Our Teachers

RAD Ballet, ISTD 
Modern & Tap, Adult Ballet

Lucy started ballet with Miss Goodchild at the age of 3.  She gained a Musical Theatre Diploma from Performers College in Essex; while there she performed in Beijing as part of China’s Olympic bid.  After graduating, she appeared in cabaret, including performances with Lionel Ritchie and Dame Shirley Bassey.  Having completed a dance tour of the Caribbean, she returned to perform in the UK. She is thrilled to be involved with Dorchester Ballet & Dance again and enjoys teaching children and adults of all abilities.
Contemporary, Dance Fusion, Street Dance, Performance class
Louise trained at Eleanor Rowan Dance School in Northern Ireland and with Miss Goodchild; in Ballet, Modern, Tap and Historical dance. She has a strong foundation in all dance styles specialising in Contemporary dance. She obtained BA (Hons) in Arts Practice and Cultural Policy, HND in Contemporary Dance at Coventry University and a BTEC in Performing Arts at Weymouth College. She co-founded ‘Breaking Grounds Dance Theatre’ and ‘Missing Time Dance Theatre’ Louise was the Disability Arts Co-ordinator for Dorset from 2000-2004 and the Arts and Health Co-ordinator from 2003-2004.  She believes dance is great to build confidence and is an opportunity for freedom of expression to develop the whole person, mind, body and soul.
Adult Tap 
Kevin started dancing with Dorchester Ballet & Dance when he was nine years old and attended classes in many dance disciplines. He teaches Adult Tap across a wide range of ability from complete beginners to those who have been tapping for many years and is very experienced in choreography and staging shows.  In addition, he has many years of experience as a Ballroom teacher.
REANNA WHITE PDD ISTD DDE AAC1 BalletBeFit FABS                                                         Little Stars, ISTD Tap & Modern, Performance Tap, Junior Performance Team , Acrobatic Arts, Body Conditioning, Commercial Jazz, BalletBeFit, Adult Jazz
Reanna started dancing at the age of three at the Morini Davies School of Dance in Dorchester.  After a one year pre-vocational course at Performers College in Essex she gained a Professional Dance Diploma from Millennium Performing Arts in London.  She is thrilled to be a part of Dorchester Ballet & Dance and wants to inspire students by sharing her experiences of professional training and performing.