Sharon has recently finished filming a role in British Indie film Delicious starring opposite Adrian Scarborough (Kings Speech, Gavin and Stacey) due for UK release in 2014. In 2013 she was also offered a role in the West End cast of The Lion King but due to her heavy workload decided to decline. Prior to this she was busy filming the role of Gillian in Eastenders for the BBC. Sharon is well known on the commercial circuit having shot many adverts and print work.
Theatre includes Bluette in 'Blues Brothers' (European tour), Apollo Performer in 'Buddy Holly musical' (Arena Tour), Nina in the two hander play 'In Bed' (Questors Theatre), Zoe in 'All Bobs Women' (Arts Theatre), 'Godspell' (UK Tour) Tina Turner in 'Discotivity' (Edinburgh Fringe), Tammy Terrell/Freda Payne in 'Solid Gold Soul' (European Tour), Florence in 'Time Reveals All' (Brighton Festival).
Film and Televison includes Sound of Musicals Pilot for ITV, Gillian in BBC's Eastenders, Waitress in British Indie film 'Delicious', Jasmine in Dave Hills Royal baby watch.
Dani trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Credits while training include: Maggie in 42nd Street, The Whore in Hello Again, Sarah in Carthaginians and Isabella in Measure for Measure.
Theatre credits include: The Girl in Blues in the Night.
Dani is extremely grateful to be part of this new and exciting project.
Rebecca trained at Mountview Academy of theatre arts and has recently finished filming 'All the Ordinary Angels' for the British Youth Film Academy, playing the lead role of 'Bernie'.
Theatre credits include Reporter in 'HOODS' the musical, directed by Craig Revel Horwood (The Arts Theatre Leicester Square) Jocasta in Oedipus (Camden Site specific) Ensemble in Billy (Union Theatre, Southwark) Flo in the new musical 'The Picture House' (Edinburgh Fringe) Lola in Faces (Greenwich Theatre)
She is very excited to be part of this project and promote wonderful new writing!
Jodie trained at the London School of Musical Theatre.
Credits include: Sister Mary Robert and U/S Deloris Van Cartier- Sister Act, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Regina in the Original London Cast Rock of Ages (Broadway World Award-Best Supporting Actress), Shaftesbury Theatre & Garrick Theatre, Theory Of Relativity- Manicure Girl Original London Cast, Tink- Lost Boy, Charing Cross Theatre, Love Me Tender (Based on Twelfth Night)- Miss Sandra, Workshop, Rusty- Footloose, UK Tour, Florence- Chess, Channel Islands Tour, Vicky- Bright Lights Big City UK Premier, Betty- Me & Juliet, Finborough Theatre, Emily Arden- State Fair, Trafalgar Studios, Grizabella- Cats, Channel Islands Tour, Jest End- Jermyn Street Theatre, Perfect Wife- The Perfect Wife Roadshow, Original UK Cast, Holly- The Wedding Singer, Original UK Cast, Lead Female Vocalist- Another Kind Of Magic, Scandanavian Tour, Marcy- I Love You Because, Original London Cast, Landor Theatre, U/S Audrey- Little Shop of Horrors, Duke of York & Ambassadors Theatre, Lead Vocalist- Night of 1000 Voices, Royal Albert Hall, U/s Eva Peron- Evita, Adelphi Theatre, Serena- Fame, Aldwych Theatre, Fantine- Les Miserables, Channel Islands Tour, U/S Scaramouche & Meatloaf- We Will Rock You, Dominion Theatre and Lead Female Vocalist- Build Me A Bridge, Original Broadway Cast
James trained at Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating in 2010, after ten years working in the TV industry. Credits at Central included Vincentio in Measure for Measure and Brachaino in The White Devil. Theatre includes Duke of Venice, Othello at Leicester Square Theatre earlier this year, Dromio of Ephesus in Comedy of Errors, Rose Theatre, Kingston and Capulet in Romeo and Juliet, Catford Broadway.
Recent film includes the short Hell Hath No Fury and the recently released British Youth Film Academy feature Friends of Money directed by Adam Lee-Hamilton.
Credits include: A Taste of Honey (Hull Truck/Derby Theatre Tour), Deadpile, The Circle Game, 24 Hour Plays (Old Vic New Voices), Blue/Orange (York Theatre Royal), You Once Said Yes (Roundhouse), The Love of the Nightingale (Site-Specific Tour), Sum Zero (Lyric Hammersmith), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theatre Royal Bath/Tour), Cut Off, Soyuz 40 (Theatre 503), Merchant of Venice (Arcola), Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest (Orange Tree), Our Country's Good (Royal Theatre Haymarket), Doctors and Doctor Who (BBC).