MEET OUR STAFF
PRINCIPAL AND PRIMARY WORKSHOP LEADER
Daniel has more than 16 years experience as a children's entertainer.
As a children's entertainer he often organises games and other activities, whch makes him perfect for the role of improvisation workshop leader.
He had his first taste of working within the profesional entertainment industry when he was 19 years old. He worked on a voluntary basis for Local Life TV (LLTV) as a freelance television presenter and reporter.
Daniel's other television credits include BBC comedy-drama Fundland, in which he played a stag lad (Non-spoken role) and in 2014, he was a member of the cast of Britain's Got Talent's opening sequence.
Daniel has an Enhanced Disclosure (DBS) certificate and along with a recent status check can be viewed upon request.
SUBSTITUTE WORKSHOP LEADER
Stacey has run improvisation workshops for younger and older children in her home town Yorkshire.
Between 2014 and 2016 Stacery attended Yorkshire Coast College where she gained a BTEC degree in Level 3 Performing Arts. She is currently at Blackpool and the Fylde College and studying a BA Honours degree in Acting.
Stacey has attended youth theatre at the Spa Theatre and for approx. six years she been a volunteer, doing activities with them and has performed in many different plays within the group. Stacey has also performed in various productions in college and university.
Stacey has an Enhanced Disclosure (DBS) certificate and it along with a copy of recent status check can be viewed upon request.
Jennifer has a BTEC diploma in acting at the West Cheshire College and BA in contemporary theatre and performance at Manchester Metropolitan University in Crewe. She has performed four drama pieces to the public.
Jennifer is currently studying a degree in acting at Blackpool and Fylde College.
Jennifer has an Enhanced Disclosure (DBS) certificate, which can be viewed upon request.
PRINCIPAL TEACHER AND SUBSTITUTE WORKSHOP LEADER
Hannah is a musical theatre graduate, who has experience in teaching/facilating workshops and classes for children and adults of all ages. She regularly runs line dancing and also adults and kids entertainment activities at two busy hotels in Blackpool. She has also toured around schools while being at university delivering workshops within drama and performing arts. Hannah also has experience working with people with challenging behaviour and disabilities.
Qualifications include BA Honours at Musical Theatre and Dance University of Cumbria and level three extended diploma performing arts at Blackpool and Fylde College.
Hannah has an Enhanced Disclosure (DBS) certificate, which can be viewed upon request.