Becky graduated from the University of Southampton with a BA (Hons) Music degree in 2016. During her time at Southampton, she specialised in the History of Musical Theatre and Musical Theatre conducting. Alongside her studies she ran Jazzmanix Pop and Gospel Choir & musical directed for Showstoppers. She also represented all areas of Theatre, Dance, Music & Tech as the university’s Performing Arts Officer.
Now a freelance musician in Southampton, Becky runs Wildern Community Choir, Marchwood Military Wives Choir & directs for Youth Triple Theatre Theatre Company.
Alongside this Becky teaches piano, saxophone and theory lessons. She also works with the Alzheimer’s Society for their ‘Singing For The Brain’ sessions, and plays Reeds in local community productions.
MD & Band Credits include: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Drowsy Chaperone, Into The Woods, How to Succeed in Business, Footloose, A Chorus Line, Bonnie & Clyde (Showstoppers), Much Ado About Panto, Little Red Riding Hood, The Vicar of Dibley (Bishopstoke Players) Whistle Down The Wind (Spot On Productions), Made in Dagenham (Southampton Musical Society).
Sam trained at the University of Southampton, graduating with a BA in Music. Whilst at University, he studied both classical and jazz piano, culminating in a performance of Jason Robert Brown's The Last 5 Years which he musical directed and produced. During university, Sam was also involved in shows including Fame, Little Shop of Horrors, Parade, 13, Guys and Dolls and Merrily We Roll Along.
Sam is now a freelance musician and musical director and he currently works as a musical director for P&O Cruises and Cunard’s in-house theatre companies, Headliners Theatre Company and Royal Court Theatre Company.
Other engagements have included Snow White, Beauty and The Beast and Jack and The Beanstalk (Paul Holman Associates - Palace Theatre, Redditch); Jess Robinson: Impressive (Pleasance, Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Tomorrow, Maybe (Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Loserville (Camberley Theatre); The Full Monty (Theatre Royal Winchester); Soul Music (Rose Theatre, Kingston); Urinetown (Plaza Theatre, Romsey); Little Shop of Horrors (Theatre Royal, Winchester) and Macbeth (Edinburgh Festival Fringe).
When not working on musicals, Sam works as a choir director, pianist, teacher, arranger and accompanist.
Megan graduated from the University of Southampton with a BA in Music in 2017, and she also has a DipABRSM qualification in piano performance. As a self confessed musical theatre nerd she has musically directed and conducted/played for many shows, at venues including Theatre Royal Winchester, Theatre Royal Margate, and The Other Palace, London. She currently works as a music assistant at a prep school near Winchester, but otherwise can usually be found at home playing (and singing) musical theatre songs from her extensive collection of piano vocal scores!