Vincent and Flavia have become one of the country's most successful Argentine tango acts, having competed successfully together for many years, and gaining a strong following more recently after joining BBC's Strictly Come Dancing. Titles include: UK Professional Ten Dance champions 2002-2006; UK Professional Show Dance champions 2003-2006; UK Argentine Tango champions 2006 (first time the competition has ever been held); World Argentin Tango Show champions 2005/2006; UK Ballroom champions for several years; World and European Ten Dance and Show Dance finalists 2002-2006. 2006 saw their move away from competitions, and from the fourth series onwards, into recurring roles on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing. In 2008 and 2009, Vincent and Flavia took part in the Strictly Come Dancing live tour and, at the beginning of 2010, they took part in Strictly Come Dancing - the Professionals UK tour. In 2012, Vincent reached the finals of Strictly Come Dancing performing with Dani Harmer, whilst Flavia and Louis Smith won the series and took home the much-prized glitter ball. Vincent and Flavia have also launched three DVDs teaching the Argentine tango, as well as a series of apps for the iPhone, which teaches both ballroom and Latin.
In another development, Flavia has teamed up with Russell Grant using traditional dance moves to tone your body and improve your cardio-vascular system whilst having some fabulous fun with zalza. For three years, Vincent and Flavia have been nominated for 'rear of the year'. Finally, in 2013, they have both won, the first dance partnership to win in 30 years; they are both delighted! For more information about Vincent and Flavia, their DVDs, apps and zalza, please go to www.vincentandflavia.com
Flavia has also recently launched her own range of By.Flavia beauty and tanning products for both professionals and home use.
There is a wide selection of products currently available online and Flavia is working on new and exciting products which will launch in the near future.
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Theatre includes: Dance 'Til Dawn (UK Tour and Aldwych Theatre), High Society (UK Tour), Midnight Tango (UK Tour and Aldwych Theatre) Never Forget (Savoy Theatre) The Gold Cadillac (Garrick) Cymbeline, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Othello, Three Sisters, The Suicide, Nicholas Nickleby (Royal Shakespeare Company London/New York). Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, The Trial (Royal National Theatre) Kiss me Kate (Victoria Palace), The Cabinet Minister (Albery), Snoopy (Olivier Award Nomination, Duchess Theatre) The Kitchen, Mary Barnes (Royal Court) City of Angels (Prince of Wales), Trilby (Shared Experience), Company (Donmar Warehouse and Albery), Pacific Overtures (Donmar Warehouse) A Midsummer Nights Dream, Twelfth Night and The Swaggerer (Regent's Park Theatre), Les Miserables (Palace Theatre), 3 Guys Naked from the Waist Down (Donmar Warehouse), John Curry Theatre of Skating (London Paladium),Spin the Wheel (Comedy Theatre). Measure for Measure, Habeus Carpus (Peter Hall Company) The Invisible Man (Menier Chocolate Factory) A Month in the Country, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Six Pictures of Lee Miller (Chichester Festival Theatre) Where Theres a Will (ETT) Acorn Antiques - The Musical (The Tour).
Television includes: Birds of a Feather, Sir Gadabout, Henry IV, The Bill, The Boot Street Band, Love Hurts, Dog-Boy, So You Think You've Got Troubles, Romeo and Juliet, Three Sisters, Nicholas Nickleby, Coriolanus, Freud, What a Way to Run a Revolution, Bad Girls and The Murder Room. Films: The World’s End, It's All About Love, Dear Wendy, Manderlay, De-lovely, Yentl, Truly Madly Deeply, RKO 281, Arch of Triumph, 9/11 : Dawn to Dusk. Radio: The Pickwick Papers (BBC) and three episodes of Dr Who ('Big Finnish' for the BBC').
Teddy is co-writer and producer of several animation series - Foxy Fables (BBC), Tales of a Wise King (BBC), Insektors (Channel 4), Witchworld (Channel 5). He has also co-written Three Friends and Jerry (HIT), Something Else (Pearson TV), Preston (Varga London) and a film, Clarence (Uli Meyer Features).×
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre Credits: The Water Babies (Leicester Curve); The Carnival of The Animals (Riverside Studios), Sweeney Todd (Adelphi Theatre), Taboo (Brixton Clubhouse), The Pirates of Penzance (Hackney Empire), The Phantom of The Opera 25th Anniversary Concert (O2 Arena), The Hired Man (Landor Theatre), Bright Lights, Big City (Hoxton Hall), Les Miserables (West End and 25th Anniversary Concert at O2 Arena), The Phantom of The Opera (West End), Chess In Concert (The Royal Albert Hall), A Place For Us (Barbican).×
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Tony trained at Mountview Theatre School.
His theatre credits include: Neville's Island at Bolton Octagon (Manchester Evening News Award winner); The Adventures of Mr Toad (the Watermill Theatre, Newbury); Wakey Wakey and Firestone at (the Coventry Belgrade); Fur Coat and No Knickers (the Nottingham Playhouse) and several plays at Oldham Coliseum Theatre, including Dick Whittington, Spring and Port Wine, Funny Peculiar, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hanky Park and Robin Hood. He has also performed in A View From the Bridge (the Greenwich Theatre) and Ham (Derby Playhouse). Tony was in Les Misérables (the Palace Theatre) and Much Revue About Nothing (the King's Head Theatre). He appeared in many productions at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, including Twelfth Night, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Troilus and Cressida, A Midsummer Night's Dream, All's Well That Ends Well, Kiss Me, Kate, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Tony was in the musical Sweat at the Peacock Theatre. Tony has toured the United Arab Emirates with various New Shakespeare Theatre productions. He was in Viva Espana, which won the Best Fringe Musical Award, and has toured with productions including Singin' in the Rain, which started at the West Yorkshire Playhouse; Rockula and Fur Coat and No Knickers, which started at Oldham Coliseum and Nottingham Playhouse, and In the Midnight Hour from Coventry. Tony played Nurse Nanny Nora in Sleeping Beauty at Hounslow Theatre and has also appeared in Cinderella as Ugly Sister, Dick Whittington playing Alderman Fitzwarren, Sgt Pong in Aladdin, Baron Bonkers in Mother Goose and Runner Bean in Jack and the Beanstalk.
Concerts include Highams Park, Chelmsford, and Belfast Arena's production of Les Misérables. Tony can be seen on the DVD of Les Misérables at the O2 Arena. He was a voiceover artist for the film of Les Miserables and can be heard on the Albert Hall CD of Les Miserables. Television credits include Coronation Street, Peak Practice, Dream Team, Mornin' Sarge, Wogan, The Bill and The Putney Conundrum. Tony has presented adverts for The Observer newspaper and the Biography Channel.
Tony has appeared in ten Pantomimes at Hackney Empire, and has been the Assistant Director to Susie McKenna. Tony was The Assistant Director of the comedy festival at Hackney Empire as part of the London Olympic celebrations. Tony has appeared in, co-directed and directed the last two pantomimes at Leicester De Montfort Hall.×
Callum started dancing from a young age, taught by his Mum at the Shona Clack School of Dance.
He then went on to continue his professional training at Masters Performing Arts from which he graduated in 2010.
Theatre credits include: Dance 'Til Dawn (Tour 2015); Aladdin (Hull New Theatre); Robinson Crusoe (Southampton Mayflower); Dick Whittington (Plymouth Theatre Royal); Robinson Crusoe (Glasgow S.E.C.C); Aladdin (Glasgow S.E.C.C); 2012 Olympics and Paralympics Closing Ceremonies (London Olympic Stadium)
Television and Film credits include: Polyna - Lonely Angel (Music Video); Surprise, Surprise (ITV); Virgin Holidays (Commercial); Vodafone (Commercial); Guardians of the Galaxy (Film); Pan (Film)
Callum is very excited to be starting the tour off in Aylesbury as it is so close to home for him living in Princes Risborough. He would like to say a special thank you to his family and friends for their continued love and support and also to everyone who has taught him.
Representation: GLOBAL ARTISTS×
Training: London Studio Centre.
Theatre includes: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Birmingham Hippodrome); BOP's Miles Ahead (UK Tour); Original cast of The Last Horseman (National Tour of Spain); 'Cha Cha' and alternate 'Frenchy' in Grease (Spain); The Jazz Dance Company (UK Tour & Peacock Theatre).
Other work includes: Original cast of Mamma Mia! on board the Quantum of the Seas (RCCL); Headliners Theatre Company (P&O Azura).
Diana is thrilled to be part of the original cast of The Last Tango, and would like to thank her family and friends for their continued love and support.×
Rebecca trained at Bird College and graduated in 2012 with a BA Hons in Dance and Musical Theatre.
Theatre Credits include: Annie/cover Velma Kelly in Chicago (RCCL); ensemble/cover Wicked Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs directed by Warwick Davies (Milton Keynes Theatre); West End Heroes (Matt Flint-Concert at Dominion Theatre); 42nd Street Charity Gala (Paul Robinson-London Palladium); Val in A Chorus Line (London Palladium); Ensemble in Disco Inferno (UK Tour).
Television Credits include: The role of the Intern in Apocalypse Slough (Sky1); Dancer in Galavant (ABC); Let's Dance (Sport Relief), This Morning, Olivier Awards all with A Chorus Line.×
Aaron attended Bird College for three years in full time training and graduated with a National Diploma in Musical Theatre.
Musical Theatre Credits: Dancer in Sinatra at the London Palladium. Ensemble/1st Cover Nick and Goody in Fame UK Tour.
Film Credits: Genius (The Michael Grandage Company) directed by Michael Grandage. Fury (Columbia pictures) directed by David Ayer.
TV Credits: The Brit Awards; The X Factor; Britain's got Talent; Sunday night at the Palladium; The Royal Variety Performance; The One Show; The Alan Titchmarsh show.
Aaron is delighted to be on tour with The Last Tango.×
Training: Laine Theatre Arts
Theatre Credits: Puttin' On The Ritz (Tour); Dance Till' Dawn (Tour); Tiger Lily in Peter Pan (Milton Keynes); Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance (Tour); Carousel (West End); Mamma Mia (West End); Volta/ Pearl in Starlight Express (Tour); Wrench in Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany); Understudy Serena in Fame (West End); Cinderella in Cinderella (First Family Entertainment).×
Professional Training: Tring Park School of Performing Arts
Theatre Credits: 'Ensemble' in Dance Till Dawn UK Tour (Dir/Chor Karen Bruce); 'Dancer' in Riot Rhythm (Rachael Lane); 'Dancer' in Spring Shift (Mellony Teil)
Commercial/Film: Show Me Music Video (Jay Milly); Holiday Feature Film (Max Giwa/Dania Pasquini)
Jemima would like to thank her family for their love and continued support.
Representation provided by: Box Artist Management www.boxartistmanagement.com×
Ian's Theatre Credits include; Re-creation of the choreography for Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK Tour); Dance 'Til Dawn (UK Tour); Assistant Choreographer on The Return of Jack Frost (Worthing Pavillion); Swing, Dance Captain & Assistant Resident Director in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK Tour); Fred Casely & Understudy Billy Flynn in Chicago (UK Tour); Jules in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace Theatre, London); Rote Steifel Vampire in Tanz der Vampire (Germany); Don Kerr in A Chorus Line (Lowry, Salford); Understusy Electra & Greaseball in Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany); Michael Flately's Celtic Tiger (International Tour); Simply Ballroom (UK Tour); & Pirates of the Caribbean (Feature Film)×
Training: Performers College.
Theatre includes: Wicked (Original Cast UK tour) Hooray for Hollywood (Monte Carlo) and Mother Goose (Millfield Theatre).
Television includes: The Royal Variety Performance (Take That) and The X Factor.
Grant would like to thank all his friends and family for their continued support, especially his mum, as he wouldn't be where he is today without her.×
Karen is an Olivier Award-winning choreographer and director, working extensively in theatre and television both in the UK and abroad.
Director credits include: Dance 'Til Dawn (UK tour, Aldwych); Midnight Tango (UK tour, Phoenix); Strictly Come Dancing - the Professionals (Stage Entertainment tour); Love Me Tender (UK Tour); Saturday Night Fever (Spain, South Africa, Victoria Apollo, UK tour, Australia, Singapore, Scandinavia, Korea); Oliver! (Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Bermuda); Footloose (Novello, UK tour, South Africa) and The Wedding Singer (UK tour).
Choreographer credits include: The Bodyguard (UK tour); Dance 'Til Dawn (UK tour); Starlight Express (Joburg Theatre, South Africa); The Last Horseman (Madrid); Robinson Crusoe and the Caribbean Pirates (Birmingham Hippodrome); Chess (Margitsziget Open Air Theatre, Budapest); Never Forget (Savoy, UK tour); Doctor Doolittle (UK tour); Pacific Overtures (Donmar Warehouse); The Producers (Spain); Far Pavilions (Shaftesbury); Brighton Rock (Almeida); Annie Get Your Gun (number one tour); Footloose (Theatre Royal Plymouth, number one tour); When Harry Met Barry (the Venue, try-out) and A Chorus Line and Sweet Charity (Sheffield Crucible).
Television credits include: Strictly Come Dancing (BBC - 7 seasons); So You Think You Can Dance (BBC - 2 seasons); Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV); Toast (BBC Film); Children in Need (BBC); Believe in Me - The UK entry in the The Eurovision Song Contest 2013; The Voice, Waking the Dead, The Paul Daniels Magic Show, The Les Dennis Laughter Show, The Lisa Maxwell Show (BBC) and Head Over Heels (Carlton).
Other events include: the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Commonwealth Games (Manchester), devising a piece based on music in war for Fiona Laird (National Theatre) and several commissions for Princess Cruises.
Awards and nominations: Olivier Award nomination for Best Family and Entertainment for Dance 'Til Dawn (Aldwych); Olivier Award for Best Choreography for Pacific Overtures (Donmar Warehouse); TMA Best Musical Award for Sweet Charity (Sheffield Crucible); Olivier Award nomination for Best Entertainment for Midnight Tango and WhatsOnStage Theatregoers' Choice nomination for Best Choreographer for Never Forget.
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Morgan’s West End credits include: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Novello - winner of the Olivier Award for Best Revival of a Play); Forbidden Broadway (Vaudeville); Midnight Tango (Aldwych/Phoenix and UK tours); Dance ‘Til Dawn (Aldwych); Storm in a Flower Vase (Arts); Room onthe Broom (Garrick, Lyric [2012 and 2014], UK tours, Off-Broadway, USA tour [2009 and 2011], Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, Asian tour, Singapore, Australian tour, Ireland and German tour); Flashdance (Shaftesbury); Maria Friedman: Rearranged (Trafalgar Studios/Menier Chocolate Factory); Sign of the Times (Duchess); Fame (Shaftesbury, UK tour) and Footloose (Novello/Playhouse, UK tours, South Africa).
Other plays include: Dead Sheep (Park Theatre and UK Tour); Deathtrap (Salisbury Playhouse); Othello (Sheffield Crucible); Lives in Art (Sheffield Crucible); Some Girl I Used to Know (West Yorkshire Playhouse and tour); Our New Girl (Bush Theatre); Good People (Frankfurt); The Mercy Seat (York Theatre Royal); Macbeth (Singapore Repertory Theatre); The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (tour); The Diary of Anne Frank
(York Theatre Royal and UK tour); Jolson & Co (UK tour); The Hostage (Southwark Playhouse); Fight Face (Lyric Hammersmith Studio); Dov and Ali (Theatre503); Madagascar (Theatre503); Rock (Liverpool Unity and tour); The Comedy of Errors (Ovalhouse) and Marlon Brando’s Corset (Yvonne Arnaud and UK tour). Additionally, Morgan has designed The Laurence Olivier Awards at the Royal Opera House, and Grosvenor House Hotel.
Other musicals include: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Kilworth House Theatre); Grease (David Ian Productions, Royal Caribbean Productions) Love Me Tender (UK tour); Life of the Party (Menier Chocolate Factory); Forbidden Broadway (Menier Chocolate Factory/Vaudeville); Water Babies (Leicester Curve); Grand Hotel (GSMD); The Last Horseman (National Theatre of Spain, Madrid); Soho Cinders (Soho Theatre); Merrily We Roll Along (Theatr Clwyd); I Dreamed a Dream (Newcastle Theatre Royal and UK tour); By Jeeves (Landor Theatre); Never Forget (UK tour); Three Sides (45th Street Theatre, NY) and Anyone Can Whistle (Jermyn Street).
Other dance and opera includes: Lakme´ (Opera Holland Park); Without Stars (James Cousins Company, UK and international tour); Brazouka! - Brazil! (UK, South Africa and Australian tour); Dance ‘Til Dawn (UK tour); Planet Wonderful (Royal Danish Ballet, Copenhagen) and Don Giovanni (Opera East). Morgan has worked extensively as an associate designer for Christopher Oram and John Napier.
Awards: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof won the Olivier Award for Best Revival of a Play. Morgan was nominated in the WhatsOnStage Awards for Best Set Design for Flashdance at the Shaftesbury. Midnight Tango (West End and UK tour), Room on the Broom and Dance ‘Til Dawn were all nominated for Best Entertainment Olivier Awards in 2012 and 2013 respectively. Morgan’s design for The Last Horseman was nominated for Best Set Design at the BroadwayWorld Awards, Spain.×
James’ credits include: Dance ‘Til Dawn and Midnight Tango on tour and in the West End; Love Me Tender on a UK tour; Unfaithful at Found111, London; The Royale, Disgraced and Fear for the Bush Theatre, London; Richard III and Water Babies at the Curve, Leicester; Miss Julie, Black Comedy, A Marvellous Year For Plums, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, Wallenstein, Funny Girl, A Christmas Carol, The Hundred And One Dalmatians, The Witches and The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe for Chichester Festival Theatre; Deathtrap and A Voyage Round My Father for Salisbury Playhouse; The Night Before Christmas, Little Sure Shot and Salonika for West Yorkshire Playhouse; Monsieur Popular for Bath Theatre Royal; Jumpy for Theatr Clwyd; The Good Person Of Sichuan for the Mercury, Colchester; The Jungle Book for the Citizen’s, Glasgow; Prodigy for National Youth Music Theatre; The Dumb Waiter for The Print Room; Far From The Madding Crowd at the Watermill, Newbury; The Odd Couple, Moonlight And Magnolias and Twelfth Night for Perth Theatre; A Christmas Carol, Arcadia, Grimm Tales and Gates Of Gold for the Library, Manchester; Footloose at the Aldwych, London and Never Forget at the Savoy, London. For Tall Stories Theatre Company credits include: The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo’s Child, Room On The Broom and The Snail And The Whale.
Forthcoming productions include: The Borrowers for the Sherman Cymru and Peter Pan for Chichester Festival Theatre.×
Jon recently conducted Magic of the Musicals at the Royal Albert Hall and is currently Associate Musical Director for the West-End productions of The Lion King & The Book Of Mormon. Previously, Jon's credits as Musical Director include the UK tours of The Lion King and End of the Rainbow. He was Assistant Musical Director on the UK tour of Our House and the international tour of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. As a piano/keyboard player, Jon has worked on the London productions of The Lion King, The Book Of Mormon, Wicked, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, Beautiful, Elf, Joseph, Hairspray and Chicago, the UK tours of Tonight's the Night, South Pacific and Cabaret and the European tour of Evita and Elf. He also played keyboards and percussion on the most recent production of Porgy & Bess at Regents Park and was the orchestrator for It's a Wonderful Life - a new musical by Steve Brown (I Can't Sing & Spend, Spend, Spend) based on the film of the same name at the New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich. Jon wrote the vocal arrangements for the Jonathan Ansell and Friends UK tour and was Assistant Musical Director for the 2011 Dress Circle Benefit Gala at Her Majesty's Theatre in London. He has been Musical Director for 4 Qdos pantomimes and also works as a vocal coach for several different companies. Away from musical theatre, Jon has played international venues with world-renowned violinist Vanessa-Mae and 80's pop star Rick Astley, performed with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and toured with Steve Coogan on Alan Partridge and Other Less Successful Characters which played to sell-out audiences in arenas and theatres across the UK. He also runs The Groove Membership (TGM), a high-end function band which provides world-class entertainment at corporate events. You can find out more about TGM by visiting www.thegroovemembership.com.×
Credits as Sound Designer include: Dream Girls – West End, Funny Girl - West End & The Menier Chocolate Factory, Xanadu – Southwark Playhouse, What’s It All About? (Close To You) Bacharach Reimagined – West End & The Menier Chocolate Factory, The Last Tango – UK Tour, Bend It like Beckham – West End, Annie – UK Tour, Love Me Tender – UK Tour, The Bodyguard – West End & UK Tour & Cologne, The Little Shop of Horrors - Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, Made In Dagenham – West End, Dance Til Dawn – West End & UK Tour, Therese Raquin – The Park Theatre, Water Babies – Leicester Curve, Sweeney Todd – West Yorkshire Playhouse/Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, Fiddler On The Roof – UK Tour, Avenue Q – Korea, Back Beat – Toronto and Los Angeles, Vampirette – Manchester, I Dreamed A Dream - UK Tour, Chess – Toronto, The Sound of Music – Moscow, A Cat on Hot Tin Roof – Novello Theatre, London, Leslie Jordan: My Trip Down The Pink Carpet – Apollo Theatre, A Christmas Carol – Arts Theatre, Never Forget the Musical - UK Tour and Savoy Theatre London, Jesus Christ Superstar – The Really Useful Group UK and Spain National Tours, Dancing Shadows - World Premier Seoul, Korea, Daddy Cool (Shaftesbury Theatre, London), Daddy Cool International Tour (Berlin April ’07), Christmas Carol (Albery Theatre London), Cabaret (Teatro Della Luna, Milan), The Fall and Rise of Lenny Smallman (The Arts Theatre, London and The Mill, Guildford), Home Truths (national tour), We Could Be Heroes (RAM and The Bridewell), The Snowman (Peacock Theatre London, UK Tour, Finland and Seoul, Korea),
Richard works with artists in concert in the Rock and Pop world and has provided sound design for many television and corporate shows. His sound mixing credits also include arena shows both in the UK, Europe and Nigeria and several CD recordings.
Richard is also the Associate Sound Designer for Mamma Mia in China, Europe, Korea and South Africa.×
Chris Egan has worked in all genres of music as a Composer, Orchestrator, Conductor & Music Producer.
Film includes: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them (Warner Bros.), Ethel & Ernest (BBC Films), Napoleon (BFI)
Television includes: The Halcyon (ITV), Hooten And The Lady (Sky), Cilla (ITV), The Academy Awards, The Tony Awards, Man Down, Upstairs Downstairs, Queens Diamond Jubilee, Royal Variety Performance, Girlstuff Boystuff animation series, Britannia High, Prince's Trust 30th Anniversary Concert, Children In Need, Late Night with Jerry Springer, BBC TV License Campaign.
Video Games includes: Halo 5: Guardians (Microsoft)
Theatre includes: The Bodyguard (West End, Worldwide), National Theatre 50th Anniversary, Water Babies (Leicester), End Of The Rainbow (Broadway, West End, Worldwide), The Pajama Game (West End, Chichester), I Can't Sing (West End), Dance 'Til Dawn (West End, UK Tour), Kiss Me Kate (West End), Crazy For You (West End), Witches Of Eastwick (UK Tour, Worldwide), Grease (West End, Worldwide), Footloose (West End, UK Tour, South Africa).
Radio includes: Dame Shirley Bassey Electric Prom, Friday Night Is Music Night, BBC Proms In The Park, James Bond Special, BBC Voice of Musical Theatre.
Concerts includes: Elaine Paige (UK, European, Australian, American & Asia Concerts), Dame Shirley Bassey (Glastonbury, Electric Prom & UK Arena Tour), Lionel Richie (Hyde Park, Emirates Stadium Concerts).
Special Events includes: Heathrow Terminal 5 Royal Opening, St. Pancras International Royal Opening, Morse Live at the Albert Hall, Laurues Sports Awards Monte Carlo.
Chris has written arrangements and conducted for many recording artists including: Paul McCartney, David Foster, Annie Lennox, Lionel Richie, Lady Gaga, Above & Beyond, Oliva Newton-Jown, Phil Ramone, Dionne Warrick, Tony Hatch, Ronan Keating, Dame Shirley Bassey & Leslie Bricusse.
In 2016, Chris conducted Above & Beyond's Acoustic Concert Film at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles.×
Matt studied at The Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts.
He is currently Musical Director for School of Rock at The New London Theatre. Previously he was MD for 'Beautiful - The Carole King Musical' for which the band received an Olivier Award nomination and Matt, himself, was nominated best Musical Director for "Also-Recognised Awards" and broadwayworld.com awards. He didn't win!
His other work includes: as Musical Supervisor and Orchestrator: Love Me Tender (UK Tour); as Musical Director and co-Arranger: The Infidel (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Cilla (ITV drama), Taboo (Brixton Club House); as MD and Vocal Arranger: Water Babies (Leicester Curve); as MD: Some Girl I Used To Know (The Arts Theatre); Never Forget (Savoy Theatre and UK Tours); (Associate Musical Supervisor); We Will Rock You (North American Tour); The Prodigals (The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); We Will Rock You (Stuttgart and Berlin); Footloose (UK and European tours); The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour); Thriller Live (Lyric Theatre); Cinderella (New Wimbledon Theatre); Bohemian Rhapsody, New Jersey Nights and Celtic Ladies (Worldwide touring productions); This Is Elvis (UK Tour); Dancing In The Streets (UK Tour); Vampirette (Manchester Opera House); as MD and Arranger, Robin Hood (Cambridge Arts Theatre), Cinderella, Aladdin & Mother Goose (Watford Palace Theatre).×
Television / Film: “I Dream” (BBC 1 / 19 Entertainment), starring Christopher Lloyd; Casting team on “How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria”; “Any Dream Will Do”; “I’d Do Anything” and “Over The Rainbow” (all BBC); and “Superstar” (ITV).
Play credits include: “Raising Martha” (Park Theatre – opens Jan ’17); “Waiting For Waiting For Godot” (St. James Theatre, London); “Darktales” (Edinburgh Festival); “Some Girl(s)” (Park Theatre, London); “Stalking the Bogeyman” (Southwark Playhouse, London); Old Vic New Voices Festival (The Old Vic); “The Mentalists” (West End, Wyndhams); “Flare Path” (UK Tour); “On The Piste” (UK Tour); “Good People” – additional casting (West End, Noel Coward); “Barking in Essex” starring Lee Evans (West End, Wyndhams); “Pygmalion” (UK Tour); “The Mummy” (Belgrade, Coventry); “April in Paris” (UK Tour); “September In The Rain” (UK Tour); “What the Butler Saw” (West End, Vaudeville); “Duet For One” (UK Tour); “See How They Run” in rep with “Twelfth Night” (UK Tour); “Dancing At Lughnasa” (UK Tour); “The Madness of George III” (UK Tour); “Proud” (Wimbledon Theatre Studios); Olivier and Tony Award winning “Stones in His Pockets” (West End, Duke of York’s).
Musical theatre credits include: “Lizzie” (Greenwich Theatre); “Sweeney Todd” (Derby Theatre & Mercury Theatre, Colchester); “Guys and Dolls” (UK Tour); “Exposure” (St. James Theatre, London); “Eurobeat - Moldova” (Edinburgh Festival); “The Sessions – The Beatles at Abbey Road” (Royal Albert Hall); “The Life” (English Theatre of Frankfurt); “The Last Tango” (West End & UK Tour); Stiles & Drewes “Peter Pan” in concert (Adelphi Theatre); “Follies” in Concert (Royal Albert Hall); “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” in Concert (Royal Festival Hall); “Dance ‘Till Dawn” (West End & UK Tour); “Thrill Me” (Greenwich Theatre); “The Infidel” (Theatre Royal Stratford East); “Saturday Night Fever” (UK Tour 2014); “Sweeney Todd” (Twickenham Theatre); “The Rocky Horror Show” (International Tour); “Water Babies” (Curve, Leicester); “Betty Blue Eyes” (UK Tour); “20th Century Boy” (UK Tour) “Happy Days” (UK Tour); “Fiddler on the Roof” (UK Tour); Barry Humphries “Eat, Pray Love” (West End, Palladium); “Loserville” (West End); “Midnight Tango” (West End & UK Tour); “Taboo” (Brixton Club House); “The Last Session” (Tristan Bates Theatre); “The Prodigals” (Edinburgh Festival and Belgrade Coventry); “Brother Loves Travelling Salvation Show” (UK Tour); “By Jeeves” (Landor Theatre); “Footloose” (West End & UK Tour); “Never Forget” (UK Tour); “Zorro” (West End & UK Tour); “The Wedding Singer” (UK Tour); “Eurobeat” (West End & UK Tour); “Certified Male” (Edinburgh Festival); “Fame” (West End & UK Tours); “Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens” (West End); “The Genius of Ray Charles” (West End); “Love Shack” (UK Tour); “Kiss Me Kate” (UK Tour); Olivier Award winning “Taboo” (West End); “The Beautiful & Damned” (West End); “Calamity Jane” (West End); “Saturday Night Fever” (West End & UK Tours); “Starlight Express” (Bochum); “Romeo & Juliet” (West End); “Peggy Sue Got Married” (West End); “Doctor Dolittle” (West End & UK tour); “Oh! What a Night” (West End & UK Tour); “ Summer Holiday” (West End & UK tour); “Scrooge” (West End & UK tour); “Copacabana” (West End & UK tour); “Fiddler on the Roof” (West End & UK tour); “Barnum” (West End & UK tour); “South Pacific” (UK tour); “Pickwick” (UK tours); “Oklahoma!” (UK tour); “Singin' in the Rain” (UK tour); “Aspects of Love” (UK tour & West End).