About

Born and bred in Ipswich, Suffolk, Leah is now based in Ealing, London where she graduated in 2015 from the London College of Music with a First Class BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. Whilst training, during her second year she was awarded the Griffiths Prize for Musical Theatre, and has been fortunate to work with directors such as Richard Curtis for BBC's Comic Relief and creatives John Cameron and Eden Phillips on their musical adaptation of Bill Naughton's best-seller Alfie, for which she recieved a stand-out review. She was also heavily involved with the work-shopping of two brand new pieces of theatre writing, Six Nights in Naples and A Long Way Down and concluded her time at LCM in their production of Spring Awakening, in which she alternately played 'Anna' and 'Frau Gabor', whilst also undertaking the role of female Vocal Captain. Additonally, Leah was Dance Captain for her Graduate Showcase which played at Leicester Square Theatre in May.

Fresh from graduating, she starred as 'Queen Maxine' in Through the Roof Productions' Paperwork! at the Jerwood DanceHouse Ipswich, for which she received another stand-out review - the full article can be found on the 'News' page. She went on to dabble in scare acting, completing a season in Thorpe Park's 'Fright Nights' attraction My Bloody Valentine, and then back to her musical roots for Risen!, a new production taken to Portsmouth's New Theatre Royal in November in which she originated the role of 'Susanna'. Following this, Leah spent the festive period with The Walking Theatre Company in Christmas at Kew, alternately portraying the mischievous elves Sugar Plum and Ginger Bread in their recurring pantomime aimed at all ages.

Going into 2016, Leah will spend over half of her year in Naussica Beach Resort, Cyprus. She has most recently signed with Live Business to be the lead female vocalist and ETM on location, in association with TUI.