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Shona trained at the Royal Academy of music where she won the Ronald White Prize for Acting Through Song.
Theatre credits include: I Capture The Castle, Mamma Mia; Florence Vassy in Craig Revel Horwood's award winning UK touring production of Chess which transferred to Toronto, Standby and playing Elphaba in Wicked (Apollo Victoria), Betty in Shout (UK Tour and Arts Theatre), All the Fun of the Fair with David Essex (Garrick), Usherette/Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour and Playhouse London), Lisa and Sophie Sheridan in MAMMA MIA! (Prince Edward), Miss Gordon in Michael Grandage's award winning Merrily We Roll Along (Donmar) and understudying and playing Eponine and Cosette in Les Misérables (UK Tour).
Other work includes: Solo cabaret and concert artist appearances at venues such as The Pheasantry, Pizza on the Park, Queen Elizabeth Hall and The Royal Albert Hall in an Elton John concert. She was also a guest performer on Friday Night is Music Night for BBC Radio 2.
Recordings include: When Midnight Strikes, Zipp! and All the Fun of the Fair cast recordings and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy soundtrack. Shona's debut album 'I'll Bring You a Song' was released in 2011. She is also an experienced voiceover artist.
SUNDAY AT THE MUSICALS Sunday at the Musicals is a special one-night concert being produced by Paul Burton and Paul Burton Productions in aid of the Royal Variety Charity (formerly the Entertainment Artistes Benevolent Fund). This year’s concert will take place in the Studio Theatre of the St. James Theatre, London, on Sunday 5th June 2016 at 7.30...
From Page To Stage From Page To Stage (FPTS) is a three week summer festival of new international musical theatre, produced and curated by Katy Lipson’s acclaimed Aria Entertainment. Twenty professionally produced new musicals will be performed at all stages of development, in every corner of The Other Palace: from talks and extracts of shows in t...