Emily Jade Maycock
Emily trained at the Allesley School of Dance in Coventry & London Studio Centre (BA Hons, Theatre Dance). Both during & after training she danced with the jazz company ‘Body of People’, directed by Dollie Henry and Paul Jenkins. In 2009 she became a resident teacher at Cambridge Performing Arts: Bodywork, teaching classes in jazz, tap, ballet & fitness. Choreography credits include ‘Cabaret’, ‘Matchgirls’ and ‘Personals’ for Bodywork Company, along with many dance pieces for Christmas and summer shows.
Emily is currently a resident teacher at Addict Dance Academy, teaching classes in jazz dance and choreographing for end of year shows. ‘Emily Jade Theatre Arts’ was established in 2010 and Emily teaches many classes at the school alongside her other teachers, who are all experts in their field.
"We have attended Emily Jade Theatre Arts for over five years now since my eldest daughter was just two. With simply fantastic shows to wonderful exam results, the children have gone from strength to strength and they really love their classes which are well structured and great fun.
I'm already counting the days until my youngest little girl is old enough to join her big sisters. We are so lucky to have such a great place in Eltham. Thank you Miss Emily!!"
Brenda was trained by Biddy Pinchard and took part in all sections of the "Sunshine Dance Competition" from an early age, winning many awards. She won the coveted R.A.D. Adeline Genee Gold Medal and graduated from the Royal Ballet School.
She was a founder member of the Western Theatre Ballet, now Scottish Ballet, and in 1963 joined the Royal Ballet becoming a principal dancer in 1965, dancing all major roles and appeared in Ashton's film of "The Tales Of Beatrix Potter".
From 1977 - 1980 she was Artistic Director of the Norwegian National Ballet. She has taught throughout the world for the R.A.D. and given classes to the English National, Scottish, Royal New Zealand and Australian Ballet Companies. She is currently a senior classical tutor at the London Studio Centre.
A Vice President of All England Dance, she is currently Director of Training and Fellow of the British Ballet Organisation, Patron and Trustee of the Louise Browne Yorkshire Scholars and Artistic Director of the Molly Lake Award.
Liam trained at the Allesley School of Dance in Coventry followed by Laine Theatre Arts. He is currently performing as Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny in the West End production of Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
Other theatre credits include: Enjolras in Les Miserables (The Queens Theatre, directed by Sir Trevor Nunn, John Caird & Christopher Key), Jordan in Departure Lounge – original cast (Waterloo East, directed by Pip Minnithorpe), Oden Electric Blues Tribe Member in HAIR (Gielgud Theatre, directed by Diane Paulus), Link Larkin in Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre, directed by Jack O’Brien), 1st Cover Fiyero in Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre, directed by Joe Mantello), Love Never Dies – Workshop.
June Pughe has been the principal of the Allesley School of Dance in Coventry for over fifty years and is a well-known and distinguished teacher, fully registered in all disciplines with the Dance Council of Great Britain.
She is a trustee and board member of the British Ballet Organization and has recently devised a syllabus for pre-school children which has proved to be extremely successful and is being used as a training system in U.K., Europe, Australia and the Far East.
We dance for laughter, we dance for tears,
we dance for
We dance for HOPES,
we are the dancers,
we create the DREAMS.
we dance for SCREAMS,
we dance for fears.