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Jane trained at The Royal Academy of Music and Royal Holloway, University of London.

Theatre credits include:

First Woman Wonderful Town (Sir Simon Rattle & LSO); Understudy to Patricia Hodge as Amanda Private Lives (The Nigel Havers Theatre Company); C/ Veronica and Annette God of Carnage and C/ Connie and Diane The Nightingales (Theatre Royal Bath); Jennyanydots / Gumbie Cat Cats (London Palladium & Blackpool Opera House); Swing C/ Marion, Mrs Maudsley & Leo’s Mother The Go-Between (Apollo, West End); Anna Rags (Hope Mill Theatre); Diva Maria Langer Across The Wall (St. James Theatre); Vesta Tilley Business As Usual (Cheltenham Everyman); Anna Lend Me A Tenor (Gielgud, West End / Plymouth Theatre Royal); Sister Berthe The Sound of Music (Andrew Lloyd Webber’s No.1 UK tour); Portia Shakespeare Smorgasbard (Caterham Festival); Leila Iolanthe & Kate The Pirates of Penzance (Gielgud, West End & UK/USA tours); First Cover Eliza My Fair Lady (Esplanade Singapore); Margot The Merry Widow, First Soprano Lakme (Opera Holland Park); Miss Lynch Grease (No.1 UK tour); Jane Eloquent Protest (Trafalgar Studios); Babette La Cage Aux Folles (No.1 UK tour); Claudine Fanny (Sadler’s Wells); Music Hall Star Oh! What A Lovely War (Clwyd).

Film/Television credits include:

Maggie De-Lovely (MGM); Caroline Enduring Love (Paramount); Chloe Y Factor (Sky); Louise Anti-Crime (Home Office Campaign).

Recording credits include:

Bernstein Wonderful Town (Sir Simon Rattle & LSO); Lend Me A Tenor – Original London Cast Album (First Night Records); De-Lovely soundtrack (MGM); City Travellers Album (MM Productions); Free As Air – London Cast Album (Jay Records).

Radio credits include:

Jia Gibaud Obla Air & Emily Middleton Middleton Hall (British Council).

Jane also has her own one-woman show Jane Quinn in Cabaret.