Annabelle has trained at various places in London. She spent time studying street dance, musical theatre and screen acting at Rose Bruford, Sylvia Young and is now doing her Level 6 Diploma in Musical Theatre, Tv & Film at D&B Academy of Performing Arts
Angela became involved in Liz Burville Performing Arts many years ago when her daughter signed up for dance classes. Angela now co-owns the dance school with Julia and Stuart and ensures the smooth running of the administrative functions and the financial side of the business.
Sarah has been part of the Liz Burville Performing Arts family since she was 10 years old.
Sarah has experienced lots of different shows including pantos, cabarets and performances as a child. Sarah's own daughter Mia is now very much a part of the LBPA family.
Emily trained as a professional dancer at Performers College in Essex. She has a Trinity diploma in dance theatre and is a qualified ISTD dance teacher in ballet, tap and modern.
Mackenzie Stretch trained professionally at Millennium Performing Arts and is a member of Empire Dance Crew founded by Rycardo Gomez.
Kathleen began dancing at a young age following the ISTD syllabus and taking part in shows and competitions. She then went on to study Performing Arts at the Reynolds Training Academy where she graduated with a Diploma.
She then went on to perform in the industry in various avenues including theatre, TV, corporate and live events across the UK and internationally.
Sam trained at the KSA Academy of Performing Arts and graduated with a distinction in her ATCL Performing Arts Diploma. During her training her credits include the KoloKolo bird in 'Just So The Musical', Esther in 'Secrets' and a Soloist at the KSA Cabaret Evening.
Paul, originally from Dublin, trained at the Brendan Smith Centre, and at the Guildhall, London.
Theatre appearances include Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Sweeney Todd and A Man of No Importance.
Paul has taught dance for 25 years, initially in the NATD method, swiftly moving onto ISTD when he moved to London in 1990. He has played piano for ballet, modern and tap classes, as well as examinations, for 34 years. His first accompanist work was at Frances Bleasdale School in Bolton, where he also took classes in Cecchetti ballet, NATD tap and stagecraft.
Allison started ballet at the age of 2 ½. Ever since she started she knew she wanted to pursue a career in dance. Allison began her training at Stage door Academy, and transferred to Dorothy Marshall studios at the age of 12. At Dorothy Marshall Studios Allison took part in many shows and also appeared at the London Palladium. Allison also started competing in solo, duets and group competitions in Ballet, Modern, Tap and Lyrical all over the south East.