Born in London, Jane’s first solo public performance was at the age of five, and she’s never looked back! After studying at The Royal Academy Of Music, and being bestowed a fellowship, she made her solo principal operatic debut with The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and went on to perform over 25 principal roles with major opera companies in the UK and Europe. A change of direction came with her west end musical debut in Phantom Of The Opera, and subsequently as one of the original cast of The Sound Of Music, appearing in over 100 performances as the mother abbess at the London Palladium. Jane has sung on BBC radio and TV and recorded 5 solo albums. Recent credits include Carmen At The O2, Helmwege in Wagner’s Die Walkure, Mrs Fezziwig in UK tour of Scrooge with Tommy Steele, Mrs Greer in the UK Tour of Annie Understudying Sue Pollard as Miss Hannigan, The Announcer in the contemporary opera gallantry, Anti Freeze (a role written for her) in the new musical/opera Jack Frost’s Adventure, and Miss Jane in the highly acclaimed Southwark Playhouse production of Floyd Collins, for which she was nominated for the 2012, Best Female Performance in a London Musical Award.
Eric trained at the Drama Centre in London. Television includes: Bouquet Of Barbed Wire; Another Bouquet; Space 1999; The New Avengers; Poirot; The Day Britain Stopped; New Tricks; Doctors; My Family; A Very British Sex Scandal; Supergrass; The Lavender List; The Omid Djalili Show. Most recently Eric has filmed Midsomer Murders.
He appeared in the successful West End runs of: Mrs Warren’s Profession at the Comedy Theatre; Fallen Angels (With Felicity Kendal and Frances De La Tour) And The Constant Wife (With Jenny Seagrove). Other West End theatre includes: Hamlet (With Ian Mckellen); Coriolanus (With Nicol Williamson) for the RSC; Butley (With John Nettles); Underground (With Raymond Burr); Two Into One (With John Thaw and Daniel Massey); Brief Encounter and The Gentle Hook at Theatre Royal, Windsor. Extensive regional theatre and international tours include : Cash On Delivery, Towards Zero; Madam Butterfly; See How They Run; Deathtrap; Only When I Laugh; The Pleasure Of His Company; Ten Times Table; Move Over Mrs Markham; Dead Funny; Dangerous Obsession; The Merchant Of Venice; Antony And Cleopatra; I Am A Camera; Dangerous Corner; The Lion In Winter (Opposite Joan Fontaine in Vienna); Run For Your Wife and Funny Money (For Ray Cooney’s Comedy At Sea Company); Private Lives; Easy Virtue (King’s Head) And At The Mill At Sonning; Love’s A Luxury, Murder By Misadventure, Pool’s Paradise and Funny Money.
David trained at Rose Bruford College. Theatre includes: The History Boys (National Theatre UK tour & West End); The Good Soul Of Szechuan (Young Vic); Pagliacci (ENO); Saturday Night (Jermyn Street & Transfer To Arts Theatre); The School For Wives (Upstairs At The Gatehouse); Spend, Spend, Spend (Watermill Theatre, Newbury); A Christmas Carol (Sherman Theatr Cymru); If I Were You, Larkrise To Candleford ( National Tours); Less Than Kind (Jermyn Street & Yvonne Arnaud Theatre national tour); Humbug (Theatr Clwyd); St.John’s Night (Jermyn Street) and A Christmas Carol (Royal, Northampton).
Film credits include: Trapped by Philippe Weibel – Currently in cinemas across Switzerland and playing international film festivals throughout 2013.