INTERNATIONAL TOUR CAST & CREATIVE
Faye is best known for her role as Kate Connor in ITV1’s Coronation Street, for which she won a
National Television Award.
Training: Guildford School of Acting.
Theatre includes: Princess Fiona in Shrek (National Tour); Ann/Edna in That Day We Sang (Royal Exchange Theatre) directed by Victoria Wood; Liesl in The Sound Of Music (Open Air Theatre) directed by Rachel Kavanaugh; Elle Woods in Legally Blonde (National Tour); Frenchy in Grease (Piccadilly Theatre).
Television includes: Dancing On Ice (ITV); Agnes Franklin in Our Girl (BBC); Helena in Atlantis (BBC).
Matron "Mama" Morton
Matron "Mama" Morton
Sinitta started her career as an actress who could sing and dance, appearing in several West End musicals including Cats, Little Shop Of Horrors, Hair, Smokey Joe’s Cafe and Mutiny! starring as the leading lady, Maimiti, alongside David Essex and Sir Frank Finlay. It was after seeing her in this role that Sir Ben Kingsley cast Sinitta in his feature film The Foreign Bodies.
Whilst enjoying an incredible time in film and theatre, Sinitta was simultaneously presenting a very successful children’s acting television program called The Wall Game for Thames TV, along with her own self-penned chat show on MTV.
Signed by the young Simon Cowell to his independent record label while still a teenager, Sinitta made 15 international hit pop records and became an official triple threat, dominating the music charts and teen culture during the late ’80s through ’90s globally.
From the mid-’00s Sinitta has remained in the spotlight, becoming a mentor to young emerging talent and as Simon Cowell’s right-hand-woman on The X Factor.
Sinitta is Godmother of Pride London and mentor to LGBTQ+ Artists for Pride’s Got Talent. Sinitta performs annually on several of the Pride Platforms: The BAME Stage, The Trafalgar Square Stage and The Women’s Stage.
Most recently Sinitta has formed her own production company, Attinis Productions, making numerous reality show appearances and music festival performances, and continuing to develop new artists. With a varied career that spans five decades, Sinitta is delighted to be back onstage where she belongs – “Right Back Where She Started From!”
Divina De Campo
Divina De Campo
Divina De Campo (the stage name of Owen Farrow) is a seasoned British drag queen and singer. Known for her high soprano and four-octave range, Divina has been featured on national television programs including The Voice, All Together Now, and most recently on the first season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.
Training: Italia Conti.
Theatre includes: Lily St. Regis in Annie (Piccadilly); Mona and Liz in CHICAGO (Garrick, Cambridge & Adelphi); Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (New London); Beautiful and Damned (Lyric); Bombalurina in Cats (Kilworth House Theatre); Lily St. Regis in Annie (UK/European Tour); Rizzo in Grease (Curve Leicester and Dubai); Anita in West Side Story (UK Tour); Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour); Harley Quinn in Batman Live (US Tour); Jazmin/alternate Alex Owens in Flashdance (Original UK Tour); Carmen in Fame (European Tour) and Brooke in Noises Off (Birmingham Repertory Theatre).
Screen credits include: Beast (Agile Films); Alexandra in I Give It A Year (Studio Canal); series regular Scarlett/Esme on Trapped! (BBC).
Training: Guildford School of Acting & YSD Theatre School.
Theatre credits include: Ogie in Waitress (Adelphi Theatre); Mendel in Falsettos (The Other Palace); Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys And Dolls (Théâtre Marigny, Paris); Gangster 2 in Kiss Me, Kate (Sheffield Crucible); Kevin Murgatroyd in Fat Friends (UK Tour); Cover Dewey in School Of Rock (New London Theatre); Eddie Ryan in Funny Girl (Menier Chocolate Factory & Savoy, West End); Ensemble/Dance captain & u/s Leo Bloom in The Producers (UK Tour); Swing in Urinetown (St. James Theatre & Apollo Theatre); Eddie & Dr. Scott in The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour); Ensemble & u/s Joey in Sister Act (UK Tour); Dick in Dick Whittington (Milton Keynes); Swing in Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace, West End); Riff in West Side Story (Royal Northern College of Music); Soloist in A Night At The Musicals (Lyceum Theatre, Crewe).
TV and film credits include: Tagging Man in Girlfriends (ITV); Featured Performer for Move Like Michael Jackson (Trailer) for BBC 3; Jim in Coronation Street (Granada Television); Dean in Girls in Love (ITV); Philip in Grange Hill (BBC Television); World In Action (ITV); Small Boy in In Suspicious Circumstances (ITV), Commercials include Dreams & Best Buy.
Workshops include: Ensemble in Billy Elliot (Sadler’s Wells/Peter Darling); Groundhog Day (Old Vic/Peter Darling).