Training: The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, and The Doris Holford Stage School.

Theatre includes:

Stepmother/Cover Witch in Into The Woods (Theatre Royal Bath); Cover Stepmother and Godmother/Ensemble in Andrew Lloyd Webbers Cinderella (Gillian Lynne Theatre); Tessie/Ensemble/Cover Betty Haynes & Martha Watson in White Christmas the Musical (Dominion Theatre & Curve Theatre, Leicester); Hot Box Girl ‘Mabel’/Cover Miss Adelaide in Guys & Dolls, (Royal Albert Hall & Theatre Marigny, Paris); Pop Trio featured vocalist & Ensemble in the London revival of Chess, (London Coliseum); Cover Dale Tremont /Ensemble in the original production of Top Hat, (Aldwych Theatre & No.1 UK Tour); Cover Fanny Brice/Bubbles in Funny Girl (No.1 UK & Ireland tour); Swing/Cover Mrs.Brill, Mrs.Corry, Miss Lark & Katie Nanna in Mary Poppins (UK & International tour); Dance Captain in the English National Opera’s production of Le Grand Macabre (London Coliseum); Michael McIntyre’s Easter Special (London Coliseum); The Olivier Awards (Royal Opera House); Swing/Cover Aunt Mabel in Anything Goes (No.1 UK & Ireland tour); Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz (RSC version, Sutton Theatres); Lead Vocalist in Back to Broadway & The Great American Songbook (both UK tours); Various roles, Dance Captain, Ensemble & cover positions in Pantomimes around the UK. Alexandra has also appeared in her own solo concert at the Club for Acts & Actors in Leicester Square.

TV/Film includes:  ‘Bubbles’ in Funny Girl the Musical (Cinema release worldwide); The Olivier Awards (ITV); Strictly Come Dancing (BBC); The Sound of Musicals (Channel 4); Michael McIntyre’s Easter Special (ITV); The Alan Titchmarsh Show (BBC); Blue Peter (BBC). All of the above TV appearances are in association with musical productions listed in Theatre credits.

Recordings: Cinderella (Original London cast recording), Top Hat (Original London cast recording), Jason & the Argonaughts (Concept musical album).

Choreography: They’re Playing our Song (Broadway Studio Theatre, Catford), West End Stage (Her Majesty’s Theatre, London); and various in-house productions for the Doris Holford Stage School.


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