Christmas: Friday 21st December to Thursday 3rd January 2018/19
Half Term: Tuesday 19th, Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st February 2019 ONLY. Monday, Friday & Saturday classes are on to replace Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Easter: Monday 1st April - Saturday 6th April 2019
Easter Bank Holiday weekend: Friday 19th April to Monday 22nd April 2019
Half Term: Monday 27th May to Saturday 1st June 2019
Summer: Monday 22nd July 2019
IDTA Exams: Fri 14th/Sat 15th December 2018
IDTA Exams: 19th & 20th January 2019
Term 1: Monday 3rd September to Saturday 17th November 2019
Term 2: Monday 19th November to Saturday 9th February 2019
Term 3: Monday 11th February to Saturday 4th May 2019
Term 4: Monday 6th May to Saturday 20th July 2019
Charlotte trained at Bailey-Cox Dance Academy and Central School of Ballet. She is now working as Guest Ballet Mistress at the Northern Ballet after a long and illustrious career as Principal Ballerina where she created the roles of Juliet in "Romeo & Juliet" and Cathy in "Wuthering Heights". She is married to composer Claude Michel Schönberg of "Les Mis" fame.
After training at BCDA, Jane went onto further training at Laine Theatre Arts. She then performed in cabaret work in Portugal, Pantomime in the UK and several Caribbean cruises. Eventually she achieved her dream of becoming a world famous Bluebell dancer at the Lido on the Champs Elysees in Paris. She has worked her way up to gain the prestigious position of Ballet Mistress de Lido de Paris in 2008 and is now in charge of 70 artiste including the world famous Bluebell Dancers. Jane's position gives her the opportunity to travel worldwide whilst also managing the Lido touring company.
Dominic trained at The Bailey-Cox Dance Academy before commencing his vocational training at Central School of Ballet in London. Upon graduating with a First Class degree from CSB in 2011, Dominic worked with Scottish Ballet and Northern Ballet where he performed in various productions such as Sleeping beauty, Hamlet, Cleopatra, The Nutcracker, Beauty and the Beast, Madame Butterfly and I Got Rhythm. In 2012 he moved to The National Ballet of Ireland where he performed the lead role of Cavalier in The Nutcracker, was original cast for Royal Ballet’s Ludovic Ondivielas piece entitled Lost, and also had the lead role of Don José created for him in Morgann Runacre-Temple’s original production of Carmen which toured nationally and internationally in 2013. In 2014 Dominic started working with Ballett Vorpommern in North Germany. Since joining the company he has performed the lead role in Fokine’s Spectre de la Rose and has also appeared in many works by choreographer and director Ralf Dörnen including Beauty and the Beast, Serenade, Casanova, Anna Karenina, Rite of Spring, Rhapsody in Gershwin, The Nutcracker and more. He has also worked with 6 international guest choreographers whilst in Germany including Byran Arias, Robert Glumbeck, Johan Heckman, US winner of “So you think you can dance” Sabra Johnson and more. Dominic is also a frequent guest teacher at The Dance Institute in Dublin, a summer intensive for aspiring dance students. where he teaches classes in Ballet, Contemporary, Contact Improvisation and Choreographic tasks.
Karen trained at BCDA and Laine Theatre Arts. Her first West End show was ‘Spamalot’ in 2007, since then she has danced in ‘Grease’ at the Piccadilly Theatre, London (understudy for Patty and Cha Cha), 'Wicked' at the Apollo Victoria, London (ensemble and Melena), ‘42nd Street’ at the Chichester Festival Theatre, 'Lend Me a Tennor' at the Gielgud Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue and has completed a tour of 'Chicago"' in which she was the onstage swing dancer. She appeared in "Singing In The Rain" at the Palace Theatre in London's West End in 2013. She danced in 'Guys n Dolls', at the Chichester Festival Theatre and 'White Christmas' at the Dominion Theatre, London, then winning a contract in Paris at the Theatre de Chatelet in 'Singing in the Rain'. Karen performed in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' at the Kilworth House Open Air Theatre, afterwards returning to the Theatre de Chatelet in Paris, in '42nd Street'. Karen has most recently danced in one of her all time favourites, 'Chicago', in Singapore and can be seen in the new 'Hotels.com' advert!