|Saldance Theatre Arts provides professional tuition within a warm and friendly atmosphere. Classes are taught by fully qualified and dedicated teachers ensuring that students receive quality training.
The school puts on a theatre production every 18 months, giving students the opportunity to experience the stage and showcase their achievements.
The school also holds an annual Freestyle Festival and Talent Competition, as well as Easter and Summer Workshops for juniors and seniors.
Students are trained through the International Dance Teachers’ Association syllabus and are able to take examinations up to a professional level, receiving certificates, rosettes, medals and trophies along the way.
Saldance Theatre Arts has two studios, which are well equipped, light and spacious. Each has a floor area in excess of 1,000 square feet, with one fully mirrored wall and fitted ballet barres. One of the studios has a sprung maple floor.
There are clean and comfortable changing / waiting areas and car parking space is available.
| Nicola Storton Fellow & Examiner I.D.T.A
Nicola began dancing at the age of three as a student of Mrs Sally Dennis (Fellow & Examiner I.D.T.A.) and trained in Ballet, Tap, Modern Jazz, Theatre Craft, Freestyle, Acrobatics and Musical Theatre for many years.
Nicola had five nominations for the International Theatre Dance Awards throughout her training; she is now a
Fellow and Examiner of the International Dance Teachers’ Association.
Nicola also has a National Diploma in Performing Arts and has gained valuable experience by being involved with many theatre productions, giving her an excellent background in all aspects of Theatre Dance and Musical Theatre.
Mrs Kym Coles F.I.D.T.A
Kym has been dancing since the age of three; she has trained in all Theatre Dance subjects and has been a teacher at Saldance since 1994. Kym received two nominations for the International Theatre Dance Awards during her training and is a
Fellow of the International Dance Teachers’ Association.
Mrs Rhoda Kuc F.I.D.T.A
Rhoda started her dance training in London aged three, studying Ballet, Tap, Stage and Acrobatics and continued to train in the subject of Ballet up to a Performer level through the RAD syllabus. After joining Saldance Theatre Arts in 2006 Rhoda continued her training and went on to gain her first teaching qualification with the International Dance Teachers’ Association.
Rhoda is now a Fellow of the International Dance Teachers