Mags De'ath



Former professional dancer, Mags, has been performing since the age of 3.

Training and studying at a London stage school and college she gained her national diploma in performing arts.

After college Mags joined a professional cabaret group “Xerox” which took her all over Europe and made her a member of Equity. 

Her teaching and choreographic experience has seen her work at prestigious stage schools as well as shows throughout the U.K. and most recently a choreographer on a popular channel 4 T.V. drama.

Wanting to further her education, Mags became a member of IDTA by taking her associate freestyle exam and achieved a superb 96% which was then followed by a nomination for the John Dilworth scholarship.

Her knowledge and experience of the arts enables her to offer students and parents advice about the profession. 

After the birth of her son “DYLAN” Mags, started her own theatre school and the rest as they say is history.


Hannah started dancing at the age of 3 and performed in her first professional pantomime at The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford aged 8. Over the years she has performed and competed at different venues including Blackpool Opera House, The Royal Albert Hall, London and Disneyland Paris.

She successfully auditioned and became a member of YMT UK (Youth Music Theatre) performing with them in ‘The Dance Connection’ at The Barbican, Plymouth.

In and amongst that she became interested in teaching, begun her qualifications and now loves sharing her passion with the stars of the future.

Hannah achieved 96% in her teachers associate exam under the guidance of Mags.

Hannah Hall

Dylan Miles-Davis

Dylan has been performing since the age of 3 and has been a student of Dylans since then. He trained in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Commercial, Acrobatics, Performing Arts, Drama and Singing. 

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 completed his Musical Theatre BTEC.

Dylan achieved Distinction in his IDTA teachers associate exam under the guidance of Mags.

He has received his Anatomy & Physiology Diploma and is also an Acrotrix Teacher.

Chris Sweeney

Guest Teacher


Ella Foster

Assistant Singing Teacher

Aine Curran

Guest Teacher