Current/Upcoming Projects
Best: The Greatest Hits of S Club 7
album re-release

Fallen Angel
jon's solo debut album
Released: December 10, 2012

Forever Plaid
musical of the greatest songs of the 50’s.
Dates: April 5-24, 2016

Casualty
as 'Mercedes Christie"
TV Series . The everyday lives of the people frequenting the frenetic Accident and Emergency department of Holby City hospital.
Airing: January 23, 2016

The Goob
as 'Mary'
Film . A girl flees her orphanage in a paranoid belief that otherworldly forces are after her. She seeks refuge in the remote town of Fate, Texas, but is met with hostility.
Released: August 28, 2014

Gorytime
as 'Hayley Smith'
TV Mini Series . Horror directed by Peter Harris TBC.
Airing: ?

Utopia
as 'Lucy'
Film . Three intertwoven stories of lonelieness and isolation.
Released: 2016

Falling
skua's first single release
Released: July 14, 2014

Kneel
skua's first album release
Released: October 09, 2014

Rocky Horror
as 'Eddie / Dr. Scott'
rock n roll musical
Dates: December 17, 2015 - August 3, 2016

The Voice Of Ireland
Judge
TV Series . Irish edition if the international TV franchise The Voice, a reality singing competition.
Released: Airing Now

WaterAid
wateraid's official ambassador
In 2012 Rachel became WaterAid's first celebrity ambassador. She recently visited our work in Ethiopia, meeting families who currently do not have clean water, and saw first-hand the impact this has on communities.

Making Me Dance Single
tina's latest single
Released: November 03, 2013

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S Club 7 star Paul Cattermole will be doing the Time Warp again on stage in The Rocky Horror Show but doesn’t think he will Bring It All Back with the band any time soon. The band, who starred in TV show Miami 7, had a reunion tour last year but he doesn’t seem keen to repeat that. Paul said: “I’m not really sure if it’s the kind of thing that’s going to work any more. “It has made a lot of people very happy and some of it made me happy but that’s way back in the past. “I have a nostalgic moment every once in a while but I’m hoping it’s not something that comes back.” He joined the band out of drama school and wasn’t asked to sing or dance at his audition, although he could. He said: “The alarm bells were ringing in my head and I should have listened to that. “I was going to be employed for my talking ability so that I could cover the interviews.” Paul said he had a great time in Miami filming the show, as well as hair-raising moments filming with an alligator. It was so hot that everyone was falling asleep on set. Paul remembers hoping the alligator’s wrangler, who was holding its tail out of the camera shot, wasn’t going to nod off too…
Paul had only seen the Rocky Horror movie before he auditioned for the dual roles of bad boy Eddie and his scientist uncle Dr Scott. He said: “When I saw the show live, it was awesome. It’s one of the best shows I’ve ever seen for script, comedy, music and characters. “The story isn’t too serious, which is one of the things I love about it as well. It’s as much fun to do as it was to watch. It’s such a great show to be in.” He’s had great fun putting on the fishnets as Dr Scott. He said: “I like the way people cheer for that moment when even the old doctor has got tights on.” The show is famed for audience interaction. Fans dress up and have set responses to lines. Paul said: “You come to the front of the stage and get to see a fair few Eddies in the audience. He’s a popular character.” He remembers working in Sheffield with music producer Eliot Kennedy. “That was 15 to 16 years ago and Elliot is the guy who wrote Bring It All Back. He pulls people up from London to Sheffield to work with him. He’s so good you’ve got to go up there to work for him. He’s such a lovely guy.” Paul was taken by Elliot to a Steelers game and loved the atmosphere. He said: “It was rocking to songs he’d written.”
The Rocky Horror Show is at the Lyceum next Monday to Saturday. Box office: Sheffield Theatres or 249 6000.
– thestar.co.uk

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