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Liam Francis and Juan Gil star in spectacular Rambert triple-bill with ‘masterpiece’ choreography by INTOTO course-consultant Ben Duke

Under the artistic direction of Mark Baldwin (a current patron and governor of London Studio Centre), Rambert presents A Linha Curva, and other works, a triple-bill featuring London Studio Centre alumni Liam Francis (ex-INTOTO Dance) and Juan Gil (ex-Images Ballet Company), who both provide exceptional performances. The show features three unique and powerful pieces; the third of which, Goat, is choreographed by rising star Ben Duke who acts as course-consultant for the Contemporary Dance Professional Option and INTOTO Dance Company at London Studio Centre.

Juan Gil (far left) in SymbiosisJuan Gil (far left) in Symbiosis - Copyright Rambert Dance Company

Juan Gil trained at London Studio Centre with a full-scholarship and graduated in 2011. He was awarded the Bridget Espinosa Award for the most potential to succeed in Classical Ballet, having trained and toured with Images Ballet Company under the direction of Margaret Barbieri. He joined the Sarasota Ballet in Florida, under the direction of Iain Webb, and continued to work with Margaret Barbieri for five years, rising to the rank of Junior Principal. He has had featured roles in Frederick Ashton’s Marguerite and Armand, A Wedding Bouquet, Façade, Enigma Variations and Illuminations; George Balanchine’s Apollo and The Four Temperaments; Christopher Bruce’s Sergeant Early’s Dream; Vaslav Nijinsky’s L’après-midi d’un Faune; and Christopher Wheeldon’s The American. Juan joined Rambert in 2016.

Liam Francis in rehearsals for GoatLiam Francis in rehearsals for Goat - Copyright Rambert Dance Company

Whilst studying at LSC, Liam Francis also regularly performed the hip-hop dance theatre group ZooNation. In 2013 he became Resident Director and one of the choreographers for ZooNation Youth Company’s show Groove On Down The Road at the Southbank. In his graduating year, Liam was a member LSC’s contemporary dance company INTOTO Dance and performed works by Ana Lujan Sanchez, Wayne Parsons and Dam Van Huynh for their 2014 tour. After gaining a first class honours in his degree and receiving the LSC award for most outstanding performance in INTOTO Dance, Liam joined Rambert as an apprentice dancer in 2014. Whilst at Rambert, Liam has performed in Didy Veldman’s 3 Dancers, Mark Baldwin's Dark Arteries, Alexander Whitley’s Frames, Patricia Okenwa's Hydrargyrum and Malgorzata Dzierzon’s Flight.

Liam and Juan are not the first LSC alumni to have joined Rambert: Clemmie Sveaas, Yolande Yorke-Edgell and Rafael Bonachela have all performed with the company. Rafael even became an Associate Choreographer for Rambert until 2005, when he set up Bonachela Dance Company and later joined Sydney Dance Company as Artistic Director.

Liam Francis and Juan Gil with Daniel Davidson in Ghost DancesLiam Francis and Juan Gil with Daniel Davidson in Ghost Dances - Copyright Rambert Dance Company

Earlier this year, both Liam and Juan starred in Rambert’s critically acclaimed Ghost Dances, Christopher Bruce’s revival of his 1981 classic. They were both cast alongside Daniel Davidson as the iconic trio of “Ghost Dancers” and the show received much praise, with The Stage calling it “a triumphant return of a heritage work” and The Telegraph proclaiming the piece was “as powerful and as relevant as it ever was” and “magnificently performed”.

Liam and Juan both return to form in Rambert’s new show which features the following three pieces:

A Linha Curva: a Brazilian carnival-flavoured piece by Itzik Galili.

Symbiosis: a high velocity celebration of the Rambert dancers’ skills by acclaimed Greek choreographer Andonis Foniadakis.

Goat: a darkly funny and deeply moving Nina Simone-inspired piece by rising star and LSC course-consultant, Ben Duke.

Ben Duke in rehearsals, choreographing GoatBen Duke in rehearsals, choreographing Goat - Copyright Rambert Dance Company

Ben is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Lost Dog, a company that blends text, live music and movement to create dance works framed by stories and characters. Lost Dog’s work has toured nationally and internationally and was awarded first prize at the Burgos International Choreography competition, second prize at the prestigious Hanover choreography competition and The Place Prize for Dance for the duet, It Needs Horses. Ben also won the 2016 National Dance Award for Best Male Performer for his role in the production Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) and the work was nominated for a Total Theatre award and a Sky Arts South Bank Award. As well as his work for Lost Dog, Ben has directed and choreographed works for other companies including Barely Methodical Troupe (Kin), Scottish Dance Theatre (The Life and Times of Girl A), Dance Umbrella (The Difference Engine) and Phoenix Dance Theatre (Pave up Paradise). Ben has also choreographed for INTOTO Dance three times. As a performer, Ben has worked with Probe, Hofesh Shechter Company, The Gate Theatre, The National Theatre of Scotland, Glyndebourne Opera and Punchdrunk.

Ben joined London Studio Centre as course-consultant in 2016 and provides a critical partnership with the Contemporary Dance Course Director and Artistic Director of INTOTO Dance, Sue Booker. Together they work to expand and nourish the creative knowledge and practice of LSC’s contemporary dance students.

Goat 6Liam Francis in Goat - Copyright Rambert Dance Company

Goat is Ben Duke's first commission for Rambert and features Liam Francis as a ‘scape-goat’ figure. The piece has already received much critical acclaim:

Goat is a goddamn masterpiece" – The Stage

“Ben Duke's dance to the death is a searingly emotional joyride” – The Guardian

“Goat is Rambert in bold future-forward mode” – The Herald Scotland

“Funny, moving and perplexing in equally glorious measure.” – The Scotsman

Liam and Juan are also receiving praise for their performances in the show’s other two pieces, A Linha Curva and Symbiosis:

“I have never seen A Linha Curva danced better” – The Stage

“Rambert’s dancers who’ve been performing the work since 2009 are exemplary in combining Latin-inflected sass with meticulous speed” – The Guardian

“The dancers brought a cool intelligence and driving dynamic to the shifting moods, isolations and interactions of Symbiosis … It’s clever, complex” – The Herald Scotland 

A Linha CurvaA Linha Curva- Copyright Rambert Dance Company

A Linha Curva, and other works is at Salder’s Wells until Saturday 25th November 2017.

The show will also visit the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham from Tuesday 27th February until Thursday 1st March 2018.

Liam Francis and London Studio Centre are also currently collaborating on a new show which will be brought to the Pentland Theatre, artsdepot on Saturday 13th January 2018. Liam Francis & Friends present I.D. will include two original pieces choreographed by Liam which will be performed by LSC alumni and dancers from Rambert. LSC alumni Ryan Ledger and Viv West will also be choreographing a piece each performed by current students. Tickets will soon be available on the artsdepot website and more information on the show will shortly be announced on our website.

Gemma and Danielle get their skates on to join Paul in Starlight Express

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express first opened at the Apollo Victoria Theatre in the West End in 1984. Spawning international productions on Broadway and in Vegas, Japan and Australia, the West End show ran for a staggering 7,406 performances over 17 years before it eventually closed in January 2002. But the longest running production of the show is actually in Bochum, Germany where it first opened in June 1988 and, now it’s 29th year later, is still going strong!

Seen by more than 15 million people, Starlight Express is Germany’s most popular musical and currently features three London Studio Centre alumni. 

Paul Shipp as Purse in Starlight ExpressPaul Shipp as Purse in Starlight Express

Paul Shipp was the first to join the cast in 2007. After graduating from LSC in 2003, Paul performed as the Genie in the Mansfield Palace Theatre’s production of Aladdin before going on to perform in a number of West End musicals including Caspar The Musical, Grease and We Will Rock You. In 2004 he joined the cast of the Leeds City Varieties Music Hall production of Aladdin, but this time in the titular role. He could also been see dancing at BBC’s Party In The Park and at the Blue Peter and Children In Need charity galas and he even featured in adverts for Sky Sports. Paul has been part of Starlight’s cast for 10 years and during that time he has been the main actor for a number of characters including Krupp, Purse, Ruhrgold and Electra. He currently acts as a swing, covering the roles of Papa, Greaseball, Electra, Caboose, Dustin and Components.

Stage Starlight Express stage in Bochum, featuring the multi-level tracks and nine-tonne bridge which can rotate and can connect to all levels.

Gemma Archer and Danielle Lockwood both joined Starlight Express at the beginning of 2017.

Gemma was a member of London Studio Centre’s music theatre company, Seedtime, before she graduated in 2015. That same year, she moved to France to work at Disneyland Paris where she performed as a lead singer in Chanton La Reine De Neiges. In 2016, she returned to the UK to tour with Jackie The Musical before working as Dance Captain and Cover for Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk at Central Theatre, Chatham.

Danielle was also a member of Seedtime and featured in their production of Lucky Stiff. She performed as Ellewoods from Legally Blonde, Wednesday Addams from Addams Family and Vera from Stepping Out in Seedtime’s Mini Musicals Showcase. She graduated in 2016 and Starlight Express is her first professional musical theatre credit.

View of the 'tracks' that run through the audience in the Starlight Express theatre in BochumView of the 'tracks' that run through the audience in the Starlight Express theatre in Bochum.

Starlight Express is a unique musical in that the whole cast performs on roller skates around a track-like stage. Gemma had a pair of rollerblades as a child and Danielle tried an impromptu practice at a pop-up roller disco but neither had any real roller skating experience before joining the show. But that didn’t matter as the show runs ‘Skate School’, an intensive skating training course designed to get everyone up to speed.

“It was extremely difficult and frustrating, but hilarious and exciting all at the same time,” says Danielle. “It's hands down the most rewarding thing to be able to successfully learn a new skill and put it into practise on a stage like this.”

“As a trained dancer and singer learning a new skill from scratch is tough,” says Gemma. “It didn't just happen. It took months of blood, blisters and bruises! When I got to opening night, I'd never felt a sense of achievement like it.”

Gemma, Danielle and the rest of the class of 'Skate School 2017'Gemma, Danielle and the rest of the class of 'Skate School 2017' on set in Bochum, Germany.

Due to the nature of the show, the girls were well aware of the risk of injury that comes with performing in Starlight Express.

“You have to be so aware of everything at all times,” says Danielle, “We don't say things like 'break a leg', we say 'stay safe' and 'safe race'.

However, the girls say that the thrill skating at high speeds around the track gives them a great feeling of adrenaline and excitement that “overrides how tired you are, how much your body aches or how bad of a day you’re having.” They also get a real rush and sense of achievement when they finish a show unscathed.

Danielle in her swing roles: Top Left - Ashley, Top Right - Buffy, Bottom Left - Volta, Bottom Middle - Joule, Bottom Right - WrenchDanielle in her swing roles:
Top Left - Ashley, Top Right - Buffy,
Bottom Left - Volta, Bottom Middle - Joule, Bottom Right - Wrench.

Due to the higher risk of injury compared to a normal musical, Starlight Express does allow a greater opportunity for its ensemble members to swing as main characters while the main actors recover. Danielle swings as five of the characters; Ashley, Buffy, Volta, Joule and Wrench. Gemma Has recently started swinging as Dinah, Ashley, Wrench and Volta and frequently swings as Pearl, the main female lead!

Gemma in her swing roles: Far Left - Pearl, Middle Left - Dinah, Middle Right - Buffy, Far Right - WrenchGemma in her swing roles:
Far Left - Dinah, Middle Left - Ashley, Middle Right - Wrench, Far Right - Volta.

When asked what advice they would give to aspiring music theatre performers, Danielle says,
“You HAVE to have thick skin and be open minded. Utilise and learn from every audition you go to and don't give up. You have to really want it and give it everything you've got.

Gemma says,
“Believe in yourself. There is no be all and end all job, be open minded.”

Gemma in her swing role of PearlGemma in her swing role of Pearl.

Finally we asked the girls what skills they learnt at LSC that prepared them for the professional world.

Gemma answered,
“Professionalism, integrity and a pretty good brain. I genuinely think I owe a lot of my swing brain to the Matt Mattox technique.”

Danielle said,
"Amongst the obvious skills like technique and stage presence, I really felt like I was prepared to face the outside world by the time I graduated. In 3rd year especially, we were taught what to expect from auditions in both singing and dance rounds and even had opportunities to put what we had learnt into practice in workshops with industry professionals and agent week. Without LSC I wouldn't have been able to achieve what I have done so thank you to everyone at London Studio Centre who helped make me into the performer I am now."

Luke Evans stars in the film biopic of Wonder Woman creator, Professor Marston.

Since graduating from London Studio Centre in 2000, Luke Evans has had a hugely successful career.

Having specialised in musical theatre and touring with Seedtime whilst at London Studio Centre, it was natural that Luke went on to perform in a number of West End productions including Rent, Miss Saigon and Piaf.

However, Luke made his Hollywood breakthrough with the 2010 remake of Clash of the Titans and soon appeared in various action and thriller films such as Immortals, The Raven and The Three Musketeers. From 2012 to 2014 Luke starred as the main antagonist in Fast & Furious 6, played Bard the Bowman in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy and played the title role in Dracula Untold.

Luke Evans variousLuke Evans in his various film roles.
Top Left: Fast & Furious 6 © Universal Pictures, Top Right: The Hobbit © Warner Bros. Pictures,
Bottom Left: Dracula Untold © Universal Pictures, Bottom Right: High Rise © Studio Canal

He has also starred alongside Tom Hiddleston and Jeremy Irons in High Rise, and Emily Blunt and Rebecca Furguson in The Girl on the Train.

Earlier this year, Luke impressed audiences and critics alike with his outstanding portrayal of the arrogant and self-loving Gaston in Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast. The film was awarded the MTV Movie of the Year Award and Luke won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain and is expected to be nominated for many more in the upcoming awards season.

luke GastonLuke Evans as Gaston in Beauty and the Beast © Walt Disney Pictures

Luke’s new film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women opened in America earlier this month and will be premiering in the UK on 10th November. The film is a biographical drama about American psychologist William Moulton Marston, who created the Wonder Woman character in the 1940s. Luke stars as Professor Marston alongside Rebecca Hall who plays his wife Elizabeth and Bella Heathcote as Olive Byrne. The film explores Marston’s polyamorous relationship with the two women and how they both inspired him to create the character of Wonder Woman.

Luke Prof marstonLuke Evans, Rebecca Hall (L) and Bella Heathcote (R) in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women © Annapurna Pictures

In the last few weeks Luke has been on a number of American chat shows promoting the new film including The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (see below), the Today Show and a hilarious and stunning ‘Sexiest Male Vocalist Riff-off’ with Usher and James Cordon on The Late Late Show.

Luke Evans on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Since it’s US release, the film has received very positive reviews with Wall Street Journal proclaiming that “Professor Marston & the Wonder Women stands head, shoulders, boots, tiara and lasso above many independent films of the moment” and the LA Times calling it “an engaging, accessible homage to three gifted minds”.

Make sure you book your tickets for when Professor Marston and the Wonder Women releases in the UK on 8th November. Watch the trailer below.

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women Trailer

In an interesting coincidence, earlier this year alumna and ex-Jazz Dance Company member Jazz Peters appeared in the smash-hit film of Wonder Woman as an Amazonian Warrior. She will return in the Justice League film later this month and Wonder Woman 2 which is due for release in 2019.

Jazz peters wonder womanJazz Peter on set for Wonder Woman © Warner Bros. Pictures

For more information on Luke Evans you can follow him on Twitter @TheRealLukevans
For more information on Jazz Peters you can follow her on Twitter @Jazzifzzle

★★★★★ reviews for Luke Bradshaw in 5 SOLDIERS at Edinburgh Fringe - now on tour again!

5 soldierslogoLuke Bradshaw has just finished a run of acclaimed performances in 5 SOLDIERS at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe! Luke first joined the award-winning Rosie Kay Dance Company in to perform in the critically acclaimed contemporary dance piecefor its 2016/17 tour of Scotland and is now joining them for a new exciting tour, kicking off with a LIVE broadcast of the show this Friday evening!

Luke graduated from London Studio Centre in 2013 after touring with LSC’s contemporary dance company, INTOTO Dance. He went on to perform with The Burklyn Ballet Theatre and Kim Robards Dance Company in America before returning to London to work with James Wilton Dance and Jorge Crecis |SQx.  Soon after, he joined Citrus Arts, a contemporary circus and theatre company based in Wales where he beganhis training in Corde Lisse. He later toured in Terry Gilliam and English National Opera’s Benvenuto Cellini and worked with the Dam Van Huynh Dance Company before joining Rosie Kay.

5 SOLDIERS was first devised by Rosie Kay in 2010 after she spent time with the 4th Battalion The Rifles (4 RIFLES) and visited the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre for our Armed Forces to learn about the effects of conflict. The resulting piece is a moving, dramatic and unique exploration of how the human body remains essential to war,even in the 21st century.

Luke articleLuke (left) and the cast of 5 SOLDIERS

As well as the more typical theatres and arts centres, Luke and the company performed in various Scottish military venues including Glencorse Barracks in Penicuik, Gordon Barracks in Aberdeen and Fort George in Inverness. For 2017, Rosie Kay is taking it one step further with Luke and the company taking 5 SOLDIERS on a national tour of exclusively military venues including Yeomanry House Bloomsbury in London, Londesborough Street Barracks in Hull and Golden Hillock Road Army Reserve Centre in Birmingham. This unique tour, which is presented in association with The Army, is designed to “develop a relationship between the military bases and the local arts community”. As well as the main performances, the company will engage in two months of community outreach in each location leading to a weekend of events, community performances, outdoor performances and post show talks.

Luke article2Luke (middle) and the cast of 5 SOLDIERS (top) with two members of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (SOTS DG) (bottom)

To prepare for this new tour, Luke and his four fellow cast members joined The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (SOTS DG) on a 3-day combat exercise designed to prepare the soldiers for their deployment on a United Nation’s peacekeeping mission.

Rosie Kay explained, “It was hugely valuable for the cast to go on exercise with the Army so they can really understand the people, relationships and situations they portray on stage. The point of 5 SOLDIERS is to give an honest and compelling vision of what it is like for soldiers to go to war.”

During the exercise Luke and the cast discovered what it was like to be out on patrol in enemy territory, be part of an ambush, deal with a roadside bomb blast and undergo an artillery bombardment. They also witnessed a live fire exercise involving heavy machine guns and grenades.

Luke said, “5 SOLDIERS is all about what it’s like for people as they go through incredibly dangerous and stressful situations. What we’ve seen here is the human side of what it’s like to be a soldier and also how they work together like a well-oiled machine. What’s so valuable for us is to learn about the subtleties, the mannerisms and the way they really interact. Things like that add so much to your performance.”

Luke article3Luke joined the The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (SOTS DG) on a 3-day combat exercise

Following a sell-out run at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the company kicked off their tour at Yeomanry House, Bloomsbury (presented by Sadler’s Wells) on Friday 8th September and celebrating with a special broadcast of the performance (commissioned by The Space) followed by a post-show talk. The performance and talk are now available to view on demand via their the 5 Soldiers website, their Facebook page, theirYouTube channel and on the BBC Arts website. This is a great opportunity to see the show that has been wowing critics!

SeeLuke Bradshaw performing in 5 SOLDIERS on these dates:

Yeomanry House, Bloomsbury – Presented by Sadler’s Wells – Thu 7th – Sat 9th Sep

Londesborough Street Barracks – Supported by Hull military Covenant Forum – Thu 14
th – Fri 15th Sep

Canada House Boxing Centre – Presented by The West End Centre – Fri 22
nd – Sat 23rd Sep

Royal Wessex Yeomanry Army Reserve Centre – Presented by Swindon Dance – Fri 29
th – Sat 30th Sep

Corporal Budd VC Gymnasium – Presented by Mercury Theatre – Fri 6
th – Sat 7th Oct

Golden Hillock Road Army Reserve Centre – Presented by Birmingham REP – Fri 13
th – Sat 14th Oct

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★★★★★ “War from a female perspective packs a punch…taut, visceral, compassionate” – The Observer
★★★★★ “Unstinting, visceral.” – The Scotsman
★★★★★ “in-depth background researches have grounded her moves and their delivery in the physicality, camaraderie and mental challenges of army life.” – The Herald
★★★★★ – Broadway Baby
★★★★★ – Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
★★★★★ – Edinburgh Guide
★★★★ "Lust, shock and awe… a disturbing, illuminating and necessary glimpse into a world we mostly prefer to ignore." – The Guardian

Graduation and Dance Overture 2017

Friday 14th – Sunday 16th July was an extremely busy weekend in the LSC calendar!

Middlesex University Graduation 2017

Friday was the day our third year students on the BA Hons Theatre Dance programme donned their caps and gowns to attend their graduation ceremony at Middlesex University (London Studio Centre’s validating university). After a fanfare and procession, our new graduates each received their scrolls on stage before following the procession out into the Rickett Quadrangle to meet their families and pose for some photos!

London Studio Centre's Class of 2017 celebrating with Dr. Lise Uytterhoeven, Head of Learning & Teaching.


Professor Tim Blackman, Vice-Chancellor of Middlesex University, said that the day was “not only an opportunity to celebrate the wonderful achievements of our graduands but also to look forward to the opportunities that lie ahead.”

London Studio Centre’s Graduation Celebrations 2017

The following day, London Studio Centre held its own annual graduation celebrations at New Wimbledon Theatre. Leading the festivities was director of the college, Nic Espinosa along with Guest of Honour Jason Pennycook who presented the graduates with their certificates.

Jazz Dance Company Class of 2017 celebrating onstage at New Wimbledon Theatre.


Jason trained at London Studio Centre after receiving a scholarship and graduated in 1993. For his first professional job, he joined the UK tour of CATS playing Coricopat and Mistofolees. Since then Jason has appeared in a number of hit West End shows including Starlight ExpressSoul TrainFive Guys Named MoeRentLa Cage aux Folles (for which he was nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance Supporting Role in a Musical), Memphis The Musical (for which he was nominated for the Laurence Olivier award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role) and Guys and Dolls. Jason is also known for his choreography and has worked on a variety of shows including Shrek The Musical (Karlstad, Sweden), Into The Woods (Manchester Royal Exchange) and Soul Sister (Savoy Theatre) which received a Lawrence Olivier Award nomination for Best New Musical. Most recently, Jason been cast in the dual roles of Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in the West End production of Hamilton, which begins previews in November 2017.

Graduation5Guest of Honour Jason Pennycooke presented students with their certificates and awards.


As well as presenting each student with their certificates, Jason also presented the annual student awards and wished all graduates the best of luck for the future.

Graduation Awards 2017

  Award   Recipient
  Most Outstanding Performance in INTOTO Dance   Lucy White
  Peter Brinson Award for Achievement in Contemporary Dance    Georgia Fletcher
  Lia Williams Cup for Most Outstanding Performance in Seedtime   Bethanie Houghton
  Sheila O’Neill Award for Achievement in Music Theatre and Dance   Aisha Stalker
  Most Outstanding Performance in Images Ballet Company    Eleonora Falovo
  Founders Cup for Achievement in Classical Ballet    Courtney Reading
  Most Outstanding Performance in Jazz Dance Company   Lewis Palfrey
  Gillian Lynne Award for Achievement in Jazz Dance    Kirsty Maguire
  Vic Ray Shield for Achievement in Tap Dance    Charlotte Lloyd

  Espinosa Award for the Most Accomplished Student of the Year

  Rebecca Bennett

  Hilda Coleman Trophy for the Most Progress Achieved Over Their
  Time at LSC

  Gabrielle Parker


Dance Overture 2017

And if that wasn’t enough, our first and second years were also at New Wimbledon Theatre performing in Dance Overture, London Studio Centre’s annual showcase featuring a large number of works choreographed by graduates. Directed by Barry McGrath, the show was hugely successful and the Sunday performance even acted as a renunion for large number of alumni who got together to enjoy the show.

The cast of Dance Overture 2017 on stage at New Wimbledon Theatre

All in all, it was a very special weekend and a great chance to celebrate the talents of our students and alumni. We hope our students are enjoying the Summer break and look forward to welcoming them back along with our new intake in September. We also wish the best of luck to our new graduates and hope to see them very soon! 



New graduate Aisha Numah celebrating by re-enacting her leap from the Dance Overture poster.