Becky trained in dance at Angela Beardmore School of dance for numerous years and went on to study at Manchester Metropolitan University gaining a BA(Hons) qualification in Dance and a PGCE in higher education specializing in dance and musical theatre teaching. She has performed herself from a young age in musical productions, pantomimes, taking on leading roles and competed in various dance and drama competitions, gaining a scholarship for modern jazz dance with the BBO. She auditioned and was successful in the tour of “The Twits” at the age of 12. Becky teaches a variety of age groups ranging from 4-65 years, from the educational settings of university and college to the wider community delivering a range of dance styles which include ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, street/hip hop, musical theatre, modern, cheerleading and basic circus skills. She also choreographs and directs local productions, which include musicals and pantomimes. She choreographed for the Clothes show live NEC in 2012.
She has lectured dance at OBA, South Cheshire College and Manchester Metropolitan University and still works freelance in Staffordshire and Cheshire areas. She is currently the course leader for the Dance Level 3 BTEC course at The Performing Arts Centre at Newcastle-Under- Lyme college where she lectures dance to students age 16 upwards. She is also an external verifier for BTEC and their Edexcel courses and assesses work nationwide in performing arts and still choreographs semi-professional productions locally. Becky has taught for various Stagecoach Theatre Arts throughout the UK for the past 6 years teaching both dance and Early stages classes. She loves how Stagecoach can help improve lifelong skills for children and is very excited to be principal of Stagecoach Stoke and has lots of exciting plans for the school. She is a qualified Zumba Instructor and is teaching her own classes locally. She prides herself in pushing her own technique and continuing her own professional development and performance appearing in murder mystery productions and improvisations and directing one act plays locally. She has won various awards for leading roles such as Nancy in Oliver and Mrs Kelly in Annie Warbucks and Snow White are just a few to mention which were all adjudicated by NODA. Becky strives for high quality results through creating a warm and positive working environment for children to learn in, promoting teamwork and confidence through musical theatre.