Sophie Hallett

Drama is taught by Sophie Hallett who trained at the Webber Douglas Academy and has been teaching drama for over 20 years. In addition to teaching, she has worked extensively in casting working on shows such as Mamma Mia!, Our House, Bombay Dreams, Chicago, Jerry Springer-The Opera amongst many others. She was also responsible for casting the workshop productions of Taboo and We Will Rock You. Film work includes Jesus Christ Superstar and Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She worked at The Donmar Warehouse for over 5 years working on projects such as Pacific Overtures, Grand Hotel, The Cut starring Sir Ian McKellan, A Voyage Round My Father starring Sir Derek Jacobi and Frost/Nixon starring Michael Sheen.

Sophie is currently working for The Casting Directors’ Guild of Great Britain and Ireland.



Dance is taught by Lee Harvey Robinson who trained in Dance Theatre at the Laban Conservatoire. He also holds an MA in Dance. Lee has performed in both stage and film productions across the world in places such as Australia, India, Hong Kong, America and Europe and toured with Transition’s Dance Company in 2007-2008. Some of Lee’s credits include: The Princess and The Pea, The Boy Who Cried Wolf & Places to Dance (BBC Dance Films), Valerie Preston Dunlop’s rework of Rudolf Laban’s Green Clowns, The Bill (Television), MAC Male Range (Modelling), Rambert Dance Company and Lost Dog Dance Company. As well as performing Lee has established a strong teaching track record over the past 6 years leading creative learning projects across the capital for Boundless Dance Company, Combination Dance Company and Dramatic Edge.


Music is taught by Rosa Lennox who is a musical director, actor musician and singer. She trained at Mountview Academy. Rosa was the MD for “Can-Can!” at the Union Theatre, and assistant MD for “San Domino” at the Tristan Bates’ Theatre. Her actor musician credits include Peggy Tibbets in “Brass”, Olivia in “Twelfth Night” and Barbara Castle in “Made in Dagenham”. Rosa is singing accordionist and performs at concerts, weddings and funerals.

She has worked extensively with children for 10 years, through childcare, teaching them instruments, and vocal coaching in various shows and choirs. Rosa is an incredibly talented musician and plays a total of 7 instruments including the piano, accordion and clarinet. She brings an unpatronising, engaging and fun approach to singing sessions and looks forward to the summer term!

Rosa Lennox