Kassie Martin

Kassie’s love for theatre began at her mother’s dance school and she made her professional debut as a child in GFO’s The Sound of Music. She went onto study voice at VCASS and holds a diploma (Musical Theatre) from NIDA. Kassie’s professional credits include Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (Dance Captain/Swing), Wicked (Ensemble/Swing), Cats (Electra/Swing), … Continued

Thomas Norman

Thomas began dancing at the age of five and quickly expanded his repertoire, studying acting and singing. He went on to complete his full-time performing arts training at The Next Step Performing Arts in Sydney. So far in his career Thomas has performed on stage with Cher for The Sydney Mardi Gras, in shows for … Continued

Richard Stilgoe

Richard Stilgoe lives in Surrey (where he was born) and has five children and two grandchildren. He writes songs, runs the Orpheus Trust and is involved in music education – most recently the Stilgoe Family Concerts (Royal Festival Hall) and the National Foundation for Youth Music. He was brought up in Liverpool, and progressed through … Continued

Charles Hart

Charles Hart was born in London and educated in Maidenhead and Cambridge. He has written words for musicals (The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, The Kissing-Dance, The Dreaming), opera (The Vampyr, BBC TV) and miscellaneous songs, as well as both words and music for television (Watching, Split Ends, Granada TV) and radio (Love … Continued

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Andrew Lloyd Webber has composed the scores of some of the world’s most famous musicals. From Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1969) to Cinderella (2021), his work has been consistently seen on world stages. Before the COVID pandemic hit, Lloyd Webber had shows continually running in the West End for 48 years and on … Continued

Christine Rowland

Christine Rowland has worked in both subsidised and commercial theatre. She was resident Costume Supervisor at the National Theatre London for several years and Head of Costume at the RSC. Work for Cameron Mackintosh includes: Carousel (London, New York and Japan), Oliver! (London, UK Tour,Toronto and Sydney), The Witches of Eastwick (London, Melbourne), My Fair … Continued

Matthew Bourne

Matthew Bourne is firmly established as the UK’s most popular and successful choreographer and director. He is the creator of the world’s longest-running ballet production, a record-breaking nine-time Olivier Award winner, and the only British director to have won the Tony Award for both Best Choreographer and Best Director of a Musical. Matthew started his … Continued

Paul Kieve

West End / Broadway includes: Groundhog Day, Matilda (Both with Tim Minchin), Ghost the Musical, Pippin, Finding Neverland, Side Show, Fiddler on the Roof, The Invisible Man, Catherine Tate Live, The Witches, Zorro, Macbeth; Alice in Wonderland for Royal Ballet. Film includes: Wonka Starring Timothy Chalamet, Disney’s Snow White, Hugo, Harry Potter and the Prisoner … Continued

Mick Potter

Mick has designed the sound for numerous world premiere productions including: Saturday Night Fever (London, New York and worldwide), Bombay Dreams (London, New York), The Woman In White (London, New York), the largest ever production of Phantom Of The Opera (Las Vegas), the critically acclaimed West End production of Evita (London, Broadway, Sydney Opera House … Continued

Scott Ambler

(1960-2018) As a member of Matthew Bourne’s company since 1991, Scott created many roles including The Prince in Swan Lake. Choreography includes: The Hostage (RSC); Mrs Hartley and the Growth Centre (BBC); I Giganti della Montagne and La Calisto (Musica nel Chiostro – Batignano); Die Stein der Weisen (Garsington); Time and the Conways (National Theatre); … Continued