Thursday, 11 September 2014

Lucy Benjamin Joins Cast

We are delighted to announce that Lucy Benjamin (Eastenders, Hairspray UK Tour) is joining the cast of Inconnu, taking the key role of Mary. We are really looking forward to working with her and the album will benefit considerably from her talents as both an actress and singer.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

In The Studio With Mark Benton

Mark Benton has recorded his part for Inconnu and, as you might imagine, it was great fun in the studio. He is widely known as an actor from his roles in numerous TV productions including Waterloo Road, The Booze Cruise and Christmas Lights among others but he also toured with the UK production of Hairspray where he was able to show off his vocal talents as well.

Mark is playing a cameo role on the album but a significant character none the less who is key to the story. We look forward to sharing his performance with our audience.

Our thanks to Delta Sound and Sound By Design for the use of their studio facilities.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

David O'Mahony Joins The Cast

Actor and Singer David O'Mahony is joining the cast of Inconnu. David trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama culminating in singing in their Centenary concert in 2006 at the Old Vic. Before that he read Drama and History at Brunel University.

He has performed all over the World: From Florida State Television to Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific. In the UK, he has performed in the West End, filmed with Jack Black and sung on Live TV. 

David made his West End Debut in The Bodyguard and had a fantastic year. David was in the ensemble and covering The Stalker, Ray Court and Frank Farmer (The Bodyguard). The cast included Beverley Knight, Alexandra Burke, Tristan Gemmill, Debbie Kurup, Stephen Marcus and two former members of The Gleeks. X Factor winner Alexandra Burke joined the cast on June 2nd.

Before The Bodyguard, David toured the USA with Batman Live. This involved sell out performances at Arenas across the USA including the Staples Centre in LA, the American Airlines Centre in Dallas, and cities including Kansas City, Anaheim, St Paul and Las Vegas.

Also in the UK, he has appeared at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane, The Criterion, The Derngate Theatre (Northampton) The Soho Theatre, The Space, Wyllyotts, Millfield, Baron’s Court, The Lost Theatre and the Greenwich Theatre. He also sings with The London Show Choir and works extensively with Leontine Hass and The Associated Performers Studio. David regularly trains with Stuart Barr and Nikki Lawrence. In summer 2010, he made his UK live TV debut, singing with The ClasSix on Channel 5's Don't Stop Believing, watched by 1.5 million people.