Bronia Pearce


Principal and Founder

Bronia started dancing at the age of three with Broadway Stage Academy, Reading.

She continued her training at Leicester College of Performing Arts, graduating with Distinction.

As well as pursuing a professional performing career Bronia has over 12 years of teaching knowledge. Teaching in many dance schools in Berkshire and Surrey. Bronia is also a guest teacher at Leicester College Of Performing Arts and has recently registered with B.T.D.A.  

Her professional career has included working with top choreographers and assisting with Tours, Music videos, Bollywood feature films, Summer seasons and Pantomimes with and for Qdos Entertainment, English tourist board, Aditya Arts, UK productions, Odd Post Entertainment, Komarni, Haven Holidays, BBC, Aviva Premiership Rugby, World Club 7s, Sky Tv, Channel 4, ITV and The Football League.

Professional credits include; Peter Pan, (Swan Theatre, High Wycombe) Peter Pan, (Festival theatre, Malvern) Boogie Nights 10th anniversary UK tour, Assistant Choreographer - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (The Beck Theatre, Hayes) Dance Captain - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (The Swan Theatre, High Wycombe), Dance Captain - Aladdin 3D (The Swan theatre, High Wycombe), Dance Captain - Peter Pan (The Swan Theatre, High Wycombe), Dance Captain - Aladdin, (Hawth Theatre, Crawley) Dance Captain - Cinderella (The Swan Theatre, High Wycombe) Dick Whittington (The Swan Theatre, High Wycombe) Assistant Choreographer - Aladdin 3D - China Tour, A Night of Dirty Dancing- Uk Tour, Dance Captain - Cinderella, The Worlds Biggest Pantomime (NIA, Birmingham), Dirty Dancing (Royal Opera House, Copenhagen), Assistant Dance Captain/Swing - We Will Rock You (Royal Arena, Copenhagen & Boxen Arena, Herning) and Emily Hobbs/Assistant choreographer - Elf The Musical (Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, Resorts World arena, Birmingham, Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, Liverpool M& S Bank Arena, Glasgow Hydro Arena, SSE Wembley Arena & Dublin 3 Arena)

Bronia was Head coach and Choreographer for The Crystals - CPFC’s cheerleaders for 5 seasons. The squad made numerous TV and radio appearances and were also featured in National and International Magazines and Newspapers, Bronia has also had the pleasure of choreographing and performing at some of the countries most prestigious stadiums including Wembley, Twickenham and Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium for some of the largest sporting events in the rugby and football season such as the Heineken Cup Final, Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, Marriott Rugby 7s and The World club 7s. 


Naomi Callender

Naomi started dancing at the age of 5 at broadway stage academy and continued her dance training at Diane Murdochs school of dance and Dance reality studios where she still attends class. Naomi has trained in a acro, ballet, modern, street dance, contemporary, tap, lyrical, musical theatre and singing.

She went on to study Drama and Dance at the Henley college and received both A's in these A levels. She then furthered her dance training and studied at the University of Chichester from 2013-2016, training in predominantly contemporary and ballet. She graduated with a Ba (hons) Dance and received a High 2.1. Whilst at university she was part of 3Fall dance company, a touring company, performing and running workshops across the U.K.

Naomi's career has also involved working with Lîla Dance company on their work 'The Deluge', working with Atom-R and performing at The Spire, Brighton and various troupe work events dancing to numbers such as the can can and show girls pieces.

Whilst also training Naomi was an assistant teacher and dance teacher at Dance reality studios teaching children of all ages in musical theatre, baby ballet and tap and many other genres of dance.

Naomi is in the early stages of her dance career and hopes to one day be part of a professional contemporary touring company. Her dream is to have the opportunity to work with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.

Interested in learning more about our Dance Company? Get in touch today.


Louisa Bell

Louisa started dancing as a child and went on to study full time at Dancepoint, Glasgow and Italia Conti, London.

She is trained in ballet, jazz, tap, modern, lyrical, commercial and musical jazz as well as acro.

After working as a dancer she took time out to raise a family but returned to her creative side choreographing for shows in London and locally.

She now teaches dance in Berkshire and Surrey.