Hayley Evans is a trained actress with lots of professional experience and a BA Hons Degree in Drama with Dance. As a young teenager, Hayley actually attended Stagecoach Potters Bar herself before going on to get full training in the arts. After she finished University, Hayley returned to Stagecoach Potters Bar to teach drama (which she did for 5 years) alongside pursuing a professional acting and modelling career. Hayley has professional experience in many areas of the performing arts including; TV, Film, Music Videos, Corporate Videos, Musical Theatre, Straight Plays, Voice Over, Radio, Pantomime-Style Performing, Directing, Choreography and Modelling.
Hayley also went on to get qualified in teaching performing arts and passed with distinction in her ADPA exam, giving her an Associate Diploma in Performing Arts.
Her TV and Film credits currently include: 'Breathless' - TV medical drama series for ITV, 'Mad Fat Diary - Series 2' (aired on Channel 4), 'The Invisible Woman' - film with BBC Drama/Headline Pictures, 'Restless' - TV drama (aired on BBC 1) with BBC Drama/Romer Films Ltd, 'The Midnight Beast' - TV series (aired on E4) with Warp Films/Cuba Comedy, 'It's a Dog's Life' with Virgin Media Shorts, 'Natural Beauty: Keeping it Real' - TV programme (aired on T4, channel 4) with Raw Television, 'Good Day today' music video with Shimmer Films, as well as corporate videos for Messy Knot Entertainment.
Her theatre and performing credits include: Charity in Sweet Charity, Ruth in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Young Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd (the Demon Barber of Fleet Street), a dancer in Jesus Christ Superstar, a dancer in South Pacific, Helena in All's Well That Ends Well, Virgilia in Coriolanus, Anne Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor, a dancer in the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony, a performer at Tick Tock Music Ltd and a variety singer in Food of Love and Across the Pond.
After 5 years of teaching drama at Stagecoach Potters Bar, Hayley took the plunge and bought the school to become Principal. Since Hayley took over she has opened two more Main Schools, a new Early Stages, launched Mini Stages, started a performance troupe, Stagecoach parties and LAMDA exams, as well as taking her students to perform in West End shows every year. She is proud to be the Principal of such a fantastic group of students and talented teachers, and would like to thank everyone for their continued support.