Lucy Follows Plays Unlucky In Love Florist ‘Poppy Hartson’

Lucy has been performing locally for a number of years with local amateur dramatic societies in and around the Midlands.
Credits include: Babe Williams in ‘The Pajama Game’; Narrator in ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’; Kim in ‘Miss Saigon’; Patrice in ‘13 the Musical’; Nancy in ‘Oliver!’; Eliza Doolittle in ‘My Fair Lady’; and, most recently, Kate Monster in ‘Avenue Q’.
By day, Lucy is, in fact, a Florist and works full-time at Lavender Florist, Penkridge so has loved playing the role of Poppy Hartson.


Cast As ‘Viv’, Sarah Recorded Original Guide Vocals For Soundtrack

Sarah Riches is a singer-songwriter from Birmingham. Her original tracks combine warm, mellow vocals with a retro feel. Current releases include album “Come Around” and singles “Train Man” and “Gently”. For more info see

Sarah has been involved in musicals and drama across the West Midlands for many years, and trained in musical theatre performance at Birmingham School of Acting. Recent performances include: Serena in Fame at Sutton Arts Theatre and Woman 1 in Songs for a New World with Night Project Theatre. Other principal roles include Debs “Boogie Nights”, Kate/Lilli Vanessi “Kiss Me Kate”, Polly “Crazy For You”, Gloria “Return to the Forbidden Planet”, Calamity “Calamity Jane”, Hope Harcourt “Anything Goes”, Laurey “Oklahoma!”, Jenny “Company”, and multiple characters in “The Musical of Musicals”.

Sarah has been involved for nearly five years in the development of The Stars That Remain, written by her friend and album/single producer Adrian Kimberlin, and recorded many of the original guide vocals for the soundtrack.


Jeni Hatton Cast As The Wordly-Wise ‘Bag Lady’

Jeni Hatton started singing as a child – no-one could shut her up – and her first professional engagement was in 1962.

Her career travelled via choirs, dance bands and early pop through musical theatre, stage and screen work (Doctors, Dangerfield…) to her involvement with this amazing piece of drama.

When not working with these lovely people, Jeni sings with a 60s band, a folk rock trio and her harmonyhomies in Third From The Right Productions.

She hopes you enjoy The Stars That Remain at least as much as she has – which is lots!