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alicia allen , performing arts teacher


Alicia trained in musical Theatre at Liverpool Theatre and graduated in 2021. Since graduating she has gained teaching experience by teaching around different schools and academies - her focus mainly being Acting/Singing/MT. She works with a mix of age ranges from toddler to teen. As well as this, being a trained actor she has performed in different shows and has done lots of character work around Liverpool. She uses all of her experience to help her students become they best they can be and is very passionate about helping the younger generation discover their calling in the arts.



Tony Lloyd is a North West based Film Maker\Director who has worked in the industry for the last thirty years.

He went to West Surrey School of Art to study film and returned to his home in the North. Here he formed successful alliances with various writers, actors and technicians and began to make high end corporate films for the likes of Elida Faberge, De Pugh Medical International, Esso and ICI. To name but a few.

Tony also worked in London as a 3rd, 2nd and a 1st Assistant Director for Walker-Dobney Productions who specialised in tv adverts.

As well as industry work, Tony enjoys creative arts based projects, such as short drama based narrative films and documentaries focusing on a varied range of topics. He also enjoys teaching Video Production in many Colleges and Universities which include, LIPA, Liverpool Media Academy, Liverpool Community College and more recently Salford University.

In 2007 and 2009 respectively, Tony directed two feature length Holocaust documentaries, the first was called 'Once We Were Numbers' and the second film was called 'AREK', which went on to win the Grand Jury Prize at the New York Film Festival (NY & Miami).

Tony also had a short film, 'The Ninety Second Minute' in competition at Cannes the same year.

Tony continues to develop projects with National and Local writers, the latest are about the incredible true story of the birth of comic book icon, 'Dan Dare' and a Science Fiction/Horror 

tony lloyd, acting to camera, director, film director, cannes, lipa, salford, liverpool, lmu
abbie hannah, performing arts teacher


I first discovered musical theatre at age 7 when attending a local performing arts school. It was at this school that my passion for performing grew and I realised I wanted a career in the industry. Having starred in musicals such as Little Shop of Horrors, Narnia, Matilda and The Wizard of Oz (playing the roles of Audrey, The White Witch, Matilda and The Tinman), I have a wealth of knowledge and experience in this field of work.

After continuing to take musical theatre and singing classes until the age of 16, I completed a UAL Extended Diploma in Performance and Production Arts at LIPA Sixth Form College. I have also studied Musical Theatre at IC Theatre. My proudest achievement was in 2019 when I won best actor at Farmaggedon for my performance at their yearly scare attraction. I have now been teaching for 5 years and enjoy bringing my performance experience and knowledge to all the classes I teach.

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