At 16 years old, Rebecca has already enjoyed a performing career that most have only dreamed about. Her theatre credits include Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre (London), Evita at the Olympia Theatre (Dublin), Broadway By Storm at the Point Theatre (Dublin), Glasgow Concert Hall and Leeds City Varieties.
Aside from her various stage credits, Rebecca has also enjoyed performing with such groups as The Blackpool Tower Children’s Ballet in Spectacular Review in which she enjoyed singing the roles of Kim (Miss Saigon), Sandy (Grease), Betty (Sunset Boulevard), and also the hit song “Tell Me It’s Not True” from Blood Brothers. Rebecca was also a backup singer for the “We Never Said Goodbye” tour.
Rebecca is also an accomplished flautist. Because of this talent, she had the honour of playing with the late Roy Castle and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (Winter Gardens, Bournemouth).
Rebecca’s television credits include Kenny Live and The Paul Daniels Christmas Special. Rebecca also finds time to study and teach at the Tiptoes Dance and Theatre School in Blackpool. In her spare time (when she finds it) she enjoys writing songs. She is thrilled to be a part of this production of Aspects of Love and is looking forward to a great summer in Dublin in the company and with her Mum (Rebecca Storm).
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