Melissa Timms Began dancing at the age of five under the tuition of her mother, Lorna Timms. She passed examinations for ballet with the Royal Academy of Dancing, won many competitions and festivals throughout the local area and danced at local fetes and fashion shows.
Sue Curry started dancing at the age of nine and never wanted to do anything else. Her teenage years were spent at what is now the Northen School of Ballet, when she appeared in many productions in Manchester.
Victoria French Vicki loved to perform and during her teenage years appeared with the Asparagus Youth Theatre, dancing in Oliver, King and I, Guys and Dolls & Oklahoma at the Camberley Theatre. After leaving school she successfully auditioned for Redroofs Theatre School in Maidenhead and completed a two year full time Performing Arts Course studying all aspects of dance and theatre.
Emma Wilson studied dance from the age of nine with the Lorna Timms Theatre Arts, attaining examinations and medals for IDTA Tap & Theatre and Royal Academy of Dance Ballet. Over the years Miss Emma has taken part in all aspects of the school - Caberets, Shows, Fete’s, Exams, Dance Galas and also performed with the European Ballet Company.
Claire Hubbard Claire Hubbard studied Ballet & Tap with Miss Timms and has performed in many shows at The Camberley Theatre and also at a Town-Twinning festival in Germany. Miss Claire’s first love is Ballet and always remembers her first solo part on pointe as ‘The Blue Bird’.
Started dancing at an early age and remembers her first walk-on part with an amateur dramatic society at the age of five. She studied with the Joy Tidman School of Dance, Farnborough until leaving school, when she decided to take up dance professionally and went to study in London under Phyllis Bedells, Tom Parry & Janet Cram.