David Darcy Anna James Helen Shepherd Millie Kingsnorth Donna Wheeldon Sophie Tickle
David graduated with a BA in Dance Performance & Teaching from University of Central Lancashire in the summer of 2014.
Anna has been a volunteer and dance artist with Dance Syndrome since 2016. She became interested in the company after seeing a performance whilst at university and wanted to be involved.
Millie graduated with a BA in Dance Education in 2021. She became involved with DanceSyndrome through online sessions delivered during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Donna trained at Merseyside Dance and Drama Centre where she qualified as a professional dancer and graduated with a dance teacher qualification in Ballet, Tap and Modern with Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) and Royal Academy of Dance (RAD).
Dancing and performing has been a part of Sophie’s life since the age of three. Growing up she completed all her vocational dance and drama exams and went onto study Drama at Exeter University where she graduated with a first class honours degree. An applied arts module during her course really affirmed the power the arts have in engaging, stimulating and motivating participants in a truly unique way.
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