The Committee

Who We Are

The committee are elected every year at our AGM, usually held in February or March. The committee are there to make sure that everything the society does is for the benefit of it's members and to ensure the future success of WLOS.


Sean Anderson


I joined WLOS for Anything Goes in 2013 and had so much fun that I’ve thrown myself into the society ever since. I’ve performed in shows and choirs since I can remember and as well as my passion for musical theatre, love close harmony and a capella. A retail programme manager by day, I’m used to delivering great results with limited budgets, lean teams to tight deadlines!


Chris Irving

Vice Chair

I joined WLOS in 2016 to stage manage ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ and joined the committee shortly after. I have been involved in technical theatre since the age of 10 and now regularly production manage or stage manage for WLOS productions. As a supply chain manager in the real world, I love organising the backstage antics and making sure everyone has good fun along the way!


Alice Hudson-Sheaf


I was introduced to WLOS in the year 2000 by a previous Musical Director who I met at Cambridge University G&S Society. 16 years later I thought it was about time I offered my services to the committee! I am a stalwart of the WLOS chorus, and having been in the society a while I have now been in a couple of shows twice, aging from a daughter in Fiddler on the Roof first time round to a mother the second time, reflecting my real life since I am now a Mum!


Amy Matthewson


I joined WLOS for Summer Cabaret 2016 and was overcome by how friendly and dedicated the WLOS members are. It wasn’t long before I joined the committee as treasurer, taking over from the wonderful Paul after his 20+ year tenure. As a finance manager for a living, I have a strange love for spreadsheets, and being on committee lets me combine my passion for organisation and process with my side-passion of dancing, harmonizing and generally being part of a show-family.


Nicola Wendel

Membership Secretary

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Abbie Minnock

Publicity Officer

I first joined WLOS for their 2016 production of Company and needless to say, the society has become a huge part of my life ever since. I've since performed in a further 4 WLOS shows and joined the committee family in 2017. A Communications Manager by day, my flair for puns and all things wordy, hopefully translates well as the online voice of WLOS.


Caroline Steer

Social Secretary

Performance has been a massive part of my life since I was tiny. I joined WLOS in 2016 for Made in Dagenham and I have been involved on stage and off with plenty of the shows since then. I love the way that WLOS tries to make things inclusive and fun, whilst putting on good quality shows. And I try to bring that feeling into our events!


Janet Huckle

General Member

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Victoria Warne

General Member

I joined WLOS in 2012 for Curtains, and was immediately welcomed into the WLOS family. Having studied music and sung in various choirs and productions, it’s great to be able to be around like minded people who love the thrill of putting on a show! This is my second stint on the committee after taking the role of secretary in 2015, and now I’m back for more!


Connie Nash

General Member

I joined WLOS in 2018 for their production of Copacabana and loved working with the team so much I joined the committee. I’ve loved the theatre since I was 6 years old when I saw a production of My Fair Lady, and have been performing one way or other ever since. As part of the committee I also enjoy getting involved in all our social events, you can usually find me working behind the infamous WLOS bar. I’m looking forward to working with the society and performing in many future shows.