Rebekah was born in Scotland but studied in London at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. After Graduating in London, she went on to work in musical theatre and choreography all around the world.
27 year old Ian Drew was born and raised in the heart of Ireland, Dublin.
Since birth he was raised listening to his cousin, Ronnie Drew, from the very well-known Irish folk band, the Dubliners. At the age of 17, Ian decided to follow in Ronnie’s footsteps and pursue his dream to become a singer.
Ciaran has an established career as a singer and actor encompassing all genres of music from folk to operatic.
A past pupil of Blackrock College, Ciaran has a BA in History and Greek and Roman Civilization from University College Dublin, and an MA in Classics, also from UCD.
Nik has also performed extensively in some of Ireland’s most beautiful theatres including Dublin’s National Concert Hall with Festival Productions, Belfast Opera House with St. Agnes’ and the Gaiety Theatre with Opera Ireland (Dead Man Walking Irish Premier).
A native of Durrow, Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Emily began her musical journey at 7 years of age when she joined the Adele O’Dwyer Tullamore Classical String School. Through the years she established her music talents, participating in choirs, orchestras and quartets.
Gavin started dancing at the age of 6 for the Boyle School of Irish Dancing in Glasgow, Scotland. Throughout the 13 years of his competitive career he travelled all over the world and achieved a top ten placing at all Major Events including 5th in the World Championships.
Kevin Goble started dancing when he was 8 years old. He joined the Griffin Lynch school of Irish Dance based in Leatherhead, taught by Maggie Lynch and world renowned choreographer Richard Griffin. Kevin has performed and competed at the highest level for 13 years now giving him the opportunity to dance over every continent!
Leanne was born in England and began Irish dancing at the age of just three. With a father from Kilkenny, Leanne was brought up listening to jigs and reels on repeat. At college she studied a broad range of dance from ballet to flamenco and everything in between.
Rachel Hunter started dancing for the Hunter School of Irish Dancing when she was just 4 years old. During her time competing she achieved consistent top 5 results throughout all of the major events, winning the Leinster Championship and numerous Dublin Championships.
Sarah began Irish dancing at the age of three and also took lessons in ballet hip-hop, tap and jazz until her early teens. She then focused primarily on Competitive Irish dance and began working in dance shows from the age of 16. Sarah has been touring with Dance Masters and Gaelforce dance over the last 3 years as a lead dancer.
Ben Gunnery is a multi-instrumentalist who studied at the Royal College of Music and Trinity College of Music, graduating with a first class degree in Classical Violin performance.
A classical pianist since the age of 7, Laura was introduced at the age of 11 to the world of Traditional Irish Music. She came to master the piano classically and traditionally, collecting numerous titles in Fleadh Ceoil competitions. From this she took up an interest in string instruments, beginning with Tenor Banjo, mandolin and in recent years, guitar. Laura won an All-Ireland title after just a year of playing guitar, and has since become known as one of the few female Traditional Guitarists in the country.
Laura is developing a reputation both as a singer, songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist performing extensively across Ireland, Europe and State side with her band Perfect Friction, Irish Dance shows and other musical projects.