Richard has enjoyed a professionalperforming career since he was 11. His adult career was mostly spent with P&O Cruises, including maiden seasons of Aurora and Oceana.
Upon settling back in the UK, he joined Solihull On Stage, with roles in Footloose (Chuck Cranston) and West Side Story (Riff). As Director he has produced Return to the Forbidden Planet (SOS) in 2011 and The Addams Family (KMS) in 2015.
He then enjoyed a 4-year tenure with Peterbrook Players directing their productions of “Singin In The Rain” (2017), “Spamalot” (2018), “Legally Blonde” (2019) and their March/April 2020 production of “Barnum”
Suzanne took to the stage at the age of 2, after attending her mother’s dance classes in her hometown of Swindon.
She has performed a variety of dance styles, from ballet in the English National Ballet’s Nutcracker, the Rhythms of the Celts European tour and dancing on cruise ships.
She joined Peterbrook Players in 2005 and was their choreographer for a decade from 2010 - 2020.
Chris studied at the Royal Northern College of Music and now works as a musical director, composer and musician.
Musical Direction credits include: Barnum, Legally Blonde, The Hired Man, My Fair Lady, Witches of Eastwick, A Tale of Two Cities and Carousel.He has worked extensively as a session musician (drums, percussion & keyboards) with a diverse range of artists from S Club 7 to Welsh National Opera.
As a composer, he has scored 4 feature films (recently Messalina’s Offer which is currently streaming on Amazon Prime) alongside 30+ short films and work for television, stage and games.
Adam started helping backstage for shows at The Core Theatre 24 years ago.
At the age of 21 he turned professional and worked as a rigger on the West End productions of Les Misérables, We Will Rock You and The Lion King as well as TV shows such as Ant and Decs Saturday Night Takeaway, The BBC Music Awards and Sports Personality of the Year.
Before becoming a H&S Manager for Jaguar Land Rover, Adam spent 11 years managing the rigging for the NIA and NEC Arenas.