Lucy was born in Leicestershire, UK. Prior to Eden she has toured Europe with her own rock band and was published and signed to an independent record label. She has also supported renowned acts on arena tours, such as "Steps" "Atomic Kitten" and "A1".
More recent performances include Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Masquerade”, working for the Really Useful Group and Robert Stigwood’s production of “Saturday Night Fever” where she played the leading role of Annette.
Libby lives in Glasgow, Scotland, and trained at the London School of Musical Theatre, graduating in September 2006, specializing in classical musical theatre. Roles include the Princess Baldroubador in “Aladdin” Glasgow, Polly Browne in “The Boyfriend” and the leading role of Martine in the world premiere of the brand new Charles Miller musical “R.S.V.P, A.S.A.P” at the Cochrane Theatre in London’s West End.
Recent performances include working with Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group performing in his production of “Masquerade”, and Robert Stigwood’s “Saturday Night Fever” as the female lead “Stephanie”. Libby has also performed with "Britain's Got Talent" star, Kev Orkian, taking over the role of the "Opera Singer", a role which was originated by Katherine Jenkins. This scene features on ITV's "Stepping Out with Katherine Jenkins", airing Christmas 2012.
Both Libby and Lucy have also worked extensively within the cruise industry, with over 10 years' experience between them and have been fortunate enough to perform all over the world. They first met in St Lucia, and have performed in "Saturday Night Fever" and for the likes of Dame Helen Mirren, Michael Ball, and Prince Albert of Monaco. They also opened the brand new cruise ship "The Reflection" in October 2012 for Celebrity cruise lines, joining for the inaugural cruise and were the first ever act to perform on the main stage. They continue to tour world-wide with their own show, Eden.
Eden also act as patrons for the U.K based charity, "Primary Education for All", providing primary education in developing countries. For more information please visit the PEfA website.