Chirst Church Hall, Townhead Road, Dore Village
Dore School of Performance Arts has been established since 1961, when Bobbie Drakeford opened the school at the age of 16. Now run by Principal Kate Riley and Senior Teacher Samantha Cook, the school offers high quality teaching for students and adults alike. We encourage self confident, personality and discipline with an emphasis on ‘Fun’. The school holds two IDTA examination sessions a year, where coaching is offered for grade and professional qualifications and produces a show once a year.
Our aim is to provide pupils with an all round theatrical training, either just for fun or with an interest to go into the profession.
Past pupils have gone onto further dance education, have become reps in the entertainment section of big holiday companies or gone on to perform professionally.
We are a CDET recognised school.
Dore School of Performance Arts is open to all, and we are happy to accept children who require special consideration or reasonable adjustment.
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Kate is a Fellow of the IDTA. Being qualified in all Theatre subjects and Freestyle. She also holds a Gymnastic Diploma, Dance Exercise Diploma and has the Anatomy and Physiology Diploma.
Having been a qualified teacher at the school for the past 22 years she has worked her way through all her exams and has passed through the ranks to become Principal and is now responsible for the day to day running of the school, coaching children and students in preparation for exams and show work.
Samantha started her training after leaving school, and is now fully qualified as an Associate in all Theatre genre, she also has her Dance Exercise diploma and her Anatomy and Physiology Diploma.
She is now currently training for her Licenciates. A hard working and dedicated member of staff.
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