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 Jamie John
Jamie John has been associated with LHMTC since 2008, when he came on board as both cast member and Dance Workshop Leader/Choreographer. Jamie’s acting and performing credits have been many and varied, from ‘Little Britain’ and the ‘Seven Dwarfs’ documentary, to the ’Harry Potter’ series of films. In more recent times, Jamie has found fame and notoriety with his alter-ego, ’Miss DQ’ - the UK’s only dwarf Drag Queen and is much in demand all over the world. 2018 saw Miss DQ own the stage at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as well as many UK and International Pride events and over the 2018 Christmas period Jamie was treading the boards at the London Palladium alongside Dawn French and Julian Clary in ‘Snow White’. Jamie has also recently signed up with a London modelling agency and for most of 2019, he performed nationwide with the ’Lady Boys of Bangkok’. 2020 brought a halt to all performances in the entertainment industry, but Jamie has some big plans for 2021 and beyond.
 



 

 
 

 Adam Rayner
 Adam has appeared in many diverse plays, toured with the Royal Shakespeare Company and has been involved in various dramas and 
 international films, such as 'Mistresses', 'Doctor Who', 'Miranda', 'The Whale', 'The Saint', 'Tyrant' and more recently, he has been filming in Canada.

 A word from Adam:
 I have been a Patron of The LHMTC since 2003 and in that time it has gone from strength to strength. Under the guidance of Les and her
 dedicated team, kids of all ages and ability have had the opportunity to take part in increasingly professional shows and it is clear to anyone 
 in the audience what a valuable experience it is for them and how much fun they are having! I know how important it was for me to be given 
 the chance to get on stage and perform when I was their age (not all that long ago!) and I'm sure that with the experience they have with
 the company, some of The LHMTC will be following me into the business. It's an honour to be a patron. Adam xxx

 

 

 
 

 Warwick Davis
 Warwick has starred in many high-profile films including 'Return of the Jedi', 'The Phantom Menace', 'Willow', 'Chronicles of Narnia', 'Hitch
 Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy' and of course playing the role of Professor Flitwick in the 'Harry Potter' series. His TV credits include, 'Life's Too
 Short', 'Perspectives', 'Weekend Escapes', 'Top Gear', 'An Idiot Abroad' and he is soon to be seen hosting the revived series 'Celebrity
 Squares'. Warwick is a keen charity supporter and in 2013, appeared in a Comic Relief episode 'The British Bake-off', winning the title of
 'Comic Relief Star Baker' for the episode. Warwick's stage work CV is equally as colourful and it has led him to become the founder of the
 'Reduced Height Theatre Company', with their first production tour of 'See How They Run' in 2014. Warwick is the co-founder of
 'Willow Management Ltd' - a talent agency who represent actors under 5 feet tall and also, actors over 7 foot tall!


A word from Warwick:
'Performing live on stage can be very liberating. The Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company gives people who don't usually have the opportunity to perform, that unique confidence boosting feeling. I'm very proud to be a patron of the Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company and support their work with disabled people in the theatre and performing arts. I look forward to visiting them and seeing future performances.'

 
   

 

 
 

 Simon Rowe
 Simon is very well known around the County of Norfolk and beyond. For many years, being a lively wake-up call to many over the airwaves of KL.FM and
 the Breakfast Show, he now runs his own radio station - 'Radio West Norfolk', broadcasting online to the same local audience!

 A word from Simon:
 'I have been involved in radio broadcasting for over 20 years and have been involved in many charity events around the county, but it never entered my head that an organisation would want me to actually be their Patron! However, out of the blue, I received a letter from Les & Tim of LHMTC asking me if I would like to consider being a Patron. I have followed LHMTC for a number of years and have admired their dedication and commitment and have always been impressed with their ethos which is 'Respect, Encouragement and Commitment'. Needless to say, I was taken aback and I am truly honoured to be associated with such a vibrant and professional organisation, which is made up entirely of volunteers and to be up there with the likes of Adam Rayner and Warwick Davis is an honour in itself.'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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