Current Theatre Projects
Scala’s Imogen plays Jenny Alderson. Little sister of James Herriott’s love interest Helen, played by Rachel Shelton, in Channel 5s fab revival. Starring Sam West as Siegfried, Callum Woodhouse as Tristan and Nicholas Ralph as the well loved Yorkshire Vet James. Imogen loved her time on the farm – but dont mention the ferret!
Scala’s Troy Tipple, a veteran of Theatre and TV recorded his first ever radio play whan he played “Tibbut” in Radio 4’s adaptation of “Kestrel for a Knave” for Goldhawk Productions.
8 Year old Eden is carrying on a Scala tradition when she played Young Eponine in the Bradford Alhambra leg of the Tour. We have been involved in various tours of Les Miz for over 20 years… long may it continue!
13 Year old Lucy played a particularly stressfull role in this gripping 6 part drama starring Morven Chistie.
Scalakids Poppy and Phoebe both appeared as Munchkins in the Christmas Production of “Wizard of Oz” Have fun Over that Rainbow girls!
Scalakids Maddy, Eden, Joe, Matilda, Amy and Mary are all appearing in this fab production, touring throughout the autumn then at the Leeds Grand Theatre. “Keep your tiny hands warm” kids, and enjoy Paris!
Scala’s Willow Bell makes her TV debut in the soap. The 5 year old plays Kim Tate’s surprise Grandchild Millie. Kim was unaware that estranged son Jamie had not only a wife but a 4 year old daughter…making Kim a very unwilling Grandma!
Troy Tipple and Mia Speight play aspiring dancers Luke and Kylie in this UK premiere of the hit musical from award winning Baz Luhrmann, creator of Moulin Rouge, The Great Gatsby and Romeo and Juliet. The show will run at the WYP over Christmas – Nov 30th to Jan 21st. …
Well done to Scala cutie Eve Midgley who played Young Nala in the 2014/15 National Tour of this Disney musical . Eve stayed with the company for a year and has wonderful memories of a fabulous part in an amazing show . Unfortunately Disney won’t allow us to show any photographs in costume…shame – they…
Scalakids Caitlin Surtees and Henry Kent played twins Jeremy and Jemima in the national Tour of the hit musical . Both children were in the original cast when the show first played at The West Yorkshire Playhouse then toured with the show and it’s famous car for the rest of the run.