Well Done to all of our dancers who appeared in Panto over the Xmas 2014 Season.
Proud of you all:Holly Davies, Jess Thompson, Rosie Gillett, Emily Mitchell, Chloe Masterson, Ellie Salsoni.
We are thrilled with our recent exceptional results in the ISTD Tap, Modern and Ballet examinations we held in the Summer. Not only do we still have a 100% pass rate but we have also achieved a record number of students gaining the highest possible grade, Distinction. We are very proud of all of you. WELL DONE!
Results can be found on the examinations page.
Congratulations to everybody that participated in our ‘Easter Presentation’ on Saturday March 30th 2007. You all did brilliantly and our thanks goes out to Stori James and Sam Hall, our guest choreographers, for such amazing numbers, Well Done!
Congratulations to Monique Asiedu for gaining a place at top dance college Arts Ed, as well as Dannielle Anderson-Finch and Keilah Robinson for gaining places at The Brits School. Well done girls we are really proud of you!
Demi Connett and Emily Cassie modeled at the ‘Twice as Nice’ annual fashion show held at The Amida Sports Club in Beckenham, which was hosted by sports commentator Jonathan Pearce in Aid of ‘The Lily Foundation’. The girls looked amazing, please go to our pictures page to take a look!!
Congratulations to our first ever set of singers that entered LCM Musical Theatre Examinations. The results were outstanding, they can be found on our exam page. A big thank you to Grace, our singing teacher who worked very hard with our pupils to gain such brilliant results.
Alan Sugar Challenge, Hackney Empire Appeal Danielle Anderson Finch, Monique Asiedu, Courtney Thompson, Melissa Escuin, Kielah Robinson and Lauren Wadmore were chosen to appear in a Cabaret Show at the Bridge SE1. They performed “Cats” and “Call my name”. The girls did a wonderful job and worked extremely hard. We were very proud of them. The audience thought that they were fantastic! The show also featured West End Singer, Barbara King. WELL DONE GIRLS! The show was put on in order to raise money for the Hackney Empire Appeal.