Beth trained at the London School of Musical Theatre in the heart of the West End, from there Beth graduated straight into the cast of the world's biggest musical 'Les Miserables' playing many varied ensemble roles while understudying the lead roles of both Cosette and Eponine. which she performed on numerous occasions.
The world beckoned and Beth crossed the pond to play the lead in 'Disney Dreams' aboard the Disney flagship Wonder in the Bahamas... it was here that she embraced her passion for cruising which has never diminished.
Over the coming years Beth circled the globe many times, performing as a Mainstage Production Singer with leading theatre companies and as a guest entertainer aboard some of the worlds most luxurious liners. Between contracts, Beth still managed to squeeze in many UK theatre appearances in various pantomimes playing alongside Canon and Ball, Paul Daniels , Timmy Mallet and Lee Mack in such roles as Wendy in Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty and Belle in Beauty and the Beast.
Beth made her TV debut in 1999 playing the role of Miss Hope in the BBC drama 'The Great Ship'. Ironic considering her love of cruising.
Returning to her Les Miserables days, Beth was lucky enough to be part of the popular theatre tour Beyond the Barricade, touring various theatres and luxury liners around the world.
Beth's love for travelling saw her then to go on and secure the part of Penny in 'London The Summer Musical' in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In 2013-14 Beth was a featured soloist and ensemble cover Maureen/Mimi/Joanne in The 20th Anniversary Rent In Concert Tour, starring Kerry Ellis and Atomic Kitten's Natasha Hamilton.
In late 2014 Beth performed in the West End Women UK tour with Kerry Ellis, Joanna Ampil and Ria Jones and continues to tour theatres around the UK with Broadway Divas and Rogers and Hammerstein Songbook tours.
Since 2015, Beth’s focus has changed somewhat, having given birth to two beautiful children, Eva and William. With this came a slight change in direction for Beth’s singing career; whilst still performing in a number of shows and events, the core of Beth’s work now comes from weddings. Weddings allow Beth to stay local to the family home in Worcestershire whilst also doing the one thing she loves, singing.