Step into the world of musicals where every number is a song and dance. From the golden glamorous days of Hollywood to the modern upbeat world of today these musicals have something for everyone and continue to wow audiences worldwide.
Whether you prefer to strut your stuff 1950’s America where Grease is the word or take a step on the wild side and explore the Lion king or maybe take a flight on a magic carpet.
This genre of dance is lively, energetic and a show stopper every time which will delight and amaze students of all ages and abilities.
Matilda is a massive hit not only on the Westend stage but in the classroom as well. This workshop full of energy and dance characterisation is perfect for all those 'Revolting Children' and guaranteed to take the school by storm. "Having Katie teach dance in school...read more
Time to get those toes tapping and head back to the good old 1950’s where Grease is the word. This is a firm favourite among students and has a hit medley of classic Grease tunes guaranteed to get you up and dancing and dusting off that leather jacket. "Having Katie...read more
My dance workshops
All of my educational dance workshops are designed to work alongside the school curriculum to help enhance and develop a deeper understanding of learning.
From looking at the skeleton and allowing the children to explore the human body through to discovering the beauty of the rainforest and the numerous animals which have chosen to make it their home.
My educational workshops are designed to build on classroom fundamental skills and continue the learning journey through movement of dance.
Storytelling & Literacy Workshops
What better way to tell a story than express it through dance, be a character and let your imagination run wild, make every gesture and moment count and bring your students closer to the action.
Children love to identify with characters and so through expression and dance break barriers and build confidence in a fun safe environment after all who doesn’t like a happy ever after.
I am constantly developing new material for my workshops, shows and displays that I believe my students will enjoy and I will continue to get youngsters active and share my love for the performing arts.