Award-winning actor and solo artist Lucie Jones first came to prominence when she reached the finals of ITV’s The X Factor in 2009. Quickly winning the hearts of the nation, she became a household name to the millions of viewers who supported her and watched her perform week after week. Following the TV show, Lucie embarked on a 56-date national arena tour with her fellow contestants, performing to sell-out crowds. Lucie is a lead vocalist on the number-one single You Are Not Alone, recorded by the 2009 The X Factor finalists. Since then, Lucie has performed all over the world as a solo artist and in many musical theatre productions to great acclaim.
Lucie recently performed a successful run in the coveted role of Jenna Hunterson in Waitress (Adelphi Theatre, London) and she received five-star reviews across the board and won three awards for her performance.
In 2017, Lucie was approached by a panel of record label executives and BBC producers to take part in the UK live televised final of Eurovision: You Decide to represent the United Kingdom at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine. Lucie was delighted to win the public vote and subsequently released her first solo single and music video for her song Never Give Up on You.
In 2020, Lucie performed a live concert to a sold-out audience at London’s Adelphi Theatre. Accompanied by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra, the concert was recorded for a live album - Lucie Jones - Live at The Adelphi.
Other Theatre credits include: Fantine in Les Miserables concert (Sondheim Theatre), Martha Percy in Treason (Cadogan Hall), Heidi in Title of Show (London Coliseum), Maureen in Rent (The Other Palace and UK Tour), Elle Woods in Legally Blonde (Leicester Curve, UK Tour and South Korea Opera House: Winner of the Daegu International Music Festival’s Best Actress in a Musical Award), Cosette in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre), Victoria in American Psycho (Almeida), Molly in Ghost (International Tour), Emily in A Christmas Carol (Lyceum) and Lou in Girlfriends (Bishopsgate Institute – both for LMTO), Meatloaf in We Will Rock You (International Arena Tour) and Holly in The Wedding Singer (UK Tour).
TV credits include: Midsomer Murders and The Sarah Jane Adventures.
Sandra played the role of Jessie Dingle in ITV's Emmerdale for 2 years.
Theatre credits include: Waitress (West End), Romantics Anonymous (Bristol Old Vic/US Tour), The Thunder Girls (The Lowry Theatre), Committee (Donmar Warehouse), Stepping Out (West End), ShowBoat (West End & Sheffield Crucible), Chicago (Leicester Curve), City of Angels (Donmar Warehouse), Ragtime and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Porgy and Bess (West End), Cool Hand (West End), Hairspray (West End & two UK and Ireland tours).
TV credits include: Citizen Khan, The Royal Variety Show, Loose Women, Good Morning Britain, This Morning and Children in Need.
Film credits include: Sandra appears in the movie Florence Foster Jenkins, and sings the title track on the Grammy winning soundtrack for the George Clooney film, Gravity.
Concerts include: In 2016 Sandra performed with Kate Bush in her 22 date sold-out Before the Dawn concerts and features on her live album of the same name. Sandra has performed with several other artists including Liam Gallagher, Tim Burgess and The Charlatans, also featuring on their album Modern Nature, and joined Michael Ball OBE on several of his UK tours as a guest vocalist.
Evelyn played the role of Dawn in Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre, London.
Theatre credits include: Assassins (Nottingham Playhouse/Watermill); Cruel Intentions (Bill Kenwright); Mayfly (Orange Tree Theatre); Mrs Henderson Presents (Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto); Peter and the Starcatcher (Royal and Derngate); Carrie (Southwark Playhouse); Hero's Welcome (UK Tour, Off-Broadway); This Is My Family (Sheffield Crucible, UK Tour); The Boy Who Fell Into A Book (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Peter Pan (US Tour); The Secret Garden (Birmingham Rep); and Spring Awakening (Lyric Hammersmith, West End).
TV credits include: A Confession (ITV); The Sound of Music Live (ITV); Casualty; Holby City; Doctors (BBC); and Misfits (E4).
Concerts include: The Hired Man (Cadogan Hall); Christmas with the Stars (Royal Albert Hall); Peter Pan (Adelphi); and Cool Rider (Lyric, West End).
Matt has been acting since a young age and is also well known for his band Busted who went on to become one of the biggest pop success stories of the early noughties. They released four No.1 UK singles, two multi-platinum albums, sold over 4 million albums in the UK and won two Brit Awards.
Theatre credits include: Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (Dominion), Fiyero in Wicked (Apollo Victoria), Orin Scrivello in Little Shop of Horrors (Regent’s Park Open Air), Chuck Cranson in Footloose (UK Tour) and Nick Hurley in Flashdance (Shaftsbury).
TV/Film includes: Madness in the Method (Autumnwood Media), Eastenders (BBC), Allies (Summerwood Media), Birds of a Feather (ITV), Casualty (BBC), and Miss Marple (ITV).