Laura, a graduate of the University of Leeds, trained at the Royal Academy of Music and was supported by The Ian Fleming Musical Theatre Award and The BBC Performing Arts Bursary.

She made her West End debut in the 'The Wizard of Oz' covering the role of Dorothy. Other Theatre work includes a run at the Arcola playing the role of La Passionaria in 'Goodbye Barcelona', Monica in 'Friends - The Opera', Vocal Swing in 'Shoes' at the Peacock Theatre and Factory Girl in the 25th Anniversary Production of 'Les Misérables' understudying and playing the role of Fantine.

Concerts work includes Principal Soloist -'The Wonderful World of Captain Beaky and his Band' (The Royal Albert Hall) 'ABBAPHONIC' (The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Russian Tour), 'Symphonic Disco Spectacular' (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra) 'Michael Ball Heroes' (UK Tour)
'Les Misérables in Concert - 25th Anniversary Celebration' (The O2 Arena) 'The Royal Variety Performance 2010' (The London Palladium) 'Classic FM's Christmas Spectacular' (The O2 Arena) 'White Christmas' (The Royal Albert Hall) 'Elton John and Ray Cooper' (The Royal Albert Hall) and 'Fast Forward' (The National Theatre).

Television work includes featured artist in the T-Mobile 'Welcome Home' Advertisement Campaign and a lead vocalist in the choir featured in 'Lemon La Vida Loca'.