Daisy is most known for her regular role, Kim Butterfield In Channel 4’s Hollyoaks (2014-2018). Other TV credits include: Tansy Meadow in Eastenders and semi-regular Phoebe Crowhurst in Holby City.
Theatre credits include: Laura in Dreamboats & Petticoats (U.K. Tour, Savoy & Playhouse Theatre, West End), Janet in The Rocky Horror Show (European tour) & most recently, Sheila in Hair (U.K. Tour).
Daisy would like to dedicate her performance to her Nana, June Wood who inspired her love of singing from a young age by playing her an artist she adored; Carole King.
Adam Gillian trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.
TV includes: BBC’s Counsel and Pan Tau.
Theatre includes: Hadestown at the National Theatre.
Other performances include RYCA:REFRESH at the Underbelly Festival.
Adam thanks the Andrew Lloyd-Webber Foundation for their support.
Training: Doreen Bird
Theatre includes: Dawn in the Original London Company of Waitress (West End); Janey in Eugenius! (The Other Palace); Story Sandra in Big Fish (The Other Palace); Sam in The Little Beasts (The Other Palace); Wendy in Peter Pan (The Gordon Craig Theatre); Teen Fiona/Red Riding Hood in Shrek (UK Tour); Veronica/Ensemble in Betty Blue Eyes (UK Tour); Alice in Alice in Wonderland (The Lichfield Garrick)
Workshops include: Reanimator – A Zombie Musical, Club Tropicana and Dusty
Cameron trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, graduating with a BA (Hons) in Performance (Musical Theatre) in 2013.
Theatre credits include: Tony in West Side Story (Estonian National Opera); Theo in School of Rock (Gillian Lynne, West End Original Cast); Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Vittorio Vidal in Sweet Charity (Grange Park Opera); Alternate Drew in Rock of Ages (Garrick Theatre, West End); various roles in Avenue Q (UK National Tour); Roger in Rent (Birmingham); Stephen in Ushers: The Front of House Musical (Arts Theatre, Leicester Square); Franz in Rock of Ages (UK National Tour).
Theatre credits include: Angie in The Wedding Singer (UK Tour / Korea); Frau Schmidt in The Sound of Music (Qatar Convention Centre); Lady Battersby in Me and My Girl (Kilworth House Theatre, Leicestershire); Corrine in Girls Night In (UK Tour); Sister Margaretta in The Sound of Music (Plenary Hall, Kuala Lumpur); Maxine in Stepping Out (Oldham Coliseum Theatre); Cinderella (Playhouse, Weston-super-Mare); Deborah in Mum’s the Word (UK Tour); Soap Star in Menopause the Musical (UK Tour); Cinderella (Derby Assembly Rooms); Vera in Stepping Out (UK Tour); Sister Margaretta in The Sound of Music (London Palladium); Showboat (Royal Albert Hall); The Woman in White (Palace Theatre, London); Romeo and Juliet(Piccadilly Theatre, London); Jennyanydots in Cats (New London Theatre); Napoleon (Shaftesbury Theatre, London); understudy Mrs Potts in Beauty and the Beast (Dominion Theatre, London); Annie (Victoria Palace Theatre, London); Fields of Ambrosia (Aldwych Theatre, London); Copacabana (Prince of Wales Theatre, London); Sam in Viva Espana (Arts Theatre, London); understudy Rosé & Guilietta in Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales Theatre, London); Factory Girl and understudy Fantine in Les Miserables (Palace Theatre, London); Delores in Spin of the Wheel (Comedy Theatre, London); Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (Library Theatre, Manchester & Comedy Theatre, London); Helga in Cabaret (Theatre Royal, Plymouth); and Lily St Regis in Annie (Adelphi Theatre & UK Tour).
Susie has taken part in several workshops including Missing Pieces, Marguerite, Sister Act the Musical and The Baker’s Wife.
Cast album recordings and concerts include: Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert, The Sound of Music, The Woman in White, Aspects of Love, Les Miserables 10th Anniversary Concert, Romeo and Juliet and Fields of Ambrosia.
Television appearances include: Quiet as a Nun, Stage by Stage, The Royal Variety Show and The Making of Britannia High (all for ITV); Pebble Mill and Day of the Triffids (BBC) and Solid Soul (Channel 4).
Oliver Boot trained at RADA and has worked extensively across theatre, film and television.
His theatre credits include: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (National Theatre, UK and International tours), Bedroom Farce (UK Tour), The Three Musketeers (Theatre Royal York), Hay Fever (UK Tour), Jamaica Inn (Salisbury Playhouse) Great Expectations (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Lady From The Sea (Birmingham Rep), The Three Musketeers, Tartuffe (both for The Haymarket), Finding Neverland, Oliver, Piaf (all Leicester Curve) Antony and Cleopatra, In Extremis, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Timon of Athens, King Lear, Richard II (all for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre) and an award winning world tour of Othello (Cheek by Jowl). In 2006 he was asked to perform Henry V for Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at a private dinner party thrown by the American embassy.
For television Oliver has appeared in Endeavour, The Time Of Your Life, One Night, Distant Shores, Great Night Out (ITV), My Family, Two Pints Of Lager and A Packet Of Crisps, Garrow’s Law, Bricks, Hotel Babylon and Holby City (all BBC) and As If (CH4). His film credits include Blooded and Disney’s John Carter.
Vicki trained at the Urdang Academy graduating with a BA Honours Degree in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre in 2014.
Theatre credits include; Alternate in Six (Arts Theatre London), Swing in Bat Out of Hell (Dominion Theatre), u/s Carole King and Genie Klein in Beautiful the Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre), u/s Rasa, Mrs Davies/Marsha, Peggy, Joyce and Gwen in Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter Theatre).
Other professional credits include BBC’s Proms in the Park (Hyde Park) and ITV’s This Morning with the cast of Bat Out Of Hell, Magic at the Musicals with the cast of Sunny Afternoon (The Royal Albert Hall) and a featured dancer for BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Vicki is also Artistic Director for Sharpe Academy of Theatre Arts based in North West London.
Training: London Studio Centre in 2015, after being awarded the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholarship.
Theatre includes: Angel/understudy Lola in Kinky Boots (UK Tour); Bellboy in Me & My Girl (Chichester Festival Theatre); Moe in Guys & Dolls (Manchester Royal Exchange); Wonderland (UK Tour); The Prince (Arts Theatre); Christmas On Ice (Canada); We Will Rock You (Anthem of the Seas); That Man (London Hippodrome); The Wizard of Oz (Haymarket Theatre, Leicester);Macbeth (Haymarket Theatre, Leicester).
Reece studied Musical Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Theatre while training; 42nd St, Company, Cabaret, Anything Goes and Ragtime.
Independent Theatre includes; La Cage Aux Folles, Pacific Overtures and Man of La Mancha. He appeared in the original Australian company of Matilda the Musical (RSC/Louise Withers).
Since arriving in the UK, Reece has been involved in the tour of Sasha Regan’s All Male Iolanthe & the 2018/19 UK Tour of Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show.
Ronald has recently graduated from Arts Ed with a BA Hons in Musical Theatre.
Theatre credits include: Jackie Thibodeaux in Caroline Or Change (Royal National Theatre), African Slave in Frame (Royal National Theatre), Ensemble in A Midsummer Summer Nights Dream (ENO)
Television credits include: Olivier Awards (ITV), Coronation Street (ITV), Disney XD Launch (Disney Channel XD).
Training credits include: Wiesel in Newsies, Featured Ensemble in Once On This Island