Rich Rogue Arts

Artistic Team

Richard Link

Prior to moving to London in 2006, Richard Link worked as a music director, conductor and composer in Canada and the U.S. He has performed around the world in such venues as the Sydney Opera House, the Place des Arts in Montreal, and the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York.

London credits include Follies (Network Theatre), Anthony Newley, the Singer and his Songs (Etc Theatre) and Cabaret Confidential (London Theatre Museum). Richard’s newest CD Committed to my Heart is available on iTunes. For details on performances and composition please visit

Steven Sparling

Steven trained in Canada at Grant MacEwan College and the Universities of Alberta and British Columbia as well as Concordia University in Montreal. He holds a diploma in Theatre Performance and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre/Music. He made his professional debut at 19 in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Stage West in Calgary. He went on to perform with Stage West Edmonton, Mayfair Theatre, Edmonton Opera, CBC and Les Grands Ballets Canadiens in plays, musicals, opera and TV drama/commercials.

He moved to the UK in 2002 and has toured the country with Image Musical Theatre and Stopwatch Theatre Company. He was Principal Singer for the inaugaral season of Costa Cruiseline’s Magica. He has performed in a short film for the BBC and recently recorded a new musical version of Dracula. He recently completed a tour of Bill Kenwright’s production of Scrooge starring Michael Barrymore in which he played Mr. Pringle and was Dance Captain. For more information please visit

Heather Weir

Heather is a singer, actor and musical director. Her recent credits include A Swell Party as Ethel Merman (Jermyn Street Theatre & St. Augustine’s Studio, Edinburgh Festival), the leading role of Karen in Fax of Life (Greenwich Theatre), Anne Vaux in Remember! Remember! (Bridewell Theatre), The Snow Queen (Manchester Opera House), Kaye’s The Word (Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh Festival), Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (Limelight Theatre). Musical Director And the World Goes ’Round (Landor Theatre), Achilles in Heels (Landor Theatre) Into the Woods, Working, Assassins and Merrily We Roll Along (Central School of Speech and Drama), Grimm Tales, ThreePenny Opera (Welwyn Garden City Theatre). The World Première of Falls (Greenwich Theatre) and NewsRevue (Canal Café). Cabaret work includes Rose et Noir (Lauderdale House).

She studied singing, piano and percussion at Trinity College of Music London, acting at the London Theatre Conservatory, holds a BA (Hons) degree in music, a postgraduate diploma and an LTCL. As a visiting lecturer Heather teaches on MA courses at Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London and Drama Centre London, University of the Arts, is a sung voice teacher at the Actors Centre London and frequently works as a freelance voice specialist with theatre companies in the UK and Europe.

Caricatures by Vivienne Brooks.