Her experience includes two years of touring the Midlands with soul band, Soul Junction; performing with The City of Birmingham Young Voices; performing with the City of Birmingham Symphony Youth Chorus and undertaking a tour of cathedrals performing Born For This, a contemporary, musical depiction of the Stations of the Cross.

Since 2004 she has appeared as part of the celebrate chorus which features in the concerts of singer-songwriter duo Boyce & Stanley.

She toured the West Midlands in the Eva Long production of Mother Goose at Christmas 2012 and played the lead role of Emily in the Lichfield Garrick community musical The Hired Man in 2016.

Megan-Louise has trained in advanced vocal techniques with West End voice experts Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher as well as Zoe Tyler and Tom Pearce. She has appeared on BBC TV for Children In Need and Songs of Praise. She performed with Aled Jones on his version of No Wars Will Stop Us Singing.

In May 2005, Megan-Louise performed at Buckingham Palace and two years later at Westminster Abbey for Her Majesty The Queen, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh and 2000 guests as part of Commonwealth Observance Day.

Megan-Louise said: “I am excited to be involved in the StageScreen journey, not only to pass on the knowledge and experience I have had working in the arts industry, but also to promote vocal health and stamina ready to implement into training for all three elements of musical theatre.”