Sinead Long biography Sinead Long is a singer and actor who has been acquiring onstage experience since over a decade. She trained in Musical Theatre at the Arts Educational Schools, London, graduating with a 3-year degree in 2011. Theatre: Her credits include playing the role of Serena in the UK tour of Legally Blonde by Jerry Mitchell (2012), Bootie and first cover Mary in Tonight’s The Night by C. Jay Ranger in the UK tour (2013), Francine in Jersey Boys by Des McAnuff in the UK tour (2014-15), Shell Dockley in Bad Girls by Will Keith & Sasha Regan at the Union Theatre (2016), ensemble in Jesus Christ Superstar by Tim Sheader at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre (2016), ensemble in Jesus Christ Superstar by Tim Sheader and Liam Steel at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre (2017), Mary in Oranges & Elephants by Susie McKenna at the Hoxton Hall (2018), ensemble in Chess by Laurence Conner (2018), Rosie in Sweet Charity by Bill Buckhurst at the Nottingham Playhouse (2018), ensemble in Hamilton by Thomas Kail (2018, 19). Other Credits: Sinead was also involved in other TV projects, concerts and pantomimes. Some of her work includes playing Carly Ford in BBC TV’s Doctors (2018), vocals in H&M Fashion Show at the Paris Fashion Week (2016), Mrs Darling/Mermaid in Peter Pan (2016) and backing vocals in The Classical Brit Awards (2011).