Aimee Good (She/Her) - Training: Urdang Academy London Theatre Credits: Cover Eponine and Ensemble, Les Miserables (UK and International tour); Christine, The Phantom of The Opera (Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds); Julia, The Wedding Singer (Bernie Grant Arts Centre); Ensemble, Musical Theatre Revue (London Palladium); Amy, Company (Urdang); Gretyl, London: Nursery Crimes (London Workshop); Ensemble, Zombies (London Workshop); Oona / Ensemble, Chaplin: The Musical (London Workshop); Sally Bowles, Cabaret (CAPA); Dorothy,
TV credits: Extra, Waterloo Road.
Other: Zombies Original Cast Recording.
Devan graduated heading into the Ensemble of Anything Goes, Edinburgh Fringe Festival (KD Productions). She then went onto performing in the U.S for Spirit Productions Worldwide as a Dancer in Putting on the Ritz, New Jersey Nights and Spirit of the Dance and for many years performed with Spirit touring China recently and making history being the first female group on International Women's day in 2018 in Saudi Arabia.
Devan has performed on many cruise contracts as Singer/Dancer. Royal Caribbean, P&O Australia & Carnival Cruise Lines.
She is very grateful that her job has allowed her to travel around the world. She is currently based in Scarborough and managing Lead Agent for Avery-Clark Talent Agency.
Elaine trained at Rose Bruford College where she gained a BA (Hons) in Actor Musicianship.
Elaine has enjoyed a varied career on both stage and screen. She was a regular cast member of Emmerdale - Laura Prior (ITV), Holby Blue - PC Lucy Slater, Series 1 & 2 (BBC One), Footballers’ Wives - Katie Jones, Series 4 (ITV) and Hollyoaks - Abi Raven (C4). Other television programmes include: Silent Witness (BBC One), The Royal (ITV), Heartbeat (ITV), Casualty (BBC One), The Bill (ITV), Holby City (BBC One), Doctors (BBC One) and Footballers’ Wives - Extra Time (ITV). Elaine has also been a guest on the panel of ITV’s ‘Loose Women’.
Elaine is an original West End cast member of The Full Monty (Noel Coward Theatre) and Bad Girls - The Musical (Leeds Playhouse). Other theatre credits include: Sex, Chips & Rock & Roll (Royal Exchange, Manchester), The Lemon Princess (Leeds Playhouse), The Flint Street Nativity (Hull Truck Theatre), Come Fly With Me (Salisbury Playhouse), Dick Whittington (Theatre Clywd), 20th Century Boy (Battersea Arts Centre), Cinderella (Salisbury Playhouse), Little Robin Redbreast (Salisbury Playhouse) and The Retirement of Tom Stevens (Nottingham Lakeside Arts). Elaine has performed as a lead soloist at the O2 Arena, London, for the charity concert ‘The Long and Winding Road, Voices for a New World’, and The Royal Albert Hall in ‘Christmas with the Stars’.
Elaine is also an experienced Voice-Over Artist and has recorded television and radio advertisements for companies such as Garnier, MTV, Very, and BT.
Helen trained in Musical Theatre at Laine Theatre Arts.
On leaving LTA she fulfilled her ambition of performing in the West End, joining the cast of Starlight Express covering the lead roles of Pearl and Belle. She has also worked professionally as a dancer in pantomimes, and as a dancer and lead singer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and at the Casino de Monte Carlo.
Helen has taught performing arts for more than 30 years in both England and Italy, training pupils across several genres. Her focus is Musical Theatre, and she specialises in the vocal training of pre-vocational dancers. She is also a senior examiner and level 3 and 4 teaching qualifications tutor for The Dang Theatre and Dance Syllabus.
In 2018 Helen gained her Level 6 Diploma in Dance Teaching with distinction from bbo dance and will complete an MA in Voice Pedagogy from the University of Wales Trinity Sant David (in collaboration The Voice Study Centre) in October 2023. She also holds professional memberships with The Dang Theatre and Dance Syllabus, the IDTA and bbo dance.
John is a graduate of Leeds College of Music.
He has conducted National and International productions of Annie, Copa Cabana, The Best of Broadway, Phantom of the Opera, Kat and the Kings and Chicago and has also been Musical Director on Underneath the Arches, Curse of the Werewolf, They’re Playing Our Song and the West End Production of Rat Pack Confidential.
In regional theatres he has been Musical Director of musicals including West Side Story, Singing in the Rain, Legally Blonde and Thoroughly Modern Millie. He has been music director for 32 of the Nottingham Playhouse’s Pantomimes and he was the featured pianist on BBC Tv’s The Magic of Musicals, playing alongside Mica Paris, Jill Halfpenny, Aled Jones & John Barrowman.
He has accompanied West End & Tv stars such as Marti Pelo, Marti Webb, Shona Lyndsey & Kerry Ellis. His songs and arrangements are heard around the world, including the current Pearl & Dean cinema tune.
He has taught at the Midlands Academy of Dance & Drama for 14 years.
Louisa Scott trained for 3 years at East 15 Acting School in London.
She made her professional debut for the BBC in Agatha Christie’s “At Bertrams Hotel” with June Whitfield. Further productions for the BBC followed including “The Charge of the Boys Brigade” with George Cole and Joan Littlewood. Other acting credits include: “The Swan Princess” & “Come Back to the Five and Dime Jimmy Dean” (Corbett Theatre), “No Need To Ask” (Film), “Measure for Measure” & “The Winters Tale” (York), “A Mad World My Masters” & “As You Like It” (Folger Theatre, USA).
Since 2018, Louisa has taught Acting on the Musical Theatre course at SLP College in Leeds teaching performance in Musical Theatre, Vocal Training and Audition Technique. In addition to that, she also teaches students on a private 1:1 basis preparing students for Drama school entry as well as a career in the Performing Arts industry. She teaches in the Junior Academy at SLP and in 2021 qualified as an Examiner for Speech & Drama Exams for NEA. She also works as a Drama Specialist in a Prep school in West Yorkshire.
Madeleine is still a working professional in the industry appearing in WestEnd shows such as Hairspray, Touring shows with Olivier Award Winning Choreographers and Disney Movies.
She loves teaching especially up North as that’s where she is originally from! She can’t wait to share her passion and knowledge with all the students. Bring on the new year!
Matthew trained at Laine Theatre Arts in Dance & Musical Theatre.
Since graduating, Matthew was cast as Swing and Cover ‘Mr. Mistofelees’ & Cover ‘Mungojerry’ in Cats the Musical, International Tour.
He has worked professionally in many QDOS Pantomimes across the country including Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Aladdin & Jack and the Beanstalk.
Matthew has worked on many film and TV sets, including Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’ where he was chosen to be the test subject for one of the characters to create a role, before being then cast in the series.
Matthew's passion is choreography. He was chosen by the Chief Moderator in the UK in create the syllabus for Dance that every modifier and school will be sent it to compare and mark their own students.
His choreography has also been showcased at events such as ‘MOVE IT’ and the Dance World Cup, where his choreography won medals for Team England.
Originally from the North-East of England, Sarah-Faith Brown trained professionally at Performers College and graduated with a Trinity Professional Performing Arts Diploma in Dance & Musical Theatre.
After graduating, Sarah embarked on a journey to Australia to join P&O Cruises as a Singer/Dancer.
Upon returning to the UK, she began working on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing as Assistant to renowned choreographer Alan Burkitt for four seasons on the show. Following this, Sarah went on to tour with professionals from the show Anton Du Beke and Giovanni Pernice performing in their UK & West End personal touring shows, continuously since 2021 to present day. Most recently performing at The London Palladium & Drury Lane Theatre.
Alongside performing, Sarah has focused much of her passion and experience over the years into teaching, choreographing, inspiring and supporting young performers in Higher Education at various Performing Arts institutions in and around London including colleges such as Italia Conti, Arts Educational, Performers College, Masters, Evolution Foundation College and more. She believes in high quality training and is driven to help develop todays generation of students into maintaining sustainable careers within the arts industry.
She promotes fair access and inclusion for all, and will ensure everyone has equal opportunity to allow their talents to develop during their time training with SLP and beyond into their professional careers.
Stuart trained at Performers College with a full scholarship under the watchful eye of the late Brian Rogers and Examiner Sue Stephens. It was here under Brian’s direction that Stuart fell in love with commercial choreography and, after gaining his teachers exams, he went straight into TV shows such as Royal Variety Performances, Stars in their Eyes, Brian Connelly Laughter Show, Paul Daniels Magic Show, TOTP, CDUK, SMTV Live, as well as a host of European networks.
Stuart was one of the most sought-after commercial dancers throughout the nineties and noughties, working with an array of impressive global artists including Diana Ross, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Kylie Minogue, Take That, Boyzone, Dannii Minogue, Steps and the legendary Sir Cliff Richard.
Stuart travelled the world performing, whilst learning his craft from a team of incredible creatives such as Paul Roberts (Spice Girls), Kim Gavin (London 2012), Paul Domaine (Steps), Michelle Thorne (Stars) and Jamie King (Madonna) who all had a huge influence on Stuart’s career. In turn, Stuart worked from assistant choreographer to choreographer in his own right, utilising all knowledge learnt previously and applying his own style to stage, TV and then the catwalk - working with a host of salons and brands such as Nike, Top Man/Shop, Wella, House of Fraser, New Look, River Island; a career highlights being asked to stage the spring/summer collection for Lacoste at the Louvre in Paris and working as associate choreographer on the Queens Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace.
As a Creative Director, Stuart has worked for LandRover/Jaguar in Beijing and Shanghai, and also the 100 year anniversary for Grattan employing over 100 dancer/models. Most recently, Stuart has been extremely successful in delivering to the industry the next generation of commercial dancers.
A lot of the dancers you see performing today have been trained by Stuart where his innovative choreography pushes the students to their maximum and fully prepares them for their chosen career. Stuart is a very proud recipient of a Carl Alan award, receiving this top accolade in 2015 for his teaching.
Showing a huge passion for creativity, movement & any kind of music she could find at a young age Tori fell into the world of dance.
Tori then went on to train professionally at Phil Winston's Theatreworks & SLP College Leeds, graduating with her Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre.
Tori has performed & choreographed around the UK & Internationally in a range of styles & platforms including TV, Music Videos, Theatre Tours, Fashion shows, Stage & Commercial events
During her professional work Toris credits have included working with Brands, Companies & Artists such as Adidas, PLT, The BBC, Gymshark, X Factors Jay James, Russel Watson, SKY, Huawei & Vodaphone.
Whilst working within the Industry Tori spent time living in Los Angeles training at leading Dance Studios such as The Playground, Millennium & Debbie Reynolds & working with upcoming & resident choreographers.
Tori adores bringing out individual artistry & creativity in each performer, encouraging them to find themselves & their individual expression as they grow.
Musicality, stylistic intention, commitment to confidence & mindfulness are elements she works heavily to develop within the next generation of performers.
Tori brings her current knowledge & experiences from the industry to help performers build on their versatility, artistry & most importantly self belief.
As Tori says:
Human First, Performer Second.
Kenneth is an accomplished West End actor, writer, director and producer, as well as the Owner and Principal of SLP College
He has most recently appeared in But I'm A Cheerleader at the Turbine Theatre, London. Prior to this Kenneth played the role of the Preacher in the European Premiere of Violet at the Charing Cross Theatre, London.
West End acting credits include The Producers, Ragtime, Sweet Charity, The Drowsy Chaperone and 125th Street.
Kenneth directed the West End Broadway Revival version of Godspell, which also toured the UK.
He has shared the stage with Nathan Lane, Lee Evans, Liza Minnelli, Elton John, Olivia Newton-John, Elaine Paige and others. He has performed for British Royalty on two occasions and for the prestigious Chichester Festival in the critically acclaimed production of The Music Man in 2014. He has multiple North American credits both as a performer and a director. He is dedicated to helping young performers reach their full potential and realise their dreams.
Kenneth is also the Co-Founder and Principal of the International College of Musical Theatre (ICMT).
Gary is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the daily operational activities of SLP College. This includes ensuring smooth facility management, coordinating with faculty and staff, and addressing any logistical issues that may arise.
Gary also plays a key role in coordinating cross-functional initiatives, streamlining communication, and managing key projects. By closely monitoring the performance of all operational aspects, Gary ensures that the college runs smoothly and meets its objectives.
Gary is also the Operations Manager for the International College of Musical Theatre (ICMT).
As a trained dancer and qualified teacher Lucie brings a wealth of experience to role of Vice Principal.
Lucie is the college Safeguarding Lead and heads the Pastoral Care Team, she takes an active interest in all aspects of the student's journey.
Damien trained as an actor at Middlesex University, gaining a BA (Hons) in Performing Arts, before working as a freelance actor, director, and workshop leader.
He has worked at The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, The Leicester Haymarket Theatre, and on tour. He has 25 years of experience as a specialist performing arts teacher. Damien has an MA in education and writes and presents on the importance of play in education.
He was a founder member of Paper Zoo Theatre Company, still performs and directs when he can, and is currently Joint Artistic Director of Ilkley Playhouse.
Glyn trained in Musical Theatre at ArtsEd, London.
Glyn has over 30 years' experience playing leading roles in the some of the worlds most loved musicals.
West End credits include: The Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's Theatre), Enjolras in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre), Chris in Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Arnaud du Tilh in Martin Guerre (Prince Edward Theatre), Joe Josephson in Merrily We Roll Along (Harold Pinter Theatre), Bob Cratchit in Scrooge (London Palladium) and Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevade (Adelphi Theatre).
Other credits include: Papa in Roadshow (Menier Chocolate Factory), Wolf/Prince in Into the Woods (Manchester Library Theatre), John Wilkes Booth in Assassins (Union Theatre), Ché in Evita (1st U.K National Tour), Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music (Aberystwyth Arts Theatre), Long John Silver in Treasure Island (Derby Playhouse), Niel Armstrong in Moon Landing (Derby Playhouse), Side by Side by Sondheim (Olympia Theatre, Dublin), The World Goes 'Round (Leeds Playhouse), The Metropolitan Mikado (The Royal Festival Hall), plus many more...
Glyn has performed extensively as a lead soloist for many of the world's leading orchestras including The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The John Wilson Orchestra, The BBC Concert Orchestra, The Hong Kong Symphony Orchestra, The Hallé Orchestra, The RTE Concert Orchestra, The London Pops Orchestra and The Danish Symphony Orchestra as well as being a regular on BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night.
Alongside his performing career Glyn has been a private vocal coach for many West End and television performers including Zizzi Strallen (Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Dirty Dancing), Gina Beck (Wicked, Matilda, Showboat), Stephen Mulhern (Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway), Denise Van Outen (Chicago, Tell Me on a Sunday), Nic Greenshields (Les Mis, Guys & Dolls, Billy Elliot), Kerry Ellis (Wicked, Les Mis, Oliver!), Louise Dearman (Wicked, Guys & Dolls, Grease) and Shona Lindsay (Phantom of The Opera, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Grease). Glyn also has a wealth of teaching experience in colleges up and down the country including Arts Ed, The Royal Academy of Music and London College of Music.
Glyn is an accomplished pianist, Musical Director and Composer. He has written three original musical adaptations with writing partner, Gareth Machin, all for Salisbury Playhouse - The Night Before Christmas (starring Sophie Evans & Rebecca Trehearn), Little Robin Redbreast, and Beatix Potter’s The Tailor of Gloucester.