Rita Simons

Rita is best known for playing Roxy Mitchell in BBC’s Eastenders and is one of Britain’s best loved TV actresses. She won Most Popular Newcomer at the National Television Awards and other awards and nominations include Best Newcomer at the Digital Spy Soap Awards, Best Onscreen Partnership for her character partnership with Ronnie Mitchell played by Samantha Womack, Best Newcomer at the TV Now awards, a nomination for Best Newcomer at the 2008 British Soap Awards and Best Newcomer at the 2008 Inside Soap Awards.

Rita continues her role as Roxy in one of the nation’s most loved continuing dramas, and has alsoappeared in Mile High as Hannah, Dream Team as Julie and London’s Burning.

In Spring 2012, Rita was the subject of a major documentary film Rita Simons:My Daughter, Deafness and Me made by Leopard Films for primetime BBC1. Rita actively supports the charity RNID. For more information please visit

Lucie Jones

Lucie is representing the United Kingdom in Kiev at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘Never Give Up On You’. She is currently playing Maureen in the 20th anniversary UK tour of Rent. Her previous theatre credits include: Elle Woods in Legally Blonde (Leicester Curve); Molly in Ghost (Asian Tour);Victoria in American Psycho (The Almeida); Meatloaf in We Will Rock You (International Tour); Kelly Byrne in The Prodigals (Edinburgh Festival); Cosette in Les Miserables (Queens Theatre, West End and O2 Arena). Her TV acting credits includes: Melody Carver in Midsomer Murders (ITV); Louise in The Sarah Jane Adventures (BBC). Lucie was a finalist in the 2009 series of The X Factor.

Bill Ward

Bill has been a professional actor across TV and Theatre for over 15 years. He lives in Bristol with his partner and two young daughters.

On TV, Bill is probably best known for his work on two of the country’s leading Soaps. He has just finished 3 years on Emmerdale, playing the well meaning but pretty hopeless farmer James Barton (Ross, Pete and Finn’s Dad) for over 300 episodes, who sadly met a rather gruesome, if accidental, death at the hands of his emotionally volatile partner, Emma, in one of the Soap’s biggest storylines of the year.

Previously, he played the rather nasty builder Charlie Stubbs in Coronation Street, also for 300 episodes, who also remarkably met a rather gruesome, if accidental, death at the hands of his emotionally volatile partner, Tracy, in one of the Soap’s biggest storylines of the year. He’s a bit worried about doing any more of these kind of jobs…

He’s also done a fair amount of other TV/Film including: Silent Witness, True Crime, Casualty, The Great Ghost Rescue, Tangled (CBC Canada), Doctors, The Bill, Robin Hood, Midsomer Murders, Heartbeat, Cold Blood, Fallen, Holby City, EastEnders, Swag, Seven Stories, Jonathan Creek, Footballers’ Wives, Rose and Maloney, In Deep, Make My Day.

Though well known for his TV work, Bill is no stranger to the stage, and has worked on everything from Sophocles to The Spice Girls at Bristol Old Vic, Manchester Royal Exchange, Northern Stage, Clwyd Theatr Cymru, and The National Theatre Studio amongst others. He’s played Prospero in The Tempest in Guildford, Lancelot in Spamalot in the West End, and Kevin the Gnome in a muddy field in Glastonbury.

Theatre includes: Viva Forever (Piccadilly Theatre, West End), The Hairy Ape (Southwark Playhouse), Million Dollar Quartet (Noel Coward Theatre, West End); The Lady From The Sea (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Tempest (Guildford Shakespeare Company); Look Back In Anger (Northern Stage and National Tour); Spamalot (Palace Theatre, West End); Edward II (BAC); Harriott And I (Manchester Royal Exchange Studio); Destiny (BAC); Oh! What A Lovely War (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); A Chorus Of Disapproval (Bristol Old Vic); The Beggar’s Opera (Bristol Old Vic); Antigone (Bristol Old Vic); Japes (Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End); Stalin! The Musical (Pleasance); Around The World In Eighty Days (BAC); Uncle Ebenezer- A Christmas Carol (BAC).

Before becoming an actor, Bill had a proper job working for over 10 years in the Advertising Industry, firstly as an Account Director, latterly as a Senior Strategic Planner at two of the world’s largest advertising agencies: Saatchi & Saatchi and Bartle Bogle Hegarty in London.

He also has a degree in Modern British History from Bristol University, and is a professional landscape photographer – he recently won the Adobe Prize at the 2015 Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards. You can see more of his work at

David Barrett

David was born and raised in Bedfordshire and graduated from Mountview in 2002.

Since then he has appeared in several UK No.1 tours including, ‘Godspell’, Directed by Scott Schwartz, ‘Summer Holiday’, ‘Annie’, ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ 2008, as well as being Resident Director on ‘South Pacific’ and the 2014 production of ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’; Directed and Choreographed by US Award winner Patti Colombo.

He has also performed in ‘Oliver’ in Malaysia, the acclaimed production of ‘Gypsy’ at the Dundee Rep Theatre and a highly successful new production of ‘Chicago’ at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre where he played ‘Amos’.

In 2006 David was fortunate enough to be part of a brand new musical written by the Heather Brothers, where he got to play a Serial Killer in ‘Teen Scream’, at the Edinburgh Festival.

As well as numerous Pantomime appearances across the Country over the years, including, Stevenage, Lincoln, Malvern, Lowestoft, Swansea, Bath and Poole, Choreographing the latter, he also spent an incredible year at the world famous ‘Funny Girls’ at Blackpool, which was a true education in more ways than one.

He has been Lead Production Vocalist and Company Manager for both, Princess Cruises and P&0 Cruises, aboard ships including The ‘Royal Princess’, named by the Duchess of Cambridge in June 2013 as well as the inaugural casts for P&O ‘Azura’ and ‘Ventura’.

His regional Productions Include: Little Shop of Horrors, Sister Act, White Christmas & Follies. For Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Productions include: Amos Hart in CHICAGO, Multiple roles in SISTER ACT, and Emmett Forest in LEGALLY BLONDE.

David has also been Associate Director on several productions including: WHITE CHRISTMAS, LEGALLY BLONDE (2 x productions), FOLLIES, SISTER ACT (2 x productions) and OKLAHOMA.

David is delighted to be reprising the role of “Emmett” in this new production of LEGALLY BLONDE for UK Productions, and as ever, he would like to thank his family for their unwavering love and support.

Liam Doyle

Training – Elaine Ferry’s Three spires Dance School.

Theatre Credits include:
Kurt Kelly in Heathers (The Other Palace), Sam Wheat in Ghost (Asian Tour), Tony in West Side Story (Kilworth house), Matthew in Altarboyz (Greenwich theatre), Fiyero in Wicked (UK tour), Eddie in Mamma Mia (Novello theatre), Link Larkin in Hairspray (UK tour),Troy Bolton in High School Musical 2 (UK tour)

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Laura Harrison

Laura trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London. Whilst training Laura won a BBC Performing Arts Bursary, and reached the final 12 of the Stephen Sondheim Society’s Student Performer of the Year.

Laura has just finished touring with Blood Brothers as Donna Marie/Miss Jones where she covered, and played on numerous occasions, Mrs Lyons. During this time she also performed in the successful Manchester premier of Jason Robert Browns, Parade as Lucile Frank (Hope Mill Theatre) 

Theatre; Donna Marie/Miss Jones and cover/played Mrs Lyons in Blood Brothers (UK Tour), Lucille Frank in Parade (Hope Mill Theatre), Tiger Lily in Peter Pan (UK Productions), Featured Soloist in Jason Manford’s Christmas Carol Concert (Bridgewater Hall, Manchester), Featured Vocalist in Time & Music (Blackpool Grand Theatre), Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (The Kings Arms Theatre), Featured Vocalist in Church of Now (BBC at Edinburgh Fringe), Ensemble in BBC Proms 2010 – Prom 19 – Stephen Sondheim at 80 (Royal Albert Hall)

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Helen Petrovna

Helen studied at Bodywork Company Dance Studios and furthered her training at The Collaborative Arts Project (CAP21) in New York City.

Previous professional theatre credits include Graziella in West Side Story (Larnaca Amphitheatre), West End Rocks (UK Tour), “An Evening on the Westside” (Bernstein Celebration UK Concert Tour), Les Miserables in Concert (UK Tour), Jemima in Cats (Arena Tour), Singer/Dancer for Universal (Osaka, Japan), Katherine in Wine Lovers The Musical (NCL), Serena in Legally Blonde The Musical (NCL), Brooke Wyndham in Legally Blonde The Musical (Aberystwyth Arts Centre) and The Slave of the Ring in Aladdin (Mansfield Palace Theatre). 

Helen has just  finished playing all the female roles in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express in Bochum, Germany, including the lead role of ‘Pearl’.

She can be seen in the ICF feature film Chalet Girl and has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Nickelodeon with performances on Abbamania, Murder in Suburbia, Genie and The Royal Variety Show.

Twitter: @HelenPetrovna 

Bruisey Williams-Dodd

Bruisey Williams-Dodd hails from a family of 4 and was hand-picked at the age of 3 weeks by Messrs Dodd & Williams to star as leading Canine in this new production of LEGALLY BLONDE.

LEGALLY BLONDE marks Bruisey’s 2nd production having appeared, to great critical acclaim, in WHITE CHRISTMAS, Mechanics Theatre.

Hobbies include: Looking unbelievably cute, Window Cleaner chasing, Lawn Mower riding, tennis ball chewing, dragging her favourite teddy bear around and sleeping on any available knee – preferably of a handsome man….

After months of training and rehearsing, Bruisey hopes you think she’s just as fabulous as she thinks she is…

Woof woof yap to you all. X

Felipe Bejarano

Theatre includes: Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre, London); Peter Pan (Wimbledon Theatre); Snow White (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford). 

Delycia Belgrave

Training: Millennium Performing Arts. 

Theatre credits include: Legally Blonde (The Curve) Mother Goose (Wilton’s Music Hall); Lisa in MAMMA MIA! (Royal Caribbean); Featured Ensemble in Loserville the Musical (Revival – Union Theatre); Jack and the Beanstalk (Hackney Empire Theatre); Cinderella (Hackney Empire Theatre); Dancer/Singer in Wildlife (Bloomsbury Theatre)

Other credits Include: The Pajama Game workshop (Stephen Mear); Stephen Ward the Musical workshop (Stephen Mear); Dancer in Move It (Olympia); Dancer in John Lewis 150th (LG Arena).

Lucyelle Cliffe

Training: London School of Musical Theatre

Cover Madame Thenardier in Les Miserables (Queens Theatre) cover Madame Morrible in Wicked (Apollo Victoria) Muriel in When Midnight Strikes (Upstairs at The Gatehouse) Cover Gretchen & cover Gloria in Boeing Boeing (UK Tour) vocalist in Sondheim Women (St James Theatre) Theresa Barge & Inspector Munge in Power (Canal Café Theatre) Vocalist in Walk in The Light (National Theatre) Queen Runt in Dick (Leicester Square Theatre) Pitti Sing in Hot Mikado (Landor Theatre) Frau Zeller in The Sound of Music (Bahrain International Centre) Woman in The Thing About Men (Landor Theatre) Lady Capulet in Romeo & Juliet (The Roundhouse) Marie in The Woods Are Lovely (Courtyard Theatre) Queen Mother in Rumplestilstkins Daughter (Earls Court Festival) Woman 2 in Songs For A New World (Rose Theatre) Lead Vocalist in Winter Wonderland (Hyde Park) Death in Plague and Geoff in Piramania (2010 Edinburgh Festival & Upstairs at The Gatehouse) Deloris Gilmore in Once Upon A Time At The Adelphi (Union Theatre) Melissa in Bacchus In Rehab (Etcetera Theatre) Newsrevue (Canal Café Theatre) Sheila in Girlfriends (Prince of Wales Theatre) Svetlana in Rasputin Rocks! (Kenton Theatre) Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Adriana in The Comedy of Errors (British Touring Shakespeare Company) UK Tour Wicked Fairy Carrabosse in Sleeping Beauty (Oakengates Theatre)

V.O/ Recordings – Angel in Dr Faustus, Three Witches A Season Before The Tragedy of Macbeth both for The British Touring Shakespeare Company. Lead on Garden of Eden- Ella Grace, Vocalist on The One- Chris Passey, Vocalist on Shine On Down- Danny Davies, Ronette, Chiffon & Crystal Little Shop of Horrors- Gary Jordan, Sephoba on Zipporah- Charlie Boyle, Svetlana on Rasputin Rocks- Ed Bussey, Vocalist on Star Child- Charles Miller.

Connor Collins

Training: From the age of 16 Connor trained at Confidance MTS in Glasgow. He went onto obtain a 3 year scholarship at Laine Theatre Arts in London, and graduated with a diploma in professional musical theatre and dance.

Theatre Credits: Ensemble, CINDERELLA, (Kings Theatre Glasgow), Ensemble/Stilt Walker, LOVE NEVER DIES, (Stage Entertainment – Hamburg), Jury/Ensemble, CHICAGO (Stage Entertainment), Ensemble, DICK WHITTINGTON (Theatre Royal Plymouth), Ensemble, ALADDIN (Liverpool Empire), Ensemble, CINDERELLA, (Milton Keynes Theatre), Ensemble on PACIFIC PEARL & PACIFIC JEWEL for William Forsyth (Grayboy Entertainment)

TV Credits:  LOVE NEVER DIES, CHICAGO (Helene Fischer Show), CHICAGO (Bambi Awards). 

Connor has spent much of his career working internationally and he is delighted to return to the UK in this production of Legally Blonde! 

Sally Frith

Training: Millennium Performing Arts

Theatre Credits include: Margot in Legally Blonde (Korea); Ensemble, 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/Sell A Door); Puppeteer & u/s Queen in Snow White (The Hexagon, Reading); Goisa / Texas Tilley in Rumpy Pumpy! (Theatre Royal Windsor & Union Theatre); Lead in At The Movies (The Spa Bridlington Repertory Season); Dance Captain in Spend, Spend, Spend (Union Theatre – Craig Dodd Award for Best Female Ensemble); Ali in Mamma Mia! (International Tour).

Credits whilst training include: Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors.

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Rachel Grundy

Theatre credits include: Columbia in the Italian leg of The Rocky Horror Show UK Tour. Travels With My Aunt, ensemble/cover Tooley (Chichester Festival Theatre); Phantom/cover Janet/Columbia/Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show (Playhouse Theatre West End), Janet in The Rocky Horror Show UK Tour at the Bristol Hippodrome, Oxford New Theatre and Millennium Forum, Derry; Phantom/cover and played both Janet and Columbia in The Rocky Horror Show 40th anniversary UK tour; Dinah in Starlight Express (Bochum Germany) also covered and played Pearl; Agnetha in the UK tour of Waterloo; Dusty Springfield in Shakin’ All Over (Mad about Productions); ensemble and understudy Cinderella at the Hexagon Theatre; Fairy Liquid in Beauty and the Beast(Enchanted Entertainment); Tiger Lily/Mrs Darling in Peter Pan (Sands Centre Carlisle) and UK Tour. 

Rachel also performed in last year’s ‘West End Bares’ for the MAD trust – Excalibare at The Novello Theatre and in the Gala performance of DISASTER! also for the MAD trust at The Charing Cross Theatre. 
Workshops include Hell Sing!, directed by Colin Charles and Travels With My Aunt (written by Stiles and Drew), directed by Christopher Luscombe
Television includes The Rocky Horror Show Live.; ‘Time Warp’ This Morning ITV; featured skater/dancer in H&M Christmas Commercial 2015, and also featured artiste in the Boots Christmas commercial – ‘Here Come the Girls’! 
She has appeared on the music video for ‘Standing Next to Me’ by The Last Shadow Puppets
and recently as skating /backing dancer on The X Factor.
Recordings include Waterloo (original cast).
Films include Wild Child (Working Title Films)
Trained at Bird College of Performing Arts and CWF Film Academy London.

Michael Hamway

Michael studied undergraduate Music at Trinity College Cambridge, before training at the Royal Academy of Music (2015 Graduate).
Theatre Credits: Tredgold in Forty Years On (Chichester Festival Theatre); Aladdin in Aladdin: The Wok and Roll Panto (Stafford Gatehouse); Frederick Thompson in Luna Park (Tristan Bates Theatre); David in Jackie the Musical (UK tour); High Tenor in Gobsmacked! (Hong Kong Udderbelly Festival); Cyril in Five Children and It (Tristan Bates Theatre); Puck in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Credits whilst training: Actor B in A Talent to Amuse; Painter/Communist/Bertrand in Amour; Larry in Closer; Henry in Next to Normal

Ben Harlow

Ben trained at The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, and Middlesex University, BA (Hons) Performing Arts.

Most recently, Ben played Sam Carmichael in the smash-hit ABBA! musical, MAMMA MIA! (Littlestar/RCCL), a role he also played in the Austrian premiere of the show in Vienna.

Prior to this, Ben played Gaston in the Original International Tour of Disney’s BEAUTY & THE BEAST, a role he reprised for 3 happy years on the UK Tour.

Other theatre includes: the Butler/Dan in JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT at The New London Theatre & UK Tour, Ensemble/US Sam & Bill in MAMMA MIA! (Original International Tour), Pete in GIRLS NIGHT OUT (Original cast, UK Tour), Dr Livesey in TREASURE ISLAND (Theatre Royal, Lincoln), Malcolm in MACBETH (York Museum Gardens & Duke of York’s Theatre, London), title role in THE KING OF COPENHAGEN (UK Tour), Fred in Lionel Bart’s MAGGIE MAY (Peacock Theatre, London) & A-Rab in WEST SIDE STORY (Queen Elizabeth Hall, London).

Concerts: Captain Von Trapp in THE SOUND OF MUSIC, Frank N Furter in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW & HAIR with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Carl Davis.

Pantomime credits: PrInce Charming in CINDERELLA (The Assembly Halls, Tunbridge Wells & The Anvil, Basingstoke) with Shaun Williamson & Keith Chegwin, Prince Frederick for 3 seasons in SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS (Churchill Theatre, Bromley, Theatre Royal, Bath & Festival Theatre, Malvern) with Patsy Kensit, Nichola McAuliffe & Sue Holderness, SLEEPING BEAUTY (The Anvil, Basingstoke) all for UK Productions Ltd.


Ben is delighted to be playing Kyle in the UK Tour of this brand new production of LEGALLY BLONDE, and hopes you enjoy the show!

Nancy Hill

Training: London School of Musical Theatre

Theatre credits include: Ensemble in Sweeney Todd (ENO / London Coliseum); Tracy
Turnblad in Hairspray (Cork Opera House 2014 & Royal Caribbean 2013); Miss Lynch and
u/s Jan in Grease (Piccadilly Theatre & UK No.1 Tour); Sue in Slice of Saturday Night
(Upstairs at the Gatehouse); Woman 2 in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Etcetera
Theatre) & Devon in Hope (Bridewell Theatre).

Credits whilst training: Mrs Brown in Roadways; Old Woman in Les Miserables workshop
and Ensemble in Sweeney Todd workshop.

Laura Mullowney

Training: Elmhurst School of Dance & Performing Arts.

Theatre credits include: Ensemble in UK/European Premiere Big the Musical (Plymouth Theatre Royal/Bord Gáis Energy Theatre); Cathy/1st Cover Gemma in UK Premiere Jackie the Musical (UK Tour); Ensemble in Singin’ in the Rain (Kilworth House); Ensemble in The Merry Widow (London City Opera, US tour); Ensemble/Understudy Fairy Godmother in Cinderella (The Hawth); Ensemble/Understudy Wicked Queen in Snow White (Manchester Opera House); Ensemble/Dance Captain in Dick Whittington (Kings Theatre, Edinburgh).

As Choreographer: Music video for Betsa (Jump and Fall); Made in Dagenham (Waterside Theatre, Manchester); Aladdin (Harlington Theatre, Fleet); Various productions onboard Crystal Cruises (Worldwide Entertainment).

Other credits include: Fait Accompli (Directed by Baz Luhrmann & Rob Ashford); UK Garage Awards (Jason Pennycooke); A Duke’s Place (Dollie Henry).

Cast Recordings: Big The Musical (Original UK Cast).

Rosie Needham

Rosie trained at the Arts Educational Schools London and The Guildford School of Acting, where she graduated with First Class Honours.

Recent work includes Wendy in Peter Pan (UK Productions) and Fiona in Bananaman at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the Page to Stage Season of new musicals.

Other work includes: Tinks in Peter Pan (UK Productions); Kate and Chutney in Legally Blonde (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Cinderella in Cinderella (Towngate Theatre); Ariel in Footloose (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre); Fiona in Bananaman (Workshop) and The Water Babies (Workshop).

Mark Peachey

Training: East 15 Acting School

Theatre includes: Mamma Mia! (First UK tour), Steve Hubbel in A Streetcar Named Desire (Leicester Curve), the title role in Richard III (Leicester Curve), Understudy Scar and Pumbaa in The Lion King (First UK tour), Dad in We’re Going On A Bear Hunt (UK tour and Hong Kong), The Prince Of The Pagodas (Royal Opera House), The Mighty Beast (UK tour), Mr Crumb in Mr Stink (World premiere and UK tour), The Comedy of Errors (Oddsocks), The Tempest (Young Shakespeare Company), Twelfth Night (Bloomsbury), Sid and understudy Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour), the title role in The Gruffalo (Duchess, Criterion and UK tour), Muddles in Snow White (Prince of Wales, Cannock), Silly Billy in Jack and The Beanstalk (Wyvern Theatre, Swindon), Mr Little in Stuart Little (UK Tour), and Primo in Plague of Innocence (Leicester Haymarket).

Film includes: Capricious (7/5 Productions), Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing (Oddsocks Productions), One Minutes (Possible Dream Productions), Tessa (Light House).
Television includes: Arthur Seaton in Books That Made Britain, Carter in Doctors and himself in the Shakespeare feature for Champions League: Leicester vs. Sevilla.

Brett Shiels

Training: CPA Studios
Theatre Credits: Hip Hopper 1 & cover Dusty in STARLIGHT EXPRESS (Bochum), Hip Hopper 2 in STARLIGHT EXPRESS (Bochum), Ensemble in MIRACLE 34th STREET (UK Tour), Audrey II Operator/Ensemble in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Aberystwyth Arts Centre), US Merchandiser in CHESS (Union Theatre, London), Johnny Idol in STEEL PIER (Union Theatre, London), Ensemble/cover comic in SNOW WHITE (Basingstoke) Ensemble in JACK & THE BEANSTALK (Theatre Royal, Nottingham), Ensemble in CINDERELLA (First Family Entertainment)

Workshops: Broadway workshop of OVER HERE (Director/choreographer Tony Stevens) 

Twitter: @brettski1989
Represented by: Michelle Blair Management 

Andrew Simeon

Andrew began his Performing Arts training at Gorseinon College in South Wales, before continuing his training at Bird College of Dance and Musical Theatre in London. Whilst training, Andrew was a member of the Bird Theatre Company, with which he toured extensively throughout Europe.

Theatre credits include:
Lead vocalist in The West End In Concert (UK tour); Aaron Schultz/cover Emmett Forrest in Legally Blonde (Aberystwyth); The final cast of We Will Rock You in London’s West End; The Boys in the Band play (directed by Christopher Biggins); Jest End (Leicester Square Theatre, London); Swing in We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre, London); Swing in We Will Rock You (Original UK tour); the leading role of Billy in The Snow Dragon (Waterman’s Theatre, London); Marine Richard West in South Pacific (UK tour); Rusty, Electra, Caboose, Flat Top, Purse and Krupp in Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany); Ensemble/cover Catsmeat Snow White (Victoria Palace, London); All That Jazz (UK tour); Eugene in Grease (CMC) and Musical Theatre Reviews aboard the MV Aurora.

Street Vandalism commercial (BBC); Music Video ‘3am’ by Kate Nash; Singer on The Late Late Show (RTE one); The All Ireland’s Talent Show, Dancer (RTE one); Music Video, Fallin’ For You by Ashley Robles; Children In Need (BBC); Blue Peter (CBBC); VW Motor show in Geneva and Liquorice Allsorts (S4C)

Choreography/Assisting & Artistic Direction:
Wii console game, Abba ‘You Can Dance’ commercial and casting (Halliford Studios, London); creation of a new musical Stars Falling; workshop of Paul Nicholas’ new musical Blockbuster (London); Legally Blonde (Aberystwyth);
Jean Paul Gaultier range launch, (London); La Perla fashion show (London); Sleeping Beauty (UK Productions, Rhyl & Mansfield); Aladdin (UK Productions, Mansfield); Kate Nash’s ‘3am’ Music video; Stageworks corporate events (various locations across the country); Big Band annual concert (Cambridge); Rock Raiser Cabaret (London); creative director for The West End In Concert, creating such shows as The West End At Christmas and the uk tour of The West End At The Movies.

Twitter: @AndrewSimeonASL

Rebecca Stenhouse

Training: The MGA Academy of Performing Arts, Edinburgh 
Theatre includes: ‘Marty’ and understudy ‘Sandy’ in Grease (David Ian Productions); ‘Novella’ in the original cast of Columbus the musical (RCCL); ‘Elle’ in Legally Blonde (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); ‘Sherrie’ in Rock of Ages (Norwegian Cruise Lines); Ensemble and understudy ‘Sandy’  in Grease (European Arena Tour); Lead Vocalist in Best of Musicals (European Tour) 

Other work includes: Soloist for Scott Alan (London Hippodrome); Pretty Woman the musical (workshop for S74 Productions); Swing and Assistant choreographer (Universal Studios Japan); Dancer for Stephen K Amos (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) 

Rebecca is thrilled to be making her touring debut in Legally Blonde and would like to thank her wonderful family in Scotland and her friends for their constant love and support. For more info visit:

Craig Tyler

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Alexandra Wright

Alexandra is from The Wirral, and began dancing at the age of three. She went on to attend The Hammond School in Chester and at 16, gained a place at The English National Ballet School were she continued her training for two years, before deciding to complete her diploma at Laine Theatre Arts. 

Alexandra’s credits include Ensemble “Funny Girl” UK tour, Bombalurina “CATS” Royal Caribbean, Featured Dancer “Spirit of the Dance” – Singer/Dancer, P&O Ventura – Dancer, P&O Azura – Ensemble & U/S “Snow White” FFE, Bristol Hippodrome – Peasant Girl, “Giselle” Birmingham Royal Ballet.