VICTORIA FARLEY

Victoria is the founder and creative director of West End Theatre Workshops. Victoria trained at Trinity College of Music and The London School of Musical Theatre.

Theatre credits include: Standby Glinda in Wicked (UK & International Tour); Cover Glinda in Wicked (UK & Ireland Tour), Cover Cosette in 25th Anniversary Production of Les Miserables (International Tour), Cinderella in Cinderella for QDOS Entertainment alongside Joe McElderry and Ryan Thomas; Rosa Budd in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, West End Revival (Arts Theatre); Kathy Kirby in Kathy Kirby: Icon (Etcetera Theatre).


SOPHIE ISAACS

Sophie trained at the London School of Musical Theatre and has extensive credits including:

Janet in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (European tour); Margot and cover for Elle in Legally Blonde (UK Tour); Frenchy in Grease (Leicester Curve); Sandra in Made in Dagenham (West End); Cover for Lauren in Kinky Boots (West End); Amber in Hairspray (Singapore & Kuala Lumpur) and Heather MacNamara in the recent London workshop of Heathers the Musical.


PHILIP COMLEY

Philip trained at Laine Theatre Arts in Epsom graduating with teaching qualifications from the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance.

Performance credits include: We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre, CATSUK and International tours, Grease at the Piccadilly Theatre, Beauty and the Beast UK tour, Original London Cast of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium. Philip was also featured in the Making of DVD and the Original London Cast Recording. Choreography credits include: Associate Choreographer We Will Rock You Sao Paulo, Brazil, Royal Caribbean Cruises and the recent Danish stadium tour. Ragtime Landor Theatre, Clapham.


HARRY BLUMENAU

Casting Director at Debbie O’Brien Casting & Director

Casting credits include: American Idiot (Arts Theatre / UK Tour), Thriller Live (Lyric Theatre & UK/International tour), Jackie The Musical (UK Tour), Our House (UK Tour), Starlight Express (UK Tour and Bochum), Grease (UK Tour), Close To You (Criterion Theatre), Dirty Dancing (UK tour), Sinatra – The Man and His Music (London Palladium), Footloose (UK Tour), Kinky Boots (Children’s Casting – Adelphi Theatre), Annie (Children’s Casting – UK Tour & West End/Cork Opera House), Bodyguard (Children’s casting, Adelphi Theatre & UK Tour), The King and I (UK Tour), Carnaby Street (UK Tour), Beauty and the Beast (Cork Opera House), My Little Musical: Rainbow Rocks (Asian Arena Tour), Sister Act (Dublin, National Concert Hall), Five Guys Named Moe (Edinburgh/Udderbelly), Let It Shine (BBC), The Snowman (Peacock Theatre & UK Tour), Singing in the Rain and Legally Blonde (Kilworth House Theatre),  Treasure Island (Birmingham Rep), Only a Day, Godiva Rocks and Cougar the Musical (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry), Tenderly (New Wimbledon), Legally Blonde, 9 to 5 : The Musical, Breaking Up is Hard To Do (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Theory of Relativity (The Drayton Arms Theatre), Soho Cinders, Honk and Unravelling (Union Theatre), Park Chinois Cabaret (Mayfair),  Carnival Cruises, Aida Cruises, P&O Cruises, NCL (UK Casting), Tenors of Rock (UK Casting), vocal scout for X-Factor.

Director credits include: Imagine This (Union Theatre, London); resident director for Jackie the musical (UK tour).


ANDREW BRYANT

Training: Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts

Credits include: Jersey Boys (International Tour); Wicked (Apollo Theatre); Noah Claypole in Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible); I.Q. in Hairspray (National Tour); World Premiere and West End transfer of Terry Johnson’s Mrs Henderson presents; Mad Hatter’s Tea Party for ZooNation at the Camden Roundhouse.


OMARI BERNARD

Training: Millennium Performing Arts, Central School of Ballet and South London Dance Studios.

Theatre work includes: ‘The Bodyguard’ West End and UK Tour; ‘Fame’ UK Tour; Starlight Express’ Germany and Asia Tour; ‘The Philip Lawrence Awards’, ‘Cinderella’ (2009), Lisa Donmall ‘One Woman Show’, Kerry Ellis’s ‘The Greatest British Song book series’ featuring ‘Brain May’,  ‘Dick Whittington’ playing ‘Tommy the Cat’,  English National Opera’s ‘Two Boys’ Playing ‘Agent Sure’, ‘The Prodigals’ playing ‘Luke James’ A.K.A ‘Disco’, English National Opera’s ‘Castor and Pulloxs’ playing ‘Linsaous’.

Omari’s commercial work includes ‘Nike Promotional Advert’, ‘CBBC Numberjacks, Katie Tunstall ‘Hold On’ video, More4 ident ’50 Greatest Musicals’, BBC ident ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, Tinchy Stryder ‘Take The World’ video.