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Lee Barrett

Lee commenced his training at Foot Dreams School of Performing Arts before training at Colaiste Stiofan Noafa, studying a two year Foundation Dance Course. He then moved to the UK to train at LCPA. Whilst at college Lee finished his final year by playing Herman, one of the leading roles in ‘Sweet Charity’. He performed in Extravaganza’s production of ‘Jack & the Beanstalk’ choreographed by James Robinson, starring John Altman and in Imagine Theatre’s production ‘Snow White’ starring Sherrie Hewson. After graduating in 2016 Lee went on to work for Carnival Cruises. He performed at the KH Hair Show Awards Ceremony choreographed by Tom Shilcock. Lee is signed with commercial agencies ‘Mass Movement’ and ‘Love Rudeye’ and represented by Musical Theatre agency ‘You Management’.

 

Hannah Davies

Hannah DaviesHannah commenced her training at the Ann Oliver Stage School before continuing her training at LCPA, gaining a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma and BTDA dance Diploma’s. Whilst at college Hannah proudly performed the role of Vanessa in the college musical ‘In the Heights’ and toured with music group ‘Uncle Frank’ performing at concerts and festivals. After graduating in 2015 she successfully auditioned for Costa Cruise Liners and her first professional contract was on board the Diadema for 7 months. Once returning home Hannah toured the UK as part of a ‘Little Mix’ Tribute Band and is now looking forward to new and exciting ventures.

 

Ellie Wickett

Ellie Wickett eEllie commenced her training at the Chater Dance Academy before continuing her training at LCPA. Whilst at college she modelled for the Ronald Joyce Wedding Collection in London and was also scouted by Venella One Agency and Stanley Models. After graduating in 2015 Ellie successfully auditioned for Vegas Showgirls. She toured France in the show ‘Bravo’ Cirque D’Hiver Bouglione, and then performed in a ‘Moulin Rouge’ Gala in Germany. Back in the UK Ellie worked for Warner Leisure Hotels in the Isle of Wight as a dancer in their production shows. Ellie then travelled back to Germany for a winter season performing in ‘Winter Variete Ladenburg’. Ellie next returned to France with Cirque D’Hiver Bouglione then performed with Europa Park and IBO and also in a show in Freidrishafen. Ellie is currently performing with Hapag Lloyd Cruises dancing on board the MS Europa 2, represented by the Vegas Showgirls.

 

Dayl Cronin

Dayl CroninDayl began performing at the On Your Toes Dance Academy in Ireland, before training at LCPA. Whilst at college he featured in many shows and in 2014 in his 3rd year he successfully auditioned, alongside thousands of other young men, to become a member of Louis Walsh’s boyband ‘Hometown’. Since then the band have had two Number 1 hit singles in Ireland with ‘Where I Belong’ and ‘Cry for Help’. They travelled to Sweden to work with top writers and producers and also worked with Jamie Scott, ‘One Directions’ writer. Dayl has enjoyed appearing on TV shows such as ‘The Rose of Tralee’ and ‘The Late Late Show’. At events such as ‘The Pride of Northern Ireland Awards’ and ‘The Pride of Ireland Awards’ which are held to give awards to children who have achieved great things. They have toured and worked with artists Shane Filan from ‘Westlife’, ‘The Vamps’, ‘Union J’ and ‘McBusted’ to name a few. Dayl and his band mates are currently residing in London and touring globally. Dayl has most recently appeared on RTE One’s ‘Dancing With The Stars’.

 

Lucy Fitzgerald

Lucy FitzgeraldLucy commenced her training at the On Your Toes Dance academy in Ireland before moving to the UK to train at LPCA. Whilst at college Lucy proudly performed leading roles in the college’s musicals each year including playing Hedy in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’, Jennifer in ‘The Witches of Eastwick’ and Sandy in ‘Grease’. Since graduating in 2014 she has performed in pantomimes ‘Dick Whittington’ starring John Challis and choreographed by James Robinson and in ‘Snow White’ starring Lesley Joseph and choreographed by Christian Storm for Qdos. Lucy snapped up her first TV commercial choreographed by Supple Nam for J2O and recently performed for The Body Shops Christmas Conference. Lucy enjoyed performing at the closing ceremony of the Rugby Cup Final working with Britain’s Got Talent choreographer Nikki Trow. She has also had the privilege of performing as a swing at The Ritz Hotel in London. After performing in ‘Grease’ in the ensemble and understudy for Patty and Ms Lynch on the Harmony of the Seas, she is now appearing in ‘The Bodyguard’ in Germany.

 

Austyn Farrell

Austyn FarrellAustyn began his professional training at LCPA and whilst at college performed the role of Richie Walters in ‘A Chorus Line’ and principal parts in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ and the ‘Witches of Eastwick’. During his time at college he performed on Sky1’s ‘Got to Dance’, at ‘The Dance Show’ and in concert for Geri Halliwell. He then performed on the live shows of ‘The Voice’ working with artists Will.i.am, Jessie J, Tom Jones and choreographer Nathan Clark. After graduating in 2013 he went on to model for Virgin Media and then joined the cast of ‘Thriller Live’. After completing two contracts in the West End, Austyn completed a world tour of ‘Thriller Live’ performing in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. Artist credits include: Little Mix, Jason Darulo, Birdie, Leona Lewis, Mika, Benjamin Francis and Take That. TV work includes: ‘X-Factor’, ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, ‘The Voice Ireland’, ‘Surprise Surprise’ the ‘Alan Titchmarsh Show’, ‘Lip Sync Battle UK’, Disney’s ‘The Lodge’ and Allan Car’s ‘Prom Night Live’. Modelling and Fashion includes: Lacoste footwear 2016 collection and D&G (Italy). He recently performed at Capital’s ‘Summer Time Ball’ and is looking forward to continuing his career within dance and musical theatre on an international basis and also teaching at the college.

 

Jessica Nelson

Jessica NelsonJessica’s training began at Tiptoe School of Performing Arts before commencing her musical theatre training at LCPA. Jessica graduated in 2013 with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma, BTDA Modern Jazz Diploma and LCM Singing Diploma. Jessica’s past experience includes performing in musicals ‘Music Man’, ‘Gypsy’, ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ and ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’. Whilst at college she played the roles of Val in ‘A Chorus Line’, Miss Jones in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ and Alexandra in ‘Witches of Eastwick’. After graduating Jessica successfully auditioned in Germany for ‘Grease the musical’ tour. Jessica has just completed her second contract working as a production singer and dancer for Royal Caribbean Productions.

 

Alex Day

Alex commenced his training at the Ann Oliver Stage School before continuing his training at LCPA, gaining a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma and BTDA dance Diploma’s. Whilst at college he performed the role of Mike Costa in ‘A Chorus Line’ and Wally Womper in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’. During this time he also performed in ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ at Middlesborough Theatre and ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarves’ at the Stockport Plaza. After graduating in 2012 Alex went on to appear in ‘Chicago The Broadway Musical’ and ‘Blue Planet’ onboard Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas. When back on land he performed in ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ at the Riverfront Theatre in Newport. Shortly after, Alex toured the UK and Ireland in ‘Shrek The Musical’. His next venture was in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit show ‘Starlight Express’ in Bochum, Germany. Alex is looking forward to continuing his international career within dance and musical theatre.

 

Sean Dodds

Sean DoddsSean’s training began at Stagecoach Theatre Arts Leicester and he was also a member of LDS performing in musicals and plays such as ‘Dear Octopus’, ‘Anne of Green Gables’, Relative Values’, ‘Bugsy Malone’, ‘Grease’ and appeared in several operas with Ellen Kent Operas and Ballet International. Whilst training at LCPA he played Robbie Hart in ‘The Wedding Singer’, Mark in ‘A Chorus Line’ and Finch in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ before graduating in 2012. His theatre credits include: Louis in ‘Piaf’, Riff in ‘West Side Story’ and Bill Sykes in ‘Oliver’ (Curve Theatre); Archibald Craven in ‘The Secret Garden’, James Farrell in ‘Unsinkable’, Alfie Doolittle in ‘My Fair Lady’ and Hindley in ‘Gypsy Blood’ (Leatherhead Theatre); Old Deutoronomy in ‘Cats’ (National Indoor Arena); ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (Haymarket Theatre); Bertie in ‘Bertie and Boo’ (London Tour). Film credits include: Brad in ‘The Bully’ (Espresso Productions); Sam in ‘Teenage Kicks’ (BBC); Chris Smith in ‘Mission Control’ (Assas Productions). Pantomimes include: Buttons in ‘Cinderella’ (Royal Leamington Spa) ‘Peter Pan’ (Stockport Plaza); ‘Snow White’ (Grand Pavillion Porthcawl); Dame Mother Goose in ‘Mother Goose’ and Wishee Washee in ‘Aladdin’ (UK Tours). Most recently saw Sean performing in Crete as a lead male vocalist for the luxury sensatori resort hotel.

 

Ricardo Spriggs

Ricardo SpriggsRicardo commenced his professional training at LCPA graduating in 2012 with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma, BTDA dance and LCM singing qualifications. Whilst at college Ricardo played Paul in ‘A Chorus Line’ and Bud Frump in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’. Since graduating from college, Ricardo has appeared in the musical ‘Chicago’ and was the understudy for Eddie in ‘Mamma Mia!’ with Royal Caribbean Productions. Ricardo is currently a swing in Disney’s’ ‘Aladdin’ in the West End.

 

Jake Panetta

Jake PanettaJake commenced his training at LCPA and after graduating in 2011 has consistently worked in the dance and fashion industry. His dance/modelling credits include working for Debenhams, Calvin Klein and Michael Kors. Jake has also worked for Qdos Entertainment for the past 4 years where he recently became the assistant choreographer for their new show entitled ‘Star Factory’. He enjoyed working for Celebrity cruises and performing in panto for choreographer James Robinson in ‘Snow White’. Jake performed on ITV’s ‘Saturday Night Take Away’ and is currently working for P&O cruises.

 

Jerry-Jane Pears

Jerry PearsJerry’s training began at LCPA and whilst at college she played the lead role of Holly in ‘The Wedding Singer’. Jerry graduated in 2011 with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma, BTDA dance and LCM singing qualifications. During her training, she was spotted at ‘The Clothes Show Live’ and won ‘The Face of Hedkandi’ competition which signed her to Select Models where she began to take on modelling work. Her first job was performing on the main stage at ‘The Clothes Show Live’, which she has now performed at twice. Jerry’s commercial credits includes ‘The MTV EMA Awards’, ‘The Brits’, ‘X-Factor’ and ‘Text Santa’. She has backing danced for Justin Timberlake, Olly Murs, Ariana Grande, Kimberly Wyatt, Enrique Iglesias and also appears as the lead girl in Mayer Hawthorne ft. Rizzlekicks Music Video ‘The Walk’. Jerry’s corporate work includes Nike, Adidas and Fashion Week to name a few. She has shot modelling campaigns for Eyelure, New Look and appeared on the cover of Perfect Wedding magazine and numerous Take A Break covers and also featured in magazine spreads, ecomm and fashion shows. Jerry has appeared in TV Commercials for Trident Gum, Google and a small role in the feature film ‘Survivor’. She will soon be appearing in ‘Houdini and Doyle’ (Fox, ITV and Canada) playing Florrie, Houdini’s stage assistant and a new role in ‘The Royals’ for E! Jerry continues to aspire to all of the things that spark fire and passion within her.

 

Majella-Louise Fitzgerald

Majella FitzgeraldMajella’s training began at the On Your Toes Dance Academy in Tipperary, Ireland, before moving to the UK to train at LCPA. Whilst at college Majella featured in many shows and played Linda in ‘The Wedding Singer’. After successfully graduating in 2010 with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma and BTDA dance Diploma’s, she moved to London to start pursuing her professional career. One of her first jobs was to dance on the live shows for ‘The X-Factor’, she then went on to dance with Kylie Minogue on ‘Children in Need’, toured the UK with Kimberly Wyatt from The Pussycat Dolls, performed with American pop artist Ne-Yo and also with Justin Timberlake at the Capital Radio Summer Ball. Majella has danced on various UK television shows including ‘Splash’ and ‘The Voice’, as well as appearing on series 3 of the BAFTA award winning programme ‘Misfits’. Her most recent credits include ‘Monty Python Live’ at the O2 Arena and as a principal dancer at ‘The Clothes Show Live’ which she has performed at for the past 3 years consecutively. Majella has also taught workshops at the college passing on her experiences in the commercial industry.

 

Amy Morris

Amy MorrisAmy’s life as a dancer began at the Goscote Dance Studios; she then continued her training at LCPA graduating in 2009 with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma, BTDA dance Diplomas and LCM Singing. During her time at college Amy played leading roles including Charity in ‘Sweet Charity’ and Millie in ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’. She has since been involved in pantomimes as Princess Rosemary in ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, Snow White in ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’, Cinderella in ‘Cinderella’ and Beauty in ‘Sleeping Beauty’. Amy then travelled the world working for Tokyo Disneyland, PEEL Entertainment as a Singer/Dancer and Stiletto Entertainment as a feature vocalist and dancer. Amy is now based in London running her own dance school, BE.Dance. The school runs classes for all ages and in many subjects. She also works for RAD on their ‘Step into Dance’ programme choreographing for ‘Step Live’ at Sadler’s Wells and various borough events in the local area.

 

Ollie Botterill

Ollie Botterill eOllie graduated from LCPA in 2008 with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma and BTDA dance Diploma’s. Whilst at college he played Oscar in ‘Sweet Charity’ and also performed with the Youth Ballet Company. His professional career started with Carnival Cruise Lines dancing  around the Caribbean. On his return to the UK he performed in the West End show ‘Dora’, a tribute show to celebrate the career of comedy actress Dora Bryan. He then performed in ‘Cirque de Lumier’ and ‘Nostravia’, as well as featuring on ‘MTV’, ‘Watch TV’, and ‘Doctors’. Ollie joined Spirit Productions and has toured from Canada to Taiwan, around Europe and the UK with ‘Spirit of the Dance.’ Ollie was one of the original cast members of ‘Strictly Tap Dance Fever’ which opened in Niagara Falls, and then toured the UK, and South Africa. He has also become one of the lead tappers in a show combining both Spirit of the Dance and Strictly Tap Dance Fever. Ollie formed a tap duo called ‘TAPmosphere’ and is a member of ‘The Rhythm Club’. He currently balances performing with teaching Tap across the UK and at the college.

 

Adele Heather Taylor

Adele TaylorGraduated from LCPA in 2008 with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma and BTDA Dance Diplomas. Whilst at college she took principal roles in many performances, including ‘Sweet Charity’ and ‘The Nutcracker’. Since graduating Adele has worked as a professional dancer in London, throughout the UK and Dubai, as well as appearing on ‘The Justin Lee Collins Show’. Adele now lives and works as an actress in Los Angeles, where she studied advanced Method Acting for two years at Playhouse West School and Repertory Theatre. Film credits include: ‘Dear Galileo’, ‘Nowhere Boy’, ‘Finding Focus’ and ‘Hail, Caeser!’ – which starred many high profile actors, such as George Clooney and Scarlett Johansson. She produced and starred in the film ‘The Other Side’, which was officially selected to play at several film festivals in the U.K. and the U.S., including HollyShorts Film Festival held at the world famous Mann’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. LA theatre credits include: ‘Cockroach’ (U.S. premiere) and ‘Mendelssohn’s Mystical Landscapes’ with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Adele has appeared in TV commercials for Nike, Dunkin’ Donuts and Fallon Health and played the lead in the music video ‘Break Free’ for Los Angeles based music group ‘Only on Tuesdays’. Adele recently landed a role on the CBS show ‘Hawaii Five-0’ and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.

 

David Stinson

David StinsonDavid graduated with a Trinity Musical Theatre Diploma in 2007. Whilst at college, he played Sam Silver in ‘Copacabana’, King Charlemagne in ‘Pippin’ and then Jack Scott in ‘High School Musical’ in Peterborough. He has also performed in pantomimes and worked as a singer and dancer aboard the Fred Olsen’s ‘Boudicca’ and Costa Cruises ‘Costa Magica’. David has since gone into the business side of the industry and has formed the International Performing Arts & Theatre that offers programmes of studies and qualifications to dance and theatre schools internationally. He has a chain of theatre schools in London, an elite West End Academy that runs at Danceworks called Stinson Stage Academy and a talent agency – DSA. He has also formed the Global Education Trust that proposes and opens academic schools that specialise in creative and performing arts and is often invited to the Houses of Parliament to talk about his 21st Century education vision. David is a guest judge at Europe’s largest dance competition ‘Expressions’ and is a guest choreographer for many leading schools, colleges and universities around Europe.

 

Camilla Bevans

Camilla BevansCamilla began her training at the Ann Oliver Stage School continuing to train professionally at LCPA graduating in 2006. After graduating, Camilla became Dance Captain for Jean Ann Ryan Productions on board P&O Cruise lines. She continued to work in cruise show productions and after cruising around the world she became a principle showgirl in the Broadway show ‘A Tribute to women’ in Shanghai for Mont Blanc. Directly after this, she danced at the Empire Casino in Leicester Square, performing weekly at film premieres. Camilla’s career led to TV work and many corporate shows in Australia and Germany as principle dancer. Camilla was also Dance Captain for the Venetian/Sands Resort in Macau, performing with Usher, The Vegas Chippendales, Rodger Federer’s tennis showdown and Hed Kandi to name a few. She then performed in Palazzo Mannheim, followed by the Royal Palace as a soloist and was featured in a TV Documentary for France TV NRJ. Now Camilla continues her passion in Germany, being the owner and founder of ‘Vegas Showgirls’. Her Company involves choreographing, providing costumes and dancers for 6 shows across Germany and the south of France and is also an agency for dancer’s ongoing contracts in China and Macau. ‘Vegas Showgirls’ also provides dance groups for events across Germany, Austria and Switzerland and they appear regularly on German TV Channels such as; RTL, VOX and ZDF.

 

Edward Blanch

Edward BlanchEdward graduated from LCPA in 2005. Whilst at college he also performed principal roles in ‘Giselle’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’ with the Youth Ballet Company. Since graduating he has performed in music videos, TV shows and corporate events throughout the UK. His work in the US includes ‘Spirit of the Dance’ and ‘Spirit of Christmas’ in Atlantic City. With his strength and courageous spirit he commenced circus training with Poet Theatricals in Florida perfecting his technique in Trapeze, Straps, Silks, Bungee, Duo Statue and Shapes. He has put good use to these specialised skills as dance captain and aerial captain in the inaugural casts for Celebrity Cruises newest ships, including Solstice, Equinox, Eclipse and Silhouette. Edward has been involved with the creation and opening of ‘Evolution’, a circus show in Shenzhen China. Outside of performing his sporting interests include scuba diving, crossfit and rock climbing.

 

Bronia Pearce

Bronia GoslingBronia started training at the Broadway Stage Academy in Reading and graduated from LCPA in 2004. Her career so far has included music videos, Bollywood feature films, summer seasons and pantomimes with and for Qdos Entertainment, England tourist board, Aditya Arts, UK productions, Odd Post Entertainment, Komarni, BBC, Aviva Premiership Rugby, World Club 7s, Sky TV, Channel 4, ITV and the Football League. Theatre credits include; ‘Boogie Nights’ 10th anniversary UK tour, ‘Snow White’ as assistant choreographer at The Beck Theatre, Hayes, ‘Aladdin’ at Hawth Theatre, Crawley, ‘Peter Pan’, ‘Snow White’, ‘Aladdin 3D’ (playing Yu Yin) ‘Peter Pan’, ‘Cinderella’, ‘Dick Whittington’ all at the Swan Theatre, High Wycombe. Bronia enjoyed touring with ‘A Night of Dirty Dancing’ as the Dance Captain and Understudy Penny. After appearing in ‘Dirty Dancing’ the musical in Copenhagen, she is now performing in ‘We Will Rock You’ in Denmark.

 

Alison Norwell

Alison NorwellAlison began her training at the Ann Oliver Stage School before continuing her training at LCPA graduating in 2004. Whilst at college she played principle roles with the Leicester Youth Ballet Company as well as leading parts in the college productions. After graduating Alison began her career as Dance Captain performing on board the Ocean Village Cruise Line. Her theatre credits include ‘West Side Story’ Germany, ‘Hinterm Horizont’ Berlin, ‘Ich War Noch Niemals in New York’ Germany, ’Dirty Dancing’ Germany (Cover for Penny), ‘Wicked’ Germany, ‘We Will Rock You’ Vienna (Dance Captain),’We Will Rock You’ Zurich (Assistant Dance Captain). Other work includes pantomimes ‘Cinderella’ and ‘Dick Whittington’, the France Show at Earls Court London, Thomas Cook 150th Anniversary in Turkey, Udo Jurgens “Mitten im Leben” ZDF German TV and the Berlin Wall 25th Anniversary at Brandenburg Gate. Alison currently resides in Germany and continues to perform in theatre.

 

James Robinson

James RobinsonJames graduated from LCPA in 2003 and whist at college performed principal roles with the Youth Ballet Company and featured in many performances. After completing his training he danced for artists including Jessie J, The Spice Girls, The Pussycat Dolls, Leona Lewis, The Saturdays, Pixie Lott, and The Wanted. His television credits include; ‘London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony’, ‘The BIg Reunion’, ‘Dancing On Ice’, ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, ‘Tonight’s The Night’, ‘The X Factor’, ‘Stars in their Eyes’, ‘Simply Musicals’, ‘Making Your Mind Up’, ‘An Audience with Coronation Street’, ‘Eurovision’, ‘Celebrity X-Factor’, ‘Russian Pop Idol’, ‘Bustamove’, ‘Children in Need’, ‘Soapstar Superstars’, ‘The Eurovision Song Contest’ , ‘The Royal Variety Performance’ and many more. He has completed World and UK Tours for ‘The X-Factor’, ‘Spirit of the Dance’, ‘Disco Fever’ and ‘The Full Monty’ and his corporate and catwalk experience extends to working for Adidas, Clarks and O2 to name a few. James has also had the pleasure of working with top choreographers including Paul Roberts, Mikey Mindon, Brian Rogers, Paul Domaine, David Wood, Gary Lloyd, Alan Harding and Michelle Thorne. His experience as a choreographer in TV, fashion and the arena stage is ensuring that he is one of the most sought after commercial choreographers in the UK. James teaches Commercial Jazz at the college passing on his knowledge and expertise.

 

Chantelle Carey

Chantelle CareyChantelle’s training began with Melody Urquhart in Sligo, Ireland, before completing her training at LCPA. Whilst at college, Chantelle featured in many performances and graduated with the first intake of students in 2002. Her theatre credits include: ‘Chicago’ (Garrick Theatre) Hunyak and Mamma Morton understudy. (Cambridge Theatre) Annie and Swing. Chantelle has also covered and played Velma Kelly and Mamma Morton at the Cambridge Theatre. ‘The Stripper’ (UK Premiere). Understudy Dolores Keller/Sherry Mendes/Annabelle Jackson. ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ (UK & International Tour). ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat’ (New London Theatre & UK Tour) Apache dancer, understudy and played role of Mrs. Potifar. ‘Summer Follies’ (Westcliffe Theatre) and Thursford Spectacular. Her choreography credits include feature film ‘Jimmys Hall’ directed by Ken loach; the film was nominated for the main Palme D’Or Award at the 2014 Cannes film festival. ‘The Blue Planet’ a new musical based on the famous children’s book and ‘Iceland’s Got Talent’. Chantelle has also been working with UK choreographer Lee Proud and was associate choreographer and resident choreographer to him on ‘Billy Elliot’ and assistant choreographer on ‘Mama Mia’, both in Iceland. Chantelle’s next project will be working on the UK and London production of ‘Rent’ as the assistant choreographer to Lee Proud and resident director for the 2016-2017 production.

 

Luke Redford

Luke RedfordLuke graduated from LCPA with the first intake of students in 2002. Whist at college he performed principal roles with the Youth Ballet Company and played many leading musical theatre roles. His professional  theatre credits include ‘South Pacific’, (London) ‘Dancing Queen’, (worldwide) ‘Tap Odyssey’, (Bloomsbury Theatre London) ‘Lido De Paris’, (Paris) ‘Voila’, (Slovenia) ‘Spirit of the Dance’, (Worldwide) ‘Celtic Journey’, (London) ‘Hans Christian Anderson’ with Tina Turner and Adam Cooper, (Parken Stadium, Copenhagen) ‘Lullabies of Broadway’, (Israel) ‘Arms and the Cow’, Opera North (UK tour) and ‘Tap Dance Fever’, (UK Tour). Luke has worked in film and television including music videos and TV commercials and has also danced for Ricky Martin in ‘An Audience with Ricky Martin’, Kodak theatre, LA. His modeling work includes photo shoots with Naomi Campbell and Monica Bellucci, as well as fashion shows for John Lewis, Moda, L’Oreal, Wella and Thierry Mugler. Luke continues to work professionally in all aspects of theatre, dance and fashion.

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