Attended Busybodies from three years of age, graduating at 16 then attending full time college at Master Performing Arts. Lara has worked in
Paris, Tokyo and Greece and
from September is returning to Busybodies as a teacher. Lara's wonderful experiences working throughout the world will be shared with our students.
Started at Busybodies at three years of age.
Outstanding examination results and Festival Awards. At just 16 Emily is now a full time student at Laine Theatre Arts. A future in the West End theatres and commercial dance shows await.
Jess joined Busybodies aged three. She is now attending the highly acclaimed Rose Bruford College of Theatre and
Performance, London's International Drama School. One of the UK's top specialist higher education institutions delivering education in a single subject: theatre training.
Jessica has also been in two award winning productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has recently spent six months with a Theatre and Film Company in Estonia.
Natalie attended Busybodies from 21 months appearing in her first Theatre Royal show at two years of age.
Natalie gained excellent
results in all her examinations in Tap, Modern, Jazz, Ballet and Drama, G.5 Music Theory, Piano and Violin. Passing G.8 Lamda exams in Acting, Reading,
Musical Theatre and Public Speaking. Natalie also holds her teachers degree in Lamda passing at 16 with an outstanding 96% mark.
Teaching with Lamda results 100% pass rate with 97% attaining Distinction.
DDI Modern/Jazz and DDE Tap. Amie took part in dance festivals, charity events and school shows, achieving excellent results in modern, tap, ballet. At 16yrs Amie continued her training at Masters Performing Arts College. Whilst at college Amie performed in a music video, Eastenders Children in Need Special 2011 and at Wimbledon for the opening of the Olympic tennis. Gaining her ISTD teaching qualification in modern and tap. Amie took part in the recreation of Roy Castle’s world tap record and Tap Attack Company in 2014 attended the World Championships in Germany, where she gained a gold medal.
Other Busybodies Stage School Graduates
Elizabeth Kirk: Laine Theatre Arts.
Britannie Wilson: Urdang Academy.
Alex Green: Arts Educational School.
Jade Rix: Rambert Head Girl
James Rix: Urdang Academy
Kylie James: Urdang Academy.
Sally Taylor: Elmhurst Ballet School.
Alice Hall: The Royal Ballet School.
Alexandra Newman: White Lodge Royal Ballet School.
Georgina Fisher: Northern Ballet School.
Keely Rayner: Italia Conti London
Amy Green: Performers College.
Rebecca Crossley: Performers College.
Ria Whiteman: Performers College.
Johnathan Price: Guildford School of Acting.
Kate Freebrey: Performers College.
Amber McQuillan: Musical Theatre Degree
Kate Herring: Community Theatre Degree
Many graduates go on to university to study academic subjects.
Ellie joined Busybodies at 3years and attended Ballet, Tap, Modern, Singing, Drama, Musical Theatre and Show classes throughout her 13years at the school. Gaining outstanding examination results, Ellie has played lead roles in the London Children's Ballet, an associate at Central School of Ballet London and on the dance squad at Laine Theatre Arts. With awards from IDTA attending the International competition in Manchester Ellie has also been a key member of the Busybodies Performance Team and Dance Captain. Gaining Advance RAD Ballet at 15yrs and Advanced Tap, Modern pupil at just 16yrs along with Grade 8 Lamda exams Ellie has proved herself to be exceptional. Performing at the Theatre Royal as a dancer for Daniel O'Donnell in 2016. After graduation from Busybodies Ellie is now at Laine Theatre Arts full time 3year course on a full scholarship.
A West End star of the future, all the Busybodies pupils are proud to have Ellie as their Headgirl.