Cast and Creatives

Written by Ronnie Larsen
Directed by Robert McWhir
Produced by LAMBCO Productions
Lighting by Richard Lambert
Costumes by Paul Nicholas Dyke
Musical Direction Inga Davis-Rutter
Choreography by Robbie O’Reilly
Graphic Design by PND Productions
Photography by PND Productions
Production Assistant Angie Lawrence


Dave Lynn – Sally
Chris BrittonStanley
Richard Watkins – Lee
Ruth Petersen- Jill Johnson
Louie WestwoodBrian
Lucy Dobson – Judy
Helen StirlingMom
Sarah Day- Karen

CRUSH-1865 Dave Lynn
Theatre credits include: The Boys/Girls in the Band; Diamond; Dragula; Torch Song
Trilogy and My Night with Reg. Television and Film credits include: Faking It (Channel 4); Birds of a Feather, Wish You Were Here? and Coronation Street (ITV); EastEnders and Silent Witness (BBC); Mile High (Sky 1); Malice in Wonderland with Danny Dyer; Beautiful Thing and Victor/Victoria. Pantomime credits include: Cinderella with Torvill and Dean and Sinderfella.




CRUSH-1620Chris Britton
Training: LIPA (BA (Hons) degree in Acting (Performing Arts). Theatre credits whilst training include: Mark in A Chorus Line, Mark in Loyal Women, and Pirelli in Sweeney Todd. Theatre credits include: Lead Vocalist on cruise ships Silversea (Luna
Rossa Productions), Fred Olsen and Thomson (PEEL talent); What if this show won a Tony? (Leicester Square) and Sincerely, Mr Toad and Simon Says (Workshops of new musicals). Television credits include: Advertisements for Coca Cola and William Hill.



CRUSH-2139 Rich Watkins
Training: The MTA (Diploma in Musical Theatre). Theatre credits include: The
Chemsex Monologues (King’s Head); A Flea in Her Ear (Tabard); Nick Piazza in Fame
(Italian Tour); The Who’s Tommy (Prince of Wales); Cool Rider (Lyric, Shaftesbury
Avenue); All My Sons (Open Air, Regent’s Park); Lucio in Measure for Measure (White Bear); $uper£icial (The Glory); Triste (Horse & Stables) and the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz (Fisher Theatre, Suffolk). Television credits include: EastEnders (BBC) and Inside the Court of Henry VIII (PBS).




CRUSH-0251 Louie Westwood
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (BA (Hons) Musical Theatre, 2014).
Credits whilst training include: Roger Debris in The Producers, The Who’s Tommy, City Of Angels, Yusupov, Half a Sixpence and The Beggar’s Opera. Theatre credits include:
Magic Pete and TV Compère in Devilish! (Landor); Maude Escort in Tinderella! Cinders Slips It In (Above The Stag); Charlie in I Sing! (Drayton Arms); Pete in Dean Friedman’s musical Smelly Feet (Leicester Square and UK Tour); Uriel in Up From Paradise (New Wimbledon Studio) and the lead role of Garrett in Ten Steps To Heaven (Workshop of new musical, Tristan Bates). Film credits include: Cold Coffee (short film).


CRUSH-0381 Lucy Dobson
Training: ArtsEd (MA in Acting). Theatre credits whilst training include: Romeo and Juliet, Henry VI and Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information.
Theatre credits include:
The Importance of Being Earnest (Butterfly Theatre Company, Above The Arts) and Scraping God from the Roof of My Mouth (Bread and Roses).
Radio credits include:
Endurance (Word of Mouth Productions).




CRUSH-1729 Helen Stirling
Training: Manchester Metropolitan University (Drama Studies). Theatre credits
include: Body in the Library and Lady in the Dark (Circle of Spears); The Vagina
Monologues (Artemis Productions); Hinterkaifeck and Into Thin Air (20:20 Vision) and The Unholy Trinity and The Thing on The Doorstep (Dreamcatcher Horror Theatre).
Television and Film credits include: Holby City (BBC); Psychobitches (Sky Arts) and
Da Vinci’s Demons (Starz and Fox Networks). Voice credits include: The Vampire’s
Tomb Mystery and Traditional Witchcraft (Audiobooks, Circle of Spears).



CRUSH-2050 Ruth Petersen
Training: London School of Musical Theatre (Musical Theatre). Theatre credits
include: Belle in Bewitchment on Black Ice (Landor); Daisy in The Great Gatsby (Lord
Stanley); Charlotte in The Wodehouse Principle (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); Leonie
in The Madam (Tour); Dick in Dick Whittington (Theatr Brycheiniog) and understudy
Helen in The Women of Troy (Blue Elephant).

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Sarah Day
Training: The Arts Educational Schools London, BA(Hons) Degree. 
Theatre: The Original Cast of Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s ‘The Girls’, ‘Rose’ in ‘The Romford Rose’  (The Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch) and ‘Janet’ in ‘Sincerely Yours’ (The Landor Theatre).
Film: Through the Window (Short) and The Dating Cycle (Short).
Other credits include: Singing at the Olivier Awards (2014 and 2015), Soloist and ensemble in ‘BBC Radio 2’s ‘Friday Night Is Music Night’ and Stephen Sonheims’s ‘Follies’ at The Royal Albert Hall. 

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