Sam Attwater
as Adam

Helena Blackman
as Milly


Sam Attwater

Adam – Sam Attwater

Sam Attwater (Adam) landed his first TV acting role in 2009, playing Ricky in Hollyoaks. The following year he joined EastEnders and its online spinoff, EastEnders: E20, as Leon Small. Sam is also a singer. He recently played Brad Majors in the 40th anniversary tour of The Rocky Horror Show and also appeared in the stage musicals Dreamboats and Petticoats in the West End, Tonight’s the Night and 20th Century Boy.

Helena Blackman

Milly – Helena Blackman

Helena Blackman (Milly) is best known for her TV appearances on BBC1’s How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria? She has now appeared in two major international productions of The Sound of Music in her own right to critical acclaim. Other theatre credits include: Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (Kilworth House), Linda in the London Revival of Gay’s The Word,  Gertie in Noel and Gertie (Cockpit Theatre), Lily/Rose in The Secret Garden (West Yorkshire Playhouse),  Helen Fogel in Saturday Night (Arts Theatre),  Gypsy Rose Lee in Gypsy (Millenium Centre, Cardiff), Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (Leicester Haymarket), A Night of 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall) and Nellie Forbush in South Pacific (UK Tour) for which she received a TMA Award nomination.  Helena has appeared on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night and The Elaine Paige Show, Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV), Strictly, It Takes Two (BBC2), Any Dream Will Do and Maria Meets Joseph (both for BBC1). Helena has also released her first solo album The Sounds of Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Matthew Atkins – Mr Perkins

Zoe Nicole Adkin – Liza

David Barrett – Swing

Nikkola Burnhope – Mrs Halloum

Michael Chance – Preacher

Nathan Colman – Suitor

Jack Evans – Daniel

Jack Greaves – Gideon

Leanne Groutage – Swing

Alex Hammond – Mr Halloum

Pip Hersee – Ephraim

Morgan Jackson – Suitor

Matt Kennedy – Suitor

Lindsay McAllister – Martha

Stephanie McConville – Mrs Bixby

Ross Meagrow – Benjamin

Joe Murphy – Caleb

Georgina Parkinson – Alice

Kiel Payton – Suitor

Marianne Phillips – Ruth

James Revelle – Suitor

Luke Robson – Suitor

Andrew Rothwell – Swing

Elisha Rose Sherman – Sarah

Sam Stones – Frank

Carrie Willis – Dorcus


Producer – Paul Nicholas

As well as being a very successful actor, Paul Nicholas has produced many shows including: Jesus Christ Superstar (concert version), The Pirates Of Penzance (UK tour), Grease (West End & Broadway - Tony Award nomination for Best Revival 2008), The Rocky Horror Show (directed by Paul Nicholas), Ain't Misbehavin' (West End), Singin' in the Rain (UK tour), Evita (UK tour), Chess (UK tour), Happy Days (UK tour), Saturday Night Fever (London Palladium & Minskoff Theatre, New York), Producer, co-adapter Tale of Two Cities (UK tour), Jekyll & Hyde (UK tour), Keeler (directed by Paul Nicholas), Jest End (Players Theatre and Jermyn Street Theatre) Keeler Producer/Director (UK Tour),The Tale Of Two Cities musical (Charing Cross Theatre). His latest West End production is WAG! The Musical at Charing Cross Theatre.

Producer – Peter Frosdick

Prolific international and west end theatre producer Peter Frosdick has established an enviable reputation as a producer of musicals plays and pantomimes. His major credits include national tours of: 42nd Street, South PacificAnything Goes, Singin' in The Rain, Disney's Beauty And The Beast, Jekyll And Hyde, Carousel, Barnum, Fiddler On The Roof, Pirates Of Penzance, Murdered To Death, Keeler and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers which also played a season at The Haymarket Theatre London. Wag! The Musical recently played a six week season in London’s West End in advance of its national tour which is scheduled for 2014. 

International touring includes seasons in Ireland, Malta, Greece, Turkey and Malaysia. Peter has produced 103 first class pantomimes to date. Seven Brides continues touring to May 2014 with further plans all to be announced…

Producer – George Critchley

Celebrating 21 years (professionally) in the industry as an actor, director; his producing commenced in 1995, when he set up and developed REACT Theatre Company for CragRats - within three years REACT became one of the foremost issue based theatre-in-education companies in the UK.

George set up PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) Productions Ltd in 1999 and he has produced a TV show Bragging Rights; published a children's book Rory's Roaring Adventure; and over 60 theatre pantomimes, plays, and musicals including: Carrots (Billingham Forum and Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond) also raising money for Barnardos; Keeping The Fete (Richmond); Farley’s Date (The Old Red Lion Theatre, Islington) winning three OFFIE nominations.
This year's work so far includes: Jack and The Beanstalk (Prince of Wales, Cannock/The Muni, Colne) starring Katie McGlynn; Dick Whittington (Middleton Arena) starring John Thomson; Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (Darwen Library Theatre and Tour); Peter Pan (Billingham Forum/Oswaldtwistle Civic).
He has also workshopped and reworked Jeanne D’Arc - a musical by Jim Thomas. 

In addition to co-producing on Seven Brides, this Christmas 2013/2014, he is also producing and directing The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Tour) and Aladdin (Oswaldtwistle/Cannock), including The Muni Colne, where he’ll be performing for his 18th consecutive year in a comedy role! 

George is on Twitter at and his website is

Director and Choreographer – Patti Colombo

Patti Colombo’s choreography for Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at the Goodspeed Opera House received a Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Best Choreography and The Elliot Norton Award for the National Tour. She received an Emmy nomination and American Choreographer’s Award for Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby on US TV and she also choreographed the original Tony-nominated Broadway production. She choreographed national tours of Doctor Dolittle starring Tommy Tune and Seussical, the Musical with Cathy Rigby. She received L.A. Drama-Logue Awards for Drood (West Coast premiere), On the Town, Most Happy Fella, and West Side Story.

Set Design – Anna Louizos

Lighting Design – Nick Richings

Sound Design – Jezz Helens

Costume Design - Elizabeth Dennis

Set Builder - Charles Camm

Musical Director - Bruce Knight

Orchestrations - David Barber

Musical Supervisor – Martin Hughes

Associate Director / Choreographer – Karl Warden