STEVE ANDERSON | Musical Director
Steve is best known for his work with Kylie Minogue, having been her Musical Director since 1998 working on every tour and appearance including ‘Showgirl’, ‘X’ and The Sydney Olympics as well as being her producer for songs such as ‘Confide in Me’ and the ‘White Diamond’ film score. He has also worked as Musical Director for Westlife, Christophe Willem and the fabulous burlesque extravaganza ‘The Hurly Burly Show starring Miss Polly Rae’.

With his real love of classic singers, songs and arrangements, the collaboration with Elouise is a dream come true and provides many opportunities to create real goosebump moments, tingles and tears.

This show is a tribute to all those unsung arrangers who have provided the accompaniment to the best voices and the best songs for many years.

TERRY RONALD | Writer & Co-Director
As a teenager, South London boy Terry Ronald had dreams of becoming a writer until music, his other passion in life, steered him in a slightly different direction. He behan his recording career in 1990 when he was signed to MCA records with a top ten single around Europe and an acclaimed album.

As a songwriter, producer and vocal arranger he has since had success with some of the biggest names in pop, including Girls Aloud, Kylie Minogue and Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Terry has been part of the creative teams of two West End shows: Rent Remixed, starring Denise Van Outen and Jessie Wallace, and ‘The Hurly Burly Show’.

Terry loves great singers, and is thrilled to be involved in a production that explores the power of music and its ability to leave an indelible mark on our hearts. “There are very few singers around who could undertake a set of songs like ‘Little Belter’ all in one show and what’s remarkable is that even with all the drama of the music, Elouise’s humour and absolute charm just shines through.”

BOBBY HANLON | Creative Director
With a life-long passion for divas, vintage glamour and epic torch songs, Bobby was always destined to take over the creative direction of this show. Working with the dream team of Elouise, Steve Anderson and Terry Ronald, Bobby is thrilled to be involved in a show that explores how the singer relates to her music icons, the stage and her journey finding her own voice.

Bobby Hanlon’s favourite music projects he has worked for include the electronic and contemporary artists Robyn and Isabel Guzman of Sweden and the U.S. based band Ghost. Alongside his creative design work and consultancy Bobby researches 1950s and 1960’s fashion, film, photography and music which have provided great inspiration as ‘Little Belter’ developed and emerged into the show it is today.

NIKKI TROW | Choreography
Nikki Trow is one of the most versatile and experienced dancers in the UK. She has been in the industry for over 10 years and has danced as lead dancer for leading artistes such as Kylie, Leona Lewis, Blue, Westlife, and Cheryl Cole.

MARK SUMMERS | Lighting Design
Mark Summers has been a lighting designer for drama, musical theatre and live events, in a wide range of venues and situations. He has a strong interest in contemporary theatre of all forms, particularly dance, physical and musical theatre, and productions which combine multiple disciplines.

Previous credits include critically-acclaimed productions across the UK, in such diverse venues as the New Players Theatre London, Old Rep Theatre Birmingham, and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Mark is thrilled to be able to show you Little Belter in its best light!

Felix has been discretely pottering about the theatre and music world since the mid-nineties, as well as on occasions moonlighting as mad scientist, museum consultant, historian and globetrotter.

An early introduction to what he likes to call “real” music, courtesy of the first of many visits to the Verona opera festival at the tender age of 4, ensured a lifelong love of greasepaint, drama, gripping melodies and outstanding vocal prowess across many musical genres.

Felix could not be more excited to be working with such a talented dream-team of creative minds to produce Little Belter, motivated by their heartfelt belief that Elouise is a voice in a million that simply has to be heard. He hopes you’ll agree…