As an actress, musical director and vocal coach Claire has performed in the West End, on tour in the UK and internationally. As an actor-musician she played Vi Petty in ‘Buddy’ at the Victoria Palace and Strand Theatres, toured in ‘Walking on Sunshine’, and ‘Gold’ for Hull Truck. Other West End productions range from Roald Dahl’s ‘The BFG’ at the Aldwych to Moliere’s ‘Le Misanthrope’ at the Players. A founder member of acclaimed trio Bellacapella Claire has written and performed original cabaret material throughout the world and extensively for BBC radio. Claire was casting director for Fractured Films and spent several years as a partner in a Central London agency.
A casting director, director and lyricist, Beth’s West End credits range from ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ to ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ (casting and resident director). Other casting credits include Sting’s ‘The Last Ship’ (Toronto), ‘The Bodyguard’ (West End/UK Tour/Toronto/Cologne/Vienna), ‘Annie’ (West End, UK tour, China and Toronto), ‘Hot Flush’, Craig Revel Horwood’s ‘Chess’, ‘I Dreamed a Dream – the Susan Boyle Story’ and ten repertory seasons for P&O Cruises. Beth regularly contributes lyrics to Qdos pantomimes around the country and has written original lyrics for ‘Santa Claus and the Christmas Adventure’ as well as co-writing the song ‘One True Love’ for Marti Pellow’s album ‘Love to Love – Volume II’. In her time as general manager for Michael Harrison Entertainment the company presented ‘Gypsy’ with Imelda Staunton (Savoy Theatre), ‘The Bodyguard’ starring Beverley Knight, ‘Annie’ with Craig Revel Horwood and Lesley Joseph and ‘Barnum’ starring Brian Conley.
Linda is the founder and creator of London’s Landor Theatre which she ran for nine years from 1994, producing outstanding musical revivals including ‘City of Angels’, ‘The Apple Tree’ and ‘Into the Woods’ amongst many others, all to great critical acclaim. Linda has worked in company and stage management and lighting design for more than 30 years and became the youngest production manager in the country at age nineteen. She went on to work extensively in repertory, touring and the West End.