Isabella has been a part of Dylans for over 6 years, attending classes in Ballet and Performing Arts.
She is currently a second year student at the prestigious Arts Educational school London, on their BA (Hons) Musical Theatre course. Her previous training was at CAPA College where she gained 2 A-Levels and a diploma in Dance, Acting and Musical Theatre.
Ella has trained at Dylans Academy of Dance for over 3 years, completing classes and workshops in jazz, street, tap and Performing Arts. Ella has performed in two showcases at her Majesty’s theatre on London’s west end, and playing a lead role in ‘I love you mum, I promise I won’t die’ at the Edinburgh fringe festival this summer.
In 2021 Ella successfully auditioned for both ArtsEd and Mountview college studying Musical Theatre.
Charlotte has been training with Mags for 14 years and enjoys all aspects of dance, singing and drama. This has led to Charlottes appearance in several professional roles.
These include: The Mouse in Northern Ballet’s production of the Nutcracker, The Fairy In Opera North’s UK tour ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’, ‘Charlotte Snow’ in Opera North’s ‘Carousel’, UK and European tour, Cold Feet, Ackley bridge and Jemma in ‘Ratburger’ starring alongside David Williams and Sheridan Smith.
Charlotte is completing her 3 year Musical Theatre Course at the prestigious Renaissance Arts College.
She has recently been cast in Mimma the Musical in the West End.
Dylan has been performing since the age of 3 and has been a student of Dylans since then. He attends classes in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Street and Performing Arts.
His Professional credits include: “Below” a short film, “Dads Army” and “The Hunters Prayer” playing William Addison and starring alongside Sam Worthington.
Dylan made his West End debut in 2017, performing in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webbers West End show “School of Rock” playing the part of Matthew. In 2019 he was a supporting actor in Channel 4's "Ackley Bridge".
He successfully auditioned for a scholarship at a prestigious college and is now looking forward to completing his Musical Theatre BTEC.
Dylan has recently passed his IDTA teachers exam, Anatomy & Physiology Diploma and Acrotrix.
Mia Dearnley has been trained by Mags for 8 years and attended classes in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Street and Performing Arts. Mia’s professional accolades include “Annie””George’s Marvellous Medicine” and “Carousel” at the Leeds Grand and Manchester Lowry Theatre.
Mia attended Leeds City College where she performed at “Move It” in London.
She is currently training in Musical Theatre at Arden.
Megan first attended Dylan’s Academy of Dance at the age of six studying Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary and Performing Arts.
Megan has had many diverse leading roles in amateur theatrical productions such as ‘Deloris’ in Sister Act, ‘Paulette’ in Legally Blonde, ‘Danielle’ in Bring it on and ‘Serena Katz’ in Fame.
Megan has been cast in numerous professional television dramas.
She has recently been involved in two online plays: "Collective Dating" and "7 Interviews" as well as two short films for film festivals: "Tongue-Tied" and "Once Won't hurt"
Lizzie has been dancing for 18 years.
When she was 14 she started her training at Dylan's Academy of Dance, here her technique improved immensely which helped her to get some professional dance jobs.
Lizzie danced for a season with the Leeds Rhinos Cheerleading team, and now work for ZF dancers, which hire out professional dancers for events. Her passion for cheer began at university where she was made vice-captain, which is now her favourite thing to teach!
Alongside her dancing, Lizzie is now a qualified primary school teacher, and she loves bringing all things dance into her lessons!
She will be joining the amazing Rockettes cheer Team for the Rugby League in 2019.
Jess has been part of the Dylans family since 2016 attending Jazz and Performing Arts classes.
She has just completed a year of Musical Theatre training at Leeds City College however after successfully auditioning for CAPA college she will be transferring there later this year.