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TheMoneyNoteClub

In addition to creating new works we also regularly stage our production 'The Money Note Club' which is a celebration of existing musical theatre repertoire performed by Paul and other West End professionals.

Regular Collaborators

Julia Worsley

Julia Worsley

Julia’s experience spans three genres, Film, Theatre and Television. Julia recently completed a run in the revival of TABOO at the Brixton Club House playing Josie Julia’s recent film and television includes Priscilla in the soon to be released, BARKING AT TREES, The Head Whore in the LES MISERABLES Movie, guest lead role on HOLBY CITY, a guest appearance on DOCTORS and PROFESSOR GREEN’S video for hit single ‘Read All About It’ playing a young Professor Green’s mother!  Also on Television Julia has appeared in FOOTBALLERS WIVES EXTRA TIME, THE BILL, MCCALLUM, EASTENDERS and THIS LIFE.Other notable musical Feature Films – PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and also EVITA, where she played a sister of Eva Peron performed by Madonna. Other Theatre work includes; LOVE STORY in Chichester Festival Theatre, Suppliant in THE SUPPLIANT (Gate Theatre), Fantine in LES MISERABLES (national tour), Nancy in OLIVER (London Palladium), Eponine in LES MISERABLES (Palace Theatre Manchester and Edinburgh), Ruby in ROCK HARD (Leicester Haymarket), Fanny Brice in FUNNY GIRL and Charity in SWEET CHARITY (Kings Theatre Southsea), You’re A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN (Oldham Coliseum), Calphurnia in JULIUS CAESAR (Castlefield Roman Fort), Ma Ubu in UBU ROI (Edinburgh Festival).

Previous Collaborators

Norman Bowman

Norman Bowman

Originally from Arbroath, Norman’s credits include: Slim in OF MICE & MEN (Birmingham Repertory Theatre) Nym/Williams in HENRY V (Noel Coward Theatre) Ross in MACBETH Directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh and Rob Ashford (Manchester International Festival & New York Armoury)) PG Wodehouse in FINDING NEVERLAND (Leicester Curve/Harvey Weinstein Productions) Mack Sennett in MACK & MABEL (Southwark Playhouse) Stanley Pea in VAMPIRETTE (Manchester Opera House) Mickey Deans in END OF THE RAINBOW (UK Tour) Sam Carmichael in MAMMA MIA! (Prince of Wales) Tom Watson/Officer Starnes in PARADE (Donmar Warehouse) Sky Masterson in GUYS & DOLLS alongside Patrick Swayze's Nathan Detroit (Donmar West End/Piccadilly Theatre) Curiou/s Feste in TWELTH NIGHT alongside Sir Derek Jacobi's Malvolio (Donmar West End/Wyndhams Theatre) Coach Bolton in HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL (Hammersmith Apollo) Harry the Horse & u/s to Ewan McGregor's Sky Masterson in GUYS & DOLLS (Donmar West End/Piccadilly Theatre) Danny Zuko in GREASE (UK No.1 Tour) Munkustrap in CATS (UK No.1 Tour) Artie in SUNSET BOULEVARD (UK No.1 Tour)  Tony in WEST SIDE STORY (UK No.1 Tour) Frederic in THE PIRATES OF PENZANZE alongside Paul Nicholas' Pirate King (UK No.1 Tour) Anthony in SWEENEY TODD (New Vic, Stoke) Marius in LES MISERABLES (West End & UK National tour).

Norman Bowman

Paul Francis Monaghan

Paul, is originally from Dublin, Ireland. After finishing his secondary education in Synge Street CBS he trained at the Brendan Smith Academy, The College of Music and The Royal Academy Of Music. He made his debut in Ireland playing Pontius Pilate opposite Colm Wilkinson in "Jesus Christ Superstar" this led to many leading roles in productions such as "Zorba", "The New Pirates of Penzance", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat","Chess","Can't Stop the Music" and his first pantomime "Dick Whittington". In 1991 Paul moved to London to play the "Bishop of Digne" in "Les Miserables" at the Palace Theatre until 1993, he then became an original cast member of the First National tour of "The Phantom of the Opera" playing the Phantom in Manchester and Edinburgh. He returned to Dublin briefly to play the title role in "Sweeney Todd" at the National Concert Hall. In 1993 he appeared as a guest artist in a tribute to Sir Cameron Mackintosh as part of the Summer Proms series. Paul Conceived/ Produced/ Arranged and Directed a series of Concerts throughout the UK and Ireland entitled "Les Miscellaneous". Featuring members of the 1998/1999 touring cast of "Les Miserables" they were seen in Edinburgh, Belfast, Bradford, Dublin, Belfast and finally Manchester. In 2010 he created the role of Mr Carney in the West End production of Flaherty and Ahren's "A Man Of No Importance". Most recently Paul played Mr Scheinkopf in the Irish tour of "Fame The Musical" and appeared at the O2, London, in the "25th Anniversary Concert of Les Miserables". He then appeared at the Royal Albert Hall in the "25th Anniversary Production of "The Phantom Of The Opera".


Community Involvement

As a company of performers with years of experience we are also keen to nurture young talent, as such, in every venue we will seek to involve the local community of young performers; we will contact local College’s, schools and performance schools and discuss the potential for local involvement.

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