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Emma is a national award winning children's entertainer and choreographer originally from Kent. She joined BMOS in 2018, and has since enjoyed playing roles such as 'Mrs Lovett' in 'Sweeney Todd', 'Morticia' in 'The Addams Family' and most recently 'Kate Monster' in 'Avenue Q'. She has a decade of experience working in theatre professionally. Emma can never be seen without a snack in her hand and once appeared on The Royal Variety Show as a cardboard cutout. 

Charli is a local history secondary school teacher and self-proclaimed Taylor Swift expert. Part of BMOS for two years now, her most notable roles include 'Lucy the Slut' in 'Avenue Q' and 'Enid Hoopes' in 'Legally Blonde'. Yes, she is the woman responsible for the famous 'Whipped into Shape' tumble during the Saturday evening show - and still has the scar to prove it! Her main interests are trips to Beaconsfield Services, History and a colour coded spreadsheet.

Welshman Richard has always had music in his veins but BMOS is his first venture into Amateur Theatre. Now retired from his job as National Sales Manager for a popular travel company, Richard’s mission is to find the best use of his time now that he has lots of it to spare. He loves to visit local care homes to perform for their residents and is very excited to be working alongside outreach manager Claire to bring BMOS to the local community.

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Kristian graduated from Rose Bruford with a BA in Theatre Studies.  His roles with BMOS include 'Emmett' in 'Legally Blonde' and 'Princeton' in 'Avenue Q'. Kristian has a plethora of experience working within the Entertainment industry, including having performed in, created, and directed shows at LEGOLAND Windsor, where he now works in Hotel Management. He also worked as Assistant Director for 'Luck of the Draw' in the West End, and is a keen pianist and self-taught accordion player.

When Graham is not designing/building sets or enjoying a glass of wine with his wife or two mad cats (the cats tend to stick with water!) Graham runs 'Kandya', offering a myriad of services to companies of any size; charities, not-for-profits and the public sector. Web design, web hosting, structures, lights and sound... Graham does it all! Graham has been involved with the local theatre circuit longer than he would like to admit and is the president of The Young Theatre.

Tom has been involved with BMOS since 2017 and can't quite remember a time without it! Given the group introduced him to his wife, which in turn lead to his beautiful daughter, he feels a debt is still owed and so continues to serve on the committee. He has directed four productions for the group: 'Summer of Love', 'The Addams Family', 'Legally Blonde' and 'Avenue Q' (also appearing as 'Rod' in the latter) as well as performing in two full shows and three cabarets. 

Claire graduated from the London College of Music with a Musical Theatre degree and made her professional debut in her third year in 'Luck of the Draw' in the West End. Claire has enjoyed teaching private singing lessons and drama classes ever since, while also teaching for local performing arts schools. She recently played 'Vivienne' in 'Legally Blonde' and 'Audrey II' in 'Little Shop of Horrors' but can usually be found watching Netflix with a packet of cheese and onion crisps in hand!

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Lucy is a new member of BMOS having joined just last year for Puppet Season, playing Ronnette in 'Little Shop of Horrors'. Lucy’s favourite performance experience outside of BMOS includes: 'Alice Beinike' in ‘The Addams Family’, ‘Woman 2’ in ‘Songs for a New World’, ‘Rona’ in ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’, ‘Joyce’ in ‘Betty Blue Eyes’, and ‘Pam/Ensemble’ in ‘Rent’. Lucy also can be found on a few recordings for short films and musical show demos.

Anya first joined BMOS with her family when she was 9, performing in 'Annie' and 'The Sound of Music'. Many years later she's still here, having recently she played 'Audrey' in 'Little Shop of Horrors'. She is in her first year studying at Rose Bruford and teaches performing arts to little ones. Occasionally she is a runner at His Majesty’s Theatre, where you can see her walking the halls pretending to be 'Christine' - If not, you’ll find her upside down and spinning on a pole in her garden!

Mel joined BMOS in 2021 and has enjoyed performing in several BMOS shows since, including playing 'Elle's mum' (and 'hair salon customer') in our Award-Winning 'Legally Blonde'. Mel has always loved singing and acting and is really enjoying being back on the stage.

Off stage, Mel is an actuary who juggles a demanding job with being a busy mum of three children, who are also all musically gifted!

Her most favourite past-time is sleeping!

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