Nina Kristofferson is an International Multi-Award Winning Star, Winner of the Award of Excellence at the Houses of Parliament, the WGGB Olwen Wymark Theatre Encouragement Award, a Legend Award for the Community & Humanity from Trinidad & Tobago, the Arts Award for Excellence from the GAB Awards, Opera singing & making a difference in the community award from the UK Africa diaspora forum, woha and nominations from whatsonstage awards.
As an accomplished actress, writer and singer of many styles encompassing Jazz & Blues the Times describes Nina as “hypnotizing, captivating, electrifying”, she has received outstanding critical and public acclaim and as a Singer & Actor Nina has also worked around the World in Film, TV, Theatre, Radio including regular appearances on BBC London Radio and an appearance on Colourful Radio as well as being a Co-Presenter for Channel 2 – Talk Radio, Women in Business Radio Show.
Nina is also an Event’s Host, Voice Over Actor & Actor for Commercials, the Gaming Industry and countless Theatre projects. Nina has also been performing Concerts Internationally for many years, including: Nina Kristofferson Sings Billie Holiday, Nina Kristofferson ‘Timeless’ (a concert in 5 different languages) in London & around the UK, Deena in Dreamgirlz, Sweet Inspirations in Elvis, Classical & Opera – Soloist, Jazz & Blues Concerts, Motown Concerts, Europe, Dubai, USA, Hilton Hotel, The Oil Barons Ball, The Pheasantry, Man Group plc, Tesco, Mary K, Grosvenor House, Jewish Events, Zédel’s Crazy Coqs, Channel 4, Damien Hirst and many more Corporate Events.
Allan Rogers (Pianist and MD) is also the MD on the Strictly Come Dancing Arena Tour at the O2 and Wembley Arena. He has enjoyed a long and varied career as a session musician and Musical Director, working with artists such as Cilla Black, Marti Caine, Cliff Richard, Petula Clark, and recently Music Associate for Elaine Paige and Russell Watson. Allan’s TV credits include Record Breakers, Generation Game, Stars in Their Eyes, and One Night with Rod Stewart. Theatre credits include ‘Time’ starring Cliff Richard (Dominion Theatre), ‘A Clockwork Orange’ (RSC, working with Bono and The Edge of U2 on the score), ‘Flamenka’ (Lyric Theatre) and ‘Liberace Live from Heaven’ (Leicester Square Theatre).