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Dear IDTA member,

Firstly, I would like to thank all of my fellow ITDA members for contacting me since the last email. It was great answering all the questions you had about Premier Performing Arts (PPA) and how it can benefit your existing business.

If you missed the last email you can view it by following this link.

I would now like to introduce 3 passionate dance teachers that have now embarked on their Premier Performing Arts journey following their initial induction course at the PPA training academy.

Firstly we have Kirstin, a young mum of two from Norfolk; she is combining her passion for the Arts, with her dedication to providing high quality dance coaching, across schools and their surrounding community in East Norfolk. Kirstin's academic background includes a BTEC in Performing Arts and BA HONS in Drama and Theatre Arts. During Kirstin’s studies is where she developed a keen interest in contemporary dance, choreography, performance and workshop leading.

Read Kirstin’s full story here.

Secondly we have Emma Robson. Emma, from Chesterfield has trained as a dancer since the age of 7 & her passion and dedication to performing arts has seen her perform on a number of high profile shows in the UK and abroad.

Emma is now living her dream as she embarks on her new role as director of Premier Performing Arts in Chesterfield. This new venture means she is combining her lifelong passion for dance with running of her new business.

Read Emma’s full story here.

Last but by no means least we have dance crew member, Thomas Kilminster. Whether its popping, locking, breaking or krumping, Thomas has had all the moves since a young boy and now at the age of 23 he’ll be passing his dance moves onto children across Kent as he launches his very own Premier Performing Arts business.

Thomas’ passion for dance began when he was at school when his older brother started a Street Dance group in Essex, as the group got bigger he became more interested in different alternative dance styles, especially those that presented him with a fresh challenge. The dance group would later perform and compete locally and nationally in a number of dance competitions.

Read Thomas’ full story here.

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I look forward to speaking with you.

Kind regards,

Francesca Worthington

Premier Performing Arts | Shropham | NR17 1EJ | 01953 499040 | [email protected]

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