With decades of experience, Dance For All is a leading vocational dance college in Scotland. DFA incorporates an HND in Professional Dance Performance, comprehensive Dance Teacher Training and extensive Professional Dance Performance Training into one dynamic, award-winning course. Numerous internationally recognised are dance qualifications combined with teaching training, plus NC Level 6 Dance, HNC & HND Professional Dance Performance certificates. Each student is supported by our inspirational faculty to achieve a successful and diverse career within the industry.
Established in 1985 by Director Tracy Hawkes, Dance For All amalgamated with the prestigious Theatre School of Dance in Stockbridge in 2000, where full-time training and dance classes had been offered for nearly four decades – is the longest running professional dance training course of its kind in Scotland.
Our talented graduates have progressed to work in choreography, musicals, TV & film, music videos, at theme parks such as Disneyland Paris, on cruise ships and joined dance companies, touring the world. Many go on to teach both nationally and internationally and have even established their own dance schools.
Every year Dance For All, in collaboration with Edinburgh College, Milton Road Campus (formally Jewel & Esk), offers a selection of very talented, unique Graduates who have a variety of skills and are driven, dedicated and ambitious to the professional dance industry. Scotland’s renowned dance critic Kelly Apter said of our 2013 show:
The diversity was remarkable… I wasn’t bored for a single second
Competing in tough auditions, our alumni win contracts to work in the USA, Bollywood India, Paris, Australia, the UK, Mediterranean and the Middle East, performing with international cruise liner companies and/or work at five-star hotels, international dance companies and theme parks, such as Disneyland Paris.
Many also go on to teach in Scotland and abroad, often establishing their own dance schools and businesses – we love seeing where our graduates end up, both in their personal and professional lives.
We do try to keep up with our graduates’ fast-paced careers! Click the tabs to reveal and discover a selection of some of Dance For All’s Alumni Success…
Nicole Reid has been performing with the Elite Pro dance troupe and has just landed in Morocco for her second dance contract & next adventure.
Rosina-Anne Groves-Moar is just back from her first contract in India.
Grace McLaren is teaching in Scotland.
Laura Paton is on the books with Disneyland Paris, awaiting her first contract abroad.
Naomi Cunningham is auditioning.
Zoe Miller got through tough auditions to win a contract with Carnival Cruise Lines.
Joanna Cairns is teaching locally.
Anna MacDonald was offered the starring role of Dick Whittington’s cat in the Dick Whittington panto in Inverness, but unfortunately is now recuperating from a knee injury.
Meaghan Robertson is working as a choreographer at Mitsis Alilah in Rhodes.
Bethany White is studying for her BA in Dance while performing part-time with Elite Pro Dance.
Nicola Saxton is enjoying her new contract at Disneyland Paris.
Heather Aitken has been taken on the books of top Scottish agency, SL Talent.
Kerrie Edmonston is dancing for The Taste of Scotland show at Edinburgh’s world famous boutique hotel Prestonfield House
Lauren Lewis has been accepted on to the RAD’s CBTS teacher-training course.
Olivia Riddle is teaching locally.
Margaret Morrison is enjoying her first contract with Disneyland Paris.
Congratulations to all of our 2015 Graduates who have each made it through tough auditions and are jetting off on international careers and embarking on their teaching careers very soon after graduating!
Here are some career updates we’ve heard about so far (from left-right)!
Sophie Archer started working at the Taste of Scotland show, Prestonfield
Natalie Smith also made it through tough auditions to land her first cruise contract with Disney Cruise Lines, performing on the main stage, aboard the Disney Fantasy liner. She is currently with Tokyo Disneyland.
Cameron Hunter is dancing with professional Commercial dance troupe Twisted Perfection. Twisted Perfection was founded by one of our former tutors, Simon Hunter, with recent gigs including private, corporate & charity events and the Taylor Swift concert at the Glasgow Hydro.
Gayle Franklyn is enjoying her contract as a Bailarina Profesional at Mallorca’s world-famous dinner show, Son Amar.
Kirsty Emslie landed her first cruise contract with P&O cruise ship and is off again on the Oceana
Lois Trout’s first contract was with the Blue Lagoon Resort in Kos, Greece.
Katie Hughes is jetting off to tour the Far East aboard the Costa Victoria with Costa Cruises.
Katie Morris began dancing with Twisted Perfection before graduating and won her first international cruise contract with Celestyal Cruises, touring the Greek islands.
Lauren Watt has formed her very own Lauren Watt Dance & Fitness Classes.
Zoe Stephenson just completed her first Bollywood contract, which she thoroughly enjoyed!
Kassy Crawford opened her own dance school, soon after graduating and is looking forward to directing her first school show. Kassy has also danced for Prestonfield House Taste of Scotland show.
Kiarra Morrice’s first contract was also with the Blue Lagoon Resort in Kos, Greece.
Ashleigh Reid made it through Disney’s tough auditions but unfortunately broke her hand, which required surgery. She’s enjoying her travels but can’t wait to get back into auditioning. We’re all wishing her a speedy recovery.
Jessica Olivia is just back from travelling Indonesia.
Lauren Pearson won her first international contract to perform at the 4-star Louis Creta Princess Hotel in Crete, Greece.
Alexandra Dykes has been working at Sandylands Holiday Parks Resort, Saltcoats as performer & dance fit instructor, as well as teaching for Jitterbugz dance parties.
Congratulations to all of our 2014 Graduates who have each made it through tough auditions and are jetting off on international careers, continuing on to degree courses and embarking on their teaching careers!
Here are some career updates we are hearing about (from left-right)!
Kristina Lowe was ecstatic to be working at Disneyland Paris, alongside a number of fellow DFA graduates and has since been the Open Jazz Finalist in the Dance world Championships, Florida and choreographer at the Children’s Theatre Boness. Kristina is currently teaching Jazz & Commercial Dance at the Central Scotland Ballet School.
Catherine Farrer taught in Orkney at Just Dance, a dance school founded by our 2007 graduate Joanna Davies, before embarking on her first international dance contract in Paphos, Cyprus. She is currently the Choreographer at Club Med in France and this summer will be off to Club Med in Cancun, Mexico.
Hayley Fleming started her career at Disneyland Paris, came back to Scotland to teach and has since worked her first cruise contract with Mirage Productions, aboard Fred Olsen cruises. She is currently a dancer at the 4-star Mitsis Rodos Village Hotel in Greece.
Maeve Foley has been performing as a stunt double in American TV series Outlander, in music videos, with The London Cheerleaders, on stage as ballet dancer in the opera Aida; and modelling in Scotland and London.
Robert Wilson moved to London soon after graduating, successfully auditioning to work on many different projects including: Bollywood film sets; music videos; Mary Poppins popup events; and performances with the commercial flash mob troupe, Club Mob. At the end of 2014, Robert was delighted to join the cast of A Night of Dirty Dancing for a UK Tour, which commenced in January 2015. Since then Robert has toured aboard the Royal Princess ship, with Princess Cruises, taught Commercial Dance classes for Simon Says Dance, performed in Funny Girls and worked with Awesome Dog – a motion capture company – on various projects. Robert is now heading off on his next dance adventure, rehearsing in London for a month then touring around Holland with Spirit Productions.
Ashley Campbell won her first international dance contract soon after graduating, working a season at a hotel on Greek island of Kos. She has since worked in panto and TV and embarked on further international contracts at hotels in Malta and Greece.
Ashleigh Innes began her career by performing in The Taste of Scotland show at Edinburgh’s world famous boutique hotel Prestonfield House, then a season run in Cinderella in Motherwell while continuing to teach in local dance schools. She soon won her first cruise contract aboard the NeoRiviera, with Costa Cruise Lines, sailing the Mediterranean.
Lana Benson started her career performing on stage as ballet dancer in the opera Aida, as a Can Can dancer at events and modelling. She has since won international contracts, performing at hotels in Paphos, Greece, in Cyprus and is now back performing in Greece, in Khalkidhiki.
Seonaid Cleland set off travelling around Australia soon after graduating. When she came back, she embarked upon her DDI Ballet teacher training exams. Seonaid enjoyed her travels so much that she’s planning another trip back!
Mandy Fletcher started her dance career performing across the UK. She’s currently performing as a magician / dancer in the House of Illusion in Salou, Spain. Mandy is actually a third generation magician in her family and is thrilled to be combining her professional dance and magic expertise.
Leanne Graham has been performing in the Prestonfield House Taste of Scotland show and with local professional Commercial dance group, Twisted Perfection, founded by one of our former tutors, Simon Hunter. She has recently passed her ISTD DDE (DIPLOMA IN DANCE EDUCATION).
Chanelle Derighetti is Head of Jazz Dance at a local dance school and is also teaching ISTD Modern and Tap.
Megan Baird is off to a six-month professional contract in Cyprus (Protaras).
Jennifer Foulds initially moved to London after graduating, successfully auditioning to perform in commercial dance projects, including a music video with American rapper, Flo Rider and with Show Stoppers’ productions. Since then Jennifer has won contracts to perform in Marrakech, Morrocco and Dubai, UAE. She recently founded her own professional dance troupe, The Stiletto Sisters.
Lauren Brown was made Head of Street Dance at a local dance school and also taught at Dance HQ in Glasgow, before jetting off to India. She performed on stage in Scotland before winning her first international contract to perform in Indian Bollywood stage shows & movies, music videos and TV shows, involving travel all over India. Now back in Scotland, Lauren is teaching at three local dance schools in the Lothians.
Congratulations to all of our 2013 Graduates who have each made it through tough auditions and are jetting off on international careers, continuing on to degree courses and embarking on their teaching careers!
Here are some career updates we are hearing about (from left-right)!
Jenna Millar is finishing up rehearsals with Headliners Theatre Company before she sets sail aboard P&O’s Arcadia for a six-month contract all over the Mediterranean, the Baltics (Copenhagen, Stockholm, etc.), America and Canada and the Caribbean.
Sarah Gibson began her career working as a performer in Disneyland Paris and has since performed in the UK and Europe, amongst her travels to California and Europe.
Rachael Skillen also started off in Disneyland Paris. She then enjoyed two seasons at the Louis Phaethon Hotel in Paphos, Cyprus with fellow graduates Rachael Bell (2013) and Emma Dongworth (2010); and has just started at the Candia Maris Resort & Spa Hotel in Crete.
Rachael Bell was another of our graduates to win a contract to perform in Bollywood stage shows & movies, music videos and TV shows all over India. She then jetted off to perform dance and musical theatre in Paphos, Cyprus, joining fellow graduates Rachael Skillen (2013) and Emma Dongworth (2010). Following a second season at the Louis Phaethon Hotel in Paphos, Rachael has begun her new contract at the Candia Maris Resort & Spa Hotel in Crete.
Jill Erin Morton also balanced college and show rehearsals, performing in a new show Piece of Mind for the Edinburgh Fringe with choreographer Ashley Jack from Jackin’ the box. Jill has been fitting travelling across Europe in between teaching her in Scotland.
Claire Grieve’s first international contract was at a 5-star hotel called ‘Breathless‘. She then returned to the Dominican Republic hotel for a second season. Since then Claire has continued to develop her acrobatic skills and she finished her summer season as an acrobatic dancer at the Calalandrusa Beach Resort in Catanzaro, Italy. She’s currently with Viva Wyndham in the Bahamas, teaching flying trapeze lessons and performing dance and aerial, including flying trapeze, silks, circus and acrobatic numbers. Read more about Claire’s journey here.
Lauren O’Brian has joined her fellow graduates out at Disneyland Paris.
Lesley Conn immediately embarked on her teaching career.
Holly Simpson enjoyed a six month contract in Egypt and is now auditioning for her next job.
Victoria Cairns went on to study for her BA in Dance and is now performing with the Elite Pro Dance troupe.
Megan Hughes’ first international contract was in Egypt, performing at a five star hotel complex. She’s now also performing with the Elite Pro Dance troupe.
Maria Koumi is teaching locally and will soon be studying for her RAD teaching CBTS.
Abby Douglas has been busy fitting auditions in around work and travelling – watch this space!
Laura Martin has had several international posts so far. Her first contract was with the Spanish cruise company Ibero Crueros and she’s since toured the UK with Diamonette Showgirls, performed with Costa Cruises and explored the seas around Japan & China with HNA Cruises.
Ellen West started a trend for signing cruise contracts before graduating! She landed a job with P&O Cruises on her very first audition. We interviewed her to find out more about her audition experience…
Congratulations to all of our 2012 Graduates who have each made it through tough auditions and are jetting off on international careers!
Jane Heggie (left) and Vikki Baigrie (right) are thrilled to have both won cruise contracts so soon after graduating.
Vikki is touring the Greek Islands with Costa Cruises and Jane is touring the Mediterranean, Canaries and Caribbean with P&O Cruises. Read Jane’s feature interview about her time abroad in the Daily Record…
Sarah Noon (left) and Alanna Aitken (right) thoroughly enjoyed their hard won 6 month dance contracts! Alanna performed at a 5 star hotel in Egypt before returning home to teach and coach in the Lothians. Her street dance crew, Pulsationz won the 4th in the World spot at the 2013 UDO World Street Dance Championships.
Louise Lunn-Rockcliffe (left) is thrilled to be working with the award winning dance school, Intergr8 Dance, in Winchester. Louise is thoroughly enjoying teaching and passing on her knowledge, experience and technical training she received at Dance For All, while continuing to develop her dance career.
Kim McDonald (right)has gone on to a Degree Completion year at Edinburgh College and we expect she has a fantastic career ahead of her.
Anna Muszynska also made it through rigorous auditions in London to gain work on Lush’s new ad campaign. You can see Anna perform a cracking number of very difficult fouettes en pointe in our very first YouTube video.
Sarah Huguet (left) has already realised her ambitious dream and opened her own dance school, Huget Boogie Performance, in Tranent & Direlton. Fellow graduate Ellen Cole (right) is also teaching at Sarah’s new school.
Amy-Francesca Shevlin is thoroughly enjoying her teaching career in central Scotland, working freelance for local dance schools, including Step It Up and the Broadway School of Performing Arts in Falkirk.
Stacey Graham spent the summer 2012 season dancing in Greece and is looking forward to her next position. During her time at Dance For All, Stacey passed her RAD Advanced 2 Ballet with Merit. We are very proud of her and Principal Director, Tracy Hawkes, says “the award is very well deserved”. This follows on the back of Stacey achieving her ISTD Advanced 2 Modern with Distinction and ISTD Advanced 2 Tap with Merit. She is completing her ISTD DDE Teaching qualification, which we are sure she will ace with flying colours! Stacey also won our Outstanding Student of the Year 2011 and we expect she has a blossoming career ahead of her.
Left-Right: Lauren Cunningham, Jennifer Lyall, Emma Smith, Lisa Aytoun
At a highly competitive audition in London, not long after graduation, Lauren Cunningham won a contract with the renowned Costa Cruise Company. She joined fellow DFA graduate Louise Ferrier (Dance Captain) to tour internationally and now Lauren is working as Production Singer and Dancer aboard Carnival Cruise Lines.
Following completion of her ISTD Teacher Training, Jennifer Lyall is enjoying her very rewarding teaching career. She is teaching themed educational workshops in nursery and primary schools in and around Edinburgh for a local performance arts organisation.
Lisa Aytoun performed at the 2009 MOBO Awards Ceremony during her final year at DFA. She has been dancing around the UK at various festivals and events for singer Scarlette Fever and her gymnastics team was selected to represent Scotland at the 2010 European championships in Sweden. In 2011 Lisa won a contract with Octopus Entertainment in Mumbai, India which included performing in Bollywood films, music videos, adverts & theatre shows. In 2013 she performed in the Sunshine on Leith film and performed in ten times a week in a new show called Clockwork which toured the UK . When in Scotland she teaches dance and coaches gymnastics. Read Lisa’s feature interview about her career so far in the Daily Record… Watch Lisa perform an aerial hoop in Dubai in 2016.
Following graduation, Emma Smith secured a position in the Robbie Williams Tribute Show on a Balearic Islands Cruise with Main Feature Productions and was one of only three singer/dancers in the production. She is now the Dance Support Officer for SkyeDance, which is the resident dance company of Aros Arts Centre in Portree. SkyeDance are a registered charity who deliver a diverse range of dance classes to remote communities in Syke and Lochalsh. They also have a youth company and are involved in national dance projects. Emma is making dance more accessible to people with a disability, creating & performing with Indepen-Dance 4 (IND4). Read more about Emma’s journey here.
Following graduation Gemma Lawson and Rebecca Stenhouse toured China in Best of Musicals. Gemma has been working on P&O cruise ships since 2011 and Rebecca is a performer with Universal Studios in Japan.
Klair Smith auditioned for Disneyland Paris immediately after graduating and won her first contract. She loves Paris and working at Disneyland so much, she has worked there ever since! She does occasionally come ‘home’ to Scotland to visit family and she’ll often pop in to Dance For All to say hello and catch-up. She says her time at DFA was “the best three years of my life!” Read more student testimonials.
Since graduating David Bathe has enjoyed several international world tour cruise ship contracts and is currently performing in London.
Tutor Charlotte with daughter Lily and graduates from 2008 at our Reunion then L-R: Lisa Roberts, Kylie Stevenson, Charlotte Nicol and Susan Baggott.
Charlotte Nicol has been building up her rewarding career in teaching and now teaches RAD Ballet and Jazz Dance to children here at Dance For All as well as in Livingston at a local dance school run by her friend and fellow DFA graduate Leanne Mallace.
Following graduation Lisa Roberts worked with Thomson Holidays in Spain, she has now returned to the UK and says “I loved my time at DFA and the best part would be my life-long friends that I made.” Read more student testimonials.
Following completion of the 2008 Foundation Year at Dance For All, Susan Baggot went on to Reid Kerr College in Paisley and completed her BA (Hons) degree at Telford College. Susan is now working as a dancer for a local entertainment agency.
Kylie Stevenson performed on the European 2008-09 tour of the Best of Musicals show and has been entertaining passengers on the Carnival Cruise Line since 2010.
Jennifer Ward currently teaches in the Stirlingshire area for Alloa Ballet Company and Stirling Dance Academy and recently joined Head Over Heels Dance Fitness. She has taught at numerous Scottish stage academies and dance schools and provided community outreach dance workshops with Govan Youth Info Project.
Lyn Stewart is a dance captain & choreographer in local dance group and a dance tutor for North Lanarkshire Council, teaching in schools & sports centres to children, teens and adults, including over 50’s.
Kim Lenora Anderson has just graduated in Musical Theatre from Stella Mann College Of Performing Arts, Bedford. Kim has sung at many high profile events, such as the Emmerdale Charity Ball and The Energy Ball, both held at the AECC. In 2011 she was a Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer Of The Year Finalist. “Dance For All really helped me work on and improve my dancing. Prior to Dance For All I had no dance experience. I spent a year at DFA and it definitely made a difference and I am so glad I went, as it gave me a good grounding for coming to Stella Mann College.” Read more student testimonials.
Joanna Davies ARAD set up her successful dance school in her home region Orkney in 2008, teaching child, teen and adult classes. She has choreographed numerous dance shows, pantomimes and musicals, such as: The King and I, Annie, Oliver, 42nd Street, and Cats which feature many of her talented pupils.
During Louise Ferrier’s four years with Costa Cruise Lines, she toured South America, the Mediterranean and the Indian ocean. Starting out as a performer, she soon became production manager and dance captain on the Costa Romantica. She returned home to Scotland for a short stint of teaching and will be jetting off to the Broadway Dance Centre in New York, USA this summer.
Amie Taheri was selected for Rangers Dance Squad immediately following graduation. She has worked aboard Costa Cruises and Classic International Cruises and is now enjoying life in Dubai.
After completing her Foundation year at Dance For All, Jodie Reynolds lived in London working in the HipHop crew TKSpin Masters of Movement. She performed in a number of music videos and worked with George Sampson and n-dubz. In 2009 she graduated from The Centre Performing Arts College in Greenwich and returned to Edinburgh the following year to finish her teaching exams at Dance For All. Jodie has also worked a summer season in Greece and performed vocals for a few DJ’s and music producers.
The Copacabana theatre show was Maria Boyle’s first acting principle role. Maria’s career has included music videos, Boogie Nights the Musical and she featured as part of the Beyonce world tour marketing campaign in the UK.
After completing her Foundation year Gillian Elizabeth Lawrence danced for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo and taught Highland, Ballet, Tap and Jazz dance for a few years until she started her family.
David Sneddon went straight into employment for the Curve Foundation then onto the Magic Flute Opera. He has toured Taiwan in the Las Vegas Fantasy 2 show and worked at Europe’s largest casino, Estoril, in Portugal. He came back to the UK working in pantomime and as a dancer, singer, actor & choreographer for Bourne Leisure and has toured the UK with Viva Productions and the Kylie Mania Tour.
Since graduating Claire Ritchie has worked professionally as a Show Choreographer for New Horizon, Cabaret Singer and Children’s Character Performer including many children’s favourites – performing in shows such as Bob The Builder (Trained by Rainbow) for TED Group in England, Spain and Greece. Her diverse career so far has also included being a Puppeteer, trained by Avenue Q and a Production Show Vocalist for 5 star hotels in Greece and Spain. Claire has also been filmed for dancer rehearsal DVDs, a Production Dancer, a Dance Leader, Children’s Presenter and has acted in cartoon-style character shows for family audiences. Claire is now working in London teaching Zumba, as a children’s party character and writing her own music.
L-R: Heather McKendry, Claire Roberston, Claire Bungay, Jenna Freel & Kerry Millar
Following five years with one of Edinburgh’s five star hotels, Kerry teamed up with DFA graduates Claire B, Claire R and Jenna to work on the Taste of Scotland Show – they had also previously worked together in Pantomime. Claire B has toured Italy with the band Saor Patrol, taught in Hutherford and worked in Warner Hotels. Claire R runs her own dance school and is a freelance teacher. Jenna has performed in shows in London and the Fringe and worked with numerous companies including Rhythm Ink. Kerry is now working with fellow Heather, running a local dance school teaching children RAD Ballet, ISTD Tap & Modern and Hip Hop. They also worked together to help deliver the Active Schools programme. Additionally Heather has been teaching in various dance schools across Edinburgh and Glasgow and delivering workshops in primary schools and she taught a recent West End ‘Billy Elliot’ star.
Karen Sproull’s professional career so far includes: Lead Vocalist with Oriana Theatre Company aboard the Oriana P&O Cruise Ship, Freemasons Centenary at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Aladdin at The Kings Theatre in Edinburgh and a lead role on the Annie UK Tour.
Following her Foundation year with Dance For All, Victoria Knowles continued her training on a musical theatre course in London. She first toured the UK with an educational theatre company, often playing lead roles, then toured again with Spirit Productions Spirit of Dance show, which subsequently returned their stationary theatre in the USA. Living in Chicago, Victoria still works with Spirit Productions today both in the USA and touring the UK. Shows have included Broadway the Star Spangled Celebration and the Spirit of Christmas. She has taken occasional breaks to spend seasons at the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City and the Niagara Falls Casino.
Since graduating Amy Watson has worked on cruise ships; with artists Sonia Messer, Linda Dickson and Nicky Pyrah; and is now teaching Ballet, Tap, Modern & Jazz in Scotland.
Mary Healy began her career performing in a London holiday park and in Panto. She then went onto work with Costa Cruises, travelling the Mediterranean.
Rachel Barbod (middle) has been teaching Ballet, Modern & Tap in Edinburgh since she graduated in 2004.
Jenni Inglis (left) is the Assistant Artistic Director at the Edinburgh Dance Academy and she teaches on the Specialist Dance Programme at Broughton High School.
Gemma Galbraith (right) completed her HNC in 2003 and now runs Glasgow dance school: Lillian McNeil School of Dance
Susan Winton has taught on various professional dance and musical theatre courses in Glasgow, training students in both schools and colleges and has been Head of Dance for the Glasgow Academy of Musical Theatre Arts. At present Susan is a dance lecturer for Motherwell College and teaches on their Musical Theatre Course, as well as being the ballet tutor for the Merce at Motherwell Contemporary Course. Within this Susan delivers the Higher Dance program. She also runs her own dance school Performers Dance Academy, which is based in Glasgow and provides tuition for children in classical ballet, tap, modern and jazz.
Julie McInally has been teaching throughout Edinburgh and the Lothians since she graduated and now runs her own school in Penicuik. During this time she has also performed in and choreographed many productions, including: Connect Festival, Children 1st Moulin Rouge Ball, North Lanarkshire Burns Federation Homecoming Concert and Festival Scavengers. Julie has worked with numerous organisations, including Midlothian Active Schools, Edinburgh University, North Edinburgh Arts and Dance For All.
Lindsey McGlade is enjoying her rewarding teaching career, nurturing children & teenagers through RAD Ballet and ISTD Modern syllabuses.
Following graduation, Leigh Douglas immediately won a contract with Disneyland Resort Paris. She has also worked as a professional cheerleader and toured with Riverdance. Leigh then returned to Disneyland Paris – she is thoroughly enjoying living in France.
Laura Geddes is currently teaching at two Glasgow colleges and runs her own dance school. After graduation, she danced with the Claymore Cheerleaders: the Scottish Rockettes and then launched and coached the Rangers Dance Squad. Laura has choreographed and performed in many shows throughout Scotland.
Our graduates continue to delight us when their dedication, skills and determination pays off – we couldn’t be more proud and we will bring you more Graduate News soon!
Page last updated: 5 May 2017.
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