Ben Lewis

in the role of

The Phantom

Ben Lewis

in the role of

The Phantom

THEATRE

Recent theatre credits include: Frank Butler in Annie Get Your Gun (Crucible Theatre – Sheffield), Love Me Tender (Original UK Cast), Forbidden Broadway (Menier Chocolate Factory and West End), Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory), and Therese Raquin (Finborough Theatre). Ben played The Phantom in the original Australian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s, Love Never Dies (The Really Useful Company). For his performance Ben received a Helpmann Award nomination and won the Judith Johnson Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical at the 2012 Sydney Theatre Awards.

Other theatre credits include: Carl-Magnus in A Little Night Music (Opera Australia), Sir Galahad in Spamalot (Original Australian cast) directed by Mike Nichols, Urinetown (Sydney Theatre Company), Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical (Original Australian cast), The Odyssey (Malthouse and Black Swan Theatre Company), Side by Side By Sondheim (Theatre Royal, Sydney), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (WildRumpus), The Windows Project (Darlinghurst Theatre), and Metro Street (Production Company).

FILM and TELEVISION

The Phantom in Love Never Dies (Universal Pictures/The Really Useful Company), Doctors (BBC Television), McLeod’s Daughters (Channel 9 Australia).

Ben has also performed as a solo artist at numerous major events including West End Live! (Trafalgar Square – London), Carols By Candlelight (Channel Nine Australia), 2012 Helpmann Awards, and 2007 APEC Summit (Sydney Opera House).

Ben has recorded Original Cast Albums for Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical and Morgan’s Run (ABC Classics/Symphony Australia), worked extensively as a concert artist, and has worked in radio drama for the BBC. Last year Ben returned to Australia to perform as a guest soloist with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House.

A graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Ben is a proud member of Actor’s Equity.

Kelly Mathieson

in the role of

Christine Daaé

Kelly Mathieson

in the role of

Christine Daaé

Kelly grew up in Scotland and first began ballet lessons at the age of two. She then went on to train with the Scottish Ballet company and it was during this time that her voice was discovered. After studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Junior Academy, she moved to London to study at the Royal College of Music. After graduating in 2015 she continued her training in Vienna, Austria.

Roles include : Barbarina , 1st Bridesmaid ‘Le Nozze de Figaro’ (Scottish Opera) , Actress ‘Agrippina’ (Theater an der Wien) , Euridice ‘Orpheus and the underworld’ (AOE) , Pamina ‘Die Zauberflöte’, Frasquita  ‘Carmen’, Susanna ‘Le Nozze de Figaro’ (Puglia Opera Festival)

Kelly is delighted to be joining the Phantom Company and to be making her West End debut in her dream role.

Jeremy Taylor

in the role of

Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny

Jeremy Taylor

in the role of

Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny

Training: Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre includes: Fiyero in Wicked (Apollo) u/s ‘Galileo’ in We Will Rock You (Dominion); Evita (UK Tour); ‘Rolf’ in The Sound of Music (UK Tour); u/s ‘Rolf’ in The Sound of Music (Palladium).

Other appearances: Luke Kempner’s Impression of 2015 (ITV), A League of their Own (Sky1); Oliver Awards 2012 (Royal Opera House); West End Heroes (Dominion).

Amy Manford

in the role of

Christine Daaé at certain performances

Amy Manford

in the role of

Christine Daaé at certain performances

Australian-born soprano, Amy Manford has performed internationally as a soloist with the London Handel, London Cello and the Perth Symphony Orchestra’s. She has sung at iconic venues such as the Seoul Arts Center in South Korea and at Buckingham Palace for the Prince of Wales.

Amy recently graduated with a Masters of Performance in Vocal Performance from The Royal College of Music with a Distinction. Here she sung the title roles of Gontran in Chabrier’s Une éducation manquée with the RCM International Opera School and Clotilde in the London Handel Festivals production of Faramondo.

Amy completed her undergraduate degree at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAPPA) where she was awarded the prestigious Barbara MacLeod Scholarship for Most Outstanding Female Classical Student in 2014. Her major roles at WAPPA include Gretel in Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel and Dido in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas.

Amy is overjoyed to be making her West End debut as Christine Daaé in Phantom of the Opera and would like to thank all her friends and family who have supported her on this journey.

Lara Martins

in the role of

Carlotta Giudicelli

Lara Martins

in the role of

Carlotta Giudicelli

Training: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, BMus, 1st class Honours, and Centre National d’Insertion Professionelle des Artistes Lyriques (Cnipal, Marseille) young artists’ programme.

Theatre includes: Cunegonde in Candide (Teatro Nacional de Sao Carlos, Lisbon).

Opera includes: Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute, Elvira in L’Italiana in Algeri, Elena in Il Capello di Paglia di Firenze and Princess in Puss-in-boots (Portuguese National Opera Theatre), Kristin in Julie (Teatro Comunale di Bolzano, Italy), Fifth Maid in Elektra (Modena, Ferrara, Piacenza and Bolzano Opera Houses, Italy), Alice, the trapeze artist, in Circus Tricks (Tête-a-Tête Opera Festival, London), Die Drei Pintos and Princess Hirvaia in Offenbach’s Dick Whittington and his Cat (Bloomsbury), Flaminia in Il Mondo della Luna (Opera East), Adina in L’Elisir d’amore (Swansea City Opera), Sofia in Il Signor Bruschino (Opéra National de Bordeaux), Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro (Teatro da Trindade, Lisbon), Despina in Cosi fan Tutte (Teatro Rivoli, Oporto) and Madame Siberklang in Der Schauspieldirektor (International Music Festival of Algarve).

Concerts include: Exultate et Jubilate by Mozart (Kremlin, Moscow), Schubert’s Salve Regina (Glazunov Gallery, Moscow), solo song recital (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon), Bachianas Brasileiras no 5 by Villa Lobos (Tibor Varga Festival, Switzerland), Seven Popular Spanish Songs by Manuel de Falla (Orchestre Philharmonique de Marseille) and gala concerts at the Opera de Toulon, Opera de Marseille, Opera d’Avignon and the Floral Hall at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, plus regular solo appearances with the major Portuguese orchestras.

Television and radio include: live broadcasts for RAI (Radio Audizioni Italiane), Antena 2 (Portuguese classical radio) and RTP (Portuguese national television).

Lara has been awarded prizes including the Donizetti Prize at the Jaumme Aragall singing competition, Spain, the English song prize and the Anne Wyburd Award at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, second prize at the Iberian Voices international singing competition, and first prize at the Concurso de Interpretação de Música do Estoril, Portugal.

Siôn Lloyd

in the role of

Monsieur Firmin

Siôn Lloyd

in the role of

Monsieur Firmin

Training: Guildford School of Acting, BA (Hons).

Theatre includes: The Bodyguard (International Tour); The Pajama Game (West End); Avenue Q (West End, original cast); The Full Monty (West End, original cast); Brief Encounter (West End); Miss Atomic Bomb (St James Theatre); The Wind in the Willows (The Royal, Northampton); Titanic (Charing Cross/Southwark Playhouse, European Premier); Beauty and the Beast (Coventry and Eden Court, Inverness); State Fair (Finborough, European Premier); The Marsh King’s Daughter (Byre Theatre, St Andrews); Oliver! (Lincoln Theatre royal and Aberystwyth Arts); The Full Monty (UK tour); The Rink (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); Lags (Old Vic, Bristol/BAC); Spider’s Web (Windsor); Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Bridewell); The Royal Variety Performance (Coliseum) and various pantomimes from Inverness to Eastbourne.

Workshops include: Catch Me If You Can, Urinetown, Miss Atomic Bomb and Helen of Troy.

TV: Casualty (BBC); Outside the Rules (BBC) and The Greatest Store in the World (BBC).

Mark Oxtoby

in the role of

Monsieur Andre

Mark Oxtoby

in the role of

Monsieur Andre

Theatre includes: Jerry in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Firechief in The Phantom of the Opera – 25th Anniversary (Royal Albert Hall), Simeon in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Adelphi Theatre), Lord Bill Astor/Woods in A Model Girl (Greenwich Theatre), Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland (Birmingham Rep), Kite/Priest in Brighton Rock (Almeida Theatre), Player in Oh! What a Lovely War (NT), Mitch Maypole in Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens (Queen’s Theatre), Turnov/Poppa (Alternate) in Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria Theatre), Firechief in Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre), Nana/Bill Jukes in Peter Pan (Savoy Theatre), Lonnie Donegan in Elvis (Prince of Wales Theatre), Caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland (West Yorkshire Playhouse), La Cava (Victoria Palace & Piccadilly Theatre), South Pacific (Sheffield Crucible Theatre), Pirates of Penzance (Savoy Theatre), Roger in Grease (Larnaca Patticion Theatre, Cyprus), Memories of a King (Helsinki) and Timothy in Salad Days (Octagon Theatre, Yeovil).

TV/Film includes: Gigglebiz (CBeebies/BBC), Muppets Most Wanted (Disney), Love in the Supermarkets (BBC), The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary (Universal), Moon Over Princess Street (Peppers Ghost) and Size Matters (Peppers Ghost). Mark has also been nominated for various awards for his script writing and performing in a number of short films: Albert/Mirror/Cleaner/Brian in Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Jesus in Jesus Are You For Real? and Adolf Hitler in Hitler’s Last Letter. All were produced by My Big Fat Bag of Tricks Productions and played at various film festivals.

Commercials/Voice Overs include: Mercedes Benz, AOL, BBC News, Pizza Hut, DFS, Swiss Milk, Channel 4 Teletext, Magic FM, Disney’s Toy Story On Ice, Royal Mail, Air France, Mail On Sunday, Asda, London Transport, Paignton Zoo, Halfords, The Sun, Kew Gardens, This Morning, Muller, National Geographic, Iveco Trucks, DHL and also long running campaigns for Huggies, Tesco, B&Q and Kenco Millicano.

 Cast Recordings: Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens (Original London Cast), La Cava (Original London Cast) and The Phantom of the Opera – 25th Anniversary (Royal Albert Hall).

Awards: Golden Jester Comedy Award (Finalist), Charlie Chaplin Film Festival – Best International Comedy (Nominated), 2 Days Laughter Film Festival – Best Actor (Nominated) and voted ‘One To Watch’ by comedy website Jokepit.com.

Other: Mr Bond in James Bondone Nokia Phone Launch, Doremouse in Alice in Wonderland Tea Partyfor Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (Buckingham Palace). Notable Stand Up comedy performances include: The Comedy Store (London), Leicester Square Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East.

Jacinta Mulcahy

in the role of

Madame Giry

Jacinta Mulcahy

in the role of

Madame Giry

Theatre includes: in the West End, Fiordiligi in Cosi fan Tutte, Doria in Cafe Puccini, Cosette in Les Misérables, Fiona in Brigadoon and Nurse Kelly in Harvey. UK tours: Baroness Elsa in The Sound of Music, Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls and Maria in The Sound of Music. Also, Elaine in Arsenic and Old Lace (Windsor), A Perfect Gentleman and The Authorised Version (King’s Head), Twopence to Cross the Mersey (Liverpool), Sondheim’s There’s Always a Woman (Bridewell), Ettie in Come Back Paddy Reilly (USA tour), Eliza in My Fair Lady (Plymouth), Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Laura in The Glass Menagerie (Everyman), Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance (Cork Opera House), Henrietta in Robert & Elizabeth (Chichester), Oona O’Neil in The Little Tramp (Basingstoke), Ruth in Romantic Comedy (world tour) and Ma Baker in Daddy Cool.

Film includes: Brand New U, Earthquake – Nature Unleashed, Sylvie, Frankenstein – The Real Story, Son of the Pink Panther, The Kaleidoscope Affair, Sputnik Sweetheart and A Dark Reflection (2014).

Television includes: Poirot, Rosemary & Thyme, The Wharf, Cherubino in The Marriage of Figaro, Holby, Up Against It, Casualty, Kings & Queens, Doctors, Murder on the Links, Fiordiligi in Cosi fan Tutte, Swallow, Night Works, Peak Practice, Emmerdale, Victorian Values, The Perfect Marriage, Shades, Sweating Bullets, Tommy Cooper – Not Like That, Like This (2014).

Recordings include: Brigadoon, Robert & Elizabeth, Mrs Henderson’s Party, Molly, A Princess & a Pig, Mr Crippen, Bird of Paradise and An Evening of Rodgers & Hammerstein (RTE Proms).

Paul Ettore Tabone

in the role of

Ubaldo Piangi

Paul Ettore Tabone

in the role of

Ubaldo Piangi

Tenor, Paul Ettore Tabone graduated from the Central Queensland University Conservatorium of Music (Australia) with the honour of being awarded the ‘Most Promising Voice for Music Theatre Award’ in both 2007 & 2009. With a Bachelor of Music Theatre he immediately made his first operatic debut with a solo opera performance in Opera Queensland’s world premiere production of The Dirty Apple.

In 2011/12 Paul joined Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sequel to The Phantom Of The Opera, Love Never Dies, playing the supporting principal role of Squelch. The production was filmed by Universal Studios International and distributed to over 75 countries worldwide.

2013 proved to be a milestone in his career. In February 2013 Paul was accepted as a ‘Young Artist in the prestigious Luciano Pavarotti Foundation of Modena under the guidance of director and wife of the late Maestro, Signora. Nicoletta Mantovani. Paul shared the stage with Placido Domingo and Andrea Bocelli, performing to an audience of over 20,000 at the Arena in Verona, Italy. This sold-out event commemorated 100 years of opera at the Arena, and was a tribute to the late Luciano Pavarotti. The event was broadcast via Rai 1 to over 15 million viewers. This concert led Paul to being invited to perform as a soloist at the house of Luciano Pavarotti in Modena in 2013. He then performed in New York on Broadway at the New York City Centre, Teatro Menotti (Spoletto) and Teatro Duse in Bologna with the Luciano Pavarotti Heritage Concert.

Paul made his professional operatic debut in 2014 as Duca di Mantova in Verdi’s Rigoletto at the Opera Națională Bucureşti under the baton of Cristiano Sandu and directed by Stephen Barlow. In April Paul performed as ‘Tony’ in Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story for the Teatro Carlo Felice (Genova) under the baton of Maestro Wayne Marshall, and also made his debut as B.F Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly at the Teatro dei Giglio (Lucca) in collaboration with the Puccini Foundation of Italy under the direction of Massimo Morella.

Paul was the runner-up at the 2013 International Vocal Competition Rinaldo Pellizoni and won the Public Choice Award at the 2014 Canto Festival at Teatro La Fenice (FM).

2015 proved to be another great year for the young tenor as he returned to the Opera Naţională București for further performances as Duca Di Mantova in Stephen Barlow’s production of Rigoletto. He was then invited to once again play the role of Squelch for the 2015/2016 season of Stage Entertainment’s (Germany), production of Love Never Dies at the Hamburg Stage Operettenhaus.

Paul thanks his family, friends and his agent for their wonderful support.

Georgia Ware

in the role of

Meg Giry

Georgia Ware

in the role of

Meg Giry

Training: Suzanne’s School of Dance, Ickenham, Royal Ballet Lower and Upper School.

Theatre includes: her West End debut at the age of six in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium, 2001-02), Little Cosette in Les Misérables (Palace and Queen’s, 2003-04) and The Nutcracker (Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House, 2005, 2006 and 2011).

Film and television include: featured role in The Bill and voiceover for The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

Other work includes: Homage to The Queen Gala (Buckingham Palace, 2005) and Chloe in The Magic of Ballet fortnightly magazine (2005-07).

Scott Davies

in the role of

Standby Phantom

Scott Davies

in the role of

Standby Phantom

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

Opera and concerts include: recently, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber with the SPO (UK tour), Remondado in Carmen (English National Opera), and The Painter in Lulu, Borsa in Rigoletto, Don Riccardo and, on occasions, the title role of Ernani in Verdi’s Ernani (English National Opera).

Theatre includes: the title role in The Phantom of the Opera (West End and UK tour) and The Father in Halisinia (world premiere, NT). Other musicals include: Gus, Bustopher Jones and Growltiger in Cats (UK tour), Mr Snow in Carousel and Kayama Yesaemon in Pacific Overtures (Leicester Haymarket), Chess (international tour, Oslo) and Sandy in Brigadoon (Victoria Palace).

Television includes: Taggart, Take the High Road, The Laurence Olivier Awards, Unreported Incident, Call Me Mister, Crimewatch UK, Open House, Echo Island, The Kenny Live Show and Dustin.

Other work includes: Scott is a regular with Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night and has sung with some of Europe’s leading orchestras, including the CBSO, RSNO, Hallé, Gothenburg Symphony, Swedish Chamber Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra and RTE Concert Orchestra, with whom he recently played Pilate in the concert version of Jesus Christ Superstar. He has performed with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra as Benjamin Stone in an all-Scottish production of Sondheim’s Follies. Scott has also had the pleasure of singing for The Queen and for the Three Tenors (Pavarotti, Domingo and Carreras).

Matt Bateman

in the role of

Jeweller (Il Muto)

Matt Bateman

in the role of

Jeweller (Il Muto)

Training – The Royal Academy of Music

Credits while training – Fredrik Egerman in A Little Night Music, Bernie Buchsbaum in Little Me, Stan in Don Juan in Soho and Featured Vocalist for Friday Night is Music Night

Other credits – Backing Vocalist for Festival of Remembrance (The Royal Albert Hall), Surly in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Birmingham Hippodrome & Bradford Alhambra), Hefty Hugh in What the Ladybird Heard (National Tour), Charles Dickens in Dickens Abridged (National tour) and Billy/Eugene Fodor in Crazy for You (The Watermill Theatre)

TV – Backing vocals for Maria Friedman on The Alan Titchmarsh Show

Matt is absolutely delighted to be making his West End debut in The Phantom of the Opera

Bridget Costello

in the role of

Princess (Hannibal)

Bridget Costello

in the role of

Princess (Hannibal)

New Zealand-born Bridget Costello is a trained singer/actress/dancer who graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with a Postgraduate Diploma in Musical Theatre last year. Since graduating she has played the title role in ‘Princess Ida’ at the Finborough Theatre and performed as a singer at Thursford Christmas Spectacular in Norfolk. While at the Academy, Bridget played the roles of Amy March in ‘Little Women’ and Ivy in ‘On the Town’.

Before moving to London she studied at the New Zealand School of Music completing a Bachelor of Music and Postgraduate Diploma in Classical Performance Voice, and performed the role of Tytania in Britten’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. She has worked as a member of the NZ Opera Chorus in ‘The Bartered Bride’ and ‘Madame Butterfly’.

Jade Davies

in the role of

Swing

Jade Davies

in the role of

Swing

Jade graduated from The Urdang Academy in 2013 and made her professional debut in Les Miserables covering the role of Cosette (Queens Theatre).

Other credits include Sister Mary Robert in Sister Act (Gordon Craig Theatre), Ensemble in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour).

Jade is delighted to join the company of Phantom of the Opera and would like to thank her family and friends for all their support.

Hadrian Delacey

in the role of

Joseph Buquet

Hadrian Delacey

in the role of

Joseph Buquet

Training: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Theatre includes: creating the role of Mr Beebe in A Room with a View (Snap Theatre Company tour), his West End debut as Policeman, understudy Gerald and Parchester in Me and My Girl, Marine and Captain Shultz in Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Brujon, understudied and played Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, understudied Peron, playing opposite Marti Webb in Evita (UK tour), ensemble, understudy King Herod and Annas in Gale Edwards’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar (West End), Charlie the Fisherman, understudy Straight Arrow and General Bellows in Dr Dolittle (Labatt’s Apollo), Annas in Jesus Christ Superstar (international tour), King Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar (UK tour) and Romeo and Juliet (Piccadilly). Hadrian created the role of Marvin in the multi award-winning Jerry Springer – The Opera (NT, Cambridge Theatre) and as part of the ensemble he won the 2004 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical. He then took over the role of Warmup Man/Satan, opening the show with David Soul as Jerry. Also, Mr Marks, understudy Max Bialystock, Roger De Bris and Franz Liebkind in The Producers (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and UK tour), Knife Grinder and Mr Brownlow in Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Oliver! starring Rowan Atkinson (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Major Shelley in The Secret Garden (Toronto), Inspector Collins in Phil Wilmott’s production of Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’Be (Union) and Oliver! (UK tour, Cameron Mackintosh).

Film includes: Les Misérables with Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe, directed by Tom Hooper.

Morven Douglas

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Morven Douglas

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Morven was born in Ayrshire, Scotland and began her training at age 11 at the Dance School of Scotland in Glasgow. At 16 she joined the Central School of Ballet where she trained for a further 3 years. Taking part in the Ballet Central touring company in her third year, where she performed in pieces by Christopher Gable, Sara Matthews and Richard Bermange.

Upon graduating this year with a BA Hons Degree in Professional Dance and Performance Morven is thrilled to be making her debut in the West End and to be joining the cast of The Phantom of the Opera.

Lori Gilchrist

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Lori Gilchrist

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Lori is from West Yorkshire and trained at the Pamela Gibson School Of Dance. She was also a Royal Ballet senior associate and a York scholar. At 16 Lori moved to Manchester to continue her training at the Northern Ballet School and graduated in 2004.

Upon graduating Lori joined Northern Ballet under the directorship of David Nixon in Leeds and danced there for 10 years. Whilst at Northern Ballet Lori danced many roles in David Nixon’s Ballets including: Sugar Plum Fairy in Nutcracker, Isabella in Wuthering Heights, Cleopatra in Cleopatra, Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Myrtle in Great Gatsby. She also performed in A Simple Man choreographed by Gillian Lynne, Belle and The Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol by Massimo Moricone, Concertante by Hans van Manen, Perpetuum Mobile by Christopher Hampson, La Traviata by Veronica Paeper and Angels in the Architecture by Mark Godden.

In 2014 Lori Moved to New Zealand and joined The Royal New Zealand Ballet under the directorship of both Ethan Stiefel and Francesco Ventriglia. There she performed Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream choreographed by Liam Scarlett, Giselle by Ethan Stiefel and Johan Kobborg, Allegro Briliante by George Balanchine, Selon Desir by Andonis Foniadakis, Salute by Johan Kobborg, Queen of the Driads in Don Quixote by Adrian Burnett.

Lori is looking forward to Making her West End Debut In The Phantom of the Opera.

Hannah Grace

in the role of

Confidante (Il Muto)

Hannah Grace

in the role of

Confidante (Il Muto)

Trained: The Arts Educational Schools, London, graduating with a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. She was awarded the Kath Topping Award for Vocal Studies.

Theatre Credits include: Fannie/Cover Mrs Banks, Miss Andrew, Mrs Corry in Mary Poppins (UK and International Tour); Ellen/Cover Gertie in Oklahoma! (Music & Lyrics UK tour); Sister Berthe/Cover Elsa Schraeder/Dance Captain in The Sound of Music (Leicester Curve); Swing/Cover Jessie & Nellie in Annie Get Your Gun (ATG UK Tour); Lady Edith in Lost Boy (Finborough & Charing Cross Theatres); Love Beyond (SSE Arena, Wembley & The Brighton Centre); Maid/Ensemble in My Fair Lady (Kilworth House Theatre); Swing/Cover Madame Giry in the 25th Anniversary Tour of The Phantom of the Opera; Edith in Pirates of Penzance (Kilworth House Theatre); London Philharmonic Choir member in Dr Who Prom (Royal Albert Hall); Ensemble in UK Production’s Aladdin (Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells); Choir member for Christmas in New York (Lyric, London).

Recordings include: Bluebird (Concept Cast Recording).

Hannah would like to thank God, her family and friends for their continued support.

Philip Griffiths

in the role of

Monsieur Reyer/Auctioneer

Philip Griffiths

in the role of

Monsieur Reyer/Auctioneer

In 2010 Philip celebrated 30 consecutive years performing in the West End.

Training: Royal Manchester College of Music.

Theatre includes: in ten years at the Prince Edward Theatre, Evita directed by Hal Prince, Chess directed by Trevor Nunn and Anything Goes directed by Jerry Zaks. This year Philip celebrates 20 years in The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s (from 1998 to 2000 he was resident director). Also in the West End, Kings and Clowns and The Biograph Girl (both at the Phoenix). UK tours include Paul Fontaine in Desert Song and Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Pantomimes include Colin in Puss in Boots, Prince Charming in Cinderella and Robinson in Robinson Crusoe. Philip has also appeared in repertory in Othello and Faces of Eve (Salisbury Playhouse).

Opera includes: in 1972 being invited to join the Glyndebourne Festival Opera and Touring Opera companies. He has appeared with Kent Opera, Opera Rara, the New Opera Company, Dublin Grand Opera, English Music Theatre and in productions and concerts in Germany, Italy, France, Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Belgium.

Other work includes: In recognition of his work Philip was made an Honorary Friend of Gregynog Young Musicians Competition and is a supporter of Ysgol Theatr Maldwyn, a drama group for young performers, composers and writers from his home county of Montgomeryshire, Mid-Wales. Philip appears in many concerts in Wales to support local charities and to say thank you to the county of Montgomeryshire for the financial support which has enabled him to have what many would regard as a record-breaking period as a performer.

Hettie Hobbs

in the role of

Swing

Hettie Hobbs

in the role of

Swing

Training: Hettie achieved a Masters with Distinction from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2015.

Credits whilst training: Liz in Billy, Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Sukie Rougemont in Witches of Eastwick and Scotty in Merrily We RollAlong.

Theatre Includes: Dorothy Parker in Showtime’s 48hr Challenge Thoroughly Modern Millie (The Adelphi Theatre). Resident performer for Brick Lane Music Hall, playing in a range of shows, including The Good Fairy in Pantomime. Hettie also toured as the lead performer with Dance Umbrellas commissioned 16 Singers. She also understudied and played the Dew Fairy and Sandman in Hansel and Gretel at Iford Manor.

Concerts include: Soloist for LEAP: Dance Umbrella (Spitalfields Church)

Featured soloist for Music Hall Week at Brick Lane Music.

Hettie is thrilled to be joining the Phantom of the Opera company and would like to thank all those who have continued to offer her support and love.

Grace Horne

in the role of

Ballet Swing

Grace Horne

in the role of

Ballet Swing

Grace was born in Grantham, Lincolnshire. At the age of 8 she joined the Royal Ballet Schools Junior Associate programme, as a weekly student for 3 years. At 11 years old, she gained a place at the Royal Ballet School, where she studied for a further 8 years at the Lower and Upper Schools.

Niall McMahon (former dancer of Scottish Ballet also intermittently coached Grace from the age of 10. She was a semi-finalist of the Young British Dancer of the Year in 2012, and a Finalist in 2013 and 2014. As a student, she danced with The Royal Ballet Company in productions of: Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Peter and the Wolf, Firebird and Manon.

During her graduate year she was given the opportunity to dance with Scottish Ballet during their tour of Peter Darrells, The Nutcracker. Upon graduating from the Royal Ballet School she joined Scottish Ballet, where she danced in Christopher Hampsons Cinderella and David Dawsons Swan Lake.

Lily Howes

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Lily Howes

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Lily was born in Maidstone in Kent and began her training at Lisa Maybank School of Dance. At 11 she gained a place at the Royal Ballet School where she studied for 8 years at the Lower and Upper school.  She reached the final of Young British Dancer of the Year in 2011.  As a student she danced with The Royal Ballet Company in productions of Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty , Romeo and Juliet and Don Quixote.

Upon graduating from the Royal Ballet School she joned Sarasota Ballet in Florida where she danced in productions of La Fille mal Gardee, La Sylphide, Jazz Calendar and a soloist role in Raymonda.

This is Lily’s debut in the West End and she is thrilled to be joining the cast of Phantom of the Opera.

Andrei Teodor Iliescu

in the role of

Porter/Lion Man

Andrei Teodor Iliescu

in the role of

Porter/Lion Man

Born in Constanta, Romania, Andrei started dancing at the age of 11 at the National College of Arts in his hometown. Following the win of his first major competition at the age of 14, Andrei moved to Bucharest to join a prestigious ballet school in Romania to further his training.

At the age of 17 he competed in the international ballet competition ‘Prix de Lausanne’ in Switzerland. He was immediately awarded a full scholarship to attend Central School of Ballet.

After graduating with a First class degree, Andrei made his debut in the West End joining the new production of “McQueen” at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Ellen Jackson

in the role of

Wardrobe Mistress

Ellen Jackson

in the role of

Wardrobe Mistress

Training: Ellen was born in Lanarkshire and is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Opera includes: her professional debut at the Waterford Festival, performing the title role in The Merry Widow and Gianetta in The Gondoliers, for which she received the Best Female Voice Award. After this she joined Scottish Opera, with whom she performed in Der Rosenkavelier, Die Meistersinger, Die Fledermaus, L’Elisir d’Amore, Tosca and Egisto.

Theatre includes: My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof, The Beggar’s Opera, Annie, Sister Margaretta in The Sound of Music (UK tour), the hit West End musical Chess and Fiddler on the Roof (Theatre Royal, Plymouth). Seasons followed in Born Again (Chichester Festival Theatre), Les Misérables (Palace) and The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s), in which she played Madame Giry at many performances. She has also played Mrs Mullin and the Principal in the musical Carousel (Perth Theatre).

Ellen is delighted to be playing the role of the Wardrobe Mistress at Her Majesty’s in The Phantom of the Opera.

Richard Kent

in the role of

Firechief

Richard Kent

in the role of

Firechief

Trained: Guildford School of Acting

Theatre includes: Les Miserables (Swing) Queens Theatre, The Woman in White (Ensemble/US Sir Percival Glyde) Palace Theatre, Carousel (Ensemble/US Billy Bigelow) and Strindberg’s The Father (Svard) Chichester Festival Theatre, Wicked (Swing/US Dr. Dillamond) Apollo Victoria. 25th Anniversary concert of Les Miserables, London O2. Salad Days (ensemble/US Troppo & Uncle Zed ) Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, The Go Between (Denys Maudsley) West Yorkshire Playhouse, Derby Live and The Royal and Derngate Northampton. Taming of the Shrew (Hortensio) Derby Live Theatre. Anything Goes (Lord Evelyn Oakleigh) Kilworth House Theatre, Carousel (Jigger Craigin) Arcola Theatre. National Tours of Spamalot (Historian/Prince Herbert) The Producers (Lead Tenor/US Carmen Ghia & Leo Bloom)

Richard has also been a featured soloist at several concerts with the Welsh Musical Theatre Symphonic Orchestra and appeared in Ivor Novello, The Great British Musical and The Great British Musical in Concert at The Matcham Room, London Hippodrome.

Adam Robert Lewis

in the role of

Swing

Adam Robert Lewis

in the role of

Swing

Training: Adam trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Workshops include: Guy Fawkes the Musical (Delfont Rooms, Prince of Wales).

Concerts include: Music is Magic (London Palladium), Ignite (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Movies to Musicals (Glasgow City Halls), Songs of Laura and Daniel Curtis (Royal Albert Hall), An Evening with Only Boys Aloud (Maesteg Town Hall) and An Evening with Adam Robert Lewis (St James Studio).

Credits whilst training include: Witches of Eastwick (Mountview Academy), Merrily We Roll Along (Mountview Academy), Guys and Dolls (Mountview Academy) and Skylight (Mountview Academy).

Adam is thrilled to be making his West End debut in Phantom of the Opera.

Luke McCall

in the role of

Swing

Luke McCall

in the role of

Swing

Training: Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama (Recipient of Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholarship); Maldwyn School of Theatre.

Credits whilst training: Company; The World Goes Round; After Miss Julie.

Other: Headline act Proms in the Park; The Beggar’s Opera (YMT); Macbeth (YMT); According to Brian Haw (YMT); Nosen Lawen (Cwmni Da); Prynhawn Da (Tinopolis).

Luke made his professional debut in the West End production of Les Miserables, where he played Feuilly and played both Enjolras and Jean Valjean as their understudies .

Leo Miles

in the role of

Soldier

Leo Miles

in the role of

Soldier

Training: Ecole Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq and Royal Academy of Music, graduating in 2011.

Theatre includes: Fleet in Titanic (Southwark Playhouse), Timothy in Salad Days (Riverside Studios), Kenneth Gibson in Call Me Madam(Union), Tony in West Side Story (RSC, Sage, Newcastle), Tommy in The Who’s Tommy (English Theatre Frankfurt and European tour) and Henry Ford in Ragtime the Musical (Landor).

Concerts include: St George’s Day Trafalgar Square Celebrations and Sondheim at 80 Prom with the BBC Performing Arts Fund Ensemble (Royal Albert Hall).

Recordings include: The Who’s Tommy (original Frankfurt cast, 2011) and Salad Days (Riverside Studios, 2012). Leo is thrilled to be joining The Phantom of the Opera for his West End debut and would like to thank his family for their love and support.

Tim Morgan

in the role of

Monsieur Lefevre / Don Attilio

Tim Morgan

in the role of

Monsieur Lefevre / Don Attilio

Training: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Theatre credits include: Ensemble/understudy Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd (Adelphi Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre), Lionel in That Day We Sang (Manchester International Festival), Major Rizzoli/Fosca’s Father in Passion (Donmar Warehouse), Don Attilio/le Fevre in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre), Ensemble/understudy and played Von Trapp in The Sound of Music (Palladium), Saruman in The Lord of the Rings (Drury Lane), Ensemble/understudy Peron in Evita (Adelphi), Policeman in Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre), Javert and Bishop/Grantaire in two productions of Les Misérables (Palace Theatre), Caiaphas in Jesus Christ Superstar (European tour), Fogg in Sweeney Todd (Holland Park), Michael in Adult Ways (Sherman Theatre Cardiff), Mike in Elegies for Angels (Library Theatre Manchester), Auctioneer/Don Atillo/understudy and played Firmin in The Phantom of the Opera (Manchester Opera House), Man III in Doris (King’s Head Theatre), Arch Deacon in Which Witch (Piccadilly Theatre).

Opera credits include: Malatesta in Don Pasquale (WNO), Silvano in Un Ballo in Maschera (Dublin Grand Opera), Ko-Ko in The Mikado, Dick Deadeye in HMS Pinafore, Strephon in Iolanthe and Sergeant in The Pirates of Penzance (D’Oyly Carte) and Taddeo in L’Italiana in Algeri (Buxton Festival Opera).

Film and Television include: Sweeney Todd (Dreamworks), Achilles (Channel 4 Films) and The Hour (BBC)

Recordings include: Sweeney Todd, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mary Poppins, Evita, Lord of the Rings, South Pacific, Iolanthe, The Gondoliers, Wonderful Town, 42nd Street and Mame.

Fiona Morley

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire

Fiona Morley

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire

Training: Born in Rayleigh, Essex, Fiona started her professional training at the Bush Davies School of Performing Arts, and at 16 continued her training in London at the Ballet Rambert School, graduating with a diploma in dance.

Dance includes: After graduating she joined the Moving Visions Dance Company for a UK tour and moved to Charleroi in Belgium where she danced new works in the corps de ballet. She then joined the Vienna Festival Ballet as a principal dancer. Her performances include Cinderella, Coppelia and Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker.

Her West End debut was in 1996 and she is excited to be ballet swing in the ensemble of The Phantom of the Opera.

Jordan Simon Pollard

in the role of

Policeman in the Pit

Jordan Simon Pollard

in the role of

Policeman in the Pit

Jordan Simon Pollard most recently played Perchik in Fiddler On The Roof alongside opera star Bryn Terfel to a sold out Royal Albert Hall in London. Prior to this, Jordan was a cast member of the Phantom Of The Opera international tour occasionally appearing as Raoul.

While training at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music from 2008-2010, Jordan played Demetrius in the Benjamin Britten opera of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Joseph in QPAC’s production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor, Ben in Dirty Apple with Opera Queensland, Italy/Sweden in Eurobeat:Almost Eurovision and he also regularly sang as a guest artist with The Queensland Pops Orchestra. Jordan then joined The Ten Tenors in 2010 and was fortunate enough to record 2 albums, appear on the Oprah Winfrey Show, sing at various sporting events and perform each night in over 30 countries in his time with the group.

Jordan is thrilled to be making his west end debut and would like to thank his friends and family for all of their support.

James Roxby Brown

in the role of

Slave Master

James Roxby Brown

in the role of

Slave Master

James started dancing with Anna du Boission at the West London School of Dance. At age 11 he continued his training at Whitelodge, the Royal Ballet Lower School. He then went on to study at Central School of Ballet, where he has recently graduated, with a BA Hons Degree. James has just finished touring the UK with Ballet Central. Other performing credits include The Royal Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Opera House and ‘Polaris’ by Crystal Pite at Sadlers Wells. James is delighted to be joining the cast of Phantom of the Opera to mark his professional debut.

Una Reynolds

in the role of

Wild Woman (Hannibal)

Una Reynolds

in the role of

Wild Woman (Hannibal)

An Australian born Soprano, Una Reynolds most recently performed in the ensemble and as understudy Carlotta in Stage Entertainment’s production of Phantom of the Opera (Germany).

Opera credits in the UK include Adina (L’elisir D’amore), Musetta (La Boheme), and Belinda (Dido & Aeneas) with Opera Up Close, Elvira (L’Italiana in Algeri) with Pop Up Opera (UK tour), and Gabrielle (La Vie Parisienne) with Opera Della Luna / Iford Opera Festival. In Australia, Una played roles Josephine (HMS Pinafore), Princess Zara (Utopia Ltd) and Edith (Pirates of Penzance) with Rockdale Opera Company.

Una has performed in the chorus for Opera Australia (The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance), La Monnaie Belgium (Aida), Grange Park Opera (Queen of Spades, Eugene Onegin), and Opera Holland Park (Norma, Adriana Lecouvreur). Concerts include Handel’s Messiah (Merry Opera, UK tour) and Daphnis et Chloé (La Monnaie).

Rachel Spurrell

in the role of

Page (Don Juan Triumphant)

Rachel Spurrell

in the role of

Page (Don Juan Triumphant)

Rachel trained at the Bristol Academy of Performing Arts before attending The Royal Academy of Music where she graduated with distinction.

Theatre credits include:Understudy Dead Mam and Mrs Wilkinson and played Leslie and Posh mum in ‘Billy Elliot’ (UK, Ireland and Germany Tour) Understudy

Alice Beane, Ida Straus and Caroline Neville in ‘Titanic’ (Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto) Understudy to Barbara Castle and Connie Riley in ‘Made in Dagenham’ (Adelphi Theatre) ‘Forbidden Broadway’ (Menier Chocolate Factory) ‘Candide’ (Menier Chocolate Factory) ‘On a clear day you can see forever’ Mrs Hatch (Union Theatre) ‘High Society’ Understudy to Margaret Lord (UK tour) Understudy Wicked Witch, Glinda and Auntie Em in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (The London Palladium) 25th Anniversary concert of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ (The Royal Albert Hall) ‘The World goes round’ (Canal Cafe) Swing in ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ (Her Majesty’s Theatre) Woman 1 in ‘I love you, you’re perfect, now change’ (Kings Head Theatre) Johanna in ‘Sweeney Todd’ (Tour)  Maria in ‘West Side Story’  (Tobacco Factory) Sally Bowles in ‘Cabaret’ (Redgrave theatre) Toadflax in ‘Watership Down the Musical’ (QEH Theatre) Benjamin Britten’s Opera of ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’, understudy to Titania (Tobacco Factory)  Principal singer and dancer on the ‘Oriana’ for P&O Cruises, ‘Mad About the Musicals’ (UK Tour) ‘Dickens of a Christmas’ (Jermyn Street Theatre) Fairy Godmother in ‘Cinderella’ (Civic Theatre, Rotherham/Campus West Theatre, Welwyn Garden City) Sharon in ‘A Slice of Saturday Night’, Nanny in ‘Ways and Means’, Florence in ‘Odd Couple’, Madame Montaudoin in ’37 Sous of Monsieur Montaudoin’. Rachel was delighted to have been part of Her Majesty’s ‘Golden Jubilee Celebration’ as a vocalist at Buckingham Palace.

Television and Radio credits include ‘An Enchanted Evening’ on the BBC (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) Soprano soloist ‘Cabot the Musical’ for BBC Archive, Maria in ‘West Side Story’ for BBC Bristol, a commercial for ‘Linx Visual Media’ as principal dancer and guest vocalist on boy band ‘Soul Intentions’ album. Rachel appeared on the ‘Love Never Dies’ Album after working with Andrew Lloyd Webber in the workshop for the new production. This lead on to working in the ‘Wizard of Oz’ workshop and on the cast album.

Emily Smith

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire

Emily Smith

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire

Emily was born in Cairns, Australia and moved to London to train at The Royal Ballet Upper School. During her time there she performed with The Royal Ballet in Swanlake, Giselle and Cinderella.

Upon graduating, Emily joined the Birmingham Royal Ballet where she has been performing for the last six and a half years, touring the UK and overseas. Her repertoire includes numerous roles in Swanlake, Romeo and Juliet, Sleeping Beauty, Giselle, Cinderella and The Nutcracker.

This is Emily’s debut in the West End and she is thrilled to be joining the cast of Phantom of the Opera.

John Stacey

in the role of

Swing

John Stacey

in the role of

Swing

Training: London Studio Centre.

John most recently appeared as the Policeman and Northbrook in the Mary Poppins International tour.

Previous credits include: Barnum UK tour; Stephen Ward (Aldwych Theatre); The Pajama Game (Chichester); Top Hat (Aldwych); My Fair Lady (BBC Prom at RAH); Scrooge (UK tour); Lend Me a Tenor ( Theatre Royal Plymouth and Gielgud); Me and My Girl (Sheffield Crucible); Hello Dolly! (Regents Park); Victoria Wood’s Midlife Christmas (BBC); Fame (UK tour); Mamma Mia (International Tour); Guys and Dolls (Donmar tour); Acorn Antiques the Musical (Haymarket); Anything Goes ( Theatre Royal Drury Lane); My Fair Lady ( RNT and Drury Lane); Hard Times ( Theatre Royal, Haymarket); Les Miserables (Palace Theatre); Saturday Night Fever (The Palladium); Guys and Dolls (RNT); Martin Guerre (Prince Edward); Cats (New London); Fiddler on the Roof (London Palladium) A Midsummer Nights Dream, The Two Gentlemen of Verona and High Society (Regents Park) Other regional work includes: Cinderella (Bristol Old Vic); Evita (Beirut); Guys and Dolls (Crucible Theatre Sheffield); Grease (European and Scandinavian tours). The Adventures of Mr Toad (Watermill); Pickwick ( UK tour); Watership Down, Step in Time ( Redgrave Theatre Farnham) La Vie Parisienne (Iford Festival)

Danielle Stephens

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Danielle Stephens

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Training: Danielle was born in Bournemouth, Dorset. At nine she joined the Royal Ballet Junior Associates programme for two years and performed with the Royal Ballet in Don Quixote. She gained a place at the Royal Ballet Lower School where she continued her training for five years, performing with the Royal Ballet in Sleeping Beauty. Her training continued at Elmhurst School for Dance where she worked with Birmingham Royal Ballet in Sleeping Beauty.

Ballet includes: Upon graduating, Danielle joined Vienna Festival Ballet, spending three seasons with them touring the UK and overseas. Her repertoire includes numerous roles in Cinderella, The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty.

Film and television include: dancing for Cheryl Cole – Promise This (BBC Children In Need) and, more recently, appearing as a ballet dancer in the film The Other Wife starring Rupert Everett.

Tom Sterling

in the role of

Passarino/Hairdresser

Tom Sterling

in the role of

Passarino/Hairdresser

Training: The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama (Beatrice Lillie Scholar)

Theatre includes: Freddie Eynsford Hill in My Fair Lady (Kilworth House), Guy in Girlfriends (Union Theatre), Muffles in The Pied Piper (Workshop: National Theatre Studio), George in Sunday in the Park with George (RCSSD).

Film and television: Hitler’s Megaships (National Geographic), Testament of YouthThe Lost City of Z.

Concert performances: West End Heroes (Dominion Theatre), The 90th Salzburg Music Festival (Felsenreitschule & Grosses Festspielhaus)and The 12 Tenors (European tours: 2012/13 & 2014/15).

Claire Tilling

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Claire Tilling

in the role of

The Ballet Chorus of the Opera Populaire

Training: Born in Cheshire, Claire trained at Northern Ballet School, Manchester, where, in her graduating year, she performed as Swanhilda in Manchester City Ballet’s Coppelia and was an Adeline Genee Awards semi-finalist.

Theatre includes: Upon graduating, Claire joined the national tour of The Phantom of the Opera (1998-2000) and is delighted to be back with the company here at Her Majesty’s where she has covered and played the role of Meg Giry. Other theatre includes: Spirit of the Dance (UK and USA tours) and Lullabies of Broadway (USA tour).

Television includes: This Morning, First Light and Search for the Holy Grail.

Victoria Ward

in the role of

Madame Firmin

Victoria Ward

in the role of

Madame Firmin

Training: Victoria trained at Mountview Theatre School.

Theatre includes: Sister Berthe in The Sound of Music (International tour), Kath Casey opposite Suggs in Our House, Madame Thénardier in Les Misérables, Sarah Jane Moore in Assassins, Sugar in Sugar (all for Pimlico Opera), Mrs McIlhenny in Do I Hear A Waltz? (Park Theatre), Prudy Pingleton in Hairspray (Singapore), Frau Schmidt in The Sound of Music (Kuala Lumpur), Blood Brothers (UK Tour), Constance in The Three Musketeers (UK Tour), Jaynie in Dont Misunderstand Me(English Theatre of Hamburg), Atlanta in Jason and the Argonauts (New Players Theatre), Molly Wesley in John Wesley (UK Tour), Helen in Wonderful Town, Dinah in South Pacific for Craig Revel Horwood (Grange Park Opera) and Polly Peachum in the ENO production of The Beggars Opera. Victoria has toured Australia, New Zealand, the U.S and Canada with Carl Rosa Opera playing Cousin Hebe opposite Timothy West in HMS Pinafore and Pitti-Sing in The Mikado. She returned to the company for their West End season at the Gielgud Theatre, playing Leila in Iolanthe and Isabel in The Pirates of Penzance.

Victoria is thrilled to be joining the cast of The Phantom of the Opera as it celebrates its 30thBirthday.

Her Majesty's Theatre London