Davina Moon

Bringing you all the songs across stage, screen and soundtracks, Davina host Showtime! on a Sunday between 4pm and 6pm.

Davina is a scholarship graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, London.
Film credits include the highly anticipated 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die
opposite Léa Seydoux (dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga), The People We Hate At The Wedding
(dir. Claire Scanlon) with Kristin Bell and Allison Janney, Matilda (dir. Matthew Warchus)
starring Emma Thompson, Military Wives (dir. Peter Cattaneo) starring Kristin Scott
Thomas and Sharon Horgan, Disney’s Aladdin (dir. Guy Ritchie) starring Will Smith, Dirty
God (dir. Sacha Polak)
Television credits include Moonflower Murders (BBC), Wreck (BBC), Industry (BBC),
Suspicion (Apple TV) with Uma Thurman, Master of None with Aziz Ansari (Netflix),
Cheaters with Susan Wokoma (BBC), Ted Lasso with Jason Sudekis (Apple TV),
Eastenders and Doctors (both for BBC 1).
West End credits include the five time Olivier award winning Life Of Pi at the Wyndham’s
Theatre (dir. Max Webster), Yellow Face at the National Theatre (dir. Alex Sims), Privates
On Parade at the Noël Coward (dir. Michael Grandage), Annie Get Your Gun at The
Young Vic (dir. Richard Jones), Miss Saigon at the Theatre Royal (dir. Matt Ryan) Bombay
Dreams at the Apollo Victoria (dir. Stephen Pimlott) and Wah! Wah! Girls at the Peacock
Theatre (dir. Emma Rice).
Broadway credits include Around The World In Eighty Days at the Mint Theater (dir. Ian
Marshall-Fisher) opposite Nicholas Jones.
Other theatre includes The Last Temptation Of Boris Johnson at the Park Theatre (dir.
Lotte Wakeham), The Mirror Crack’d for Salisbury Playhouse and Wales Millennium Centre
(dir. Melly Still), Yellow Face at the Park Theatre (dir. Alex Sims) and Double Act at the
Polka Theatre (dir. Vicky Ireland).
Award winning short films include Blank Shores (dir. Alex Kyrou) for the BFI opposite
BAFTA winner Georgina Campbell, Expiation (dir. Oz Arshad) with Nitin Ganatra and A
Stitch in Time (dir. Graham Atkins-Hughes) with Paul Barber and Marcus Rudda.
UK tours include Britain’s Got Bhangra for Rifco Arts (dir. Pravesh Kumar) and Wuthering
Heights for Tamasha (dir. Kristine Landon-Smith)
Davina is the vocalist on the number one track Something Good 08 by the Utah Saints.