DAVID THAXTON


In 2016 David appeared as Pilate in the acclaimed Timothy Sheeder/Drew McOnie production of Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.


As a member of the National Youth Music Theatre, David was part of the world premiere of Richard Taylor's Warchild. He was a soloist at the opening gala for the Wales Millennium Centre in 2004 and created the role of the Wolf in the world premiere of John Doyle's The Tailor’s Daughter (Welsh National Youth Opera). Other work includes Foreman in Trial by Jury, and the subsequent Chandos recording (BBC National Orchestra of Wales, St David's Hall), Nick Shadow in The Rake's Progress (Wales Millennium Centre), Sweeney Todd (Norwich Playhouse), Harasta in The Cunning Little Vixen (Cardiff Sherman) and Tarquinius in The Rape of Lucretia. He then joined the ensemble in Les Misérables at the Queen's Theatre, playing the parts of Courfeyrac and Bamatabois, and understudying the roles of Enjolras and the Bishop of Digne. He later returned to Les Misérables, as Enjolras, playing the role for two years.

NANCY SULLIVAN


In 2016 Nancy appeared in the world premiere of Fabric, a new one-woman play written by Abi Zakarian. Fabric won an Edinburgh Fringe First award and Nancy won The Stage Edinburgh Award for her performance in Fabric at the Underbelly.


Nancy’s first job was working for Andrew Lloyd Webber at his prestigious Sydmonton Festival (2005), playing the role of Jenny in the world premier of The Likes Of Us. This was the first show Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote together, the cast included Stephen Fry, Sally Anne Triplett, Hannah Waddingham and Michael Simkins. Nancy can be



David then went on to play Giorgio in the Donmar Warehouse revival of the Sondheim/Lapine musical Passion. For this role he won the 2011 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical.


Other credits include Javert in Les Miserables (Queen’s), Major John Howard in the world premiere of Only The Brave (Wales Millennium Centre), Raoul in Love Never Dies (Adelphi), Maximillian in Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory) and appearing in West End Men (Vaudeville) alongside Lee Mead and Matt Willis.


David is also a founder member of the band Divisions. All info on recordings and live dates can be found at www.divisionsmusic.com.

Nancy also created the role of Chloe for the new Take That musical, Never Forget, which completed a No.1 UK Tour in 2007. Nancy's performance can be seen on the Never Forget DVD filmed by Universal Pictures and heard on the cast recording. She then went on to appear as Eponine in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre).


Since leaving Les Misérables, Nancy has gone on to work on independent British films, new writing and other stage works. Roles include; Joanne in What If Like Me (British Film - winner of the Rimini Festival), Shy in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Union Theatre), Les Misérables (Movie) directed by Tom Hooper, Anthea in Judy The Righteous (Trafalgar Studios and Kings Head Theatre), Sandy in Smile Baby Smile (British Film), Alex in Take Away (short film), U/S and played Leah and Sandra in Beautiful Thing (Arts Theatre), Sherbet Gravel in Fastest Clock in the Universe (Old Red Lion) Little Voice in The Rise & Fall of Little Voice (West Yorkshire Playhouse and Birmingham Rep).

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heard on the cast recording of The Likes Of Us and appeared on BBC Radio 2's Friday Night Is Music Night performing the role in concert. Further credits include Little Becky in the Tony Award winning musical, Urinetown (London Workshop), Nicola in Stephen Poliakoff’s Hitting Town, Cinderella in Cinderella, Lisa in Footballer's Wives  (ITV), Lucy in Love Me Dorothy at the Edinburgh Festival,   U/S Dorothy in the RSC version of The Wizard Of Oz for the West Yorkshire Playhouse.