The Kent Stage Academy  -                                        01634 310633
Our Teachers
Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our
pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
Julie is a Dance teacher and choreographer. She trained at Kevise School of Dance as well as the Brooks Academy of Dance. She started competing in national championships at the tender age of 6!. She then went on to study performing arts and stage/screen make up in London. She had appeared in several theatres in Kent and London. In addition to her theatre credits she has appeared on ITV dancing on a game show hosted by Philip Schofield.Julie now teaches and choreographs for local schools and companies. Choreographic credits include, One night only, Disco Inferno, A slice of Saturday night, The Blitz and most recently she has just finished a music video for Sony BMG, “Sit me down Woman Blues”    

Zoe trained at the London School of Musical Theatre in 2001 and has worked professionally ever since.  She is a full Equity and Spotlight member and has appeared in various UK NO. 1 theatre tours including, ‘Daisy’ in The Dead Ringer from Hell, ‘Ayla’ in Hope at the Westminster Theatre, London, ‘Amy’ in Company at the Borough theatre London, ‘Cassandra’ in Shakespeare’s Troilus & Cressida and is currently touring as Freda/Agnetha with Abba Magic.  Other credits include TV & radio ‘checkout girl’ Asda commercial, ‘veterinary nurse’ Basil Brush. Voice over Kings Ferry Coaches and KCC road safety camera on air for Invicta FM (now Heart)  Zoe has also presented KMFM’s Sunday morning treasure hunt and appeared in the original cast recording of Whitechapel.    




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Hannah studies performance at Canterbury Christ Church University and is an active member of the university Chamber Choir, Chorus, Top Voices as well as the Canterbury Voices and Canterbury ladies Choir. She has performed on tour in Milan, Iceland, Switzerland, Wales and France, as well as in prestigious venues such as St Paul’s Cathedral, Canterbury Cathedral, Whitsable Castle and the Marlowe Theatre. Having been coached by Gareth Malone(BBC2 The Choir), VOCES8 (Decca Classics recording artists), Ralph Allwood (of Eton School) and Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (former master of the Queen’s Music), Hannah now enjoys teaching and regularly conducts rehearsals for Canterbury Community Choir and Top Voices.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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