Carrie Hope Fletcher
Theatre includes: Brenda in The Christmasaurus Live (Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith), Wednesday in The Addams Family (Music and Lyrics), Eponine in Les Misérables (Dubai – Cameron Mackintosh), Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Music and Lyrics), Eponine in Les Misérables (Queen’s), Beth in Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds (arena tour), Wind in the Willows (Regent’s Park Open Air), Jane Banks in Mary Poppins (Disney Theatrical/Cameron Mackintosh), Jemima in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Young Eponine in Les Misérables. Television includes: In Two Minds, Break Kids, Princess Beatrix in Wilhelmina and Dog & Duck.
Concerts include: Carrie’s solo concert debut in 2018 where she sold out four shows of When the Curtain Falls at Cadogan Hall over one weekend and played to over 3,000 fans. Other concerts include Edges (Prince of Wales), Andrew Lippa in Concert, Sheytoons in Concert (St James) and Ramin Karimloo’s 2012 tour Road to Find Out.
Music includes: Carrie’s debut solo album When the Curtain Falls, released in March 2018 and produced by 2300 RECORDS, went straight into the Top 20 UK Album Charts and number two in the iTunes Soundtrack Charts.
Presenting includes: Backstage Host of the 2018 Olivier Awards at the Royal Albert Hall and Host of the 2016 Olivier Awards in the Piazza. Books include: Carrie’s first book All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully, released in 2015; her second book, On the Other Side, released in July 2016; her third, All That She Can See, released in 2017; and her fourth, When The Curtain Falls, released in July 2018. Awards and nominations include: Best Actress in a Musical WhatsOnStage Award for Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family and Best Take Over in a Role WhatsOnStage Award for Eponine in Les Misérables. Social Media: alongside her acting, literary and music career, Carrie is an established online presence with over 537,000 followers on Twitter, 468,000 on Instagram and over 651,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel with over 1 million views every month.
Theatre includes: Story Edward in Big Fish (The Other Palace), Ben in Lazarus (King’s Cross Theatre), George Jacob Holyoake in A Subject of Scandal and Concern (Finborough), Jake in Stay Awake Jake (The Vaults), Joe in Bend it Like Beckham (Phoenix), Anthony in Sweeney Todd (Welsh National Opera), Nathan in House of Mirrors and Hearts (Arcola), Eddie in Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse), The Light Princess (NT), Rock of Ages (Shaftesbury), Love Story (Duchess), Jean Prouvaire in Les Misérables (international tour) and Spring Awakening (Novello and Lyric Hammersmith).
Film includes: The Nun (New Line Cinema), Les Misérables (Working Title Films), Euphoria of Drowning and Wild Oats.
Television includes: Story Edward (Royal Variety Show), Rory Storm in Cilla (ITV), The 85th Academy Awards (Dolby Theatre) and Joly in Les Misérables 25th Anniversary Concert (O2).
Theatre includes: Myth (The Other Palace), Wicked (UK and international tour), The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Waterloo East Theatre), War of the Worlds (Dominion), Legally Blonde (Kilworth House), Jesus Christ Superstar (UK tour), Fame (UK tour), The Theory of Relativity (Drayton Arms Theatre), Miracle on 34th Street (UK tour), Tina Turner Arena Experience (Holland), Bare: The Rock Opera (Greenwich Theatre), Rent (Tabard Theatre), Follies (Yvonne Arnaud) and 3 Composers 3 Countries (Landor Theatre).
Training: Guildford School of Acting.
Theatre includes: Radio 1 in Caroline, or Change (Hampstead Theatre), understudy Sarah Brown in Guys & Dolls (Royal Exchange, Manchester), Squeak in The Color Purple: In Concert (Cadogan Hall), Queen in the Life (Southwark Playhouse – winner of the Off West End Award for Best Female Performance in a Musical), The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales), understudy Lorraine in Love Me Tender (No.1 UK tour) and Stax Sister in The Blues Brothers (Arts).
Film includes: Elle.
Theatre includes: Janet in The Rocky Horror Show (European tour), Frenchy in Grease (Leicester Curve), Kinky Boots (Adelphi), Sandra Beaumont in Made in Dagenham (Adelphi), Fairy Willow Web in Robin Hood (Cambridge Theatre), Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray (Kuala Lampur and Singapore), Margot in Legally Blonde the Musical, Beauty in Sleeping Beauty (Richmond Theatre), Joanne in Godspell (Union Theatre) and Toffee in Zombie Prom (Landor Theatre). Workshops include: Heather McNamara in Heathers, Ellie in Waterbabies and Miss Atomic Bomb.
Television includes: Children in Need 2016 (Kinky Boots), Tonight at the London Palladium 2016 (Kinky Boots), Children in Need 2015 (Made in Dagenham), Sunday Night at the London Palladium 2016 (Made in Dagenham), Hollyoaks and Little Fergie.
Recordings include: Kinky Boots and Made in Dagenham (both Original Cast Recordings).
Training: Arts Educational Schools, London.
Theatre includes: Martha in The Secret Garden (The Barn Theatre), Rent (UK tour/Michael Grandage), Debbie in Groundhog Day (Old Vic), Mama Bear/Ogre in Shrek (UK tour), Les Misérables (Queen’s), Princess Winnefred in Once Upon a Mattress (Union Theatre), Our House the Musical – 10th anniversary (Savoy) and Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray (Aberystwyth Arts Centre).
Workshops include: Debbie in Groundhog Day (Old Vic) and Lia’s Guide to Winning the Lottery (Perfect Pitch).
Television includes: Casualty.
Originally from Australia, Chris relocated to London after completing his performance internship as part of the Ward Studio Company, in New York and Philadelphia. Theatre includes: Here Lies Love (NT) and Martha Josie and the Chinese Elvis (Bolton Octagon and Hull Truck Theatre).
Film includes: The Night Bus (BFI Award nomination).
Television includes: Waterloo Road, Doctors and Neighbours.
Christopher is excited to be part of the UK premiere of Heathers.
Training: Arts Educational Schools, London, studying Musical Theatre.
Theatre includes: Ram in Heathers (The Other Palace), Rocky in The Rocky Horror Show (Playhouse Theatre/UK tour) and Rum Tum Tugger in Cats (RCCL with Really Useful Group).
Film and television include: The Keith Lemon Show, Humans and Introducing Lucy
Training: The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Theatre includes: West End – Cheryl Gillan MP in Committee (Donmar Warehouse), Mrs Banks in Mary Poppins (international tour), Rosie in Mamma Mia! (Novello), Carlotta Giudicelli in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s), Kate Monster/Lucy the Slut in Avenue Q (Noël Coward), Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins (Prince Edward), Jellylorum in Cats (New London), Oh, What a Lovely War! (NT), Bertrande De Rols in Martin Guerre (Prince Edward) and Guest Soloist in 30th Anniversary of Side by Side by Sondheim (Novello). Other theatre includes Isabelle in Moonfleet (Salisbury Playhouse), Mrs Cratchitt in A Christmas Carol (LMTO), Widow Corney in Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible), Gabrielle in Dear World (Charing Cross Theatre), Baroness Schraeder in The Sound of Music (JY Productions/Jordan), Guest Soloist in Sondheim Women (St James), Iris in The Tempest (Theatre Royal, Bath), Mary in Merrily We Roll Along (Theatr Clwyd), Svetlana Sergievsky in Chess (Princess of Wales, Toronto), Joan Aldrin in Moon Landing (Derby Playhouse), Gilda in Alfie (Watford Palace), Dorothy Fields Forever (King’s Head), Anna in After the Fair (King’s Head) and Nora in The Pirates of Penzance (West Yorkshire Playhouse). Workshops include: Emma Parker in Bonnie and Clyde (The Other Palace), Ms Fleming/Veronica’s Mom in Heathers (The Other Palace), Lady Dant in Flowers for Mrs Harris (Daniel Evans), Maria Ziegler in The Dancing Years, Jane Austen in Pride and Prejudice, Madame Villefort in The Count of Monte Cristo, Beatriz in Il Postino and Sophie in Mamma Mia! (Novello).
Recordings include: Bertrande de Rols in Martin Guerre, Guinevere in Pendragon and Joan Aldrin in Moonlanding (Original Cast Recordings).
Nathan most recently appeared as Exeter in Henry V at the New Generation Festival in Florence and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest at Sheffield Crucible and completed filming for Absentia (Series 2) for Sony Pictures/Amazon Prime, Good Omens by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett for BBC/Amazon, Sick of It coming to Sky One with Karl Pilkington and Informer with Paddy Considine for BBC.
Theatre includes: Prom Queen (The Other Palace), Disney’s Aladdin (Prince Edward Theatre), Dinner with Saddam (Menier Chocolate Factory), In The Heights (Southwark Playhouse), Urinetown (Apollo Theatre), Rock of Ages (Shaftesbury and Garrick Theatre), Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare’s Globe), A Small Family Business, The Rocky Horror Show and Miss Saigon.
Film and television include: The Voice UK Series 3 (as himself), London Road, Autopsy - The Last Days of John Belushi, Give Out Girls. Commercials include: Sainsburys, Tesco, Fonzies Italia, Phones 4 U, T-Mobile and Channel 4. Workshops include: King Kong, (Broadway), Thor & Loki, Catch Me If You Can and Infidel.
Theatre includes: Sam in Mamma Mia! (UK tour), Lazarus (King’s Cross Theatre), six years playing Tommy Devito in Jersey Boys (Prince Edward and Piccadilly Theatres), Rock in Mike Leigh’s Smelling a Rat, The Doctor and Murderer in Macbeth and Eduardo in Ben Elton’s Silly Cow (all fringe), Earl Blues in The Blues Brothers Meet the Soul Sisters, Brad Majors (UK) and Frank N Furter (Europe) in The Rocky Horror Show, Kenickie in Grease, Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar (Europe and UK) and Principal Vocalist in What a Feeling! (all touring), Principal Vocalist in All You Need is Love!, Zak Love in The Next Big Thing, Alternate Galileo and understudied Kashoggi and Britney Spears in We Will Rock You (all West End).
Other work includes: Jon’s debut solo album Three Four in 2012, a rock and blues project of which he is immensely proud and the popularity of which allowed for a successful Kickstarter project to fund the production of a new album – currently in session and to be released in 2018.
Training: Arts Educational Schools, London. Credits whilst training include: Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret, Opera Diva in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Amanda Prynne in Private Lives and Mrs Lovett in Sweeney Todd.
Theatre includes: She Loves Me (Landor Theatre), An Evening with Charlotte (54 Below) and Ferris & Milnes: Christmas Cracker (Ambassadors Theatre).
Television includes: runner-up on Britain’s Got Talent.
Other work includes: The Big Sing: Songs of Praise (Royal Albert Hall), Solitaire debut album (Sony Classical UK) and Olivier Awards Choir (Royal Albert Hall).
Charlotte is beyond THRILLED to be making her graduating debut in Heathers and would like to thank her friends, incredible family and Norma-Jean for their amazing support and unconditional love.
Understudies: Martha Dunnstock / Veronica’s Mom / Ms Fleming
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Credits whilst training include: Paulette Bonafonte in Legally Blonde, Veronica Douglas in Hoods, Dance Captain in Kiss Me, Kate (Almeida), Dance Captain in Steel Pier and Blanche Ingram in Jane Eyre.
Theatre includes: ensemble/cover Heather Chandler and Heather Duke in Heathers (The Other Palace), ensemble and cover Nicola in Kinky Boots (Adelphi), ensemble and cover Molly in Ghost (UK tour).
Understudies: Heather Chandler
Training: NYU Tisch New Studio.
Theatre includes: Luke in Next Thing You Know (US regional premiere), Bandleader in Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, New York), Tommy/Private Bonner in From Here to Eternity (Ogunquit Playhouse, USA), Combeferre in Les Misérables (Music Theatre West, California), Tony in West Side Story (Lambs Players Theatre, USA), Paul Hornung in Lombardi (Palace Theatre, Wisconsin), Enjolras in Les Misérables (Sharon Playhouse, USA), Ethan in Murder at the Gates (Peter Dubois and Steven Sater), Fritz in Swiss Family Robinson (New York Music Theatre Festival, NYC) and Les Misérables in Concert (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles).
Understudies: Ram’s Dad / Kurt’s Dad
Brandon Lee Sears
Theatre includes: Motown the Musical (West End), On the Town (Regent’s Park Open Air), Dirty Dancing (UK tour), My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls, Hamlet, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, Meet Me in St Louis and Othello (all New Harmony Theatre).
Film includes: Artemis Foul, The Widow, Cinderella and Marriage of Reason and Squalor.
Ballet includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Nashville Ballet), Cain and Abel (Evansville Dance Theatre), Don Quixote (Milwaukee Ballet), Fix (Nashville in Motion) and The Nutcracker (Milwaukee Ballet).
Understudies: Ram’s Dad / Kurt’s Dad
Training: Olivia recently graduated from Arts Educational Schools, London.
She is ecstatic to be making her professional debut in Heathers and would like to thank her family and friends for their continuous love and support!
Understudies: Veronica Sawyer, Heather McNamara
Training: Arts Educational Schools (2018). Credits whilst training include: Hot Dog Man in Bullets Over Broadway and ensemble in Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Other credits include: 2017 Olivier Awards and Disney’s Broadway Hits (Sky).
Alex is delighted to be making his professional debut in Heathers.
Understudies: Jason ‘J.D.’ Dean/ Ram Sweeney/ Kurt Kelly
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Credits whilst training include: Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Guy in Girlfriends, Billy in Billy Elliot, Joshua in Union S.C., Charlie Donnelly in Living Quarters, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Buggins/ Dance Captain in Half a Sixpence.
Theatre includes: Joly/1st Cover Marius in Les Misérables.
Recordings include: Our Season’s End cast recording.
Understudies: Jason ‘J.D’ Dean
Training: Royal Academy of Music. Credits whilst training include: Rosaline in Love’s Labour’s Lost, Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd (workshop), Carlotta in Follies (workshop), Elaine in Sunday in the Park with George (workshop), Amanda in The Glass Menagerie (workshop) and Tupolski in The Pillowman (workshop)
Theatre includes: Shirelle in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (UK tour) and The Headmistress in The Other School (NYMT).
Recordings include: Vita in Predrinks/Afterparty.
Understudies: Heather Duke