The Constance Grant Dance Centre was established in 1925 by the late Constance Grant and her husband the late Harry Silvester. Their combined talents soon developed a large school of high standards. This tradition was carried forward by their daughter, the late Judith Silvester and is now continued by their granddaughters Tracey Southern and Karen Siddall.
As your child progresses, our teachers are here to nurture and encourage their talent. We host regular dance shows and our biannual performance is held at The Sheffield City Hall. We also offer the opportunity to take professional qualifications within the IDTA.
With a diverse timetable of classes for children and adults, make Constance Grant Dance Centre your first choice in Sheffield.
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- Tracey SouthernPrincipal
Tracey was trained as a child by her mother Judith Silvester at the Constance Grant Dance Centre, followed by a three year Musical Theatre & Teacher Training course at Laine Theatre Arts in Epsom.
Tracey then danced professionally before returning home to further her teaching qualifications with the IDTA.
On completion of her Fellowship qualifications Tracey became an Examiner for the IDTA and is now a senior Examiner and Assessor. She is also a coach for Teacher Training.
Tracey is a member of the ”Miss Dance & Dance Master of Great Britain Championships” organising committee, which is sponsored by the IDTA.Jessica Spick
Jessica Trained at the Constance Grant Dance Centre and then at The Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama in Nottingham.
She danced professionally for a number of years before returning home to further her teaching qualifications and is now a Licentiate member of the IDTA.Karen SiddallPrincipal
Karen was trained as a child by her mother Judith Silvester at Constance Grant Dance Centre, followed by a three year Musical Theatre & Teacher Training course at Laine Theatre Arts in Epsom.
From there, she gained a teaching post in Italy and continued on a varied career as a professional dancer in Spain, Germany, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Mexico and Portugal.
Karen returned home to join the family business and has furthered her teaching qualifications to Fellowship level within the IDTA. She now runs the business side of Constance Grant Dance Centre as well as teaching.
Karen is Chair-person of the ”Miss Dance & Dance Master Of Great Britain Championships” organising committee having taken over this position for her late mother Judith Silvester.Katie MatherTeacher
Katie trained at The Constance Grant Dance Centre.
She Graduated from The University of Sheffield with a BSc degree in Psychology in 2014.
Katie worked at Disney World Florida as a Character performer before returning to Sheffield to teach dance and musical theatre at the dance centre.
She is involved in many local theatre groups and performs regularly.
Katie is an Associate Member of the IDTA.Angela MeradTeacher
Angela trained at the Constance Grant Dance Centre and is a qualified solicitor.
She is an Associate Member of the IDTA.Martha LambTeacher
Martha trained at the Constance Grant Dance Centre and then at De Montfort University in Leicester graduating with a BA (Hons) Degree in Dance.
She also works with “Sheffield Theatres” and divides her time between the Dance Centre and the Crucible & Lyceum Theatres.
Martha is an Associate Member of the IDTA.Lucie PayneTeacher
Lucie trained at the Marilyn Baker School of Dance in Doncaster and then at The Central School of Ballet in London.
She danced professionally for a number of years before returning home to further her IDTA qualifications.
Lucie is a Licentiate Member of the IDTA.Carly WildesTeacher
Carly trained at the Constance Grant Dance Centre and then at KC Professional Dance and Musical Theatre College.
After graduating, Carly went on to perform professionally and is now a full time freelance dance teacher.Jessica StanleyTeacher
Jessica trained at the Amanda Holland School of Dance and then at Phil Winston's Theatreworks in Blackpool.
She then went on to perform professionally before returning to Sheffield to teach and further her IDTA qualifications.
Jessica is an Associate Member of the IDTA.
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Tracey Southern & Karen Siddall