MEET THE CAST

Please note, all cast members are subject to change and their appearance cannot be guaranteed.

KIERAN BROWN

Kieran comes from Scotland and studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music And Drama, graduating with an honours degree in Acting. He has most recently completed the European tour of Maury Yeston’s Titanic, before which he spent two years understudying and playing the role of The Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London to packed houses and standing ovations.


After making his West End debut in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre, London), Kieran went on to appear in numerous musical productions across Europe, playing roles such as Elphaba’s Father/Dr Dillamond/Wizard in Wicked (Apollo Victoria), The Actor in The Woman In Black (International Theatre, Vienna), Les Misérables 25th Anniversary Concert (O2 Arena, London), u/s Raoul in Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre), Algernon in The Importance Of Being Earnest (English Theatre, Vienna) and Love Never Dies - in Concert (Ronacher Theatre, Vienna. He also had the privilege of performing for and meeting Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in Edinburgh.


TV credits include: Taggart (STV); Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (BBC1); Anatomy of an Enigma (Ch 4) and Andrew Marr's Great Scots: The Writers Who Shaped A Nation (BBC1).


His solo shows have included: West End Winters (Drachengasse Theatre Vienna); Once Upon A Song (Lauderdale House and Union Theatre, London); My Big Fat MUSICAL Cabaret (London, Vienna and Glasgow) and A West End Christmas In… (Falkirk, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Vienna, Munich). Kieran recently wrote new lyrics for and performed the West End Wilma charity single ‘No Awards For You’ and is always in demand for recordings and workshops. He is featured on no less than 8 different albums of works by new and upcoming composers, including: You Are Home - the Music of Anderson & Petty, As Long As I Have Music (Eyles & Gould), Self Taught Still Learning (Chris Passey), Love, Lies & Lyrics (Lesley Ross), Words Shared With Friends (Robert Gould) and “The Barricade Boys” album.


In 2018 he appeared as one of The Three Phantoms during a sell out run at the Parisian Theatre in Macau, and the MES Theatre Singapore. He was also recently a guest artist on the Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2, & Queen Elizabeth & Queen Victoria as one of The Barricade Boys, who he continues to work with at various events and concerts around the world.

JOSEPH CONNOR

Joseph recently completed a UK and International Tour of Madagascar the Musical, playing the lead role of Alex the Lion. Joseph is also a member of the band XAVIER who were recently placed 4th on the second season of the BBC's All Together Now.


West End credits include: Ensemble in Wicked the Musical (Original London Cast - Apollo Victoria Theatre); Ensemble/Legolas Cover in Lord of the Rings the Musical (Original London Cast - Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Ensemble/Harry/Joe/Sammy/Dr Kool/Miss Wilde in Flashdance the Musical (Original London Cast - Shaftesbury Theatre); Ensemble/Rebel Leader in We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre); Ensemble in Evita (Dominion Theatre) and Lead Vocalist in Homemade Fusion (Ambassadors Theatre).


Off-Westend credits include: Dance Captain/Ensemble/Heavenly Friend Joshua in Carousel (Arcola Theatre).


Regional credits include: Brad/Corney Colins/Wilber in Hairspray  (Leicester Curve); Louis/Van Der Gelder in Hello Dolly! (Leicester Curve); Ensemble in Evita (Bill Kenwright - UK Tour); Prince Leo Hanson in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Cork Opera House); Prince Frederick in Rapunzel, a New Musical (Gordon Craig Theatre) and Springtime For Hitler SS Soldier in The Producers (Gordon Craig Theatre).


European credits include: Turnov/Espresso/Rusty/Electra in Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany).


Cast Recording credits include: Lord of the Rings the Musical.


Producing credits include: Make Me a Song (Charing Cross Theatre); Anton Stephans, Liz Robertson, Sapphire Soul, Worbey and Farrell and Anne Hampton Callaway and Liz Callaway in 'Sibling Revelry' (all Hippodrome Casino, Leicester Sq, London).


Award Nominations include: Broadway World Award Nomination for Best Theatrical Event in London 2015 with Sibling Revelry.


Follow Joseph on Twitter and Instagram at @joe_connor1234.

SAMANTHA IVEY

Training: Millennium Performing Arts


Samantha has recently completed a run playing Beggar Woman (understudy Mrs Lovett) in Sweeney Todd (The English Theatre Frankfurt). Whilst in training Samantha played the role of Babe Williams in the Pyjama Game. 


Samantha performs in concerts all over the world. She has performed at the Royal Festival Hall for Soft Cell’s Marc Almond and played the leading lady in the UK tour of ‘Rockin Through The Ages’. Other venues performed at include the Hippodrome Casino, The Phesantry, the Union Theatre and many of the children’s hospitals around London for the charity ‘Spread A Smile’.

ASHLEIGH JONES

Originally from Plymouth, Ashleigh trained at the London School of Musical Theatre.


Recent Credits include: Tanya in Mamma Mia! (Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas); The Show Must Go On, Queen Tour (Korea) Lead Vocalist (Cunard's Queen Victoria); A Spectacular Night of Queen (European Tour); One Night in Vegas (European Tour); Emma Goldman (Understudy Mother) in Ragtime (Landor Theatre); HMS Pinafore (Chichester Festival Theatre); Estelle in The Full Monty (Charing Cross Theatre) and Bet in Oliver! (UK National Tour).


Recordings: Somewhere in My Mind.

REECE KERRIDGE

Training: Laine Theatre Arts Theatre

Recent Credits include: Brexit/Cover Rusty in Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany); Opigez/Husband in The House of Worth (Workshop); Ensemble and Cover Lord Farquaad in Shrek the Musical (UK and Ireland Tour); Ensemble in The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre); Ensemble in Our House (Union Theatre); Ensemble/Cover Aladdin in Aladdin (Bournemouth Pavilion); Silly Billy in Jack and the Beanstalk (Clonter Opera Theatre); Ensemble/Cover Muddles in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford) and Ensemble/Cover Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk (Wyvern Theatre, Swindon).

Film Credits include: Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again.


Recording credits include: Change of Heart (Concept Album Recording).


Reece is the co-host for a brand new weekly Musical Theatre radio show Sit In the Stalls which broadcasts every Sunday from 2pm-4pm on the UK Radio Network.


Instagram: @reecekerridgeofficial
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