Lynsey Shaw fronted the girl band Girls@Play topping the charts and performing in 3 UK arena tours. After this she led, creatively directed and wrote all songs for the Electric Dolls, producing and presenting their very own TV show and performing at Wireless Festival in Hyde Park. Stateside, her first gig was singing the National Anthem for the Alveras Vs Hatton fight, in front of a 17,000 person crowd and millions on HBO. Lynsey also has a successful career in producing. Working on UK TV docu-reality show, ‘Nadia Goes To Hollywood’ when she was also lead songwriter for Irish star Nadia Forde. Lynsey Co-Produced short film ‘The Courier’, written and directed by J.Mackye Gruber (The Butterfly Effect, Final Destination 2) which won awards globally throughout 2015. Since attending RADA in the summer of 2015, Lynsey is now establishing two branches of her own entertainment business. Heroine Media and, of course, Impossible Things Entertainment. Lynsey continues striving to create, inspire and empower through projects in film, TV and theatre.