Ethan Jay Scott

Ethan Jay Scott


Ethan, originally from the North-East, graduated from the Guildford School of Acting with a First Class Honours Degree in Musical Theatre. 


Theatre Credits include: Beauty and the Beast (West end in schools) Frankie's Guys (UK Tour) Lead Vocalist (Holland America Line) Alpha Omega (The Other Palace) Perfectly Ordinary (G-Live) 


Tv & Film Credits: Purist in ‘The Nevers’ (HBO Max)


Credits while training: John (The Hired Man) John-Wilkes Booth (Assassins) Bob Cratchit (A Christmas Carol)


Ethan is overjoyed to be joining the cast of ‘Zog and the Flying Doctors’ and wants to thank his family and friends for their constant support

Emily  Attridge-Cox

Emily Attridge-Cox


Emily (she/her) is a graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, having most recently played Deb in Ordinary Days (Phoenix Arts Club). Other credits include: Louise/ Assistant Director in Private Lives (Barn Theatre) and Camelot: In Concert (The London Palladium). Emily is so excited to fly around the UK with the other doctors! 

Edward Conroy

Edward Conroy

Gadabout & Doctor

James Stirling

James Stirling

King & Unicorn

James Trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and was runner up for the 2018 Stephen Sondheim society student performer of the year award.



Theatre credits include: 'Aladdin' (Civic Hall, Bedworth). 'Timpson: the Musical' (UK Tour). ‘Alice in Wonderland' (UK Tour). ‘Aladdin’ (Harrow Arts Centre). ‘The Three Musketeers’ (UK Tour). ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (UK Tour). ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (Saffron Hall). ‘The Importance of being Ernest’ (UK Tour). ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ (UK Tour). ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ (Harrow Arts Centre). ‘The Jungle book’ (UK Tour). ‘Paw Patrol Live’ (International Arena Tour).



Other credits include: ‘Archageddon' (Podcast Sitcom Series). ‘Hatched: a new Musical’(Podcast Musical). Magic at the Musicals (Royal Albert Hall), The ITV Gala (The London Palladium) and West Side Story at the BBC Proms (The Royal Albert Hall).

Darcy Manning

Darcy Manning

Unicorn & Lion

Training: The MTA, Evolution Foundation College.


Theatre: Dorothy Gale in The Wizard Of Oz (Theatre Royal) Maid Marion in Robin Hood (Saffron Hall), Virginia Gumm in Chasing Rainbows: The Road To Oz, Princess Amira in Aladdin (Loughborough Town Hall), Harriet Barnwell in The Pantomime Life Of Joseph Grimaldi (Kenneth Moore Theatre), Pepper in Annie The Musical (National Tour).


Tv/Film: Eastenders, Jedward’s Big Adventure, Comic Relief Advert.

Samantha Richards

Samantha Richards

Swing & Dance Captain

Samantha is originally from Bolton and trained at the Urdang Academy. 


Credits include: Urleen/Dance Captain in Footloose (UK & International Tour); Onstage Swing in Jack and the Beanstalk (Newbury Corn Exchange); Narrator/Busker in 2020 the Musical (Tour and Edinburgh Fringe); Offie Award nominated for Titty in Brass (Union Theatre); Dance Captain in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Bolton Albert Halls); Sofia & u/s Amalia in Carmen (Union Theatre); Backing Vocalist for Eurovision Song Contest (BBC).


Twitter - @SRichardsUK

Instagram - @_samantharichards

Mikey Wooster

Mikey Wooster

Swing & Resident Director

Mikey trained at London College of Music — BA (Hons) First Class in Musical Theatre.


Recent credits include Tin Man in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (The Lighthouse Theatre); Ratty in ‘The Wind In The Willows’ (UK Tour);  Geller in “Friends The Musical Parody” (UK/Ireland Tour); Carl in "Bradical and the Pink Socks" (Seven Dials Playhouse); Ed Leale in “Ei8ht The Musical” and Hansel in “Gretel - A New Musical” (The Other Palace) and Buttons in “Cinderella” (The Core, Solihull). 


From 2018 onwards, Mikey has been hugely honoured and privileged to work extensively with composer Charli Eglinton, recording and appearing on her concept albums: “Ei8ht (Extended EP); “Dyseheart”; “Saving Mozart”; “Colours”; “Bound”; “8 - A Steampunk Opera”; and as Robert Hooke in “Fallen - A Robert Hooke Musical”. These are available on all streaming services. 


Joe Stilgoe

Music and Lyrics

Katie Beard


Bobby Delaney


Katie Beard

Movement Director

Paul Herbert

Musical Supervisor & Orchestrator

Bobby Delaney

Musical Director

As Musical Director, Bobby has worked on The Witches, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Calamity Jane, Watermill and Tour and The History Boys, West Yorkshire Playhouse. He has written music for theatre for ten years. Selected acting credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream (Sheffield) Annie (Piccadilly, West End and Toronto) Spamalot (Playhouse, West End) All's Well that Ends Well (National Theatre) Henry V (Regents Park Open Air) Enjoy (West Yorkshire Playhouse) Calamity Jane (Watermill) Pantomimes in Northampton and Llandudno and seasons with The Lamb Players as composer, actor and director.

Lucy Bradridge


Ric Mountjoy

Lighting Designer

Ric designs lighting for Theatre and Opera, and his work has been seen all over the world: at the Singapore International Arts Festival; in Seattle, Dubai, Bahrain and Doha; Hong Kong, Seoul, Guangzhou and Beijing, and most significantly in London and New York City. 

Recent lighting designs include The Play that Goes Wrong on Broadway (Lyceum Theatre), on a US National Tour (2018/2019), and in the West End (Duchess Theatre - Winner of the Olivier for Best New Comedy, 2015), also Australia & South Korea;  Uncle Vanya (Theatr Clwyd & Sheffield Theatres);  Darbar Festival (Akram Khan Company & Sadlers Wells Theatre);  Emancipation of Expressionism (Boy Blue Entertainment, Barbican Theatre, & BBC TV);  Little Mermaid (the egg at Theatre Royal Bath); Mr Popper’s Penguins (Seattle, Minneapolis, New York City & West End); a site-specific The Great Gatsby (Guild of Misrule & Theatr Clwyd); Tabby McTat (National Tour, Freckle Productions), the World Premiere of Karagula by Philip Ridley (Site Specific, Soho Theatre);  What the Ladybird Heard (West End & two International Tours) and  Bunny by Jack Thorne (Edinburgh, London & New York – Winner of a Fringe First Award; nabokov). He frequently lights site specific theatre for the company Slung Low, including The White Whale – an outdoor adaptation of Moby Dick (Leeds); Pandemic(Singapore), Anthology (Liverpool Everyman) and Beyond the Frontline (The Lowry, Salford). 

Re-lights and work as Associate LD include The Magic Flute (London Coliseum, ENO). Ric worked for many years at English National Opera, and before that for Birmingham Royal Ballet.