ROWLAND LEE

Rowland is one of the UK’s best-known composers of music for animation, with over 600 episodes of various series and short films to his credit, including: Cloudbabies, 64 Zoo Lane, Salut Serge, Pablo, Engie Benjy, Crapston Villas and The Little Reindeer. For the choreographer Sir Matthew Bourne, he orchestrated Nutcracker! and Swan Lake, the world’s most-performed dance production. He has …

DAVID W. KIDD

David’s work has been seen internationally in theatre, opera, ballet, music events and pantomime. Recent and works include: End of the Rainbow (UK tour); The Silver Sword (Coventry Belgrade and UK tour); Little Shop of Horrors (Salisbury Playhouse/ Mercury, Colchester); Martyr (Actors Touring Company); Albion (Bush); Educating Rita and Macbeth (Mercury, Colchester); Grand Guignol (Theatre Royal Plymouth); Blues in the …

DANIEL DENTON

Daniel Denton is a London based visual artist working predominantly in moving image and integrated video for performance. His background is in experimental film and illustration and in 2012 began working with video design collective Mesmer as a content creator, recent shows including: Andrea Chénier (Opera North); Only the Brave (Wales Millennium Centre); Notorious (Gothenburg Opera House) and Love’s Sacrifice …

DICKIE WOOD

Dickie trained at the Arts Educational Schools London, graduating in 2013. Theatre includes: Cyril in Mrs Henderson Presents (Novello Theatre/Bath Theatre Royal); Oliver! (Leicester Curve); Pepper in Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Qdos Entertainment) and Buttons in Cinderella (the Stiwt). Whilst training: Gilbert Chilvers in Betty Blue Eyes and Che/understudy Valentin in Kiss of the Spider …

JESSIE MAY

Jessie trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, graduating with a first-class (hons) in Musical Theatre. Credits include: The Great Jewish American Songbook (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); Regina in Rock of Ages (UK national tour); Lydia Bennett in Pride and Prejudice (Lyric Theatre, Belfast, and Everyman, Cork); Young Sally in Follies (Opéra de Toulon); Anja/ Mags/Jill/Emma/Georgina/Dominique in Impotent, an original …

KATIE KERR

Katie made her professional debut playing Chiffon in the Menier Chocolate Factory’s award-winning production of Little Shop of Horrors, which later transferred to the Duke of York’s Theatre. Katie then went on to star in Fat Pig, playing the lead role of Helen, at the Comedy Theatre, directed by Neil LaBute. Other theatre includes: Bridget Baines in A Chorus of …

EMMA HARROLD

Emma trained at the Royal Academy of Music. Theatre credits include: My Fair Lady 60th anniversary (Actors’ Church); Stephen Ward workshop (RUG); Charlotte/Rose Seller in Oliver! (Leicester Curve); Lavinia in Crush the Musical (UK tour); Mrs Anderssen in A Little Night Music (Palace Theatre); Liesl in The Sound of Music (Leicester Curve); Joanie Cunningham in Happy Days (UK tour); featured …

JAMES DANGERFIELD

James trained at Guildford School of Acting. Most recently, he appeared with his violin as Old Green Grasshopper in James and the Giant Peach (UK and international tour). Theatre includes: Henry V, The Taming of the Shrew and As You Like It (UK and the Netherlands tours); The Pirates of Penzance (two UK tours); Free As Air (Finborough Theatre); Sweet …

ALISTAIR BARRON

Alistair trained at the Guildford School of Acting, graduating in 2011. Since training, Alistair has been very lucky to obtain various experience including: swing in The Phantom of the Opera (UK tour); swing/cover Phantom in Three Phantoms (UK tour); Ted Blacklock in The Hired Man (Landor Theatre, London); Aslan in the world premiere of The Lion, the Witch and the …

TEDDY MOYNIHAN

Teddy is a recent graduate of the Arts Educational Schools London. Whilst training, Teddy played Monsieur D’Arque in Beauty and the Beast and Charles Bessemer in Bells Are Ringing. Recently, he was involved in Shakespeare Live! From the RSC and appeared in the opening West Side Story number. Teddy is excited to be making his professional debut in Bumblescratch and …