We are so incredibly proud of all our PAAW Alumni and feel so honoured to watch these children grow up into such amazing young adults. Whilst some opt to go to University and follow other passions, many choose a career in performing arts and audition for pre-professional colleges. We are very proud that to date every student who has wished to pursue a career in performing arts has secured a place at one of the top colleges, often receiving multiple offers.
Very proud of Evie James who will be continuing her training at Bird College Conservatoire for Dance and Musical Theatre. Evie has been in PAAW since the first day we opened, she has been on our competition team since the beginning, has won multiple competitions and scholarships over the years as well as working on her ISTD dance exams and this summer was crowned a World Champion. Evie had offers for many top colleges and I’m thrilled that she will be training at her top choice. We are so proud of you can can’t wait to see what your future holds.
We are so proud of Liv Tucker, another PAAW student who will be continuing her training at the famous London Studio Centre. Liv successfully auditioned for many performing arts colleges and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for her!
Nicole Bonvini is following in the footsteps of former PAAW student Lucy Sharpe and continuing her training at the famous London Studio Centre after being accepted at numerous performing arts colleges both in the UK and the USA. We are very proud of her and can’t wait to see what the future holds!
Also, well done to Amy Osbourne who has been having privates with Vicky since September and has successfully auditioned for her first choice dance college – Millennium Performing Arts. So proud of you and your hard work!
Well done to Lucy Sharpe who successfully auditioned for many performing arts colleges for September and will be continuing her training at London Studio Centre. Lucy has been an inspiration to all students at PAAW and I’m so proud to see her pursuing a career in performing arts.
Also, well done to Cassiel Egerström who, at only 11 years old, successfully auditioned for Italia Conti. We will miss both girls very much but we’re very proud of them both and can’t wait to see them performing professionally soon!