The Broadway Sessions

Featured Acts

The Broadway Sessions UK are proud to have such a prestigious
and talented cast on Board. Each show will feature Some of these very special guests, so check in to see which artist will be entertaining you!

Stephen Rahman-Hughes Stephen Rahman-Hughes enjoys a successful career on the musical theatre and concert stage. Stephen began his career in a funk band at the very successful Ronnie Scott’s in London. His first stage role was in ‘Homeless’ the musical.  He then trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance following which he danced with several acclaimed dance companies including dancing at the Royal Opera House and La Scala in Milan.  Stephen was cast in the UK tour of ‘West Side Story’, the lead role in ‘Drive Ride Walk’ at Bridewell Theatre and also played the role of Hardeep (Horner) in an adaptation of William Wycherley’s ‘The Country Wife’ at Watford Palace Theatre.  He played the lead role of Akaash in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s smash hit show ‘Bombay Dreams’ in the West End and was invited to head a showcase on Broadway. Stephen was a founding member of the critically-acclaimed vocal group TEATRO and signed a record deal with Sony. Teatro were invited to perform in the Stars of Europe concert, and also at the Royal Variety Performance for Her Majesty The Queen. In the UK, Stephen is a founding member of the dynamic ‘West End Men’ concert show which has been performed around the country and in Singapore.

Stephen Rahman-Hughes

Stephen Rahman-Hughes enjoys a successful career on the musical theatre and concert stage.
Stephen began his career in a funk band at the very successful Ronnie Scott’s in London. His first stage role was in ‘Homeless’ the musical.  He then trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance following which he danced with several acclaimed dance companies including dancing at the Royal Opera House and La Scala in Milan. 
Stephen was cast in the UK tour of ‘West Side Story’, the lead role in ‘Drive Ride Walk’ at Bridewell Theatre and also played the role of Hardeep (Horner) in an adaptation of William Wycherley’s ‘The Country Wife’ at Watford Palace Theatre.  He played the lead role of Akaash in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s smash hit show ‘Bombay Dreams’ in the West End and was invited to head a showcase on Broadway.
Stephen was a founding member of the critically-acclaimed vocal group TEATRO and signed a record deal with Sony. Teatro were invited to perform in the Stars of Europe concert, and also at the Royal Variety Performance for Her Majesty The Queen.
In the UK, Stephen is a founding member of the dynamic ‘West End Men’ concert show which has been performed around the country and in Singapore.

Adam Robert Lewis Adam studied at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Adam is currently appearing in “Phantom of the Opera” at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End. In his career to date, Adam has appeared as a soloist for a wide range of male voice and mixed choirs, resulting in a place at the finals of both Principality’s Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year competition and the Welsh National Eisteddfod of Wales in 2014. Adam produced his own one man show, An Evening with Adam Robert Lewis, at one of London’s newest and most unique theatre venues, the St James. Adam has also performed at venues such as the London Palladium, Theatre Royal in Drury Lane and the Royal Albert Hall.    

Adam Robert Lewis

Adam studied at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Adam is currently appearing in “Phantom of the Opera” at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End.
In his career to date, Adam has appeared as a soloist for a wide range of male voice and mixed choirs, resulting in a place at the finals of both Principality’s Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year competition and the Welsh National Eisteddfod of Wales in 2014. Adam produced his own one man show, An Evening with Adam Robert Lewis, at one of London’s newest and most unique theatre venues, the St James.
Adam has also performed at venues such as the London Palladium, Theatre Royal in Drury Lane and the Royal Albert Hall.  

 

Mark Llewelyn Evans Mark has performed regularly on opera stages and concert platforms across the world. After his training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and The National Opera Studio, Mark started his career with the Welsh National Opera singing Marcello in La Boheme and Papageno in the Magic Flute. He went on to sing numerous title roles such as Don Giovanni with the English National Opera, the Royal Opera House, Wexford Festival Opera, English Touring Opera, Music Theatre Wales and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. His debut album, "Let the Light In" topped the charts and he also released a single with the band of Welsh Guards which reached number one. Mark also featured in the Guy Ritchie film, "A Game of Shadows" as Don Giovanni.

Mark Llewelyn Evans

Mark has performed regularly on opera stages and concert platforms across the world.
After his training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and The National Opera Studio, Mark started his career with the Welsh National Opera singing Marcello in La Boheme and Papageno in the Magic Flute. He went on to sing numerous title roles such as Don Giovanni with the English National Opera, the Royal Opera House, Wexford Festival Opera, English Touring Opera, Music Theatre Wales and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
His debut album, "Let the Light In" topped the charts and he also released a single with the band of Welsh Guards which reached number one. Mark also featured in the Guy Ritchie film, "A Game of Shadows" as Don Giovanni.

 
Rachel Fabri Rachel completed a Masters Degree in Musical Theatre at the Guildford School of Acting (UK). Rachel formed part of the platinum-disc classical-crossover quartet All Angels (2009-2014). As part of All Angels, Rachel performed at venues such as the Wembley Stadium (Champions League Final 2011), as guest artistes for the Young Voices UK Tour at the 02 Arena, Manchester Arena, Royal Albert Hall and other arenas around the UK; at the House of Commons; on Channel 4 and on BBC’s The One Show; for HRH Earl of Wessex at Spencer House and held their own concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and other popular venues such as the Leicester Square Theatre. They have also performed at international venues including the Royce Hall in Los Angeles and the Auditorio de Dupitacion in Spain and performed alongside leading artistes such as Alexandra Burke, Katherine Jenkins, Dionne Bromfield, Dame Shirley Bassey, Ruth Lorenzo and Lesley Garrett. Rachel has often performed for the Royal British Legion and the Salvation Army at The Guildhall and Cadogan Hall. All Angels released their Starlight EP at Covent Garden’s Apple Store. UK musical theatre credits include the lead in Persephone (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), the lead in Make Believe (Henley Fringe Festival), guest soloist in Beyond the Barricade UK Tour, forming part of the cast of Me and My Girl at the London Palladium and the Beatles Philharmonic Tribute at the Royal Albert Hall.

Rachel Fabri

Rachel completed a Masters Degree in Musical Theatre at the Guildford School of Acting (UK).
Rachel formed part of the platinum-disc classical-crossover quartet All Angels (2009-2014). As part of All Angels, Rachel
performed at venues such as the Wembley Stadium (Champions League Final 2011), as guest artistes for the Young Voices
UK Tour at the 02 Arena, Manchester Arena, Royal Albert Hall and other arenas around the UK; at the House of Commons;
on Channel 4 and on BBC’s The One Show; for HRH Earl of Wessex at Spencer House and held their own concerts at the
Royal Albert Hall and other popular venues such as the Leicester Square Theatre. They have also performed at
international venues including the Royce Hall in Los Angeles and the Auditorio de Dupitacion in Spain and performed
alongside leading artistes such as Alexandra Burke, Katherine Jenkins, Dionne Bromfield, Dame Shirley Bassey, Ruth
Lorenzo and Lesley Garrett.
Rachel has often performed for the Royal British Legion and the Salvation Army at The Guildhall and Cadogan Hall. All Angels released their Starlight EP at Covent Garden’s Apple Store.
UK musical theatre credits include the lead in Persephone (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), the lead in Make Believe (Henley
Fringe Festival), guest soloist in Beyond the Barricade UK Tour, forming part of the cast of Me and My Girl at the London
Palladium and the Beatles Philharmonic Tribute at the Royal Albert Hall.

Rosie Ladkin Rosie is a Classical crossover Soprano with an associate diploma in vocals from the London College of Music and a BA degree in Musical Theatre from The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Rosie works extensively in session recording in London and across the UK. has recently made the transition from working in commercial musical theatre to the concert platform and recording work. Rosie has recently finished recording the Lead Female vocals for the concept album of "Company Man" by Barney Milner, orchestrated by Barney Ashworth and produced by Ryan Martin. She has also recently recorded the part of Colette and Ensemble vocals for Dan & Laura Curtis' Musical Concept of the Disney-Pixar film "Ratatouille".  

Rosie Ladkin

Rosie is a Classical crossover Soprano with an associate diploma in vocals from the London College of Music and a BA degree in Musical Theatre from The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Rosie works extensively in session recording in London and across the UK. has recently made the transition from working in commercial musical theatre to the concert platform and recording work.
Rosie has recently finished recording the Lead Female vocals for the concept album of "Company Man" by Barney Milner, orchestrated by Barney Ashworth and produced by Ryan Martin. She has also recently recorded the part of Colette and Ensemble vocals for Dan & Laura Curtis' Musical Concept of the Disney-Pixar film "Ratatouille".

 

Lucille Parsons Lucy studied at The London School Of Musical Theatre and has recently completed two contracts with Headliners Theatre Company for P&O cruises. Born and bred in Bristol, she began performing locally at age of two, making her professional debut at age 11 in the pantomime "Dick Whittington". She went on to perform in many different large scale theatres in the South West including the Bristol Hippodrome and Colston Hall, a highlight for her was performing in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor dream coat" directed by Bill Kenwright. Lucy was later selected to perform with The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School for three consecutive years. Lucy has been lucky enough to work in a variety of different fields including commercials and film.  

Lucille Parsons

Lucy studied at The London School Of Musical Theatre and has recently completed two contracts with Headliners Theatre Company for P&O cruises.
Born and bred in Bristol, she began performing locally at age of two, making her professional debut at age 11 in the pantomime "Dick Whittington".
She went on to perform in many different large scale theatres in the South West including the Bristol Hippodrome and Colston Hall, a highlight for her was performing in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor dream coat" directed by Bill Kenwright.
Lucy was later selected to perform with The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School for three consecutive years. Lucy has been lucky enough to work in a variety of different fields including commercials and film.

 

Spencer O'Brien Spencer trained at The Arts Educational Schools in London, graduating with a BA Hons degree in musical theatre. Spencer most notably understudied the Main Role of 'Sam' in GHOST the musical as well as the role of 'Carl'. He had previously been a member of the original cast of SHREK the musical and recently returned from the tour of the same show. His other credits include 'Nigel Danvers' in 'Salad Days' (Riverside Studios and Bristol Old Vic),), and 'Paparazzi' in 'BETWIXT!' (The Ambassadors theatre). He has also appeared in feature films 'The Real American: Joe McCarthy' portraying a Young Joe McCarthy and also a member of the E2. For the last 4 years Spencer has fronted various successful functions bands playing for celebrities such as David Beckham, Gordan Ramsey and Ron Dennis and toured as a supporting artist to Josh Groban on his UK tour. He is part of the vocal groups 'TripTonic' and the '4Tune Tellers' who recently appeared on BBC One show 'Pitch Battle'.

Spencer O'Brien

Spencer trained at The Arts Educational Schools in London, graduating with a BA Hons degree in musical theatre. Spencer most notably understudied the Main Role of 'Sam' in GHOST the musical as well as the role of 'Carl'. He had previously been a member of the original cast of SHREK the musical and recently returned from the tour of the same show. His other credits include 'Nigel Danvers' in 'Salad Days' (Riverside Studios and Bristol Old Vic),), and 'Paparazzi' in 'BETWIXT!' (The Ambassadors theatre).
He has also appeared in feature films 'The Real American: Joe McCarthy' portraying a Young Joe McCarthy and also a member of the E2.
For the last 4 years Spencer has fronted various successful functions bands playing for celebrities such as David Beckham, Gordan Ramsey and Ron Dennis and toured as a supporting artist to Josh Groban on his UK tour. He is part of the vocal groups 'TripTonic' and the '4Tune Tellers' who recently appeared on BBC One show 'Pitch Battle'.

Chris Draper Chris trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and was the recipient of the 'Peter Coxhead Memorial Scholarship'. His credits include: Gran/Dragon in 'Katie and the Mona Lisa' (Pleasance One, Edinburgh Fringe), Male Swing in 'The Dreamers' (St James Theatre), Gusteau/Ensemble in 'Ratatouille' (Musical Concept Recording), Vocalist at Brick Lane Music Hall, Dick in 'Charming Dick' at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, Cogsworth in 'Beauty and the Beast' (UAE Tour) and John/Hook in 'Underneath a Magical Moon' (UK Tour/York Theatre Royal).  

Chris Draper

Chris trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and was the recipient of the 'Peter Coxhead Memorial Scholarship'.
His credits include: Gran/Dragon in 'Katie and the Mona Lisa' (Pleasance One, Edinburgh Fringe), Male Swing in 'The Dreamers' (St James Theatre), Gusteau/Ensemble in 'Ratatouille' (Musical Concept Recording), Vocalist at Brick Lane Music Hall, Dick in 'Charming Dick' at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, Cogsworth in 'Beauty and the Beast' (UAE Tour) and John/Hook in 'Underneath a Magical Moon' (UK Tour/York Theatre Royal).

 

Blake Patrick Anderson Blake trained at The Southern Theatre Arts Centre before briefly training at The Arts Educational School in London. Blake has performed in concerts with a variety of new musical theatre writers, including; Drew Gasparini, Rosser & Sohne, Adam Overett, Dan & Laura Curtis and, later this year, Joey Contreras. He has featured on recordings ranging from pop to musical theatre. More recently, Blake appeared as Emile on a musical concept recording of the Disney animation "Ratatouille", with Dan & Laura Curtis. Blake then took on the role of Remy, when the writing duo showcased the concept again at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff. Other concerts include; Natalie Weiss Returns to the West End (The Leicester Square Theatre), Reasons... (The Arts Theatre) and other cabaret shows with The Kompact Theatre Company and The Platform London. Blake is also a songwriter and is currently working towards completing his debut album.      

Blake Patrick Anderson

Blake trained at The Southern Theatre Arts Centre before briefly training at The Arts Educational School in London.
Blake has performed in concerts with a variety of new musical theatre writers, including; Drew Gasparini, Rosser & Sohne, Adam Overett, Dan & Laura Curtis and, later this year, Joey Contreras. He has featured on recordings ranging from pop to musical theatre.
More recently, Blake appeared as Emile on a musical concept recording of the Disney animation "Ratatouille", with Dan & Laura Curtis. Blake then took on the role of Remy, when the writing duo showcased the concept again at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff.
Other concerts include; Natalie Weiss Returns to the West End (The Leicester Square Theatre), Reasons... (The Arts Theatre) and other cabaret shows with The Kompact Theatre Company and The Platform London. Blake is also a songwriter and is currently working towards completing his debut album.

 

 

 

Georgia Thomas Georgia is a graduate of the London School of Musical Theatre. Her recent work includes performances on the Silverseas Cruise as a lead vocalist, collaborations and performances with the West Avenue Theatre Company, and in the musical Lights, Camera, Action at the Stage and Production House. Georgia has also performed as a lead vocalist in cabaret shows at the renowned Hippodrome Casino in London and in the musical A Christmas Carol at the Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge Wells. 

Georgia Thomas

Georgia is a graduate of the London School of Musical Theatre.
Her recent work includes performances on the Silverseas Cruise as a lead vocalist, collaborations and performances with the West Avenue Theatre Company, and in the musical Lights, Camera, Action at the Stage and Production House.
Georgia has also performed as a lead vocalist in cabaret shows at the renowned Hippodrome Casino in London and in the musical A Christmas Carol at the Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge Wells. 

Claire Delaney Creator and Producer of The Broadway Sessions UK. Claire is a Welsh classical and musical theatre soprano who has worked with the likes of Disney composer, Alan Menken, and performed at prestigious venues across the UK, including the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, The Bristol Hippodrome, The Sherman Theatre, and the Kensington Roof Gardens in London for their classical season of Proms on the Roof. She has performed as the Snow Queen at the renowned Hobbs Show and has performed at events for various high profile clients. Claire also co-produced Star of Stage, the UK's largest musical theatre competition alongside West End's Connie Fisher and has recently produced and performed in her own cabaret show "One Night Only" alongside David George Harrington and Chris Hughes at the Wales Millennium Centre, which received 5* reviews. Claire has also featured as an actress in BBC's Dr Who, Being Human, Merlin, comedy sketch show Two in the Bush in association with Netflix, and alongside Lou Ferrigno for the feature film Instant Death which will be released by Sony Pictures in America later this year.

Claire Delaney

Creator and Producer of The Broadway Sessions UK.
Claire is a Welsh classical and musical theatre soprano who has worked with the likes of Disney composer, Alan Menken, and performed at prestigious venues across the UK, including the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, The Bristol Hippodrome, The Sherman Theatre, and the Kensington Roof Gardens in London for their classical season of Proms on the Roof.
She has performed as the Snow Queen at the renowned Hobbs Show and has performed at events for various high profile clients.
Claire also co-produced Star of Stage, the UK's largest musical theatre competition alongside West End's Connie Fisher and has recently produced and performed in her own cabaret show "One Night Only" alongside David George Harrington and Chris Hughes at the Wales Millennium Centre, which received 5* reviews.
Claire has also featured as an actress in BBC's Dr Who, Being Human, Merlin, comedy sketch show Two in the Bush in association with Netflix, and alongside Lou Ferrigno for the feature film Instant Death which will be released by Sony Pictures in America later this year.

Lorna Amy Sullivan Born in Cardiff, Lorna went on to train in Professional Musical Theatre at the Urdang Academy in London. Lorna has performed in the UK Tour of Dreamboats and Petticoats, directed by Bill Kenwright, has worked as a soloist for BBC London and for a West End Line Up concert with musical composers, Dan and Laura Curtis. Lorna has played the principal roles in Cinderella, Aladdin, and Sleeping Beauty at the Broadway Theatre in London. Lorna also works as a presenter and actress in television with channels such as S4C, Made in Cardiff and for Nike Global and the BBC.  Lorna is currently working regularly in the UK and abroad as her first-class Tribute Act to Britney Spears – Ultimate Britney.    

Lorna Amy Sullivan

Born in Cardiff, Lorna went on to train in Professional Musical Theatre at the Urdang Academy in London.
Lorna has performed in the UK Tour of Dreamboats and Petticoats, directed by Bill Kenwright, has worked as a soloist for BBC London and for a West End Line Up concert with musical composers, Dan and Laura Curtis.
Lorna has played the principal roles in Cinderella, Aladdin, and Sleeping Beauty at the Broadway Theatre in London.
Lorna also works as a presenter and actress in television with channels such as S4C, Made in Cardiff and for Nike Global and the BBC.  Lorna is currently working regularly in the UK and abroad as her first-class Tribute Act to Britney Spears – Ultimate Britney.