Beccy started her dance training with her mother at this school and went on to train at the Royal Academy of Dance and The Centre Performing Arts College. She now has over twenty years’ experience as a teacher and choreographer at various schools in and around London.
Many of Beccy’s former pupils are now professional dancers either on tour, in the West End or abroad in shows such as Cats, War Horse, Grease, Jersey Boys, Les Miserable. Others have toured with dance companies such as the Richard Alston Company.
Beccy’s true passion is not only to train dancers, but to also create a love of music and dance in all her pupils. She wants to introduce youngsters to the pleasures of dance and encourage the many skills it can bring; creativity, self-expression, teamwork and commitment.
‘My aim is to create an environment where teenagers and young people have the confidence and motivation to really explore the art form allowing them to build on their emotional and physical strength. I really want to encourage them to find the inspiration to take ownership of their progress and enhance their training on an individual level. These are really important life skills regardless of the professional path they take beyond their school years.'
Beccy is enjoying her new role as Principal; 'I have learnt so much from my Mum over the years. Initially as a young dancer myself but soon I began to learn the skills necessary to be a good teacher. She has taught me how to value each child as an individual and to nurture their natural ability and enthusiasm. She has also shown me how a personable approach is effective in running a school; listening to everyone’s needs, be it students or parents. I hope to embody her expertise and continue the wonderful ethos that she has developed at the school.'
Sheila moved here from Kent after running her own school in Tonbridge for over twenty years. Many of Sheila's ex pupils are now in ballet companies and musical theatre productions and more recent past pupils have gone onto full time Ballet or Dance & Drama schools throughout the U.K.
Sheila teaches Classical Ballet in the Cotswolds using the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus. Sheila is a registered R.A.D teacher and pupils are entered for R.A.D Ballet examinations.
Sheila lives with her husband John and their two beloved Cockerpoos, Darcy and Finty.
Charlie started her dance training with her mother, Sheila Price, where she studied Ballet, Tap, Modern, Greek, National and Musical Theatre. Whilst Charlie always enjoyed performing in various productions and competing in many competitions nation wide as a child, she has grown to love the teaching aspect of the industry. To this end, Charlie started Cotswold Baby Ballet 2017. Charlie also teaches ballet at Sheila Price Dance.
Rachael started her dance training here with her mother, Sheila Price and went on to train at Arts Educational Schools.
She is now Director of Performing Arts at Kitebrook House School and teaches Musical Theatre, modern, tap, contemporary and various adult classes here at Sheila Price Dance.
Her theatre credits include: Barnum, Chichester Theatre Festival, The Tempest, Theatre Royal Bath, Betty Blue Eyes, Novello Theatre, Sweet Charity, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Hello Dolly, Regents Park Open Air Theatre, Victoria Wood Christmas Special, Imagine This, New London Theatre, Gigi, Regents Park Open Air Theatre, Aspects of Love, UK Tour, Side By Side By Sondheim, Novello Theatre. Film credits include: Les Miserables.
Emma trained at the Dance School of Scotland in Glasgow before joining the English National Ballet School. Whilst still at school she danced at Wembley Stadium as part of the ‘Concert For Diana’. Upon graduating Emma joined the English National Ballet touring worldwide, dancing the title roles in both Angelina Ballerina’s Star Performance and Angelina Ballerina’s Big Audition. Emma has also performed in Swan Lake at The Palace of Versailles, The Royal Albert Hall and London Coliseum. Emma made her musical theatre debut in the Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Concert at the Royal Albert Hall. During the Olympics she worked on a collaboration between English National Ballet and Seven Sisters Group called ‘Like A Fish Out Of Water’. Other credits include Dancing in Roksanda Ilinicic’s fashion show at the V&A and a featured dancer in Pilgrim Angry’s music video ‘Time For Us’. DVD credits include ‘Concert For Diana’ and ‘Phantom Of The Opera 25th Anniversary Concert’.
Stephanie began taking dance classes at North Aberdeenshire Dance Academy in Scotland, where she developed a love and passion for the arts. At age 19, Stephanie moved to Cheltenham to complete a 4 year Diploma course in Performing Arts. During this time she also completed her ISTD DDE qualifications in Ballet, Tap and Modern.
Stephanie performed as part of the ensemble and understudy Spirit of The Ring in the Cheltenham Everyman’s production of “Aladdin” in 2018 and upon graduation in 2019 moved to London to pursue a career in performing. However, due to the pandemic this was put on hold, and through the pandemic discovered her love of teaching. She completed her Progressing Ballet Technique qualification as well taking on maternity cover of running a dance school in Gloucester during the pandemic. She also recently worked on the new “Indiana Jones” film, set for release in 2023.
Now Stephanie loves to share her passion for dance and hopes to inspire the next generation in all genre’s.