Training: Arts Educational Schools London graduating with a 1st class BA(Hons) in Musical Theatre.

Graduating in 2005 Emily has had a varied and successful career to date.

Her credits include: Cosette in Les Misérables (West End); Frenchy/understudy Sandy in Grease (West End); Bobbie in The Railway Children (Sevenoaks Playhouse); Cabaret (UK No.1 Tour), where she understudied and played the role of Sally Bowles; Sweeney Todd (Chichester Festival Theatre and West End) featuring in the ensemble and understudying the role of Johanna; Karoline in 3 Composers, 3 Countries (From Page to Stage season at The Landor); Belle in Beauty & The Beast and Princess Mia in Jack & The Beanstalk (Mercury Theatre Colchester).

Recordings include: Sweeney Todd (London Cast 2012); The Railway Children (original cast); Les Misérables 21st Anniversary Concert (BBC Radio 2).

She has also made several television appearances including: I Dreamed A Dream - The Susan Boyle Story (ITV); The Passions of Girls Aloud (ITV2); Mosgito! (S4C); This Morning, GMTV and The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV).

Most recently Emily has been involved in a workshop of a new musical adaptation of Gulliver’s Travels playing the role of Gaia, and she is currently working on the feature film London Road (National Theatre, BBC Films).


Training: The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with distinction.

Abi first came to the public’s attention when she reached the Semi-Finals of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit BBC Television show “How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?” Straight after, Abi had the great honour of working with Sir Tim Rice, taking the lead female role of Fiona in his revival of Blondel (Pleasance Theatre, London). Recently Abi has been performing in London’s West End, appearing in Showstoppers: The Improvised Musical and embraced her inner-hippy playing Sheila in the European tour of Hair.

Other Theatre credits include: Peggy in Hi De Hi (UK Tour); Serena in Fame (UK Tour); Miranda in Betwixt (King’s Head Theatre, London); Queen Egathella in Sleeping Beauty (Oxford Playhouse); Mary Gallagher in First Lady Suite (Union Theatre, London); Polina in A Winter’s Tale (Embassy Theatre, London); Molly in the The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Landor Theatre, London).

Television credits: How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria? (BBC Television); When Joseph Met Maria (BBC Television).

Radio credits: Lady Macbeth in Macbeth; Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (BBC Radio 4); Rachel in The Barmitzvah Boy (BBC Radio Manchester).


Training: Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama

Kieran was recently a guest headline artist onboard the Cunard Flagship the Queen Mary 2, and subsequently the Queen Elizabeth.

Theatre credits include: Before The Night is Through (Landor Theatre, premiere), Aladdin (Kings Theatre Glasgow), Jon in Tick Tick BOOM! (Vienna), Love Never Dies in Concert (Ronnacher Theatre, Vienna), Doc in Pipe Dream (Union Theatre, Europe premiere - nominated best leading actor Broadwayworld.com Awards), Phantom in Maury Yeston’s Phantom (UK premiere), Assistant director for Chess (Union Theatre London), Elphaba’s Father/cover Dr Dillamond/cover Wizard in Wicked (Apollo Victoria), cover Raoul in Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre), Les Misérables 25th Anniversary Concert (The O2), Tony Christie/Elton John in Laughter in the Rain (UK Tour), The Thorn Birds (UK Tour), Les Misérables (Palace Theatre, London), Relatively Speaking, Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest, The Woman In Black (all Vienna).

Cabarets include: My Big Fat MUSICAL Cabaret (Union Theatre, Pheasantry, & Lauderdale House), Music That Matters (Union Theatre London), West End Winters & West End Spring (both Vienna) and A West End Christmas In Glasgow.

Television credits include: Taggart (STV), Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (BBC1), Anatomy of an Enigma (Ch 4), Andrew Marr’s Scotland; The Birth of a Nation (BBC1).

For more information visit www.KieranBrown.com


Training: BA (Hons) Acting from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Directing credits include: Dave: The Less Than Average Fairy (Goldsmith’s College, Tristan Bates Theatre); Julius Caesar (Colchester Castle); Just So (Blakehay Theatre, Weston Super Mare & The Brewhouse, Taunton); Letters To Myself & Queen of Hearts (Goldsmith’s College, Tristan Bates Theatre); Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Cambridge Touring Theatre – Best Production, Henley Fringe Festival); The Rivals (Mr. Hart’s Theatrical Company – Best Production & Best Director, Henley Fringe Festival).

Acting credits include: April Review (A Stage Kindly); Bitesize (A Stage Kindly); Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Clockhouse Theatre); The Elder in Brecht’s Antigone (Battersea Arts Centre); Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night.

Leon also teaches voice at the world-famous BRIT School & on the BA (Hons) Musical Theatre course at Colchester Institute. He is also a co-director of the voice company TemperVox Ltd and a freelance vocal coach.

For more information please visit www.leontrayman.co.uk

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