Lloyd Davies

in the role of

Alonzo

Lloyd Davies

in the role of

Alonzo

Training: Laine Theatre Arts.

Theatre credits: Cord Elam in Oklahoma! (Gordon Craig Theatre); ensemble in Oklahoma! (Grange Park Opera); The Christmasaurus Live (Hammersmith Apollo); ensemble / John in Funny Girl (UK tour); Prince Michael in Sleeping Beauty (Lichfield Garrick); Broadway to the Bay (Wales Millennium Centre) and Follies in Concert (Royal Albert Hall).

Mukeni Nel

in the role of

Bill Bailey

Mukeni Nel

in the role of

Bill Bailey

Training: Urdang Academy

Credits whilst training: ‘Mukeni Nel’ in DCP (Nathan Gordon)

Credits include: Dancer in Familia – Jasmine Thompson Music Video (Sashinski); Contestant in The Greatest Dancer (Pilot – Thames Freemantle Syco); Myself in Love (Round House Theatre – Jaha Browne); Dancer in Friend Like Me (Four Corners Co – Dean Lee); Dancer in Hertfordshire Schools Music Gala (Tring Park Eva Blanco); Butler in Nanny McPhee the Ballet for the London Children’s Ballet (choreographer Erico Montes).

Sally Frith

in the role of

Bombalurina

Sally Frith

in the role of

Bombalurina

Training: Millennium Performing Arts

Theatre credits include: u/s Serena & Margot in Legally Blonde (UK Tour); Margot in Legally Blonde (Curve, Leicester / Monte Carlo); u/s Lady of the Lake & Dance Captain in Spamalot (Mercury Theatre, Colchester); Pussycat in The Quite Remarkable Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); Goisa/Texas Tilley in Rumpy Pumpy (Theatre Royal, Windsor & Union Theatre); Lead in At The Movies (Bridlington Spa Repertory Season); Ensemble & Dance Captain in Spend Spend Spend (Union Theatre); Ali in Mamma Mia! (International Tour).

Andrew Keelan

in the role of

Bustopher Jones/Asparagus

Andrew Keelan

in the role of

Bustopher Jones/Asparagus

Training: Royal Academy of Music.

Theatre credits: cover Timon / Pumba / Zazu / Ed in The Lion King (UK tour); Herr Zeller in The Sound Of Music (Kilworth House Theatre); Policeman in Phantom Of The Opera 25th Anniversary Concert (Royal Albert Hall); cover Tito in Lend Me A Tenor (Gielgud Theatre); Passarino in The Phantom Of The Opera (West End); Side By Side By Sondheim (The Venue, London); The Woman In White (West End); Showboat (Royal Albert Hall); Dickon in The Secret Garden (Byre Theatre, St. Andrews); Joly/cover Marius in Les Miserables (West End and UK tour); Neighbour / cover Mickey in Blood Brothers (West End and UK tour); Prince Peter in Jubilee (Her Majesty’s and BBC Radio 3); Morgan in Evita (Pattichion Amphitheatre, Cyprus); Jesus Christ Superstar (Sweden); Chess (BIC Bournemouth); Soloist in The Andrew Lloyd Webber Gala Concert (European tour); Les Miserables Gala Concert (Scandinavian tour); Peter in The Golden Key (Greenwich Theatre); Harrison in Inkel And Yarico (Covent Garden Festival); Charley in Merrily We Roll Along (Jack Lyons Theatre); Richard Crick in Tess (Old Vic Workshop); Trofimov in the Cherry Orchard; Arthur Bostock in the original stage adaptation of Whistle Down The Wind (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and Harry in Once Upon A War (Churchill Theatre Edinburgh).

 Film and television credits: Henry York Jnr in Midsomer Murders; Lee in Every Day In Autumn; Will Johnstone in Killing Time and The Social Worker in Quiddity.

Cian Hughes

in the role of

Carbucketty

Cian Hughes

in the role of

Carbucketty

Training: Central School of Ballet

 Credits: Pouncival / cover Mr Mistofelees in Cats (Royal Caribbean); ensemble in Aladdin (Mogo Productions); ensemble in Giselle (National Ballet of Ireland); Baby Bear in Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Northern Ballet for CBeebies) and ensemble dancer in The Nutcracker (The National Ballet of Ireland).

Danielle Cato

in the role of

Cassandra

Danielle Cato

in the role of

Cassandra

Theatre credits: Cassandra in the official opening of The Gillian Lynne Theatre (West End); ensemble / Tango Girl in 42nd Street (West End); ensemble / cover Tinkerbell / Dance Captain in Peter Pan (Theatre Royal Newcastle); ensemble in Carousel (London Coliseum); Cassandra / cover Victoria / cover Bombalurina in Cats (West End, Blackpool, UK and International tours); ensemble / cover Graziella in West Side Story (UK tour); featured dancer in 42nd Street Charity Gala (West End); ensemble / cover Marty / cover Cha Cha in Grease the Musical (UK tour); ensemble in Vampirette (Manchester Opera House); ensemble in We Will Rock You (West End); Iris Kelly in Fame (UK tour); ensemble / Lead Samba Girl in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour); Iris Kelly in Fame (West End); ensemble / cover Wendy in Peter Pan (Belfast Opera House); dancer in The Nutcracker (Royal Ballet Company) and dancer in Beatrix Potter (Royal Ballet Company).

 

Television credits: Finalist in So You Think You Can Dance (BBC1 – UK Season Two).

Rhys Batten

in the role of

Coricopat

Rhys Batten

in the role of

Coricopat

Training: Urdang Academy

Credits whilst training: Andy Lee in 42nd Street; Phil in White Christmas; dancer / model in Bloch Fashion Move It Piece; Pablo in Sister Act; Acapella Singer in Move It – American Idiot; dancer in Move It – Love To Be Free; and ensemble in Bye Bye Birdie.

Credits: Nikko / ensemble in The Wizard of Oz (The Birmingham Repertory Theatre); Asher / Butler in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Kilworth House); Bill Bailey / cover Mungojerrie in Cats (RCCL); backing vocalist in Eurovision Song Contest Opening (Eurovision) and backing vocalist for Leona Lewis in X Factor Final (ITV).

Erica-Jayne Alden

in the role of

Demeter

Erica-Jayne Alden

in the role of

Demeter

Training: Laine Theatre Arts.

Credits: ensemble / cover Emma / Lady Bellows / Poision Arrow in Dr Dolittle (UK tour); ensemble in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Kilworth House Theatre); ensemble / cover Lisa in Mamma Mia (UK tour);  swing in 42nd Street (Theatre du Chatelet, Paris); ensemble / cover Wendy / Tink in Peter Pan (Wycombe Swan); and ensemble / cover Wicked Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Swansea Grand).

Television and film credits: Cats (Working Title); dancer in Endeavour (ITV) and The Entire Universe (BBC).

Li-Tong Hsu

in the role of

Grizabella

Li-Tong Hsu

in the role of

Grizabella

Training: Li-Tong formally trained in musical theatre at the Rotterdam Conservatory. Starting from a very early age, Li-Tong‘s vocal talents were best realized at the Chinese National Singing Contest, where she won 1st Prize in three consecutive years. Li-Tong also claims fame to the title “Most Promising Chinese Talent of Europe” in the European Chinese Singing Contest.

Theatre credits include: Li-Tong was the first and only Chinese musical theatre performer to play the role of Kim in productions of Miss Saigon in Europe in multiple languages. She has also played the roles of Gigi and Ellen. Her other credits include Mimi in Rent (Amsterdam), Virilla in The Frogs (London), Nicola in Kinky Boots (Sweden) and Aurora Aquino in Here Lies Love (National Theatre London).

Li-Tong has gained success in the Chinese musical industry, playing Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde, followed by lead roles in the original Chinese productions of Rock of Ages and Murder Ballad. Most recently she starred in a new production of the one-woman show Tell Me On A Sunday.

TV and film credits include: Kung Fu Killer, De Zevende Hemel, Adventure Girls, Shanghai A-Z, Van God Los and Jeuk.

Elizabeth Futter

in the role of

Jellyorum

Elizabeth Futter

in the role of

Jellyorum

Training: Guildford School of Acting where she graduated with a first class honors degree and the musical theatre prize.

Theatre credits: cover Glinda in Wicked (International tour); Barbie in Sky News the Musical (Union Theatre); Sally in A Christmas Carol (Blackpool Opera House); Cole (Frinton Rep) and Gloria / cover Lola in Damn Yankees (Landor Theatre).

Workshop credits: Suz in Murder at the Gates; Mary in Guys Fawkes the Musical; Ellie inThe Waterbabies; Lucy in The Devil’s Advocate and leading vocalist in My Fair Ladies.

 Voice over credits: Lady Loki (Marvel Avengers Academy) and Lu Ping (The Girl from Shanghai).

 Television Credits: Pride and Prejudice: Having a Ball (BBC).

Holly Willock

in the role of

Jemima

Holly Willock

in the role of

Jemima

Training: The Royal Ballet School Senior Associates, New York University Tisch School of the Arts and DATS Dance and Theatre School.

Theatre credits: The Sound of Music (UK tour); Kiss Me Kate (Kilworth House Theatre) and The Wind in the Willows (UK tour) for which she was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Manchester Theatre Awards.

Amy Whittle

in the role of

Jennyanydots

Amy Whittle

in the role of

Jennyanydots

Training: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Theatre credits: Piano Legends (Barbican Centre); swing/cover Gumbie Cat / cover Jellylorum in Cats (International tour); Gumbie Cat / cover Grizabella / cover Jellylorum in Cats (RCCL); lead vocalist (Seabourn Cruise Line); Principal Soprano in Rodgers and Hammerstein Songbook (UK tour); singer / dancer at Sensatori Resorts (TEDGroup); opera singer at the Edinburgh Festival (Barockestra); various UK and European concert work; semi finalist in Got To Dance (Sky One) and vocalist on number one drum and bass single Seven Notes in Black (High Contrast).

Choreography credits: Snow White (New Theatre Royal Lincoln); Cirque Enchantment (UK tour); Seaside Cirque (Talent Artistic Group); Cinderella (New Theatre Royal Lincoln); Iconic (Bourne Leisure) and Assistant Creative Producer (Celebrity Cruise Line).

Thomas Inge

in the role of

Macavity/Admetus/Co Dance Captain

Thomas Inge

in the role of

Macavity/Admetus/Co Dance Captain

Training: Performers College.

Theatre credits: Admetus / Macavity / cover Munkustrap in Cats (Asian tour); Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (West End); Top Hat (Japan); Dance Captain / ensemble in Thoroughly Modern Millie (The Landor); Top Hat (UK tour); ensemble / cover Dick Whittington in Dick Whittington (Manchester Opera House); El Batrone in Celtic Journey Dance Sensation (Marlowe Theatre) and Franz in Coppelia (St Margarets Festival).

Film credits: dancer in Rocketman (Paramount Pictures).

 Other credits include: L’Oreal Road Show; Burberry Festive Campaign; BBC Dance Proms (Royal Albert Hall) and dancer for the FA Cup Final (Wembley Stadium).

Joe Henry

in the role of

Mungojerrie

Joe Henry

in the role of

Mungojerrie

Training: Guildford School of Acting where he graduated with a first class honours degree.

Theatre credits: Ensemble/Dance Captain in Miracle on 34th Street (Madinat Theatre, Dubai); Mungojerrie/cover Skimbleshanks in Cats (UK, European and International tour); Phyllis in Sasha Regan’s ‘All Male’ Iolanthe (UK tour).

Luke Fraser Yates

in the role of

Munkustrap

Luke Fraser Yates

in the role of

Munkustrap

Training: The Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre credits: ITV’s All Star Musicals 2019 (London Palladium); The Wizard of Oz (Birmingham Repertory Theatre) and ensemble in Peter Pan (Camberley Theatre).

Nicholas Pound

in the role of

Old Deuteronomy

Nicholas Pound

in the role of

Old Deuteronomy

Theatre credits: The Proprietor in Assassins (Gate Theatre Dublin); Old Deuteronomy in Cats (West End and international tour); Don Quixote in Man of la Mancha (The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh); Frollo in Notre Dame de Paris; Montenotte in Napoleon (West End); Eddie / Dr.Scott in The Rocky Horror Show; King Richard in Robin Hood and South Pacific; Tony Gliardi in The Fix (Donmar Warehouse); Jean Valjean in Les Miserables; Peron in Evita; Molokov in Chess and Peter in Jesus Christ Superstar; Egeus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Sir Walter Blount in Henry IV Part 1 (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Larry in Sondheim’s Company; Badger in The Adventures of Mr. Toad and Daddy Warbucks in Annie (Cork Opera House).

Television and radio credits: living in Spain for 9 years, Nic hosted his own weekly radio show The Sound of Musicals (expat radio station TRE) and appeared as a contestant on 1992’s Masterchef.

Pantomime characters include: Alderman Fitzwarren, The Emperor of China, The Sultan of Morocco, Abanazar, King Cuthbert and Ugly Sister.

Other credits: Nic was nominated for the prestigious Theatre Managers Association Award for Best Performance in a Musical.

Harry Francis

in the role of

Quaxo/Mistoffelees

Harry Francis

in the role of

Quaxo/Mistoffelees

Theatre credits: Peter in Peter Pan (Richmond Theatre and Theatre Royal Brighton); Tom Thumb in Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory); Mendel in Fiddler on the Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Book of Mormon (West End); Mungojerrie in Cats (West End and Blackpool); Gerald / Chase in Matthew Bourne’s Edward Scissorhands (Sadlers Wells and UK tour); Amadeus (Chichester Festival Theatre); Davey in Cool Rider (West End); Chicago (Leicester Curve); Mark in A Chorus Line (West End and Tel Aviv); cover Boq in Wicked (West End); John Darling in Peter Pan (Grand Canal Theatre Dublin); Hairspray (UK tour) and Baby John in West Side Story (UK tour).

George Hinson

in the role of

Rum Tum Tugger

George Hinson

in the role of

Rum Tum Tugger

Training: Performance Preparation Academy in Guildford.

Theatre credits: Levi in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Kilworth House); Fender in Hairspray (UK tour); ensemble in Strictly Ballroom (Toronto); ensemble in ‪42nd Street (Theatre du Chatelet, Paris); Sister / cover Josephine in All Male HMS Pinafore (UK tour); ensemble/ Muzzy’s Boy in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Landor); ensemble for West End Hero’s (Dominion); Fredric Von Trapp in Sound of Music (West End); PC Pong in Aladdin (Cheltenham Everyman); ensemble / cover Widow Twankey in Aladdin (Milton Keynes, FFE) and ensemble / cover Prince in Snow White (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre).

Kirsty Ingram

in the role of

Rumpelteazer

Kirsty Ingram

in the role of

Rumpelteazer

Training: First Class BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre from The Arts Educational School.

Theatre credits: cover Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray (UK tour); cover Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family (UK and International tours); Dinah Lord in High Society (Mill at Sonning); cover Blousey in Bugsy Malone (Lyric Hammersmith); RSC 400th Anniversary (Stratford); Sweet Charity (Cadogan Hall) and Olivier Awards 2015 & 2016 (Royal Opera House).

Other credits: Finalist in Stephen Sondheim Student Performer of the Year 2016 (Novello Theatre) and Ian Fleming Award Winner.

Gavin Eden

in the role of

Skimbleshanks

Gavin Eden

in the role of

Skimbleshanks

Training: London Studio Centre and Royal Ballet Senior Associates

Theatre credits: ensemble / Dance Captain in The Addams Family (UK tour); ensemble in 42nd Street (Théâtre du Châtelet); swing / Dance Captain in Hairspray (UK tour); Assistant Choreographer for Cats (Royal Caribbean Cruises); ensemble in We Will Rock You (West End); Mungojerrie / cover Mr Mistoffelees in Cats (Germany); Cygnet / Swan in Swan Lake (Sadler’s Wells, UK tour and City Centre New York); Mischief (Peacock Theatre and UK tour); Shall We Dance (Sadler’s Wells); Be Mine! (The Place and Jackson’s Lane); Cupid, Gobstopper / cover Fritz in The Nutcracker! (Sadler’s Wells); Kevin Boggs / Gerald Monroe in Edward Scissorhands (UK, European, Asia and USA tours); ensemble in Nixon In China (ENO at the Coliseum); ensemble in The Mikado (ENO at the Coliseum); ensemble in Carmen (ENO at the Coliseum) and Night of a 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall).

Film and television credits: Swan in Swan Lake the Movie (Leopard Films); dancer in Swan Lake excerpt for The Paul O’Grady Show; dancer in Turbine; dancer in Beyond the Sea (Kevin Spacey and Rob Ashford) and dancer on So Graham Norton (Tiger Aspect).

Gabrielle Cocca

in the role of

Tantomile/Co Dance Captain

Gabrielle Cocca

in the role of

Tantomile/Co Dance Captain

Training: Laine Theatre Arts.

Theatre credits: Assistant Dance Captain / Swing in 42nd Street (West End); Tantomile / Assistant Dance Captain / cover Demeter / cover Jennanydots in Cats (International tour); Tantomile / cover Demeter in Cats (West End and Blackpool); WhatsOnStage Awards (London); Holly in The Wedding Singer (LTA Studio Theatre) and Dance Captain in Peter Pan (Southend and Nottingham).

Television credits: Sunday Night at the Palladium, The Peoples Strictly (BBC Comic Relief).

Ellie Young

in the role of

Victoria/White Cat

Ellie Young

in the role of

Victoria/White Cat

Training: Chiltern Dance Studio in Liverpool and The Royal Ballet School (Upper School and White Lodge).

Credits whilst training: many productions at the Royal Opera House including Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, Don Quixote and Romeo and Juliet. She was cast by Dame Monica Mason in the principal role of Waltz Girl in her production of Les Sylphides.

Awards: Marie Taglioni Handshake (2013); April Olrich Award for Dynamic Performance (2015) and Lynn Seymour 2nd place for expressive dance (2017). 

Barry Haywood

in the role of

Walking Cover

Barry Haywood

in the role of

Walking Cover

Theatre credits: Gus / Old Deuteronomy in Cats (West End, UK and international tours); ensemble / cover The Snake Preacher in Whistle Down the Wind (UK tour); Rueben / Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (UK tour); one of the Tribe in Hair (Pavilion Theatre, Brighton); Gentleman Starkey in Peter Pan (Poole Arts Centre); Mitch in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raving Queens (Komedia Theatre, Brighton); created the role of King Richard in Robin, King of Sherwood (UK tour); Peter in Jesus Christ Superstar (UK tour) and The Dentist in Little Shop of Horrors (UK tour).

Concert credits: Barry co-founded Night Music, a close harmony trio specialising in music of the thirties and forties (SE England and South Today TV); principal singer in David Jacobs’ Our Kind of Music (The Opera House, Jersey); guest soloist in a traditional Last Night of the Proms style Land of Hope and Glory Concert (Alassio Concert Orchestra and the Worthing Philharmonic Chorus); and opera chorus in English Festival Opera’s productions of La Boheme, II Trovatore, and Madam Butterfly (Holland Park Theatre).

Television credits: police sergeant in Close and True (Meridian TV).

Other credits: soloist with Elegant Entertainment’s Arias Anonymous.

Liam Buckland

in the role of

Swing

Liam Buckland

in the role of

Swing

Training: Urdang Academy

Theatre credits: dancer in West End Does: Halloween in Concert (Fortune Theatre); dancer in Jack and the Beanstalk; dancer in Beauty and the Beast; dancer in Cinderella; Tootles in Peter Pan; Slightly in Peter Pan; Munchkin in The Wizard of Oz (West End); child ensemble in Evita (UK tour); Jack /Urchin in Scrooge (UK tour); child ensemble in Whistle Down the Wind (UK tour); child ensemble in New Forget: The Musical (UK tour); child ensemble in Oliver!; Michael Darling in Peter Pan; Young Kipps / Urchin in Half a Sixpence (UK tour); Michael Darling in Peter Pan; Chip in Beauty and the Beast (UK tour); Young Kipps / Urchin in Half a Sixpence (UK tour); Twin One / Lost Boy in Peter Pan; Joseph Choir in Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; cover Tiny Tim in Scrooge and Young Tommy in The Who’s Tommy (UK tour).

Film credits: Molly Moon (Amber Entertainment); Pudsey The Movie (Vertigo Films); Diana (Ecosse Films); Child Zombie in World War Z (High Command Films); Bright Star (BBC Films); Dorian Gray (Dorian Gray Films); Last Chance Harvey (Overture Films); and How to Lose Friends and Alienate People (Paramount Pictures).

Television and commercial credits: Schoolboy in Big School (BBC); Son of Jack and Louse Cornish in Lewis (ITV1); Schoolboy in Spy: Christmas Special (Sky 1 / Hat Trick Productions); dancer in Children in Need (BBC); Fred in Blue Peter (BBC); The Children (Tightrope Pictures Ltd); Schoolboy in That Mitchell and Webb Look: Series 2 (BBC); School Clothes Model (Gorgeous Enterprises); Dylan in Hardware Series 2 (Thames Television); Barnado’s Commercial (RSA Films) and Test Drive Monthly Magazine (BBC).

Audio credits: Fred / Bob in Cambridge Collections: Happy Families (Westwood Sound Productions).

Abigail Dever

in the role of

Swing

Abigail Dever

in the role of

Swing

Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and S.L.P College of Performing Arts.

Credits: Dinah / Pearl in Starlight Express (Germany); Tinkerbell in Peter Pan (Royal and Derngate, Northampton); featured singer for Celebrity Cruise Lines; Princess Amelia in Jack and the Beanstalk (Palace Theatre, Redditch); Beverly in Diva Fever (Edinburgh Fringe); Charlotte in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts) and Bugsy Malone, Whistle Down the Wind and The Wizard of Oz (National Youth Music Theatre).

Lee Nicholson

in the role of

Swing

Lee Nicholson

in the role of

Swing

Training: The Urdang Academy, gaining BA (Hons) in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre.

Theatre credits: Brad / cover Corny Collins in Hairspray (RCCL); ensemble / cover Sonny / cover Eugene in Grease (RCCL); and ensemble / cover Sid Phillips in Singin’ in the Rain (Gordon Craig Theatre).

Other credits: dancer/ stunt double for Strictly Come Dancing (BBC).

Brian Ó’Muirí

in the role of

Swing

Brian Ó’Muirí

in the role of

Swing

Training: NYMT and Bird College.

Theatre credits: Dance Captain / cover Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz (Blackpool Winter Gardens); Fender / cover Male Authority figure in Hairspray (UK tour); ensemble / cover Carmen in The Producers (International tour); Phaedra in La Cage Aux Folles (UK tour); ensemble in Mack and Mabel (Hackney Empire); Big Deal in West Side Story (Victoria Warehouse); and ensemble / Dance Captain in The Hired Man (The Other Palace).

Other credits: Assistant Choreographer for Spring Awakening (Leicester Curve); Encore (Adelphi Theatre) and The Beautiful Game (The Other Palace).

Elly Shaw

in the role of

Swing

Elly Shaw

in the role of

Swing

Training: Urdang Academy.

Credits whilst training: Elaine / cover Nickie in Sweet Charity; Dance Captain / ensemble in Something About This Night; Rosie Hart / ensemble in The Wedding Singer.

Theatre credits: Victoria / cover Syllabub / cover Rumpelteazer in Cats (RCCL); Munchkin in The Wizard of Oz (West End); Brigitta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music (UK tour); Jemima Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour); Marta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music (West End) and Young Eponine in Les Miserables (West End).

Other credits: dancer in Midsomer Murders (ITV) and voice over for Waybuloo (Cbeebies).

Alexandra Wright

in the role of

Swing

Alexandra Wright

in the role of

Swing

Training: The English National Ballet School and Laine Theatre Arts.

 Credits: Leilani / cover Margot in Legally Blonde (UK tour); Polly / ensemble in Funny Girl (UK tour); Bombalurina in Cats (Royal Caribbean International); featured dancer in Spirit of the Dance (UK tour); singer / dancer for P&O Ventura; dancer for P&O Azura; ensemble / cover Sadista for Qdos Entertainment (Dartford Orchard Theatre); ensemble / cover Snow White in Snow White (First Family Entertainment) and Peasant Girl in Giselle (Birmingham Royal Ballet).