Date 1 to 10 is an eclectic mix of spoken word, poetry and a rock/pop score presenting 10 specific dates from a story where two lovers, who stem from abusive childhoods, embark upon a journey of love by dealing with the pains of their past.
Jessica trained at the Arts Educational Schools London, graduating in 2014 with a BA (hons) Musical Theatre. Her professional credits include ensemble in the workshop of Guy Fawkes - A New Musical by Nick Butcher and Michael Taylor Matus and as a backing vocalist on Kerry Ellis' new self-titled album. Roles whilst training include Piper in Hitchhiking Across America, Alma Hix in The Music Man and ensemble/singing captain in Soho Cinders.
Jess has also sung at the Olivier Awards (2013, 2014) and with Kerry Ellis at the London Palladium (2013). Jessica is a frequent soloist at concerts and has recently appeared at the Pheasantry in The Spark of Creation: Highlights from the Songbook of Stephen Schwartz with the New Musicals Network and at the Leicester Square Theatre for Christmas with the Stephen Sondheim Society. Jessica is thrilled to be playing Ruth in Date 1 - 10 and can't wait to see what the future holds for this exciting new musical.
Recently graduated from The Arts Educational Schools, London. CREDITS: Stan in the ‘Porn Virgins’ at the Phoenix Artist Club, Snake/Balladeer/Narrator in’ ‘The Apple Tree’ at the Ye Olde Rose and Crown and Joshua in the world premiere of Soviet Zion - Lost Theatre.
Daniel has a Russian, German and Israeli background.
Film Credits: Prometheus Rising dir. Diana Fröse, The Honourable Rebel dir. Mike Fraser. Since graduating he has had the opportunity to dive successfully into various aspects of the industry. His most recent work was "You won't succeed on Broadway,if you don't have any Jews" at the Garrick Theatre which he also Co-Produced
West End: OTHER DESERT CITIES (Old Vic); STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (Gielgud); Miss Pross in A TALE OF TWO CITIES (Charing Cross); Mrs Morrison in LEGACY FALLS (New Players). US National Tours: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA; M. BUTTERFLY. Off-Broadway: Thought Girl in OPAL.
Additional credits: Velma in HAIRSPRAY (Gordon Craig and Macau) Phyllis in FOLLIES, Desiree in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC and Mrs Medlock in THE SECRET GARDEN (Yvonne Arnaud) and Carlotta in the UK Premiere of Yeston and Kopit’s PHANTOM.
TV: Ruthie Lampert in LOCKED UP ABROAD (National Geographic) Margaret Lawson in SUSPICION: SHADOW OF A DOUBT, Mrs Gallagher in OBSESSION: DARK DESIRES (Discovery). Film: Joan in SABLE FABLE; DCI Katherine Leonard in FLOTSAM; Beatrice in MUSTARD; Cathy in REBEL; Jennifer in 1,000 DREAMS; and Heather in IN TWO.
Pippa also tours with her solo cabaret JUST A HOUSEWIVE
Chiarina graduated from the Italia Conti Academy of Performing Arts in 2013 with the top award for Musical Theatre.
Professional Credits Include: Lead girl - Twin Atlantic 'Hold On' (music video - acting) Charlene - Solitary (short film) Lead girl - Journey (short film) Ensemble and featured soloist -'Pretty Woman' Workshop (Studio 74) Featured dancer - Ashea 'Let You Go'
Credits Whilst Training: Rosalind - As You Like It Sandy Dumbrowski - Grease Soloist/ensemble - Significance of Seven Chiarina is delighted to perform in the new musical 'Date 1 to 10' at The Landor.
Laura originally trained in contemporary dance at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, she then continued her musical theatre training with
Associated Studios Credits include: Suicide Shop (Tristan Bates) Black Horse (Lost Theatre) Dick! (Leicester Square Theatre) Mabel in Fame the Musical (Gordon Craig Theatre.) Measure for Measure (Union Theatre) News Revue (Canal Cafe Theatre) Macbeth (Glyndebourne Festival & Touring Opera, Opera De Lille)
Gary began his performance career in 2012, aged 51. Since then, he has played, Judge Brack in, Hedda Gabler, appeared in the award winning, Epidemic, produced by the Old Vic, and made his feature film debut in, Les Miserables, with Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe. His West End stage debut was in December 2013 at the, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, where he played, an Ugly Sister. He most recently appeared in, Damn Yanks at the Landor where he played, Joe Boyd and Welch.
After beginning her training at the age of 11 at Arts Educational Schools Tring Park, Remy went on to study Musical Theatre at The MTA in London. Credits whilst training include Electra (The Courtyard Theatre) directed by Helen Evans, Lia's Guide to Winning the Lottery (The Bridewell Theatre) directed by Ryan McBryde and, Just So (The Bridewell Theatre) directed by Christian Durham.
Since graduating in September 2014, Remy has played Hero in Much Ado About Nothing and Mammilius/Perdita in The Winter’s Tale, as part of The Shakespeare Sessions' acclaimed productions at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre.