The amazingly talented people behind the scenes, making sure all shows and performances are performances to remember!
Choreographer Ryan Francois is popularly known for his choreography for STRICTLY COME DANCING and SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE a 2 time winner of the U.S. Open and American Swing Dance Championships he is the foremost authority in the US & UK on all dances connected and related to the Jazz & Swing era – including, The Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, Jive, Charleston, Tap, Be Bop and Blues.
Lucie trained at the Arts Educational School and the London School of Contemporary Dance. For theatre, her credits include Troilus and Cressida at the National Theatre, directed by Sir Trevor Nunn and assistant choreographer to Arlene Philips for the original choreography We Will Rock You, directed by Christopher Renshaw.
Kevan made his choreographic debut at the age of 17 with the conception & creation of “Beauxartz”, the first independent dance company to feature in a ten week television series for Channel 4,UK. They toured Europe and regularly appeared in various Arts Festivals and theatres around the UK including The Battersea Arts Center, The Chichester Festival Theatre and The London Palladium.
As a professional Adrian has had a versatile career taking him around the world and working for artists such as Take That, Rihanna, Jessie J, Cold Play, Michael Buble, Leona Lewis, Katherine Jenkins, Pixie Lott, Darcy Bussel, One Direction, Kylie Minogue, Olly Murs, Sir Cliff Richards, Little Mix, Kelly Clarkson, Tom Jones and Robbie Williams on stages like The X Factor, The Voice, Children in Need, The Brit Awards, The Royal Variety, The Diamond Jubilee Concert & So You Think You Can Dance.
C. Sparkey born in Liverpool, graduated from Doreen Birds College of Performing Arts, after being offered scholarships to many of the leading dance Colleges. He also has a Degree in Professional Broadcasting Technical Operations from Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication. He is a former winner of the Cosmopolitan young dancer of the year award and the Dancing Time award for choreography and has had a successful dance career in television, film and theatre
Jenny trained at The Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts and has been performing and competing pretty much her whole life. Winning her first competition at the age of 4, she went on to win the All England Championships Tap, Ballet & Modern divisions, winning the Tap division 3 years in a row. Discovering the Lindy Hop in 1992 it wasn’t long before she was adding The US Open, American Swing Dance & UK Open Lindy Hop Championships to her many titles.