Sergeant Moray Innes, to give him his full title, is currently serving in the British Army as a saxophonist and singer. Moray played in many groups in the 80’s and early 90’s but decided on a different career path in 1992 joining the British Army.  He travels all over the world while serving, and it was while based in Hong Kong and while rehearsing with the Army Big Band, he discovered his undoubted talent as a Sinatra tribute. Moray has performed as Sinatra, both on military and civilian platforms, home and abroad and has played for the Royal Family on many occasions.  In 2003, he saw active service in the second Gulf conflict where he also appeared as Sinatra in the desert to entertain the troops! Moray has performed sold out concerts at the Jam House, Edinburgh with his Big Band, fronting his 2 hour Salute to Sinatra Show.  Moray is delighted to be back playing Frank Sinatra in Sinatra The Final Curtain and is very grateful to the British Army, as are Kingdom Theatre, for granting him permission to appear during Edinburgh Fringe 2014

Sadie Paton

Sadie Paton plays Barbara Sinatra, Franks wife.

Sadie has been performing from a very young age. Coming from a musical family there was creative music around the house all her life. She studied cello and piano and performed in an orchestra as well as solo recitals before the age of 12. She gained her love of the stage however by winning starring roles in school musical theatre productions, acting and singing have always been a major part of her life.  

When Sadie moved back to Edinburgh following her Education in Berkshire she joined The  Edinburgh Acting School and starred as Arabella in Ritual for Dolls at the Edinburgh Fringe to great reviews. More recently Sadie has focused on singing in the Edinburgh circuit with bands and musical tribute acts including playing Nancy Sinatra for our own Moray Innes as Frank.  It was this link that tempted her to audition for the role of Barbara Sinatra whereupon she had to study this charismatic but mature lady.  She made her debut as Lady Blue Eyes at the Fringe 2013 and will continue this role in 2014

  

Steve Worsley plays Dean Martin and other roles in our new production.  Steve Worsley is a professional actor, originally from Aberdeen and now living in Falkirk.  His experience as a performer is as varied as his career, having performed in musicals and plays through to film and voice over work. He has narrated several unabridged best selling audiobooks including the Logan MacRae series by Stuart MacBride and The Blackhouse by Peter May. Steve can be seen regularly performing across Scotland with his own Rat Pack style vocal trio Ocean's 3, and he can also be seen performing in and around Edinburgh with the comedy improv troupe Men With Coconuts ( who will also be performing at this year's Fringe).

Sarah MacGillivray plays the part of Rosie the nurse for some performances and understudies Barbara Sinatra. Currently living in Glasgow she studied at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly RSAMD) winning the Charles Brooke Memorial Prize, MA Acting , Acting Coach Scotland, Practical Aesthetics, University of Glasgow, MA (Hons) Theatre Studies and Telford College, HNC Acting and Performance

Credits include 2013, Stage, Flora, THE GREAT SCOTTISH HISTORY MYSTERY, Duncan Kidd, Imaginate at Tramway, 2013, Event, Siren, LADY LUCKY: CULT OF FORTUNA, National Museum of Scotland/Edinburgh’s Hogmanay, Artists Walker and Bromwich. 2012, Stage, Jenny, THE SPECIAL, RCS Final Showcase, Phil Bartlett, Stage, Dee, A MILLION HEARTS IN STEREO, RCS/Arches on the Verge, Phil Bartlett, Improvisation, Improviser, TABOO, RCS/Arches On the Verge, Riley Madincea, Stage, Provost, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, RCS, Mark Saunders, Stage, Edgar, KING LEAR, Shakespeare’s Globe/RCS, Tom Cornford. 2011, Stage, Mother/Nurse, 2401 OBJECTS, RCS, Virginia Monte, Stage, Anya, THE CHERRY ORCHARD, RCS, Katya Kamotskaia & Mark Stevenson, Stage, Ensemble, POOL [NO WATER], RCS, Virginia Monte, Stage, Gwen, HEX, Strangetown Theatre Company, Tim Primrose, Stage, Penelope, THE PEST, Strangetown Theatre Company, Tim Primrose. 2010, Stage, Hannah, A LITTLE LEARNING, Randle Productions (Madrid), Matt Randle