Training: Jade began her training at The Liz Burville Performing Arts Centre and completed her training at Bird College where she graduated in 2011. Credits whilst training at Bird College include Ariel in Footloose.
Theatre includes: 42nd Street directed by Paul Kerryson and choreographed by Andrew Wright (Curve, Leicester) and Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Jade has worked with choreographers such as David Leighton, Paul Roberts, Brian Freidman and Sisco Gomez.
Music videos include: James Morrison's 'Slave to the Music' and Hot Chip's 'Night and Day'. Television includes: performing as a Dancer on The X Factor Live Shows 2010 whilst training at Bird College. Jade recently performed at The Brit Awards. Other work includes: Nokia Lumia mobile phone advert, modelling for We Dance campaign for Nintendo Wii and The Brit Awards (O2 Arena, 2012).
Training: Bird College, graduating in July 2012.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Broadway Then and Now (Orchard, Dartford), Chess (Studio House Theatre) and Sleeping Beauty (Royal Spa Centre).
Television includes: Channel 5 Big Brother advert.
Training: Arts Educational Schools London, gaining a BA (Hons) in musical theatre.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), A Tribute to Glee (Dubai), We Will Rock You (UK and European tour), Never Forget (UK tour), MAMMA MIA! (international tour), P&O world cruise, Dancer for Lisa Scott-Lee (UK tour and China), Aladdin (Malvern) and several seasons at the Hexagon, Reading.
Television includes: commercials for Premier Inn, Burger King, Vodafone, TGI Fridays, SKY 3D and the Mars Football World Cup.
Training: Arts Educational Schools. Credits whilst training: Carmen Ghia in The Producers and Billy Van Cleeve in Sweet Smell of Success (European premiere).
Theatre includes: his professional debut in Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Training: Originally from Somerset, Matthew began his professional training at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance before undertaking a further degree at the London Studio Centre, where he recently graduated with honours.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Aida (Royal Albert Hall), A Chorus Line (Tel Aviv), Chess (Aberystwyth Arts Centre), Sleeping Beauty (Richmond), High School Rocks (UK tour), Into the Spotlight (Royal Albert Hall), Footloose (LSC/Greenwich), Rent (LSC/Pleasance), A Bald Prima Donna (LSC Studios) and The American Dream (LSC Studios).
Other work includes: Matthew can also been spotted in the T-Mobile Life's for Sharing television commercial.
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Training: BRIT School and Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Cinderella (Birmingham/Qdos), Wicked (Oberhausen), Aladdin (Southampton), Rock Around the Clock (UK tour), Singin' in the Rain (Catford Broadway Studio) and Peter Pan (Canterbury).
Andrew would like to dedicate his performance to the loving memory of his mum and dad.
Training: Segun trained at the Urdang Academy and graduated in July 2012 with a national diploma in musical theatre.
Performances include: Beginning as a young hip hop Dancer, his first major credit was at 15 on a UK arena tour with Dance troupe Urban Strides. During his 3rd year of training, he toured with the West End show Dancing in the Streets as one of The Temptations and 1st cover Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson.
Segun is delighted to be making his West End debut with the cast of Loserville.
Training: Freya has just graduated from the London Studio Centre with first class BA (Hons) in theatre Dance. Upon graduation she was awarded the Gillian Lynne award for outstanding achievement in jazz Dance. Credits whilst training include: Dancer/singer in the Jazz Dance Company (UK tour), Sum of Parts (Sadler's Wells) and Dance Overture (New Wimbledon).
Freya is delighted to be making her West End and professional debut in Loserville and would like to thank her family and friends for their endless support.
Training: Nathan has just graduated from Bird College. Whilst training he appeared on X Factor, The Brit Awards and The Royal Variety Performance.
Nathan is delighted to be making his West End debut in Loserville and would like to thank his family and friends for their endless support.
Training: Arts Educational London (1st class BA Hons).
Theatre includes: Elaine in Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Francine in Jersey Boys (Prince Edward), Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street (Chichester Festival Theatre), A Showgirl Within (Garrick), Sharpay Evans in High School Musical 2 (UK and Ireland tour) and Maid Marian in Robin Hood, the title role in Cinderella, Princess Jill in Jack and the Beanstalk and Wendy in Peter Pan (Qdos Entertainment).
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Training: Dan trained at The Allesley School of Dance before attending Laine Theatre Arts, from where he has just graduated. Credits whilst training include: Prince Charming in Cinderella (Theatre Royal, Plymouth) and dancing for Brian May and Kerry Ellis in their Anthems concert (Royal Albert Hall).
A big thank you to his mum and dad for all their support.
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Dandini in Cinderella (Hull New), Fret (The Yard, NT Studio), Pornstar in Naked Boys Singing (Arts and King's Head), Dandini in Cinderella (Hawthorne), Nunsense A-Men! (Arts), A Little Bit of Sondheim (Jermyn Street) and Simon Chachava in The Caucasian Chalk Circle (The Space).
Other work includes: featuring in commercials for Meteor and Xbox. Duncan is currently the face of Toshiba in the USA.
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Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Whistle Down the Wind (UK tour), Michael in Billy Elliot (original cast, Victoria Palace) and A Chorus Line (Lowry).
Film includes: Ashley rubbed shoulders with Hollywood stars Michelle Pfeiffer and Saoirse Ronan in I Could Never Be Your Woman, in which he played Zak. Shorts: Hello Spaceboy, Exposed and Paradise Waiting. The feature film Gingerclown 3D is set for release in summer 2013.
Television includes: Waterloo Road, The Royal, Doctors, Half Moon Investigations and commercial campaigns for Kinder eggs (with pop comeback act Steps), Vanish and Gamestation.
Other work includes: the voice of Rudy for the upcoming animation High 5, and he voiced Danny Boyle's film Millions. Ashley has choreographed corporate events and production shows in the UK and Europe, as well as offering his expertise as a guest mentor on CITV's Dance Factory.
Training: Born and raised in South Yorkshire, Megan trained at the Gillian Banks Theatre School before studying full time at Laine Theatre Arts, London. Credits whilst training: Blood Brothers (Epsom Studio), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Orchard, Dartford), The Spirit of Life (Epsom Playhouse), Aladdin (Nottingham Playhouse) and Ahead of the Game (Epsom Playhouse). Also, showcases at the Royal Albert Hall, Sadler's Wells and Her Majesty's.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Television includes: commercials for the Manchester Trafford Centre, Marks and Spencer and the Variety Club ball (Dorchester Hotel, Grosvenor House Hotel).
Other work includes: performed at the 2012 FA Cup Final and modelled for the Sony and BMG record labels, and for Gigi yoga and leisurewear.
Training: The BRIT School and Bird College, gaining a 1st class BA (Hons) in Dance and Theatre Performance.
Theatre includes: The Fix (Union), Aladdin (Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury), The Prodigals (Edinburgh Festival), Blink Again (ATS Theatre) and Beauty and the Beast (The Courtyard, Hereford).
Other credits include: Tap Your Troubles Away, BBC Proms (Royal Albert Hall), Hotel Inspector commercial, Nero, 'Promises' music video and the opening of the 2012 Olympic Aquatic Centre.
Heather is a presenter for various corporate companies, and is the resident presenter for 360 Globalnet - a worldwide data systems and technology company.
Heather is delighted to be making her West End debut in Loserville and would like to thank her family and close friends for their constant support.
Training: Shane recently graduated from Laine Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes: Cinderella (Theatre Royal, Plymouth), Snow White (Hawth, Crawley), A Centennial Celebration (Wimbledon Theatre and Irish national tour with Cork City Ballet).
Film and television include: King Arthur, The Front Line, The Clinic and Marks and Spencer Christmas advert.
Other work includes: Beach Volleyball Dance Squad and 2012 London Olympics.
Shane is delighted to be making his West End debut in Loserville and would like to thank his family for their continuous support.
Sarah performed at Kelly Rowland's home after reaching the judges' houses stage on X Factor in 2011.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Other work includes: at college, Footloose, High School Musical, A Chorus Line, Fame and Boogie Nights. She has worked semi-professionally as a Dancer in
Training: Witney completed a musical theatre foundation degree at Newcastle College and was awarded the Judi Dench scholarship to secure a place on Mountview Academy's postgraduate musical theatre course, where she received the Musicians' Benevolent Fund Award. Credits while training: Adela in The House of Bernarda Alba, Sukie Ridgemont in The Witches of Eastwick and Eve Douglas in Her Naked Skin.
Theatre includes: her professional debut in Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Other work includes: La Bohème (Buxton Opera House) and touring the UK and Europe with Faith Gospel Choir.
Manchester-born Olly was classically trained from an early age and was lucky enough to attend Chetham's School of Music for seven years. At 18, he moved to London to study at the Royal Academy of Music. Since graduating in 2008, he has worked as a freelance musician around the UK and Europe. He has been fortunate enough to work with the Halle, Philharmonia and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras, in London's West End in shows such as Jersey Boys, MAMMA MIA! and The Wizard of Oz as well as some other touring productions, and with artists such as Katherine Jenkins and 1980s pop/alternative star of Breaking Glass, Hazel O'Connor. He also works as a musical arranger for many groups and ensembles and as a musical director for a number of pop artists. Olly has recently been playing on Elliot Davis's other show Soho Cinders (Soho Theatre).
Olly is proud to use EBS amplification and pedals and is delighted that his guitars are provided by Musicman Guitars.
Daniel is from the small town of Widnes. He began playing drums at 14, playing for eight bands at any one time. He joined James Bourne's Son of Dork in 2005.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Ollie started playing guitar aged ten, borrowing his dad's acoustic to play along with his dad's music (mostly The Eagles). At 16 he discovered punk and metal and set about learning every awesome riff ever written. Ollie studied music at Southampton University where he met Andy (Guitar 1), and they have played in bands together ever since. Incidentally, they tried to form a Busted tribute band called Wasted (it should have been great). Ollie now lives in London and plays in function bands, recording sessions and teaches guitar.
Andy first picked up the guitar aged nine. He studied classical guitar for three years before moving on to learn electric, which he was inspired and influenced to play by the likes of Gary Moore and Jeff Beck.
Graduating from the University of Southampton with a BA (Hons) in music, it is there he met Ollie (Guitar 2). The pair have played professionally together in various projects for the last six years.
Recently, Andy has gained a reputation as the only guitarist in the UK to feature as a live guitarist in nightclubs all over the country. This sees him play and improvise alongside a DJ over commercial Dance and chart music.
Theatre includes: Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse).