Cast / creatives J&H

John Addison (Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde)

John trained at Royal Northern College of Music and Royal Academy of Music. Theatre credits include: Jojo in The Life (Southwark Playhouse); Fred/Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Lyceum Theare); Henry in The Go-Between (Shaftesbury Apollo); The Pilot in The Little Prince (Chimera Productions); Fred in A Christmas Carol (Blackpool Winter Gardens / Creation Theatre); Lover/Specialist in Tommy (Blackpool Winter Gardens); Sam Wheat in Ghost (The English Theatre Frankfurt); Bertie Sutton in Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios); Max in Lend Me a Tenor (Vienna’s English Theatre); Sebastian in The Thing About Men (Landor Theatre); My Fair Lady (Royal Albert Hall); Don Jose in Carmen (Yvonne Arnaud); Anthony in Sweeney Todd (Bolton Octagon); Bob in Me and Juliet (Finborough Theatre); Young Soldier in The Secret Garden (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Vindice in Vice (Arcola Theatre); Mr Erlanson in A Little Night Music (Menier Chocolate Factory & Garrick Theatre); Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Marius in Les Miserables (Queen’s Theatre); Chess and Jesus Christ Superstar (Scandinavian Arena Tours). Television credits include: Later with Jools Holland (BBC); Spitting Image (Central); Elton John (ITV); Brundibar (BBC); Superstar (ITV).

John was part of both the Les Miserables 25th Anniversary concert at the O2 and The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
John has sung as a soloist in many major concert venues including the Royal Albert Hall, Barbican and The Royal Opera House Covent Garden.

Will Arundell (Simon Stride / Sir Archibald Proops / Cello)

Will trained at GSA BA Musical Theatre and RNCM School of Opera and Vocal Studies.  Credits: Kessel in Mack and Mabel (Hammersmith Apollo); Henrik in A Little Night Music (Frinton Summer Theatre); Ensemble in Candide (Cadogan Hall); Soloist in The Fingask Follies (UK Tour); Elvis Goldstein in Honeymoon in Vegas (London Palladium); Ensemble in The Thursford Christmas Spectacular (Thursford); Ray The Blade in The Vaudevillains (Edinburgh Fringe and Worthing Theatre) and  Ares in Pandora (Workshop and Union Theatre). @willarundell

Matt Bond (Lord Savage / Spider, a pimp) 

Matt trained at Royal Academy of Music. Theatre credits include: Constable Dull in Love’s Labour’s Lost (Royal Academy of Music); Choral Member in Disney On Broadway (Royal Albert Hall); John Tallentire in The Hired Man (Lichfield Garrick Theatre); Opening Act in Sir Tom Jones Live (Livenation/tinyCOW); Concert, Matt Bond: Bring Him Home (Johnny Mans Productions); Matty in  The Tour (Spangle Entertainment UK); Raoul de St Brioche in The Merry Widow (Opera Warwick); Santa Claus in Santa Claus & The Magical Christmas Journey (Jamie Wilson Productions); George in Departures: A Song Cycle (Verismo Theatre); Nutrice in The Coronation Of Poppea (Opera Warwick); Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd (RSC Courtyard Theatre, Stratford Musical Theatre Company); Il Commendatore in Don Giovanni (Opera Warwick); Benjamin Kelly in Charlotte Badger (Aardvark Productions); The Steward in Their Scarves Were Red (Birmingham REP).

Samantha Dorsey (Emma Carew) 

Samantha graduated from The Urdang Academy in 2012.
Credits include: Cosette in LES MISERABLES (Queens Theatre, West End), Red Girl in SHOUT! (U.K. Tour), Hope Harcourt in ANYTHING GOES (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Cinderella in CINDERELLA (Lichfield Garrick)
TV Credits include: The Olivier Awards (ITV) Twitter: @_SamanthaDorsey

Mario Frendo (The Bishop of Basingstoke) 

Mario trained at the Arts Educational School in London. He is no stranger to musicals having appeared in numerous in the West End, UK Tours and regional productions including playing Napthali in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium);  Frankie Diamante in The Fix (Donmar Warehouse); Harry & Kaparthy in My Fair Lady (National Theatre/Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Audrey 2 in Little Shop of Horrors (UK Tour) and many, many others. He has also recorded with such artists as The Pet Shop Boys, Eurythmics, Toni Braxton and the late, great Whitney Houston. Mario also performs regularly on the cabaret circuit and recently performed in A Night at the Musicals (The Pheasantry, Chelsea London).

Leon Kay (Gabriel John Utterson) 

Leon trained at The Arts Educational Schools, London. Theatre Credits Include: Billy Elliot (Original UK Tour); Page 2 Stage (Tristan Bates Theatre, London); High Society (The Old Vic, London); Sam Bailey Live (The Lyric Theatre, London); Beauty & The Beast (Theatre Royal, Wakefield); Celeste (Capitol Theatre, Rome); The Outback Games (Edinburgh Festival); Priscilla Queen Of The Desert (Original UK Tour); Scrooge (The London Palladium); Jesus Christ Superstar (Ljubljana Festival); The Fix (The Union Theatre – London); Les Miserables (The Queens Theatre, London); Oklahoma! (UK Tour); Silence! (ATS Theatre, London); The 12 Tenors (European Tour); The Great Pretenders (Gatehouse Theatre, London); The Great British Soap Opera (Edinburgh Festival); Spongebob Squarepants The Musical (Original UK Tour); Sweeney Todd (The Union Theatre, London); South Pacific (UK Tour); Dick Whittington (Barnstaple Queens Theatre);  Spitting Distance (RNT Studios); Sondheims 75Th Birthday Gala (Theatre Royal Drury Lane – London) and Aladdin (The Bournemouth Pavilion).

 Clodagh Long (Lucy Harris) 

Originally from Dublin, Clodagh was the recipient of The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholarship for her training at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (MA in Musical Theatre). Theatre credits include: Nancy in new musical Rebel Song (From Page to Stage, The Other Palace, West End); Sharon Rabitte in The Commitments (original West End cast, Palace Theatre); Baroness Elberfeld in The Sound of Music (QCC, Qatar); Fairy Clarabel in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Princes Hall Theatre); Ma in Some Gorgeous Accident (Trafalgar Studios); Charlotte Sowerberry in Oliver (Tivoli Theatre, Dublin and UCH Limerick, Ireland).

Concerts include: A Tribute To Dame Shirley Bassey, The Bond Girls (Elite Artists); Give my Regards to Broadway (National Concert Hall, Dublin); Guest Singer (TRT, Istanbul); Inis Ealga Irish Tour (Principal Singer, Croatia).

TV and Film credits include: The Paul O Grady Show, The One Show, Deliver Us From Evil (BBC, Lawrence Gough) and Agnes Browne (Angelica Houston).

Natasha Millar (Lady Beaconsfield) 

Natasha trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Theatre credits include: Lady Raeburn in Salad Days (Theatre Royal Bath); Andrea Leadsom in Brexit The Musical (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Sybil Fawlty in Basil & co- Fawlty Towers Immersive Parody (Leicester Curve Theatre); Ensamble in Sound of Music (Asian Tour); Priscilla in King of Rock (Tour); Virginia Branson in Sleazy Jet Scandal (Etcetera Theatre); Lead singer in Twisted T.V., Sing It and Swing It, That’s Hollywood (Barbara Epstein Associates).

Hugh Osborne (General Lord Glossop) 

After over a decade as a university lecturer in English literature, Hugh graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2004. He has worked extensively in London’s West End, and on tour. His acting credits include: Fracked!  (Jonathan Church Productions, tour); Legally Blonde (Gatehouse Theatre); The Sound of Music (International tour); The Mikado (Charing Cross Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest (Harold Pinter Theatre and tour); Blithe Spirit (Gielgud Theatre); To Sir With Love (Tour); My Fair Lady (Kilworth House Theatre); The King and I (Royal Albert Hall); Noises Off (ATG, tour); The Sound of Music (Tour); The Lady in the Van (Gala Theatre, Durham); The Last Cigarette (Chichester Festival Theatre, Trafalgar Studios); Afterlife (Royal National Theatre); Footloose (Playhouse Theatre and tour); Donkeys’ Years (Comedy Theatre); And Then There Were None (Gielgud Theatre); The Lady in the Van (Theatre Royal Bath, tour).

TV credits include: Patrick’s Planet (BBC); Europe’s Secret Armies (Discovery).

Hugh’s first play, Diary of a Nobody, premiered at the Royal & Derngate Theatre, Northampton, in 2011, to rave reviews in the national press. The script has been published by Nick Hern Books; and a new production, by Theatre Royal Bath, is planned for 2018. His stage adaptation of the hit My Little Pony spin-off movie, Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, toured the Far East in 2016.

Ed Parry (Ensemble / Male swing / Saxophone / Flute) 

Ed graduated in 2016 from Rose Bruford College in actor musicianship. Credits include Ensemble in The Emperor & The Nightingale (Theatre by the Lake); Soloist/Tenor I in Friends Summer Concert (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse); Reed I in La Voix’s One Night Only (North End Pier Theatre, Blackpool); Tenor I in Our Lady J: Gospell for the Godless (Soho Theatre) and Friedrich in The Sound of Music (London Palladium).

Jeremy Rose (Sir Danvers Carew)


Theatre credits include: Rabbi Sherman in Bar Mitzvah Boy (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); Karl in Laura (Watermill Theatre Newbury); Cousin George in Bless the Bride (Sadler’s Wells); Alfred Moulton-Barrett in Robert and Elizabeth (Chichester Festival Theatre); Jean-Michel in La Cage Aux Folles (London Palladium); Jacey Squires in The Music Man (Theatre Royal Plymouth); Frank’n’Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour); Apostle in Jesus Christ Superstar (Belgrade Theatre Coventry); Ensemble in The Mikado and The Pirates of Penzance for The New D’Oyly Carte Opera Company (UK Tour); Tamino in The Magic Flute (Music Theatre London). Recordings include: Galavant, Star Wars, Evita, Shrek, The Da Vinci Code, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The Hunt For Red October, Moulin Rouge. Concert work with London Voices, Capital Voices, Metro Singers, Maida Vale Singers, The John McCarthy Singers, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, etc., at venues including The Royal Albert Hall, The Royal Opera House and The Royal Festival Hall.

Jessica Singer (Nellie, a prostitute / Clarinet) 

Jessica trained at The Arts Educational Schools London. Theatre credits includes: Snow White in Snow White (UAE Tour); Mimi in Rent (Old Rep, Birmingham): Susan in Tick, Tick…Boom! (Old Joint Stock); Ruth in Date 1-10 (Landor Theatre). Film credits includes: Sara in Curiosity Calls, Dear You. Recordings include: KE by Kerry Ellis. @singitjess

Tom Littler (Director)

Tom is Artistic Director of Jermyn Street Theatre. Previously at The English Theatre Frankfurt he directed Strangers on a Train, Other Desert Cities, The Glass Menagerie, and The Picture of Dorian Gray. His directing work includes Good Grief (UK Tour and Theatre Royal Bath); the world premiere of Dances of Death (Gate Theatre); Miss Julie (Theatre by the Lake and Jermyn Street Theatre); Absurd Person Singular (Mill at Sonning); Dear Liar (Vienna); As You Like It (Creation Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night and As You Like It (Guildford Shakespeare Company); Romeo and Juliet and Measure for Measure (Cambridge Arts Theatre); Saturday Night (West End transfer from Jermyn Street Theatre); Tom Foolery (UK tour); the world premiere of Shiverman and European premiere of Madagascar (Theatre503); the world premiere of The Blinding Light, First Episode, The Living Room, Anyone Can Whistle, Bloody Poetry (Jermyn Street Theatre); A Little Night Music (Budapest / Menier Chocolate Factory); Absurd Person Singular (UK tour); Murder in the Cathedral (Oxford Playhouse / Christ Church Cathedral); Antigone (Southwark Playhouse); Origin of the Species (Arcola); Merit, Martine, Jingo, The Confidential Clerk, The Mollusc, The Boatswain’s Mate (Finborough); Forgotten Classics (King’s Head); Sleuth, One for the Road, Mr and Mrs Nobody, Billy Bishop Goes to War, The Twelve-Pound Look (Frinton); and many workshops and rehearsed readings.

Tom studied English at Oxford University, Classics as a postgraduate with the Open University, and English as a postgraduate at Cambridge University, where he now teaches and researches. He was Artistic Director of Primavera from 2006–2016, Associate Director of Theatre503 from 2012—2016, and Associate Director of the Peter Hall Company from 2007—2009. Also as an associate director, he worked on four productions with Trevor Nunn. He worked widely in the West End and regionally as an assistant director. His work has received numerous OffWestEnd and Critics‘ Choice Awards, and he has been nominated as Best Director in the OffWestEnd Awards four times.

Tom Attwood (Musical Supervisor and Orchestrator)

Tom’s previous work at The English Theatre Frankfurt includes: Ghost The Musical (Music Supervision), The Picture of Dorian Gray and Handbagged (Sound Design and Composition). Recent credits include: Murder for Two (Watermill Theatre & The Other Palace Theatre); Peter and the Starcatcher (Royal & Derngate Northampton); Monster Raving Loony (Soho Theatre & Theatre Royal Plymouth); The Silence at the Song’s End (Edinburgh Festival); Stig of the Dump (UK Tour); As You Like It (Creation Theatre Oxford); Hopelessly Devoted (Birmingham Rep, Paines Plough, Tricycle & UK Tour). As Music Director and performer: A Christmas Carol, 101 Dalmatians, Pinocchio (Castle Theatre, Wellingborough); Cole (Yvonne Arnaud Guildford); The Invisible Woman (Film, Headline Pictures); Wind In The Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Sleeping Beauty (Birmingham Rep); Sweeney Todd (Octagon Theatre Bolton); Posh (Pianist for recording session, Royal Court Theatre); The Habit Of Art (National Theatre & UK Tour); The History Boys (National Theatre, West End, Broadway, UK & International Tour).

Ed Hewlett (Musical Director)

Credits as a musical director include: Brexit The Musical (Edinburgh Fringe/Adelaide House); Mr Swallow: Houdini (Soho Theatre); Ricky Whittington (New Diorama Theatre); Patterns (Landor Theatre); Date(dot)com (Waterloo East Theatre); Dance With A Stranger (Workshop Performance, Crazy Coqs); Songbirds Concert (Battersea Barge); Broadway On The Barge (Battersea Barge); A Night To Remember (Ivy Arts Centre, Guildford). Credits as an assistant musical director include: State Fair In Concert (Cadagon Hall); See What I Wanna See (European Premier, Jermyn St. Theatre); Our House (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford); Joseph And His Amazing Technicolured Dreamcoat (Leatherhead Theatre); Steel Pier (Ivy Arts Centre, Guildford); Little Shop Of Horrors (Arts Depot).

Other credits as orchestrator/keyboard player/music copyist etc include: Jersey Boys (Piccadilly Theatre, London); Cinderella (Chiswick House and Gardens); Assassins Creed (2016 Movie, New Regency); Adam Gwon in Concert (St. James Theatre); West End Miscast 2016; GSA’s BA Musical Theatre Showcase (Ambassadors Theatre); Superhero (Southwark Playhouse); Cast Recording of Ricky Whittington; Stand Up And Sing at the Phoenix Artists Club. @Edward_Hewlett 

Cydney Uffindell-Phillips (Choreographer)

Cydney trained at London Studio Centre. Theatre credits as choreographer include: The Revengers Tragedy (Nottingham Playhouse); Beauty & the Beast (Mercury Theatre Colchester); Stage Door (Central School of Speech and Drama). Credits as associate choreographer: (National Theatre & Théâtre du Châtelet); Cabaret (UK tour).  Credits as associate director: The Wedding Singer (UK Tour). Credits as resident director: Wind in the Willows (Vaudeville Theatre). Credits as director: Bugsy Malone, Singin’ in the Rain & Fame (Trinity Youth Theatre).

Television credits as choreographer include: Me & Mrs Jones (BBC – Hartswood films); Campus (Channel 4 – Moniker Pictures); Green Wing (Channel 4 – Talkback Productions) and as assistant choreographer: Smack the Pony– Series 2, 3 & Christmas Special (Channel 4 – Talkback Productions). Film credits as associate choreographer include: London Road (BBC – National Theatre- Cuba Pictures). Commercial credits as choreographer include: FoxyBingo (Duke); EasyJet Slapdance (Believe Media); Give it Some Heart (Heart FM -Kream); Flashmobbed (E4);  80’s Season (Film 4).

Neil Irish (Set and Costume Designer)

Neil trained in Birmingham and later at The Slade UCL. Recent projects have been: Don Giovanni (Opera Holland Park); Cenerentola (Danish Opera and Opera Holland Park);     Tommy (UK tour); Betrayl (Derby Theatres); Look Back in Anger (Derby Theatres);         A Tale of Two Cities (Edinburgh Festival and Hong Kong); I’LL Trittico (Opera Holland Park);  Two Gentlemen of Verona (Guildford).

Past productions for Birmingham Rep, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Nottingham Playhouse, Watford Palace, Derby Theatres, St Anne’s New York, Bam NYC, Gate Dublin, Gate London. Opera Productions for New Zealand OPERA, Opera Comique Paris, BAM New York, Cezch National Opera, Danish Royal Opera, Opera North UK, Opera Theatre Co. Dublin, ENO Almeda Festival, English Touring Opera.

Forthcoming projects include: Anything That Flies (Jermyn Street Theatre); English Touring OPERA (UK Tour 2018); Peter Pan (Derby Theatres); Romeo and Juliet (Cambridge andGuildford). Neil has worked for both, Set and Costume Departments BBC TV.

Richard G. Jones (Lighting Designer)

Richard previously lit Other Desert Cities, The Collector, Venus in Fur, Good People and Breaking the Code for The English Theatre Frankfurt. Richard lit the actor musician Broadway Production of Sweeney Todd at the Eugene O’Neill Theater, for which he was nominated for an Outer Circle Critics Award and won a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design. He was nominated for a TMA Theatre Award for best lighting design for The Railway Children staged at the National Railway Museum York and a DORA for the Toronto production.

Richard’s West End work includes actor musician productions of Sunset Boulevard Sweeney Todd, The Gondoliers and Mack and Mabel, Carmen also productions of When Pigs Fly, Steptoe and Son, Horrid Henry Live and Horrid, Female Parts, Behud, The Complete World of Sport (abridged), The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged) {revised}, as well as The Railway Children at the Kings Cross Theatre. UK National tours include Sister Act, Calamity Jane, Fiddler on the Roof, Strictly Confidential, Beautiful Thing, Wuthering Heights, Rasputin, Candide, The Hot Mikado, Canterbury Tales, Spongebob Squarepants the Sponge that could Fly, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, To Kill a Mockingbird and The Diary of Anne Frank.  

Richard has recently lit the UK tour of Son of A Preacher Man (Eclipse Entertainment); Robin Hood The Arrow of Destiny (The York Theatre Royal); Wind In The Willows (New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich). Richard is currently working on designs for Jack and the Beanstalk (York Theatre Royal) and Strictly Come Dancing Arena Tour 2018 (Phil McIntyre Productions and Stage Entertainment).

Stephan Weber (Sound Designer)

Born in Karlsruhe, Stephan started his theatre career in Ettlingen, where he did the operating and sound design for several musicals at the Schlossfestspiele Ettlingen. He studied audio engineering at the SAE Institute in Munich and since then he has worked as an audio consultant at the Burgfestspiele Bad Vilbel and in Oestrich-Winkel near Wiesbaden. He has created sound designs for musicals in other German theatres and has worked with several large productions, including those with live orchestras. For the last 15 years, Stephan’s company has been responsible for providing the audio for the entertainment programmes of several cruise lines like Hapag-Lloyd and TUI Cruises. Stephan has worked for The English Theatre Frankfurt since 2010.

Gabriella Bird  (Associate Director)

Gabbie is a freelance theatre director and choreographer. She trained as apprentice at Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and with the Young Vic Directors Programme. She is the co-founder of Plain Heroines, whose debut production Madwomen in the Attic was shortlisted for the Drayton Arms Eddies Award 2016. Credits as director: The Acid Test (The Cockpit, London); Madwomen in the Attic (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Three Days’ Time (ADC Theatre & Edinburgh Fringe); Twelfth Night (The Courtyard Theatre & European Tour); Rent (ADC Theatre, Cambridge) as well as rehearsed readings for Women at RADA. Credits as associate director: The Wizard of Oz (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre)and The Taming of the Shrew (US Tour. Credits ss assistant director: Miss Julie (Theatre by the Lake & Jermyn St Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Guildford Shakespeare Company); Wind in the Willows (Pleasance Edinburgh); His Dark Materials, Charlotte’s Web and Lord of the Flies (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre).

Philip d’Orléans (Fight Director)

Philip is an Equity Registered Fight Director, and a fight examiner for the BASSC.  He teaches for RADA and Drama Studio London. Recent credits include: Titus Andronicus (RSC/Barbican); King Lear (The Globe); Macbeth (Buxton International Festival); Romeo & Juliette (Korea National Opera); The Kite Runner (Wyndham’s Theatre); Grapes of Wrath, Dedication (Nuffield Southampton); Gabriel (National Tour); Cyrano de Bergerac, King Lear (Northern Broadsides); Treasure Island, Robin Hood (Dukes Theatre); Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Theatr Clwyd); Noises Off (Royal Court The-atre, Liverpool); The Ladykillers (Hull Truck Theatre); Sleuth, Noises Off, Duchess of Malfi (Nottingham Playhouse); Dial M For Murder, Robin Hood (New Vic Theatre); The Beggar’s Opera, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Stig Of The Dump (Storyhouse Chester); Sleuth (Vienna English Theatre); Gaslight (Theatre Royal, Northampton); The Djinns of Eidgah (Royal Court); La Scala Di Seta, Der Rosen Kavalier (Royal Opera House);  L’Isola Disabi-tata (ROH International Tour). Recent film credits include: King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (Warner Bros); Pan (Warner Bros); The Knife That Killed Me (Universal Pictures).

Melanie Schöberl  (Assistant Costume Design)

Melanie`s first experience as a costume designer was for the Chaincourt Theatre Company at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt am Main. In 2006 she worked as a costume assistant for the choreographer/director Wanda Golonka on Crave by Sarah Kane. During the same year she was part of the creative team of the Sebastian Hartmann production Being Lawinky. She did costume design for The Threepenny Opera, The Crucible and Master Class. Her work as assistant costume designer includes The Who`s Tommy, Rain Man, Breaking the Code, Sweet Charity, Good People, The Ruling Class, Saturday Night Fever, Venus in Fur, The Collector, Other Desert Cities, Death and the Maiden, The Glass Meangerie, The Life, Disgraced, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Spamalot, Handbagged,The Hound of the Baskervilles and Pygmalion all for The English Theatre Frankfurt.

Marc Frankum  (Casting Director)

Marc originally trained as an actor at Drama Centre London before moving into casting. Previous shows for The English Theatre Frankfurt include: Pygmalion, 

The Hound of the Baskervilles, Handbagged, Spamalot, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Glass Menagerie, Disgraced, Death and the Maiden, Other Desert Cities, Ghost, The Musical, Strangers on a Train.


Marc has also recently cast The Band the Musical, Out Of Order, Dial M for Murder, An Inspector Calls, End of the Rainbow, Calendar Girls (UK Tour); I Capture the Castle (Palace Theatre Watford/Bolton Octagon); Much Ado About Nothing, Clybourne Park, Noises Off, Macbeth (Mercury Theatre Colchester); Hand to God, The Bodyguard, The Woman In Black, Duck House (West End); The Full Monty (2016/17 UK Tour); The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night (Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank/Shakespeare’s Globe); Barbarians (Tooting Arts Club); When Blair had Bush and Bunga (Pleasance One);  Goodnight Mister Tom (West End/Chichester Festival Theatre/The Children’s Touring Partnership); Stepping Out (Salisbury Playhouse); The Mousetrap (60th Anniversary Tour); Mother Adam (Jermyn Street Theatre); The Hairy Ape (Southwark Playhouse); Sign of the Times (Duchess Theatre);  Far Away (Bristol Old Vic) and The History Boys (Theatre Royal Bath/West Yorkshire Playhouse) and was casting associate on Big, the Musical (Plymouth/Dublin); Good Canary (Rose Theatre Kingston)  and Elf, The Musical (West End/Plymouth/Dublin/Manchester).