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We are delighted to announce that Nehemiah Kish is joining us as a special guest teacher for the Easter Intensive in our studios from the 3rd to the 6th of April, 2023.

Book your spot now. Registrations are open on our website (link in bio).

Born in the USA, Nehemiah Kish is a highly accomplished ballet dancer, director, and producer. Nehemiah began his dance training in Michigan before moving to Toronto to study ballet at Canada’s National Ballet School. He quickly rose through the ranks, becoming a Principal Dancer at the National Ballet of Canada and later joining the Royal Danish Ballet and the Royal Ballet in London. Throughout his career, Nehemiah performed as an international guest artist with some of the world’s most prestigious ballet companies, including the Suzanne Farrell Ballet, The Bavarian State Ballet, The Hamburg Ballet, and The Stuttgart Ballet. He has also been featured in notable performances such as Carlos Acosta: A Classical Selection, The Royal Variety Performance, and the closing ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

In 2019, Nehemiah retired from the Royal Ballet and decided to pursue a master’s degree in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy from Goldsmith’s University of London. He has since produced and directed several major dance events to critical acclaim, including “Becoming a Dancer” at the Detroit Institute of Arts, and “Nureyev Legend and Legacy,” a celebration of Rudolf Nureyev in association with The Rudolf Nureyev Foundation at London’s historic Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

February Half Term is just around the corner! Join Olga Semenova for her Ballet Masterclasses on the 13, 14 & 15 of February for students aged 14+.

Price per class: £30

To enrol, please send an email to

The past weekend we had 6 fabulous students at the YAGP Competition in Barcelona; Shio, Milan, Hanna, Susannah Rose, Emma and Jiah. Bravo to all of you for your wonderful performances!

On the 3rd of December, we had our Class Concert and Winter Gala at The Place Theatre. Thank you so much to everyone involved, especially our students and teachers, who worked so hard on the show! We are incredibly proud of you all