Meet the Teachers
All of our teachers have gone through a tough interview and audition process in order to teach at Triple Threat Stage School. They are all trained professionals and have a huge amount of knowledge and experience in their field. All teachers have a current DBS certificate, have had safe guarding training and we always have 4 members of staff onsite who are first aid trained.
Emily trained at The Brit School for Performing Arts in London on the Musical Theatre Course and then went onto study Musical Theatre at Arts Ed in Chiswick, London.
After completing her course, she went onto perform in many professional shows in the UK and all around Europe as lead vocalist and dance captain. Emily was also a soprano in the London Concert Choir, singing at The Royal Albert Hall.
Emily began teaching in 2012 when she became a new Mum to her son Archie. Emily has been teaching Singing, Audition technique, acting and musical theatre LAMDA for just over 10 years.
Before moving to Norfolk in 2015 Emily was The Artistic Director, singing teacher and Hip Hop dance teacher for Top Hat Stage School Surrey. She was also a vocal leader for The Wandsworth Music Service where she led singing projects within many schools in the Wandsworth area, working towards music concerts at The Royal Festival Hall. Emily helped to conduct, choreograph the dances and stage the performances at The Royal Festival Hall in 2014.
When Emily moved to Norfolk she recognised the need for a fully inclusive, dynamic and inspiring performing arts establishment offering all three disciplines; acting, singing and dance. Emily opened Triple Threat Stage School in January 2016 after the birth of her daughter Elsie.
In 2019 Emily was the winner of the EDP Peoples Choice award for Best Individual at the Norfolk Arts Awards.
Emily gained her Diploma in Music Theory in July 2022.
In October 2022 Emily went back to the classroom to study for her MA in Professional Practice Voice Pedagogy with ‘The Voice Study Centre’ affiliated with The University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
Emily thoroughly enjoys bringing great performing arts training to Norfolk with the help of her team of brilliant teachers.
After training in Musical Theatre at the prestigious BRIT School and Urdang Academy in London, Ben went on to perform around the country and across Europe.
Ben has been teaching Performing Arts for the past 10 years and is the co-owner Triple Threat Stage School.
As well as teaching Drama, you will find him Directing, choreographing and occasionally singing.
Ben is a regular choreographer for Sheringham Little Theatre Pantomime. He is also the Director of the award winning Fairground Frights at Great Yarmouth Pleasure.
Ben is also the Head of Drama at Beeston Hall Prep School in North Norfolk.
“The transformation I get to witness in my student’s confidence and performance ability astounds me weekly.”
Ben is very proud to be part of Triple Threat and excited that mid/ north Norfolk has a place for young performers to thrive.
Hannah grew up in Norfolk where she started dancing at the very young age of three. She furthered her training at Performers College gaining a Diploma in Dance (Trinity London) and her teaching qualifications in ISTD Dance.
Credits include Spirit productions (Holland) Thompson cruise lines, Potter Theatre Company, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines singer/ Dancer, (world cruise), Belinda Kind Productions Queen Mary 2 (World Cruse) Casinos Europe, Princess Cruise Lines (World Cruise), Model for L’Oreal Cambridge Hair Show, Ensemble in West End Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Adelphi Theatre London.
Hannah has a great passion for teaching all ages many different genres of dance as well as dance fitness, specialising in BootyBare. Teaching throuhgout her time in-between contracts in London, Norfolk and during her time whilst on the cruise lines.
Hannah is a proud Mummy to Ivy (3) and Margot (10 months). Hannah also has a crazy dog called Vince who she enjoys walking at the beach with her Fiance Matthew, Ivy and Margot.
Karen has always had a love of performing arts. She remembers enjoying watching musicals when she was much younger (many moons ago) and has fond memories of playing the part of Annie Good in her year 6 play. She thoroughly enjoyed being a lead role! Karen began to loose her confidence as she grew older, but Triple Threat Stage School has helped her confidence return……much to the embarrassment of her children!