The Horseshoe, Bolters Lane
Lynda Blyth-Phillips / Sarah Hastings-Holland
The Phillomena School of Dance was established in 1993 and has become a well-known and highly respected dance school in the Surrey area. The school maintains excellent examination results and is dedicated to bringing the best out in every student.
We offer a highly varied timetable for children of all ages. The Pink Ladies Cheerleaders have been quoted as one of Surreys premier cheerleading squads.
All the teachers at the Phillomena Dance School strive to maintain a high standard of dance tuition and we pride ourselves on our professionalism and our ability to create a fun and friendly environment for all to learn in.
We provide opportunities for all students to experience the excitement of performance and we encourage them to participate in our own productions. Our next production is scheduled for July 2016, although some local organisations often seek our services to perform at fetes, fairs and in pantomimes throughout the year.
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started her professional dance career at the age of 17 with the Black & White Minstrel Stars touring all over England, Scotland and Ireland. She has also travelled with various dance troupes all over the Greek mainland and islands. Elaine has been teaching at the Phillomena for over 19 years & also teaches at the Malden Centre in New Malden, BTEC dance at the Priory School in Dorking & classes for Mrs Loraine Hastings, an I.D.T.A. examiner, at her school in Walton-on-Thames.
AKA Miss "Mad" Sarah! has been teaching at the Phillomena since 1998. She has toured with the Tupelo dance troupe and has choreographed numerous shows at the Harlequin Theatre, Redhill, for touring dance companies. Sarah opened her own Dance School in September 2005, The Amareece School of Dance situated in Caterham.Sarah is also a qualified Clinical Personal Fitness Trainer and qualified Sports Masseur and Injuries Therapist. Sarah introduced the BTEC Performing Arts (Dance) syllabi to both Warwick School in Reigate and Priory School in Dorking and continues to teach and moderate in both schools where the courses have been a huge success.