Vocals and guitar

 
 
That's me and Tom O'Connor
 
Me in Oliver
 
As the wicked witch in the Wizard of Oz
I have been involved in singing and performing for many years. Inspired by my primary school singing teacher Miss Gahan, I started singing in school choirs and local amateur dramatic companies. Whilst studying dance and theatre studies at Exeter College, at the age of 16 I joined my first band, Miles Away, a jazz and blues outfit. Within a year I joined 'The Wedding Band' with Diana Croft, gigging, unsurprisingly at weddings and other functions.
 
From then on I mixed performing in musical theatre with performing in bands; playing the lead in My Fair Lady(1996), Calamity Jane(1994), Oliver!(1991), Sweet Charity(1997), Little Shop of Horrors as an urchin(2003), Educating Rita and The Hired Man. For several years I was an active member of T.A.O.D.S , taking part in the annual pantomime.
On stage in Calamity Jane
In 1994 I started working with the Westcountry Theatre Company, where I taught performance workshops and took part in a theatre and education tour doing Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth in schools around the South West. Between 2000 and 2005 I sang with a rock n roll band called No Logo, performing in local pubs, clubs and holiday camps. In 2002 I opened my own vocal coaching studio in Newton Abbot.
 
Since 2006 I have choreographed several Torquay Boys' Grammar School productions including Jesus Christ Superstar, Joseph and Little Shop of Horrors (in which I played Audrey 2 - the plant). Finally, taking things right up to date in May 2008 I joined The Cadence, ‘Devon’s hardest working party band’.
Pete knows I have a fantastic bottom!!!!
Calamity Jane
 
the 'Dolls' (me Jo & Helly) in
Guys and Dolls
 
enjoying the limelight
 
[Nina] [Pete] [Duncan] [Caroline] [Neill] [Bruno]
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