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Nicky Adams | Joanna Ampil | David Bardsley

Annalene Beechey | Alex Bourne | Simon Bowman

Meredith Braun | Martin Callaghan | Carmen Cusack

Scott Davies | Jo Gibb | Lydia Griffiths | Dianne Pilkington

Anthony Stuart Lloyd | Mark O’Malley | Mike Sterling

Joanna Ampil

Joanna comes from Manila, Philippines. She has been a leading artist in the West End and abroad since she arrived in London in 1992.

Theatre credits include: KIM in MISS SAIGON (London, Australian Premiere, Australian ‘MO’ award nomination for best actress, Original UK and Ireland Tour), MARY MAGDALENE in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (London, Lyceum Theatre), EPONINE in LES MISERABLES (London, Palace Theatre), FANTINE in LES MISERABLES (London, Palace and Queen’s Theatres), SHIELA FRANKLIN in HAIR (London, Gate Theatre) THE INGENUE - JUNE in Musical of Musicals (London, Sound Theatre).

Concerts include: ELIZA DOOLITTLE in THE TRIBUTE TO MY FAIR LADY & MISS SAIGON’S 2282nd PERFORMANCE (London, Theatre Royal Drury Lane), KIM in MISS SAIGON’s 10th Anniversary performance (London), SHOWTIME AT THE STADIUM (Cardiff, Millennium Stadium), EPONINE in LES MISERABLES IN CONCERT (Belfast, Odyssey Arena), STARS OF THE MUSICALS (Kuala Lumpur, Stadium Putra), NIGHT OF A 100 STARS (London, Palladium Theatre), AN EVENING WITH JASON ROBERT BROWN (London, New Players Theatre), the World Premiere Concert of Boublil & Schonberg’s ONE DAY MORE (Birmingham, Symphony Hall), FANTINE in LES MISERABLES, A SPECIAL CONCERT for Her Majesty The Queen and French President Jacques Chirac (Windsor Castle) and several concerts worldwide.

TV appearances include: TELEVIZIERRING GALA in Holland, THE 700 CLUB for CBS America, BBC documentary THE QUEST with UNITED COLOURS OF SOUND, MUMMY AUTOPSY for Discovery Channel, SHOWTIME AT THE STADIUM, 100 GREATEST MUSICALS, A DAY IN THE LIFE OF WINDSOR CASTLE for BBC, BROKEN NEWS for BBC and several guest appearances globally.

Her recordings include: KIM in THE COMPLETE INTERNATIONAL SYMPHONIC RECORDING OF MISS SAIGON, MARY MAGDALENE in the 1996 London recording of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, STARS OF THE MUSICALS and her first single REACH FOR THE STARS in benefit of Sun and Moon Home for Children available at Dress Circle store, Covent Garden, London - Buy the single now from Dress Circle.


David Bardsley

Theatre: Micky in “Blood Brothers” at The Phoenix Theatre London, Tony in “West Side Story” at The York Theatre Royal, Jerry Allison in “The Buddy Holly Story” (Original cast), Enjolras in “Les Misérables” at The Palace London and Point in Dublin, Lord Capulet in “Romeo and Juliet” at The Piccadilly Theatre London, Oreste Campese in “L’Arte Dells Commedia” at The Old Vic, Julian Espatorias in “La Cava” at The Piccadilly Theatre, Rusty Charlie in “Guys and Dolls” at The Royal National Theatre, Peter in “The Fix” at the Donmar Warehouse, Fuentes in “Kiss of the Spiderwoman” at The Shaftesbury Theatre London, Young Ben in “Follies” for a BBC concert at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Television: Rob Dreary in “Coronation Street”, Jimmy Jackson in “Holby City”, Taggart in “The Gang the Krays Feared”, “Merseybeat”, “The Bill” and “Eastenders”.

Film: Bob in “Cold Callers” for Daylight Hit films, Jerry in “Let’s Stich Together” for Indeo films.

Radio: “Agony’s Awakening” (BBC Radio 3), “Follies” (BBC Radio 2), “A Chorus Line” (BBC Radio 2), “Songs from the Shows” (BBC Radio 2).


Annalene Beechey

Theatre credits include: Cossette in “Les Misérables”, Belle in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” at the Dominion Theatre London, Anne Egerman in Stephen Sondheims’ “A Little Night Music” and Dorothy in the RSC version of “The Wizard of Oz” (both at Leicester Haymarket), Johanna in the Celebrated Anniversary Concert of Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd” (Royal Festival Hall, Belle in “A Christmas Carol” (Theatre Royal, Nottingham) opposite Anton Rogers, the alternate Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera” (Her Majesty’s’ Theatre) and Sadie Sears & Julie Jordan in “Carousel” (Shaftesbury Theatre), soloist in the RTE Bank of Ireland “Proms in Songs From the Oscars and Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber”. Soloist with “The Royal Air Force Massed Bands across Britain”, including performing at The Royal Albert Hall in London.

Television credits include: Roisin O’Brien in “The Bill” (Thames TV) and the Euro ’96 Closing Ceremony at Wembley Stadium. Appeared in the hugely anticipated “Phantom of the Opera Movie” directed by Joel Schumacher.

Original recordings include: Greta in “The Ratcatcher” by Phil Henderson and Michael Ward, Lucy in Bernard J Taylor’s’ “Nosferatu” and Narrator/Girlfriend in “Inconnu” by Andrew Cox.

Workshops include: “The Ratcatcher” (London Welsh Centre), “Casanova” (Criterion), “Charlotte: Life or Theatre?” (Drill Hall), “The Third Person” (King’s Head), and “Going Once” (The Venue). More recently Annalene has recorded demo tracks for “The Lord of the Rings” Musical by A.R. Rahman, “Hooker” by Ryan & Readman and early work on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Woman In White”.


Alex Bourne

Alex is currently appearing at The Dominion Theatre as Khashoggi in We Will Rock You. He was last there in 1999 playing Gaston in Disney's Beauty And The Beast. Other West End credits include: RSC/Opera North's Showboat (London Palladium); Buddy Holly in The Buddy Holly Story (Victoria Palace Theatre); John Lennon, Bruce Springsteen and Bobby Vee in Only The Lonely (Whitehall Theatre); Danny Zuko in Grease (Cambridge Theatre); Billy Flynn in Chicago (Adelphi); Dean Martin in The Rat Pack (Strand Theatre).

Other work includes: Kenickie on the first National Tour of Grease; Dr. Frank 'N' Furter in The Rocky Horror Show; The Magnificent Musicals with Ruthie Henshall and Tim Howar and The Beast in Disney's Beauty And The Beast (National Tour). He also played Buddy Holly on the UK, Australian and American touring productions of Buddy.


Simon Bowman

Created the role of Chris in the original London production of “Miss Saigon” at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Eddie in “Mack and Mabel” at the Aldwych Theatre. Young Elvis in the original West End production of Alan Bleasdale’s award winning “Are you Lonesome Tonight?” Marius and Jean Valjean in “Les Misérables” at the Palace Theatre, Vernon Gersh in “They’re Playing our Song” at the Olympia Theatre Dublin, Kangaroo in “Just So” at the Watermill Theatre Newbury, and “Poetry in Motion” at the Richmond Theatre. Raoul and The Phantom in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” at Her Majesty’s Theatre London. Che in “Evita” on the Isle of Man and played Greg Reed in a workshop production of a new musical “Club Tropicana” for Adam Kenwright.

Television: “Sink or Swim” (BBC), “Ragtime” (CH4), “321” (Yorkshire) Kenny Everett, Royal Command Performance 85/87/91, “Guiness Hall of Fame”, “Chris Stewart Show”, “Wednesday At Eight” (Thames) “Marti Caine” (ITV) “Standard”, “Olivier”, B.A.F.T.A. Awards, “Thats Show Business”, “The Music Game”, “The Great Event”, “The Heat Is On”, “Whats My Line”, “Night Of A Hundred Stars” (ITV), “Open House” (CH5), “The Lyrics Game” (BBC Wales) TV in Spain, Germany, Czechoslovakia and Holland.

“Aspects of Andrew Lloyd Webber” at the Symphony Hall Birmingham; Che in “Evita” at Chelmsford Open Air Gala; “West End the Concert” in Finland, Sweden, Denmark; Judas in “Jesus Christ Superstar” in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Gran Canaria; The Phantom in a Paris Opera House gala; “Stars of the Musicals” in Kuala Lumpur.

New Queen musical gala “Another Kind of Magic”, “Thank You for the Music” (Abba), “20 Oscar Winners” (RSNO) and “It’s a Man’s World” with Carl Davis and the Halle Orchestra in Manchester and Bryn Terfel’s “Faenol Festival” in north Wales televised by BBC Wales. “Friday Night is Music Night” (Several appearances)

Recording: Original cast albums of “Miss Saigon” - and the single “Last Night Of The World”- “Are you Lonesome Tonight?”, “Blondel”, “Poetry in Motion”, “Under Milk Wood”, “The Temptation of Saint Anthony”, “Celebrating Lloyd Webber” (BBC Symphony Orchestra), “Beauty and the Beast on Ice” (Gaston), “West End the Concert”, “Stars of the Musical’s”, “The Musicality of Lloyd Webber”, “West End the new Generation”, “The Best of the West End”, “The Greatest Song’s from the Musical’s”, “The Very Best of Broadway”.


Meredith Braun

Since 1989 she has been a leading lady in the West End originating, playing and recording roles such as Eponine in “Les Misérables”, Betty Schaeffer in “Sunset Boulevard” (Original cast), Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera”, Lily in the RSC’s “The Secret Garden” (Original Cast), Irina in “Killing Rasputin” and Jude in “Cordelia” a one woman play at the National Studio.


Martin Callaghan

Theatre: Beadle in “Sweeny Todd”, at the Derby Playhouse, Amos in “Chicago” National Tour “Turkey in Honk” at the Royal National Theatre (Dir.Julia McKenzie), Nicely-Nicely Johnson in “Guys and Dolls” at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, Typesetter in “Personals” at The Apollo, “Black Goes With Everything”, Churchill, Theatre, Bromley, John in “When Pigs fly” at The Arts Theatre, “Dear Father Christmas” at The Riverside Hammersnith, King Herod in “Jesus Christ Superstar” at The Lyceum Theatre London, Oliver Webb in “On the 20th Century” at The Bridewell, Pumblechook in “Great Expectations” national tour, Issacher/Baker in “Joseph” national tour, Marcel in “Aspects of Love” national tour, Jamie in “My fair Lady” national tour, “Chess” national tour.

Television and Video: Mike Perry in “Concrete Chariots” for Red Roar/Granada, Counter Tenor in “Carmina Burana” for Granada, Asher in “Joseph” Video R.U.G/Jacob & Sons.

Opera/Concerts/Recordings: “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” – Songs recorded for the West End Show, City Concerts – “The Best of the West End and Broadway”, Carmina Burana as the Counter Tenor Soloist for the Royal Northern College of Music & others. Pebble Mill with the Great Expectations Company, “The Kool Kube” for BSKYB (with his band The Bosnians) Annas on the new 1997 25th Anniversary recording of “Jesus Christ Superstar” “The Manchester Rap”, with his band The Bosnians which reached No.50 in the UK Top 50.


Carmen Cusack

Theatre: Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera”, Manchester and Edinburgh, Fantine in the “Les Misérables”, Palace Theatre London, Shanghai, Taiwan and the Point Theatre, Dublin with Colm Wilkinson. “Personals” a four hander by the writers of “Friends” at the Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, title role in “Laura” at The Palace Theatre, Westcliffe and Rose in the RSC production of “The Secret Garden”, “On the Town”, “Oklahoma!”, “Kiss Me Kate”, “Me and My Girl”, Mimi in “Can-Can”, Marian in “The Music Man”.

Concerts: Queen Elizabeth II performing alongside such names as Neil Sedaka and Tony Bennett.

Opera: “Carmen” at Jone’s Hall Opera House, Houston, Texas, Clorinda in “Cinderella”, Melisande in “Peleas et Milisande” and Adele in Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus”.


Scott Davies

Scott was born and educated in Glasgow and trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Scott has just finished playing the part of Remondado with English National Opera’s new production of Carmen. In addition to this Scott has played the part of Borsa in Rigoletto, the Painter in Berg’s LuLu, Don Riccardo and on occasions the title role of Ernani in Verdi’s Ernani all with English National Opera.

Prior to this Scott played the title role of the Phantom in the West End Production of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, and has also played the title role of the Phantom on the U.K Tour.

Scott has worked with the Royal National Theatrein the world premiere of Halisinia where he played the part of the father.

Other musicals include the U.K. tour of Cats, playing the parts of Gus, Bustopher Jones and Growltiger, Mr. Snow in Carousel, and Kayama Yesaemon in Pacific Overtures both at the Leicester Haymarket.   International Tour of Chess Oslo, and Brigadoon at the Victoria Palace playing the part of Sandy.

Scott is a regular with Radio 2’s Friday Night is Music Night and has been privileged to sing with some of the world’s leading orchestras including CBSO, RSNO, the Halle orchestra, The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, The Swedish Chamber Orchestra and also the BBC Concert Orchestra.  

Scott has also performed with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in an all Scottish production of Sondheim’s Follies, playing the part of Benjamin Stone.

Television appearances include Taggart, Take the High Road, both for S.T.V.  Unreported Incident, Call me mister and Crimewatch UK all for the BBC. RTE – Open House, Echo Island, The Kenny Live Show, Dustin.


Jo Gibb

Jo is from Bo'ness in Scotland. She trained at the Dance School of Scotland and Laine Theatre Arts.

She has had a bit of time off recently to have her gorgeous little girl, Josie. This is her favourite production to date!

Prior to becoming a Mum, Jo played Belle in the National tour of Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.

Her last west end engagement was flying round the London Palladium as Truly Scrumptious in CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. She had two wonderful leading men - Brian Conley and then Jason Donovan.

Other West End credits include : Hell let Loose and Rosalind in BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED (Lyric Theatre) also understudying and playing the lead role of Zelda Fitzgerald. Jessie Matthews in OVER MY SHOULDER (Wyndhams Theatre), Liz in CHICAGO (Adelphi Theatre) also playing Roxie on numerous occasions, Pearl in the final cast of STARLIGHT EXPRESS (Apollo Victoria),  Dance Captain on Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Dominion Theatre), Barelli Sister in THE RAT PACK- LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS (Strand Theatre) and Rumpleteazer in CATS (New London Theatre) also understudying and playing Demeter and Jemima.

Regional work includes : Ruby/Linda in Ray Cooney's TIME'S UP (Yvonne Arnaud), Columbia in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (National Tour), Jessie Matthews in OVER MY SHOULDER (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford and Theatre Royal, Windsor), Hell Let Loose/ Rosalind in BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED (Yvonne Arnaud) and Gloria in the workshop of CLUB TROPICANA (Menier Chocolate Factory).

Jo can be seen as Rumpleteazer in CATS - THE MOVIE (Really Useful Films) and also appears in the DVD recording of BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED.



Lydia Griffiths

Theatre credits include: Gerda, The Snow Queen – Manchester Opera House, principal performer in 1000 VOICES – Royal Albert Hall, OPENING, MILLENNIUM CENTRE CARDIFF, Cosette - LES MISERABLES, Palace and Queens Theatre, MUSIC OF TIM RICE - Henley Festival, SUNDAY SUMMER - Spa Theatre Scarborough, Cosette/Eponine - LES MISERABLES, Palace Theatre, NAPOLEON - Shaftesbury Theatre, Sally Bowles - CABARET, Chester Gateway, Cinderella - CINDERELLA, Spa Theatre, Leamington Spa, CHRISTMAS GALA - Newcastle Theatre Royal, ROYAL VARIETY SHOW - Victoria Palace, GREAT EXPECTATIONS - Theatre Clwyd, 1992, CHRISTMAS CAROL - Theatre Clwyd. Television credits include: Les Miserable - THE CHRISTMAS SHOW, LWT, Cosette (Les Mis) - CHILDREN IN NEED, RAISED VOICES - HTV, THE ROYAL VARIETY SHOW, LWT/ITV. Other credits: FRIDAY NIGHT IS MUSIC NIGHT, BBC Radio 2, plus many other BBC and Independent radio appearances.


Dianne Pilkington

Dianne's west end credits include 'Eponine' in "Les Misérables," The Beautiful Game, 'Kim' in "Taboo," 'Mary' in "Tonight's the Night," and most recently 'Belinda' in "The Far Pavilions" all in London's West End. She also played the role of 'Belle' in the national tour of Disney's Beauty and The Beast. She is currently about to star as 'Grizabella' in the European tour of "Cats" a role originally made famous by Elaine Paige. Dianne has performed alongside Boy George at the Albert Hall and with the great 'Rock Legend' Rod Stewart at the Olympic Torch concert. She is currently starring as 'Glinda' in the West End Production of Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.


Anthony Stuart Lloyd

Theatre: Jacob in the West End production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", Javert "Les Misérables" (Light and Shade Production Workshop), "The Sound of Richard Rodgers", "An Evening with Mike Sterling" with West End stars Mike Sterling and Meredith Braun. "Magic of the Musicals" (Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen), Timur "Turandot", Basilio "The Barber of Seville", Commendatore "Don Giovanni", Bonze "Madam Butterfly" (Welsh National Opera), Brander "La Damnation de Faust" (London Symphony Orchestra), Mercure/Chef Greque "The Trojans" (Toulouse Capitole Opera), King Of Clubs "The Love for Three Oranges", Leporello "Don Giovanni", Méphistophélès "Faust", Selim "Il Turco in Italia" (Freiburg Opera), first ever vocalist for "HM Sultan of Oman's 30th Jubilee Royal Command Performance" with The Royal Oman Symphony Orchestra (Bait al-Barakah Palace Theatre and Oman Auditorium), "Mum's The Word" (Swansea Grand/Rice/Arran).

T.V. and Film: "The Today Show" (to over 30 million viewers on NBC/New York), Black Bob "The Little Sweep" (S4C / Channel 4 Wales), title role "Saint David" (S4C), High Priest of Baal "Nabucco" (BBC Network), "A Song of Celebration" with international stars Iris Williams and Peter Karrie (BBC), "A Night To Remember" (S4C), Art Talks (ITV1 Wales) The Margaret Williams Show (S4C), Noson Lawen (S4C), Beti & The Orchestra (BBC), Cerdd Y Cymry (S4C), Môr O Gân (S4C) and King of Clubs "The Love for Three Oranges" (Südwestfunk). Anthony's voice is heard as Sparafucile "Rigoletto" (Operavox Puppet Animations), in the film soundtrack of "Twin Town" (Figment Films) and as the spoken voice of Jisan "The Warrior" (Medusa Films).

Concerts: the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (for the Welsh Proms), the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the National Chamber Orchestra of Wales and the Westwood Chamber Orchestra.

Cruise Liner Headlining: MV Black Watch and MV Braemar (Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines), MV SAGA Rose & MV SAGA Ruby (SAGA Cruise Lines) and T. S. Queen Mary (Bass Leisure Retail Ltd).

Corporate Events: "Wales@Wafi" at Dubai's Wafi City and The British Ambassadors Residency, Paris (The National Assembly of Wales), "The Wonders of Wales" road-show, New York (The Wales Tourist Board), the "Let Paul Robeson Sing Exhibition" and "The Emerging Vision" in the presence of the late Diana Princess of Wales (Cardiff Bay Development Agency).

Cabaret: The Waldorf-Astoria and The Rockefeller Centre's Rainbow Room (New York), The Drake (Chicago), The Willard (Washington), The Hilton (Toronto) and The Carlton Club (St. James's, London).

Radio and Recordings: "An Enchanted Evening with Anthony Stuart Lloyd" and "Broadway Baritones" (Copytime/Sony Studio RWCMD), "Showtime", "A Tribute To Sondheim" and "The Nicola Heywood Thomas Show" (BBC Radio Wales), "Morriston Orpheus Choir & Friends" (EMI/S4C), "Beti a'i Phobl" (Radio Cymru).

Mark O’Malley

“Notre Dame de Paris” at the Dominion Theatre, “Forbidden Broadway” at the Albery Theatre, Chris in “Miss Saigon” at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Marius and Enjolras in “Les Misérables” at the Palace Theatre and both UK tours. Judas in the 2001 UK tour of “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “Black Goes with Everything” featuring the hit songs of Don Black, title role in “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” at the Oldham Coliseum, the workshop of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Beautiful Game”, workshop of the West End musical “Romeo and Juliet’ at the Old Vic, 10th Anniversary of “Les Misérables” at the Royal Albert Hall, “Manhattan Nights” (UK Tour), “Moments of Magic” (UK Tour). Concert version of “Evita” at the Larnaca Amphitheatre, Cyprus, “Musicals through the Ages” in Moscow and St Petersburg. Finalist in the BBC Radio 2 International Voice of Musical Theatre 2000 and guests for Radio 2 regularly on “Friday Night is Music Night”, recently joining them at the Birmingham Symphony Hall to celebrate their 50th Anniversary. He has just finished performing in “Poe” a new rock musical that was staged and recorded at Abbey Road Studios. He is currently working on his new CD called “If I can Dream” and in between concert engagements frequently guests with the Nick Ross Orchestra singing songs from the Big Band era.


Mike Sterling

Mike Sterling has been an Artiste in Theatre, Television, Concert and recording for the past 23 years. He has starred in major hit musicals in London’s West End, and is known most notably for his interpretation of ‘The Phantom’ in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” (Her Majesty‘s Theatre, London & UK Tour - over 1000 performances ) and ‘Jean Valjean’ in Cameron Mackintosh’s  “Les Misérables” (Palace Theatre, London), which have earned him international acclaim. Thus, to date he has enjoyed an extremely successful career on a global scale. In 2007 Mike starred in a 6 month sell out UK tour as ‘Dexter Haven’ in Cole Porter’s High Society, alongside ‘Wayne Sleep.’  

Mike has starred in many Concerts and UK tours, Including: Les Misérables 10th Anniversary concert at The Royal Albert Hall, London, Cardiff Castle and Hylands Park, Chelmsford. West End Nights, Mike Sterling in Concert, Music from 30’s to 90’s, Mike’s 20th Anniversary Concert tour 2004, Opera from the Heart, Songs from the heart, The Music of Michel Legrand, Stage and Screen Spectacular concert at Stirling Castle, The Music of the Night, Night of the Great Musicals at Route of Kings - Hyde Park, Harrogate International Centre, Chelmsford Hylands Park, Colchester, Maidstone Proms, Leeds, Cardiff Castle, Dulwich Park, accompanied by orchestras such as the Royal Philharmonic, National Symphony orchestra, National Chamber orchestra of Wales, The British Philharmonic and The Sussex Philharmonic.

He studied singing with Welsh Operatic Tenor Allun Davies from the beginning of his career right up to present and acting with the late David Kelsey (Guildford School of Arts). As well as his own series for Border TV, Mike has made many TV appearances for ITV, BBC, CH4, S4C and countless BBC and Independent regional and national radio broadcasts. He has also appeared on several televised Royal Galas in his own right, at The Royal Albert Hall and The London Palladium for LWT and Thames in the presence of HRH The Prince of Wales. There he starred alongside great artistes such as; Eric Clapton, Shirley Bassey, Michael Flattley, Steven Fry, Richard Wilson and Barry Manilow.

His TV acting credits include: Allo, Allo, The Chief, Surgical Spirit. Recording credits: Les Misérables Manchester cast (Marius), Les Misérables 10th Anniversary (Legles), Various other ‘Musicals’ compilation albums.

One of Mike’s major milestones was to star as Russell Paxton in Gershwin and Weill’s Lady in the dark for the first ever fully produced musical in China, at The Century Theatre, Beijing. The show featured a multi international cast of 150, a dazzling set, plus an orchestra of 120 consisting some of the finest Chinese musicians. Consequently in 2008 he was invited back to Beijing to play Fagin in Lionel Bart’s Oliver. He also starred in and co-created a brand new show entitled ’The Three Phantoms’ which was presented at the prestigious Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff in celebration of the 20th Year of Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera, with a 28 piece orchestra. For the last few years, Mike has been concentrating on major concert appearances, most notably his show entitled ‘Stars of the West End’ which has been presented at many major outdoor events and venues across the UK and Europe. The show features a line-up of principal West End Stars and an orchestra of musicians whom have starred and played in some of the biggest hit musicals of our time in London’s West End. In 2008 Mike was asked to appear with Michael Ball in concert, where he appeared in the famous Hampton Court Palace.


Nicky Adams

Theatre: Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera” (London and Edinburgh), Ellen in “Miss Saigon”, Pascal in The Red Balloon (National Theatre), Cossette in “Les Misérables”, Rizzo in “Grease”.

Televison: “Eastenders”, “Doctors” and “London’s Burning”.