Sophie Ware - ARAD ISTD

Sophie trained at Suzanne's School of Dance where she completed all of her RAD ballet exams including her Advanced 2 which she took at age 17 years. She played one of the lead roles of 'Alma' in Summer Holiday with the Beck Summer Youth Project in2009. She was then awarded a place at the prestigious Laine Theatre Arts where she trained professionally for 3 years. During her time there she was awarded a scholarship for her potential and commitment. While at Laine Theatre Arts she performed in many productions including 'Facing the Future', 'Ahead of the Game', 'Is there Life after School', 'Company', 'Sweet Charity', 'Edna the Inebriate Woman', and 'The Spirit of Life'. She also passed het teaching exams with 96%, the highest ever recorded mark at that time, as well as completing all of her ISTD Modern and Tap exams. Sophie teaches Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Musical Theatre, and Lamda at Suzanne's.   

Rachel Ware - ARAD RTS

Rachel started dancing at the age of 3 years. At the age of 9 years she was accepted into the Royal ballet School Junior Associate programme. Rachel won Gold at the All England Ballet Finals in 2003 and also won the Janic Fullman Cup for the highest overall mark throughout all sections. At 11 years Rachel was accepted into the Royal Ballet School where she trained full-time for 5 years graduating at 16 years. She was then awarded a full scholarship to the English National Ballet School. Rachel has performed with the Royal Ballet Company at the Opera House and the English National Ballet Company at the Royal Albert Hall. Rachel is on a BBC documentary with Darcy Bussell called 'The Magic of Swan Lake'.

Rachel is a qualified Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) ballet teacher and also regularly mentors trainee RAD ballet teachers. Rachel is also a 'Progressive Ballet Technique' Instructor. Rachel qualified as a Barre Instructor in 2015 and has since instructed in Barre at various London studios and currently teaches 'Barre and tone' and 'Dancers refined abs' classes at our studios.

Georgia Ware - ARAD

Georgia attended the Royal Ballet School, White Lodge Richmond Park for five years and then went on to the Royal Ballet Upper School from which she graduated in 2013. Credits include: the Royal Ballet's production of Nutcracker, 'Little Cosette' in Les Miserables (West End), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang London's West End, The BBC's 'An Evening with The Sound of Music' with Graham Norton as a member of the Von Trapp family, ITV's The Bill, 'Chloe' in the Magic of Ballet fortnightly magazine, 'Meg Giry' in The Phantom of The Opera in London's West End and 'Young Gabrielle' in Nickelodeon/Disney Channels series 'Find me in Paris'. 

Emma Bowles 

Emma completed her training at the Margaret Howard Theatre School where she qualified as a Dance teacher with ISTD qualifications in Tap, Jazz, and Modern. She is also a Primary school teacher and enjoys performing twice a year with Harrow Light Company in various musicals, having played roles such as Eliza Doolittle, My Fair Lady and Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street. She has choreographed annual dance shows for the last five years and enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for performing with her students.

Alexandra Taylor-Brown

Alexandra began dancing at Greenford School of Dance at the age of 2 years in Tap and Ballet. She then moved on to Spotlight School of Dance studying Jazz, Modern, and Musical Theatre before moving to The Margaret Howard Theatre College to add Streetdance/Commercial, Contemporary, Singing, Acting, Music Theory and Repertoire to my studies. She is a qualified ISTD teacher and has performed in many local shows. She is also qualified as an Aerial Dance Teacher. 

James Pullen

James started his training at Tiffany Theatre College before gaining a place at the Central School of Ballet. During his graduation year he appeared on BBC's So You Think You Can Dance and was first cover for the finalists on the live shows. He also played the Wolf, a lead role in Didy Veldman's production of Peter and the Wolf. Following his graduation James toured with the Vienna Festival Ballet in their production of Nutcracker playing numerous roles. He has also played the role of the Slave Master in the UK tour of Phantom of the Opera, Diesel in West Side Story, and in Aladin for Qdos entertainment. His film and television credits include The Danish Girl starring Eddie Redmayne and Amber heard where he partnered Amber in a Pas de deux, as well as being a featured dancer in the Just Eat advert.      

Sophie Hudson

Sophie began performing at the age of 4 years before going on to train at Suzanne's School of Dance for seven years. Sophie then passed her A levels in Dance and Theatre Studies (A*), and Performance Studies (B). During this time she was also involved in: B.O.D.S. productions of We Wil Rock You, and Grease, annual productions with the Summer Youth project at the Beck Theatre, Annie with Songtime, playing a Bird Girl in Encore Theatre's first production of Seussical and extra work in BBC's Big School and Bwarks Drifters. Sophie then gained a place at London Studio Centre graduating with a BA Honours in Theatre Dance, specialising in Music Theatre. During her time at London Studio Centre Sophie performed in many productions such as dance Overture, Spring Collection, Shakers, Little Shop of Horrors, and in her final year played Margot in Legally Blonde. Sophie enjoys teaching Tap and other classes at Suzanne's.           

Georgia-May Penny

Georgia has been dancing since she was just 3 years of age and has since gone on to become a professional Commercial dancer working in the industry. Georgia started her dancing career at Suzanne's and the wen on to train in Musical Theatre at Southern Theatre Arts. Georgia is currently teaching Street and Commercial at Suzanne's.