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MEet the Team

Musical Team

Graham Duffy - Musical Director
Graham has around ten years' experience as a theatre director, musical director, conductor and composer. Although he would never admit to being a singer himself, he is interested in vocal technique, choral harmony and acting through song. He is interested in the construction of songs and musicals. Graham is a full time primary school teacher and currently has a new musical in development.

Paul Slevin - Pianist
Paul is a software developer and mathematician with extensive experience as a keys and woodwind player in the Glasgow musical theatre scene, having performed in over 30 shows and concerts. 


Administrative Team

 

Ben Galloway
Ben has been a mainstay of the Glasgow musical theatre scene for a number of years. He currently works as a software developer and is an integral part of the Acquire team with his webmaster skills.

Ami Duncan
Ami has been a committed member of the Glasgow musical theatre scene for the past eight years. Graduating in English teaching, she is dedicated to inspiring a love and appreciation of the arts in a younger generation.

Kirsty Leith
After many years performing in Aberdeen, Kirsty moved to Edinburgh and gained her HNC Musical Theatre, specialising in voice studies and conducting. Kirsty performs at weddings and corporate events, accompanied by her pianist husband Andrew; she also sings Soprano 2 with Glasgow University’s Madrigirls.

Jimi Mitchell
Jimi is a writer and director based in Glasgow. His passion and focus has always been musical theatre and he premiered his first original musical, 'A Gentleman's Game' at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He is also co-host of the weekly podcast, ‘Jim and Tomic’s Musical Theatre Happy Hour.’

Robert Hendren
Robert graduated in 2016 from the University of Glasgow where he studied accountancy. Although not a performer himself, he has always been hugely supportive of the arts and is pleased that he can apply his accountancy skills to a new group such as Acquire.

 

Kit Stonier
Kit works as a development engineer having studied Electronics with Music at the University of Glasgow. He has supported many Glasgow theatre groups with their technological needs and is keen to bring his unique skillset to Acquire.

 

 

Laura Campbell
Laura is extremely passionate about singing and musical theatre. Having been a keen performer for many years she is now a Youth Arts Worker for Render Glasgow where she specialises in delivering arts activities for young people and manages Acquire’s various social media.