (UK Tour), Evita (Bronowski Productions/ Tarento Productions), Pacific Overtures (Union Theatre), Picture Perfect (St James Theatre), Rent (20th Anniversary UK Tour /JP Productions), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Middleton Arena), Aladdin (Stiwt Theatre), Footloose (Grange Theatre), Jesus Christ Superstar (Theatre Clwyd).
|MARSHALL LANCASTER |
TV Includes: PC Chris Skelton Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes.
|DAN PARR - Training: Arts Educational School in London. |
TV & FILM includes: THE RISE OF THE KRAYS and THE FALL OF THE KRAYS 'Mad' Teddy Smith - Saracen Films/Torn Pictures; THE CRIMSON FIELD Private Charlie - BBC; CASUALTY Cameron Patterson - BBC; THE VILLAGE Second Soldier - BBC/Company Productions.
Theatre includes: SCUTTLERS - Manchester Royal Exchange; THOSE WHO TRESPASS (Workshop) Syko - Manchester Royal Exchange; BRITANNIA WAVES THE RULES Carl Jackson - Manchester Royal Exchange/Edinburgh Fringe/Latitude Festival; PAGES FROM MYSONGBOOK Max/Nathan/Matt - Manchester Royal Exchange
|Koryann Stevens - Training: Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. |
Theatre include: Into the Woods (London Avondale Theatre), In the Heights (Wimbledon Theatre), West Side Story (Palace Theatre, Manchester), Fiddler on the Roof (Wimbledon Theatre), Wonderland (Shaw Theatre, London), Sounds Amazing (London Avondale Theatre), A Day with No Tomorrow (Short film), Carol Concert (Bridgewater Hall, Manchester).
|GEMMA SUTTON - Training: Arts Educational School |
Theatre include: Louise & June in Gypsy (Savoy Theatre), June in Gypsy (Chicester Festival), Julie Jordan in Carousel (Arcola Theatre), Amber in Hairspray (UK Tour), Roxie Hart in Chicago (Leicester Curve Theatre), Ice in Drunk (Leicester Curve/Bridewell), Bues In The Night (Hackney Empire). Enid and first cover Elle in Legally Blonde (Savoy), Laurey in Oklahoma! (UK Tour), Careen O'Hara in Gone with the Wind (New London), understudied and played Rebecca in the London premier of Imagine This (New London), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Lady Be Good! and Fay in Sandy Wilson’s The Boy Friend (Regent’s Park Open Air), Children Will Listen (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane).
TV credits include Cilla and Doctors.
TV credits include: Darren Osborne in Hollyoaks since 1999.