We believe everyone should have the confidence to stand out from the crowd, achieve their goals & reach their full potential. By sharing our passion for dance & positive encouragement, our dedicated teachers build confidence, develop creativity and help each individual feel special, whether you want to dance professionally or as a hobby.
We teach Ballet, Tap, Contemporary Modern Jazz, AcroDance, Musical theatre and more in small groups or 1-2-1 coaching to all ages and abilities in a structured, friendly & nurturing environment. Join in one of our FREE dance classes & find out how we can improve your confidence and help you (or your child) to shine.
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- Sally WraggPrincipal/Owner
Sally began dancing at age 2 at the Constance Grant Dance Centre gaining her Professional Artist examinations in all four core subjects of theatre dance and scholarship nominations in her Ballet, Tap and Modern Jazz examinations, as well as Professional Teaching qualifications. She has over 20 years of teaching experience coaching teacher training and theatre school preparation.
Sally has recently completed a 'Be Activated' course in Physiotherapy and is the only dance teacher in the region that specialises in this technique. She has choreographed and performed in many shows in Sheffield including 'The Sound of Music' in March 2012 and 'Acorn Antiques' in March 2013 for Croft House Theatre Company. This year Sally worked alongside Adrian Allsopp a Professional West End Director/Choreographer for their latest production Grease in March 2014. Sally's next challenge will be Choreographing 'Sister Act' for Croft House's in March 2015.Ellie HudsonDance Teacher
Ellie began dancing at a young age, trained by Sally she studied to a high level taking artist examinations in Ballet, Tap, Modern Jazz, Theatrecraft and Musical Theatre. In 2010, Ellie succesfully gained a place at the Liverpool Theatre College where she studied Musical Theatre for 1 year, before returning home to continue her training here at DDTA with Miss Sally. In 2011, Ellie successfully gained her first IDTA Associate teaching qualification in Ballet and is now teaching as a qualified member of staff at the school.
Ellie is a member of Croft House Theatre Company a local amateur group and enjoys performing at the Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, where in 2011 she took the principal role of Liesal in Croft's production of the 'Sound of Music' and also Sandy in their latest production of 'Grease' which she performed in March 2014. Ellie also successfully auditioned for a principal role in the National Youth Musical Theatre which she performed at a London Theatre in August last yearEleanor AllbonesDance Teacher
Eleanor began dancing at age 4 and along with studying for exams with the IDTA and RAD, successfully auditioned for a place on the Yorkshire Young Dancers Scheme at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance in Leeds, during which she attended classes in Leeds 3 times a week for a year.
In 2012, she was accepted onto the one-year intensive course in musical theatre at Performance Preparation Academy in Guildford. Here she had professional standard training in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, voice and acting. It was during her time here that she gained her ATCL diploma in teaching theatre arts.
After graduating PPA, Eleanor moved back to Sheffield in order to continue her teacher training and is currently studying to complete her IDTA Level 4 qualifications in all 4 subjects under the tuition of Miss Sally.
Eleanor has been performing with musical theatre societies since 2006 and has performed in many shows including Carousel, White Christmas, Beauty and the Beast, West Side Story and Legally Blonde.
In 2011, Eleanor passed her Grade 8 Musical Theatre exam with distinction and was invited to perform at a concert for the highest scoring candidates in Sheffield.Sami JonesDance Teacher
Sami began dancing at a young age, training at Shirley Tindall School of Theatre Dance. She studied to a high level, taking artist examinations in Ballet, Tap and Modern Jazz. She took part in numerous dance school shows, pantomimes as a youth member of Dronfield light opera group and shows with Rotherham Operatic society.
In 2010 she danced on the Fantasia stage at Disneyland Paris in a performance to celebrate the Girl Guiding Centenary.
Sami studied a year of a sports science degree before qualifying as a primary teacher in 2014 and is currently teaching in Early Years. She joined Dronfield Dance and Theatre Academy in 2015, attending ballet, tap and dance advance classes and taking part in the school show in 2017.
After assisting with classes at DDTA for the past 12 months, Sami’s passion for teaching dance was refuelled and she is now in training towards her IDTA Level 4 Ballet teaching qualifications under the guidance of Miss Sally.Louise LowryDance Teacher
Louise has always had a desire to teach dance and is currently working towards completing her teacher training qualifications under the guidance of Miss Sally. Having founded her University campus’ first ever Students Union dance Company, Louise then went to train in Contemporary dance and found, direct, Choreograph and dance in her professional company Illusions dance after University, funded by the Prince’s Youth Business Trust.
The company was commended in the 1997 Livewire Cheshire Business Start Up competition and awarded an A4E Express lottery grant to provide dance support to play-schemes locally.
After moving back to her home town of Nottingham in 1997, Louise took the role of Associate Dance Tutor at Nottingham’s 11th session performing arts school: College Street Arts Centre, teaching Creative Dance to 5-6 year olds until 2001.
Louise has performed throughout the UK over the years, at the Edinburgh Fringe, Sadlers Wells and the Nottingham theatre Royal among others, as Freelance artist, with her company Illusions, and also with North West based dance company Scherzo.
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