Last Easter, Hello Dolly, We Will Rock You, Fame, Evita, Little Shop Of Horrors, Rock Of Ages, Lizzie, Shakespeare in the Squares, As You Like It, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Wedding Singer, Footloose, Cats, Oliver
Jodie has been working constantly for nearly 20 years in theatre. Most recently she was cast in the four hand play 'Last Easter' by Bryony Lavery at the Orange Tree in Richmond, and immediately to follow, as Ernestina Money and Dolly Levi understudy in the brand new West End production of 'Hello Dolly'. She has been seen in numerous other West End shows including We Will Rock You, Fame, Evita, 'Little Shop Of Horrors' and the original UK cast of Rock Of Ages, for which she won a Broadway World Award for best supporting actress as 'Regina Kuntz'. She has travelled the world as an actress and vocalist, appearing in China, Korea, North America and all over Scandinavia including opening at the acclaimed Fredericia Theatre in 'Lizzie', a dynamic all female rock musical about the infamous murderess, Lizzie Borden, which transferred to London where she reprised her role as 'Bridget'.
As well as two tours with the highly acclaimed 'Shakespeare in the Squares' company in 'As You Like It' & 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' as Audrey and Bottom she had been in other No1 tours and London Productions include Original UK cast of The 'Wedding Singer' as Holly, Rusty in 'Footloose', Grizabella in 'Cats', Nancy in 'Oliver' at the Grange Park Opera, Crow in 'Bananaman' at the Southwark Playhouse, Miss Gardener in the critically acclaimed 'Carrie' at The Southwark Playhouse, Atropos in 'Myth' & it's original incarnation '27' at the Cockpit Theatre and The Other Palace, the original London Cast of 'Unexpected Joy' at The Southwark Playhouse and 'The Distance You Have Come' a new story song cycle by Scott Alan at The Cockpit theatre. She has performed as lead roles in numerous Pantomimes including most recently two consecutive years at The Lyric Hammersmith, widely regarded as one of London's premier pantos. She has also been involved in the workshops and development of new writing for many years including Jane Austen's 'Emma', the musical adaption 'The Life and Loves of a She Devil' and of new concept musical 'The Dreamers', which premiered at Abbey Road studios. All of which are currently in further development for full productions.
Jodie is also a regular voice over artist for the award winning team at Talk Sport Radio singing many jingles and adverts.
Aaron Lee Lambert
Hamilton, Sunset Boulevard, Miss Saigon, Sweeney Todd, URINETOWN The Musical,
Shrek The Musical, Sister Act, Next Thing You Know, Show Boat, Meet John Doe,
But the Giraffe/Brundibar.
Aaron Lee Lambert is currently Principal Standby in Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre. He holds a BA from Yale University and an MA from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Other theatre credits include: In the West End: Hamilton (Victoria Palace, Original London Cast), Sunset Boulevard (London Coliseum), Miss Saigon (Prince Edward), Sweeney Todd (London Coliseum), URINETOWN The Musical (Apollo), Shrek The Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Original London Cast), Sister Act (London Palladium). Additionally: Unicorn (The Other Palace, London), Sister Act (Curve Leicester & UK/Ireland Tour), Sister Act (Aberystwyth Arts), URINETOWN The Musical (St. James, Original London Cast), Next Thing You Know (Landor, Original London Cast), Show Boat (Carnegie Hall, NYC), Meet John Doe (Goodspeed Opera House, CT), But the Giraffe/Brundibar (Yale Rep/Off Broadway, NYC).
TV/Film credits include: Judge on Sing: Ultimate A Cappella (Sky 1), Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary Performance (Universal/Cameron Mackintosh).
Other work includes: Bernstein – Stage and Screen (BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall), Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton (Royal Albert Hall & UK Tour), Josh Groban’s All That Echoes tour.
Aaron also wrote book, music and lyrics for the original musical From Up Here, available on iTunes, Spotify and Digital Theatre.
Cats, Wicked, Evita, The Sound of Music, Save the Last Dance For Me, White Christmas,
Dont Stop Believin' Glee, Frozen
Laura grew up in Leeds and trained at Laine Theatre Arts. She has recently played Grizabella in the international tour of Cats, and started the year touring with Anton Du Beke in his musical revue as the lead vocalist. Previously she has played Swing/Standby Elphaba in Wicked (London), as well as appearing as alt. Eva Peron in Evita (UK Tour), The Sound of Music (Cyprus), Save the Last Dance For Me (UK Tour), White Christmas (Pitlochry), Don't Stop Believin' Glee (UK Tour) as well as working on new writing workshops, film projects and concerts. Laura also made her TV acting debut this year in Hollyoaks.
Upon the much anticipated return of theatre in 2021, Laura is set to appear in Frozen in the West End covering Elsa.
She would like to thank her family and partner for their continued love and support.
Jordan Simon Pollard
Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Fiddler On The Roof, A Midsummer Nights Dream
Amazing Technicolor, Dirty Apple, Eurobeat: Almost Eurovision,
The Ten Tenors
Jordan Simon Pollard most recently toured the UK, understudying Javert, in Les Miserables. Jordan also covered/played ‘Raoul' in ‘Phantom of the Opera’, Her Majesty's Theatre. Before this he played Perchik in Fiddler On The Roof alongside opera star Bryn Terfel to a sold out Royal Albert Hall in London. Prior to this, Jordan was a cast member of the Phantom Of The Opera international tour occasionally appearing as Raoul.
While training at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music from 2008-2010, Jordan played Demetrius in the Benjamin Britten opera of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Joseph in QPAC's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor, Ben in Dirty Apple with Opera Queensland, Italy/Sweden in Eurobeat:Almost Eurovision and he also regularly sang as a guest artist with The Queensland Pops Orchestra. Jordan then joined The Ten Tenors in 2010 and was fortunate enough to record 2 albums, appear on the Oprah Winfrey Show, sing at various sporting events and perform each night in over 30 countries in his time with the group.
Jersey Boys, I Can't Sing, The X-Factor Musical, Romeo and Juliet-The Musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, We Will ROck You, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, Passion
Simon trained at the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.
West End credits include:Tommy DeVito in 'Jersey Boys' (Piccadilly Theatre), Liam O'Deary in I Can’t Sing! The X-Factor Musical (London Palladium); Romeo and Juliet-The Musical (Piccadilly Theatre); Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (New London Theatre); We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre); Enjolras in the 21st Anniversary cast of Les Miserables (Queen’s Theatre); Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Lieutenant Torrasso/Count Ludovic in Passion (Donmar Warehouse).
Off West End credits include: Reverend Hightower in 'BatBoy' (Southwark Playhouse),Marry Me a Little (St James Theatre) , Jeff in 'Title of Show' (Landor Theatre)and the British Premiere of Striking 12 (Waterloo East Theatre) Officer Starnes and Tom Watson in the critically acclaimed Parade (Southwark Playhouse)
Regional work includes: Simon created the role of Thompson in Once Upon A Time at the Adelphi (Liverpool Playhouse).
Touring work includes: Blue in Naked Flame (England) Ringo Starr/Freddie Mercury in Rock Legends(South Africa). Raoul in the 25th Anniversary version of 'The Phantom of the Opera'
Simon is also a founder member of ‘Theatreland’s First Supergroup’ Teatro. Teatro achieved gold status with their eponymous debut album after just 3 weeks, making them one of the fastest selling Musical Theatre acts of all time. Teatro performed in Los Angeles, New York, Dubai and all over the world along with performing for Her Majesty, The Queen at the 2007 Royal Variety Performance at the Liverpool Empire.
Cats, Wicked, Evita, The Sound of Music, Save the Last Dance For Me, White Christmas,
Dont Stop Believin' Glee, Frozen
Theatre includes: Chicago (Velma Kelly), Jersey Boys (Francine), Wicked, Viva Forever, We Will Rock You
T.V includes: White Gold, Dark Money, Unforgotten, Cleaning Up, Casualty.
Film Includes: Rocketman, Death On The Nile, Cats, Aladdin, Beauty and The Beast.
Chicago the Musical, Les Miserables, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens, West Side Story!, Northern Souls,
Jest End, We Raise our Hands in The Sanctuary, Bananaman The Musical, Dick Whittington
Carl Mullaney is a television and theatre actor, and an international cabaret host.
His West End and touring theatre credits include Mary Sunshine in Chicago the Musical, (Adelphi and Cambridge Theatres London and International Tour), Les Miserables, (Queens Theatre London, Barbican, and International Tour). 'Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens' (Leicester Square Theatre), 'West Side Story!' (Wimbledon), the self written and directed 'Northern Souls' (Jermyn Street), ‘Jest End’ (Leicester Square Theatre), ‘We Raise Our Hands in The Sanctuary’ (Albany Theatre), General Blight in the world premiere of ‘Bananaman The Musical’ (Southwark Playhouse), and most recently Sarah the Cook in Dick Whittington at The Lyric, Hammersmith. In December 2020 Carl was delighted to host and appear in “Roles we’ll never play” at The Apollo Theatre - one of only a handful of West End shows to go ahead during the pandemic.
Carl's other work includes: The Diva in 'Frank's Closet' (Hoxton Hall, Shoreditch), Carl in 'Drama Queen' (Unity Theatre, Liverpool) and Reginald in ‘Sincerely yours” (Landor Theatre Clapham).
Carl has also appeared as Brett Edwards on ITV show 'The Bill'.
TV credits also include, The Royal Variety Show, Children in Need, The Classical Brit Awards, and featured in Matt Lucas’ documentary ‘Dreaming the Dream, my Road to Les Mis’.
Carl can also be seen in the 25th Anniversary concert of Les Mis at the O2 Arena.
Recent workshops include the social media musical "Like Me", and creating the role of General Blight in "Bananaman The Musical".
As a cabaret host and performer, Carl has been seen at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Le Crazy Coqs at The Zedel Brasserie, The Hippodrome Leicester Square and the Delfont Room at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
He has enjoyed a prestigious residency in the Beaufort Bar at The Savoy Hotel, London.
Internationally, Carl has hosted shows at the 5* Campinski Resort in The Seychelles, at The Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires, in the rainforests of Costa Rica and even in the swamps of New Orleans. He has also appeared in the Swiss Alps- as compere and auction master for Sir Richard Branson’s Winter Ball in Verbier, Switzerland.
Dr Zhivago, An office and A Gentleman, 35mm, Honeymoon in Vegas, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Tempest, 27, You, Me and The Apocolypse, The Sound of Music Live, The Tempest, King Charles III Royal Gala, Little Shop of Horros, Yarico, The Wall of Freedom, Beauty an The Beast, The Reunion
Maisey trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Credits include: Dr Zhivago (UK Premier), An Officer and A Gentleman (UK Tour), 35mm (The Other Palace), Honeymoon In Vegas (The Palladium), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Wilton’s Music Hall), The Tempest (Stafford Gatehouse Theatre), 27 (The Cockpit), You, Me and The Apocalypse (Sky 1), The Sound of Music Live (ITV), The Tempest (Shakespeare's Globe), King Charles III Royal Gala (The Almeida) Little Shop of Horrors (Clwyd Theatre Cmyru), Yarico (Workshop), The Wall of Freedom (Film), Beauty and The Beast (Harrogate), The Reunion (Workshop), Petal (Workshop-Theatre Royal Stratford East), Still Lives (Workshop- Theatre Royal Stratford East)
Concerts include: The Songs Of My Life (The Garrick Theatre); Laugh And Be Happy (Chichester Festival Theatre); An Evening with Daniel Koek (The Pheasantry) Scott Alan (Crazy Coqs)
Other credits include: Jenny Diver in The Beggar’s Opera, Mrs Walker in Tommy, Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Claudia Roe in Enron and Alaura in City of Angels.
Maisey is represented by Wendy Scozzaro at Felix de Wolfe.
Now one of the UK’s most experienced Musical Directors, Steve’s first West End engagement was in 1992 as ‘Assistant M.D’ on Willy Russell’s ‘Blood Brothers’. Many successful years followed in the West End and on UK touring Productions, MD credits including ‘Blood Brothers’, ‘Fame’, ‘Phantom of the Opera’, ‘Dusty’, ‘The Commitments’, ‘The Blues Brothers’ ‘Grease’ ‘Dancing In The Streets’ ‘We Will Rock You’, ‘Carousel’, Fiddler On the Roof’ and currently is the Musical Director on the touring Motown production of “How Sweet It Is”
By no means limited to Musical Theatre, Steve has always maintained a huge variety of musical engagements, including developing his own successful recording and production studio, and as a keyboard player has performed with artists including Elton John, George Michael, Sting, Lionel Richie, Bette Midler, Mary Wilson, Martha Reeves, Beverly Knight & Ruby Turner. Steve also recently found his ‘Punk’ side when he toured with the legendary drummer Clem Burke (Blondie/Sex Pistols/Ramones).
Steve is currently Musical Director and Orchestral Arranger for multi award winning artists David Bedella and Janie Dee.
Training at the Royal Ballet School London George went on to work with The Royal Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Dutch National Ballet, and the Dresden Semperoper Ballet.
Outside of ballet George has experience of Musical Theatre and has worked on both stage and screen as an actor. Since retiring as a performer George has worked extensively as a movement director and choreographer working for commercial brands as well as theatre companies nationally and internationally.