Residents & Creators

She is the ‘Belle Of Bohemia’. With the fascination of a Cleopatra. And two former husbands who are millionaires…

London Evening Standard, April 1930.

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Yvette Robinson

Belle Livingstone

Trained at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts Yvette’s credits in the UK include roles such as: Sally, in the European premiere of “Forget me Not” at the High Tide Festival for the Bush Theatre; Maddy in “ A Midsummers Song“ at The New Wolsey Theatre; Claire in “Bare” at The Union Theatre; Marguerite in “Marguerite” at The Tabard Theatre; Marion in Priscilla Queen Of The Desert at The Palace Theatre; Donna (alternate) in Mamma Mia! International Tour; Eva Peron (alternate) in Evita at the Adelphi Theatre, London; “Marian” in The original cast of “The Women In White “. At The Palace Theatre, London . Side By Side By Sondheim at the Gordon Craig Theatre; and Pearl, Dinah, Buffy and Ashley in Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany).

Yvette also performed in her native Australia in roles such as Julie Rooney in Jolson, at His Majestys Theatre Sydney; Factory Girl & Fantine in the 10th Anniversary Les Miserables; Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady and Mistress and alternate Evita at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Perth.

In Television, Yvette can be seen as Polly Posh in Cushion Kids (Nine Network, Australia) and voices for the animated series The Kosmos Kids (Wave Entertainment). Yvette played Nurse Heedy in the American film South Pacific (Touchstone) starring Glenn Close and Harry Connick Junior.

In 2016, Yvette became the female vocalist for the Jazz Pop Trio “Démodé Trio “ They can currently be seen performing in the UK and throughout Europe (

Instagram @yvette_robinson_

Justine Marie Mead

Belle (alternate)

Training: Guildford School of Acting

Credits include:  Betty Blast/Eleanor in Footloose (NCLH Creative Studios- Joy Theatre),Ruth in My Mental Breakdown a Musical (Turbine Theatre) Mary Read in Bonny and Read (OSO, Brockley Jack Theatre) Titania in Midsummer Night’s Dream (Cannizaro Park) Ensemble in Tiger Bay (Cardiff Castle) Fairy Godmother in Cinderella ( Kings Theatre Southsea) Fairy in Sleeping Beauty (Theatre Severn) Pleiades in the World Premier of The Little Prince (Lyric Theatre Belfast) Judith in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (The Space) Loretta in Zanna Don’t! (Upstairs at the Gatehouse, The Space) Lead Vocalist in Overtures (V&A Museum) Aldonza in Man of La Mancha (Electric Theatre), Snapdragon in Tickledom (Wales Millennium Centre) Fluella the Ice Witch in Tickledom Evergreen and the Ice Witch (Congress Theatre, New Theatre Cardiff, Swansea Grand)

Justine Marie is a member of the 1940s trio The Siren Sisters performing at a range of Theatres, Concerts and Festivals in and around the UK.

Instagram: @Justmmea


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Oliver Chapman
Taz / Lula
Charlotte CogGin
Freda / Margot
 Ella Carolan
Freda / Margot
Hakeem Tinubu
Ruth Howard
Margot / Freda

Club Residents

Ayesha Pike
Valaida / Vocals
Ineza Kerschkamp
Valaida / Vocals (alternate)
Rory Simmons
Band Leader
Nat Cross
Jonathan Idiagbonya
Alex Davis
Gaspar Sena
Jon Shenoy
Clarinet / Reeds


Created and produced by THE LOST ESTATE in partnership with the Company:
William Kunhardt
Creative Director
Suanne Braun
Contributing Script Writer
ElEesha Drennan
Director & Choreographer
Steffan Rees
Composer / Arranger
Iain Farrington
Composer / Arranger
Rory Simmons
Music Director / Arranger
Darling & Edge
Set Design
Liam Riddick
Associate Choreographer
Peter Small
Lighting Design
Beth Duke
Sound Design
Isla Campbell
Costume Design
Pippa Batt
Costume Associate
Hazel Holder
Creative Consultant / Performance Coach
Harry Blumenau
Casting Director
Ursula Kerswell
Production Manager
James Smellie
Production Electrician
Ruth Parry
Production Stage Manager
Will Thompson
Production Sound Engineer
Ash Clarke
Executive Chef / Menu Design
Conrad Harshaw
Bar Manager
Simon Morgan
Bar Manager
Amy Warren
Show Manager
Sami Wood
Stage Manager 
George Kirby-Smith
Duty Manager
Kiera Clark
Venue Technician / Lighting Operator
Ryan Bailey
Sound Operator
Felicitas Kid
Wardrobe Supervisor
Cavan Malone
Front of House Manager
Eppie Conrad
Technical Swing
Graphic Design / World Building
Show Works
Production Sound Equipment
White Light
Production Lighting Equipment
Langston Hughes
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