Our team are passionate about creating challenging and thought-provoking theatre and preparing the next generation of Actors.

Victoria Sheldon


Before deciding to tread the boards Vicky gained a BA in English Literature from Bristol University, she then trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London, gaining an MA in professional acting. As an actress Vicky works under the name Victoria Grace and is represented by Macfarlane Doyle Agency. Recent credits include the role of Maggie in British Feature Film "Pinky," two extensive ad campaigns with PI Film Network and a new writing theatre tour at Churchill Theatre Bromley and Theatre Utopia culminating in a Five Star review. She began assistant directing aged 16 and has directed, assistant directed and written several plays. Vicky is fully DBS checked and holds a first aid certificate.

Kate Gwynn


Prior to her actor training Kate studied Drama and Performance at Queen Margaret University Edinburgh where she gained a wide understanding of theatre practitioners, playwrights and knowledge of her craft, she was awarded a distinction in her BA. She put her knowledge into practice when she went on to study an MA at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London. Kate works as an Actor an theatre practitioner and is represented by Brynmoor Associates. Kate is fully DBS checked and holds a first aid certificate.

Alexander Tol


Alexander Tol trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Since graduating he has worked consistently in film, t.v, and theatre.

He has also directed two plays, “Istanbul” and “Of Sirens and Other Monsters”(Pleasance Theatre).

Alexander regularly works as an interviewer for the LAMDA audition panel. He has worked as a private audition technique instructor for 6 years, coaching both acting students and professional actors.

Highlighted t.v credits include:  Prince Ferdinand “Victoria” (ITV), Nate Sanders “Waffle The Wonderdog” (CBBC). Feature films include: Mike “Soul Reaper”, the Cowboy “Ashens and the Polybius Heist”, Bryan Tyler “Through a Dark Mirror”.

He is currently voicing a lead character in an undisclosed EA video game.  

Nicola Bland

Drama Club Teacher

Nicola began professionally acting from a young age with her first lead role in the film “Yellow” starring alongside Ray Winstone, shortly followed by Eponine in Les Miserables at The Palace Theatre. Nicola trained at E15 Acting School has been working professionally for the last 15 years with roles in The Bill, Casualty, ITV Drama “Pickles”, BBC period drama"Messiah" many adverts, short films and Plays at The Soho Theatre, Roundhouse Theatre, Criterion Theatre, Barbican Cockpit and Royal Court Theatre, recently finishing a two month transfer of "Fight Club"in Hong Kong. Nicola has extensive teaching experience currently working with many schools and academy's across Essex and East London. Nicola currently teaches at Park School for girls.

Amy Gallagher

Drama Club Teacher

Amy trained as a professional actress at Drama Studio London having already gained a BA Hons degree at Brunel University in Modern Drama Studies. It was here her passion for working with children through the arts grew and she has experience within theatre in Education as well as a children’s party Entertainer. She enjoys watching children’s confidence &  imaginations come to life through drama & performance. Amy splits her time between acting professionally including film, TV and theatre and teaching drama. She is also a Radio DJ at her local Hospital. Amy currently teaches at Horndon Primary School.

Libby Radford

Drama Club Teacher

Libby found her love of acting and drama  whilst performing at school in the musical Oklahoma as Laurie. She then went on to study Drama and theatre studies for A level. Since then Libby has received a gold Lamda award, and decided to dive straight into the acting industry, taking part in various theatre productions, including ‘Ajax’ a variation of Sophocles Greek tragedy, short films, and modelling. Libby currently splits her time between acting professionally and teaching drama which she has always enjoyed, having started off at stagecoach, and going on further to run children’s parties. Libby has a passion for working with children and being able to encourage them to be creative and passionate about what they can do and achieve.

Charlotte Tilley

Drama Club Teacher

Charlotte is an actor and writer who graduated from LAMDA Foundation in 2018. Since then she has written and produced "Adolescent", a comedic one woman in which she played the central character "Charlie" and "Right to Remain Silent", a female dystopian piece which she is currently directing. Charlotte has been teaching and facilitating drama classes since 2016 and enjoys writing plays for groups of students to perform.