About miss heather


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Miss Heather grew up in Kent and attended dancing classes from the age 4, working her way through her ISTD examinations. As a child Miss Heather had the great experience of performing in the Professional Marlowe Theatre Pantomines in the Juvenile Chorus for six years as well as Easter productions, before moving away to train professionally at top performing arts school 'Performers College' in Essex.

Miss Heather trained for 3 years at Performers College where she gained a National Diploma in Musical Theatre. Here she also successfully gained her Diploma in Dance Instruction in Modern Theatre and Tap Dance. In her Second year of college she got to the Finals in the singing competition with the song, 'In his eyes' from Jeckyle and Hyde. Performing in 'Cry Baby' in the third year.

Miss Heather trained in all styles of dance including Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Partner work and Musical Theatre. Whilst training, Heather got to be part of some great productions with the College.

Straight after graduating in 2011, Heather went to work as a Singer/Dancer for PEEL Talent at the Warner Lesuire Hotel Thoresby Hall in Nottinghamshire followed by Nidd Hall in Yorkshire for 8 months. Here Heather was part of the show team and performed every night, delivered character house tours, as well as performing Solo and Group Cabarets. Credits include 'Car Wash' 'Magic of the musicals' 'Ready steady go'

After this contract Miss Heather was back to attending auditions and appearing as an extra in many commercials, dramas and films such as ITV 'Call the Midwife' '118 Commercial' 'Murder on the homefront' 'Darren Brown' to name a few.

Miss Heather has also worked as a Singer/ Dancer abroad.

Between contracts Miss Heather has always taught as she has always had a passion for teaching as well as performing.

In 2015 Miss Heather then completed a Degree in Dance with Middlesex University where she gained a First, whilst teaching for two suxessful Dance and Performing Arts Schools in London as well as being a part-time TA at SEN schools.

Miss Heather has now moved back to Kent and is continuously updating her dance qualifications and attending different courses to ensure her students get the best possible training, whether dancing just for fun or looking to pursue it as a future career.

Miss Heather has recently become a qualified Acrobatic Arts Module 1 teacher.

Miss Heather is so excited to have opened her own her Dance Company and is looking forward for HDC to grow and expand.