Founder & Director
Performance Credits: X-Factor, BRITS, MTV Tour.
Daniel moved to London in his early 20s to train as a dancer with a focus on Breaking, or B-Boying. He started at the world famous Ministry of Sound nightclub, where he was a resident for two years. In 1999, at the Millennium party at the Dome, Daniel was one of 50 Ministry of Sound dancers performing in front of more than 50,000 people at the stroke of midnight. From there, Daniel has travelled throughout Europe, performing in front of thousands of people. His dancing credits include dancing for Jamarique, DJ Sonique, Top of the Pops, MTV, MTV Club Tours, the BRIT Awards, X Factor, Cher Lloyd, Cheryl Cole, Plan B and Take That. He’s also been recruited to perform at numerous private, celebrity parties, for stars including Jack Black, Uma Thurman and Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi. Daniel has been teaching dance for the past 15 years in many schools across southeast England.
Owner & Choreographer
Trained: Ballet West and The Urdang Academy.
Performance Credits: Swan lake, Nutcracker, Coppelia, Canon (TV Advert), Into The Woods. MOVE IT (Main stage opening year). Amanda's passion and focus has always been teaching and over the last 7 years Amanda has built up her reputation with excellent exam results. Her skills lie in tutoring aspiring performers and helping them to gain the credits to achieve vocational college and university places in Dance and Musical Theatre. Her affiliation with the Vocational schools allows her to keep current with industry's ever changing requirements. This is why she has enjoyed such success, with her students gaining College and University placements at the most successful Schools, such as The Urdang Academy, London Studio Centre, Central School of Ballet, The Place and Laine Theatre Arts to name a few. Her past students have then gone onto working in the Industry in Shows such as Matilda, Once the Musical, Billy Elliot and Matthew Bourne's Junior company.
Operations & Project Manager
Although her working career is unrelated to Dance/Acro, Lisa has a keen interest in this area as her daughter is training to become a professional performer and is currently at Wilkes Academy.
Lisa has a BA (Hons) Fashion Design and Technology and has worked in the fashion sector since graduating in 2001.
Alongside working for a fashion agency, she is now excited to bring her organisation and management skills to AcroPAD.