Read Maggie's Biography
Subject taught at LSDA: Physical Theatre
Maggie is an actor and a collaborative theatre maker. She teaches Physical Theatre, Movement with an approach to text work, Acting and Devising. Maggie is a Practitioner with internationally renowned theatre company Frantic Assembly (Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, Humans on Channel 4).
Acting credits include: Theatre – Henry V & The Tempest (Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre), Cyrano de Bergerac (National Theatre of Scotland), Macbeth (Tobacco Factory), Man to Man (Wales Millennium Centre, Edinburgh Festival & Brooklyn Academy of Music), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Blood is Strong (Finborough Theatre), Beautiful Burnout (Frantic Assembly UK Tour). TV – I Hate Suzie (Sky), Trigonometry(BBC), Black Mirror: Smithereens (Netflix), The End of the F***ing World (Netflix). Film – Dark Sense (Encaptivate!
Read Roisin's Biography
Subject taught at LSDA: Movement, Improvisation
Roisin teaches Movement and Improvisation at LSDA. She studied choreography, composition and movement before going on to train in acting at the Drama Centre London. Work as a performer includes shows for the National Theatre, The Theatre Royal Haymarket, Trestle Theatre Company, Orange Tree Theatre, The Kosh, Soho Studio, Border Crossings, BAC, Chickenshed Theatre, Dante or Die, Farnham Rep, the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, as well as various appearances in TV, radio and film.
Roisin is a founder member of theatre company, Prams In The Hall. She has performed for several years in London and Edinburgh as part of sketch comedy trio Rule of Three. Roisin’s work as a playwright and playwright/director includes shows at The Space Theatre, Barons court Theatre, the Soho Theatre Studio The Underbelly and Gilded Balloon in Edinburgh and The Basement at the Leicester Square Theatre. Roisin has trained actors at several schools including Drama Centre London.
Read Milo's Biography
Subject taught at LSDA: Dance
Milo Miles a graduate of the prestigious National Ballet School of Canada produces, performs and acts as host/hostess internationally. He has danced, sung, choreographed and designed costumes, sets, make-up and lighting for a variety of productions worldwide. Milo has coached figure skaters, actors, singers, models, drag queens, burlesque artists an all male exotic review and even a football team. He teaches every level of dance ranging from professional ballet dancers to wedding couples 1st dances and from primary school children to open jazz-ballet classes in London and abroad. In 2001 Milo Miles created a new dance syllabus combining Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz and Latin. This has led to him teaching for Tavaziva Dance, Disney’s the Lion King, Urdang Academy, Dance 2XS, Artis Education, Pineapple Dance Studios in London and frequent trips to guest teach in both Singapore & Malta.