A featured new artist on Classic FM, Justine has performed at many of London’s top venues including Café Royal, the Dorchester Hotel, the Royal Festival Hall, the Royal Albert Hall, and the Cadogan Hall; along with concert halls and theatres across the UK.  Some of her favourite highlights include singing Cosette in a concert version of Les Miserables at Cadogan Hall, London alongside Ruthie Henshall and Frances Ruffell; headlining at Royce Hall, LA at the Inspiration Awards on behalf of Breakthrough Breast Cancer; entertaining the troops while fronting the Queens Division Big Band; featured roles in the UK tours of Kiss Me, Kate, Phantom & the Opera and The Masters of the House; as well as popping up on screen in Tim Burton’s film of Sweeney Todd.  Justine’s debut album is due to be released next year which will be championed by Classic FM and features a duet with Classical Brit Award Winners ‘BLAKE’.

Since her professional debut at eleven as Annie, Shona played numerous children’s roles in theatre & television and left school to join Crossroads, playing Sara Briggs for 2 years.  In 1990 she was cast as Christine in The Phantom Of The Opera in the West End becoming the youngest actress to play this role.

Shona has recently completed a run as Madge Hardwick in the award winning Top Hat and a season of concerts as the soloist with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

West End includes: Milly: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers; Sandy: Grease; Gilmer: Godspell; I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change; The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber; Sally Veitch: Crooked Wood. Other theatre includes: Madge Hardwick: Top Hat; Elsa Schraeder: The Sound of Music; Mary: The Trouble with Old Lovers; Marjorie Houseman: Dirty Dancing; Rose Vibert: Aspects of Love; Roxie: Chicago; Anna Leonowens: The King & I ; Bette Montague: That Old Feeling; Doris: Same Time Next Year; Kathy Seldon: Singin’ In The Rain; Emma Carew: Jeckyll & Hyde; Dorothy: Murdered To Death; Pankhurst: Oh What A Lovely War!; Julia: The Mating Game; Fay: A Chorus of Disapproval; Suzanne Walter: The Wicked World of Bel Ami; Lady Townley: The Provok’d Husband; Vickey: Hobson’s Choice; Dixie: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof; Alice: Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland.

TV & Film includes: Jo: Starlings; Lisa: The Ritz; Nicki Waterman: Doctors; Fi: Casualty; Sandra: Mother’s Ruin; Barbara Boyer: Secret Diary of Adrian Mole & Growing Pains of Adrian Mole;Jacqui Charles: Telephone Detectives; Dawn: Blush.

Radio: Friday Night is Music Night; Young Sally: Follies; Kristine: A Chorus Line; Grete: The Dancing Years; Maria: Call Me Madam; Alice: Alice In Wonderland.  Shona is an experienced concert performer singing internationally with orchestras from the Halle to the Hong Kong Symphony, as Michael Ball’s regular guest & with her duo It Takes Two.

Dawn was born in Middlesbrough and trained at the Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts in Kent.  West End and Theatre credits include Follies, Cats, Grease, Smokey Joes Cafe, Moby Dick, Sunset Boulevard, Chicago, Anything Goes, Chorus Line, Death of a Salesman, Just So, Little Shop of Horrors, On the Piste, Bad Boy Johnny and the New Yorkers.  Across the pond in the U.S.A Dawn has appeared in several Broadway and off Broadway productions including Les Miserables, Guys and Dolls, Eleanor, The New Yorkers and The Blue Tomato.  Following a dream to see the world, she has worked as a lead singer on Queen Mary 2, Sojourn Seabourn and Queen Victoria.

Director / Choreographer

Stacey has enjoyed a long and enviable career within the entertainment industry. Her unique and diverse skills have allowed her to crossover from performer to choreographer to on screen judge and performance expert. Stacey has been the Creative Director and Executive Producer on many productions, working on and with some of the biggest names in Television, Film and Theatre.

Just some of her credits include:

Television (On Screen): Grease and Hairspray the school musical (Sky 1), Strictly Dance Fever (BBC), Musicality (Channel 4), Britain’s Got More Talent (ITV2), StreetDance (Channel 4)

THEATRE: The Lion King, The Producers, Guys and Dolls, Fame, Flashdance, West Side Story, Singin’ in the Rain, Starlight Express, Cats, The Rocky Horror Show, Rent, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, My Fair Lady

FILM: Sense and Sensibility, Othello, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Hamlet

TELEVISION (Choreographer): You’re the one that I want (ITV), Happy Birthday BAFTA (ITV)

ARENA SHOWS/TOURS: X-Factor, Britain’s Got Talent, America’s Got Talent, Flawless, Michael Ball