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Training: Urdang Academy and The Hammond Ballet School.
Theatre includes: Mary Poppins (Prince Edward), Man Of La Mancha (London Coliseum), Wicked (Apollo Victoria), Cats (Blackpool and London Palladium), swing in West Side Story (UK tour).
Television Credits: Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures), The Knife That Killed Me (Green Street Productions).
Other credits include: featured dancer for Ader’s Landshapes (music video), featured dancer for Love Criminal’s Magalie (Music video), dancer in My Face My Body Awards show.
Mary Poppins Mary Poppins is one of the biggest stage musical successes to emerge from London or New York in recent years. Worldwide, the six productions of the show have grossed over $521 million, welcomed over 7 million guests and cumulatively run for over 12 years. The musical is the winner of 36 major theatre awards around the globe, including...
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We love it when an understudy steps fully into the spotlight so splendiforous congrats to Alice Fearn, who is a standby Elphaba no more. She's joined by Sophie Evans as Glinda and several other WICKED newbies from 24 July 2017 at the Apollo Victoria...