Meet The Team

Patrons

Tom Muggeridge

Dance Patron

RESIDENT CHOREOGRAPHER AT
MATILDA THE MUSICAL CAMBRDIGE THEATRE, LEICESTER SQUARE .
TRAINED: English National Ballet School. Theatre includes: Wicked (Apollo Victoria); Notre Dame de Paris (Asian tour); Dan in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Guernsey); Harrison in Chicago (Cambridge Theatre, West End); Santa Claus & the Return of Jack Frost(Southampton Mayflower); Coricopat in Cats (arena tour); Big Deal/understudy Action in West Side Story (50th anniversary UK tour); singer/dancer for P&O Arcadia (JAR Productions); The Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty (English National Ballet/London Coliseum); Graduation Ball (National Youth Ballet/Theatre Royal, Drury Lane). TELEVISION: Coronation Street. FILM: Bel Ami. OTHER: Argos advert, Dubai Trade Show; modelling for Nike, Amelle and Jones the Bootmaker.

Choreographic
and Teaching credits.

Assistant choreographer for The London Cabaret Club. Extensive teaching and adjudicating both in the UK and around the World.

Laurence Hobbs

Music Patron

Is a platinum selling producer and songwriter signed to Notting Hill /23rd Precinct Music.
As a writer and producer Laurence Hobbs has written with many acts including Sam Smith, Pixie Lott, Shayne Ward, Andy Abrahams, Scarlett Lee, Laura White and Amanda Wilson to name a few. He has written songs that have reached number 1 in 7 countries and written songs for companies such as BBC, SKY and Syco.
He also runs Safo Music, the largest Artist Development Company in the UK. 
He is passionate about helping up and coming singers to fulfill their potential in a positive, creative and honest environment. Laurence is also music promoter and lectures about the Music Industry.

Tony O’Callaghan

Acting Patron

Currently a semi series regular in Eastenders playing the character Ollie Walters.
T.V Credits : Most notable role was that of Sergeant Boyden in The Bill
Other TV Credits include: Irish soap opera, Fair City showing on Irish Channel RTE1, playing the character Father Thaddeous
The Magnificent Evans, Family Affairs, Holby City, Doctors, Shameless, Three Up, Two Down, The Upper Hand and Coven
as well as several stage plays, UK Tours, Film & Commercials
Training: Drama Centre London, part of St Martins School, London. A constituent college of the University of The Arts London and is a member of Drama UK

360 ARTS MANAGEMENT & SUPPORT TEAM

As the team and class sizes steadily grow, it’s important that you know where to direct your queries to ensure you receive a prompt response and resolution.

Carol Brophy

Managing Director

Key Duties & Responsibilities
Class Content, Class Observations, Staffing Finance, Payroll, Public Performances, Newsletters

Click here to email Carol

Tilly Kamara

Agency Director

Key Roles & Responsibilities
Dealing with all Agency & Client queries, Tagmin & Spotlight databases

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Zoe Finch

Branch Manager & Head of Social

Key Roles & Responsibilities
Marketing & Promotion on FB, Twitter, Instagram, dealing with Parent
Queries, Fees, Registration, Uniform & “Class4kids” queries

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Resident Teachers

Micah Holmes

Head of Performing Arts & Creative Director

Micah is a professional actor, singer, dancer, choreographer and model having worked extensively in many different areas of the industry including television, musicals, touring companies, dancing for music artists that include ‘Sporty Spice’ Mel C, Jamie Campbell, Years and Years, Leona Lewis, and Hercules & Love Affair.
Micah has recently made his film debut as a role in the Elton John movie biopic ‘Rocketman’ and is currently filming a Netflix Original set for release 2020.
Micah is also extremely passionate about LGBT art and is the founder of creative house House of Lavender, set for launch later this year.

Jane Lamacraft

Resident Under 7’s & Acting Teacher

Jane obtained a degree in English Literature (London University) and a Masters in Drama (London University & RADA) before going on to train as an actor at MOUNTVIEW THEATRE SCHOOL for which she won the Dame Judi Dench Scholarship. Having worked as an actor in the West End, Film and TV & Radio, Jane turned her hand to professional comedy writing and is now a regular writer on Radio 4’s THE NOW SHOW, and has written for ARMSTRONG & MILLER, SMACK THE PONY, NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS and for impressionist RORY BREMNER… among many other shows. Jane has years of experience teaching classes at leading stage schools. She also teaches adults at the Actor’s Centre (the professional actor’s best known resource centre) and has run workshops for Channel 4 Talent and children’s casting workshops for various production companies.

Chrissy Sammoutis

Resident Acting Teacher

Over 15 years’ experience of training and working within the arts.

She began her training in theatre with Chicken Shed Theatre Company where she spent several years training as an actor/facilitator in inclusive theatre. While working with Chicken Shed she performed in a variety of company productions and facilitated workshops and outreach projects. Went on to gain a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Central School of Speech and Drama in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education. The degree focused on performing, directing and devising theatre in unconventional environments with a focus on theatre for change. This led to several opportunities to perform in touring productions and gain extensive experience of devising issue-based performance projects. Also has experience in directing social theatre projects abroad. Later went onto work as a project manager for various companies, responsible for various aspects of theatre and film projects from sourcing funding, devising, directing, managing staff and delivering.

Matt MacLellen

Head of Performing Arts
(Dollis Hill Branch)
Resident Singing Teacher (Hendon)

Matthew began his training at a young age as a member of chamber and show choirs. He began his professional training on a year intensive musical theatre course at the Guilford School of Acting, he now continues his training for a BA (Hons) in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre at the Urdang Academy. He has obtained his Diploma in Musical Theatre with the London College of Music and enjoys singing a varied range of styles such as: musical theatre, jazz, pop, classical and choral. He has experience singing in an ensemble as well as lead vocal from various concerts and amateur theatre companies.

Apprentices

Max Brophy

Resident Assistant Choreographer and Assistant Vocal/Physical Warm Up Coach

Max Brophy
Actor/Dancer/Singer
Most well known for his role as Bruce Bogtrotter in Matilda The Musical, Cambridge Theatre Leicester Square from Sept 2016 until September 2017
3 West End Credits
1 Hollywood Film (Beauty & The Beast 2017)
Various appearances in TV Soaps, and BBC Comedy Feeds

Currently attends Finchley Catholic High School
ABRSM Singing Grades up to Grade 5
LAMDA Acting & Musical Theatre up to Grade 4
Finalist in various Street Dance Competitions

Aoife Murphy

Dance Captain Dollis Hill
Having a love of dance and singing from a very young age, Aoife joined 360 Arts to develop her talent.
Having excelled at traditional Irish Dancing with countless trophies and medals she has now spread her wings to also enjoy the 360 experience.
She loves the thrill of being on stage and performing at various events as part of 360 Arts.
At secondary school Aoife still continues to develop her love of performing arts alongside her passion for passing on her expertise to the younger students by helping them to become the best version of themselves.

Float Teachers

Helen Rose Sims

Float Musical Theatre Teacher

Helen-Rose is a Drama, Music and Dance Teacher from North London. Helen graduated with a First with a BA (hons) degree in Performance from Southampton University. Helen has worked as a workshop leader and co-ordinator for over 5 years working with children and adults in various schools and university’s. Helen now works in mainstream secondary education as a performing arts teacher. Her Main focuses are on Drama and Music and Helen is heavily involved in directing fringe theatre and writing music.

Anna

Float Dance Teacher

Anna is currently training in musical theatre at the Urdang Academy. Anna began performing from a very young age, starting with ballet, tap and jazz and later developed a passion for musical theatre incorporating singing and acting. Before she began her professional training she was in a variety of shows with the Lincoln Academy of Performing Arts including Les Miserables and Phantom of The Opera. Anna has recently performed inSpring Awakening and Company with Urdang and will soon appear in her final showcase before graduating.

Mat McPherson

(Float) Acting and Singing teacher

Matthew graduated from Arts Educational Schools London with a BA in Acting in 2009. He currently works professionally as an Actor and a Director. He has lots of experience working with children and young adults in music and singing, for companies such as Education in Stage and Theatre Arts (ESTA) in west London, Filmsteps summer scheme and various primary and secondary schools. Mat is co director of our new affiliated company ‘Film Club’ Look out for info about Film Club sessions, coming soon!

Josh Perry

(Float) Dance teacher

Josh started his professional dance training at Performers college where he attended the pre- vocational course. He then went onto train at Masters Performing Arts college for 3 years. After graduating he got his first job as a dancer on the MS Romantika. After he went onto work for Qdos Entertainment and travelled the world working on Queen Mary 2.

Joanne Sheehy

(Float) Singing Teacher

Joanne is a Soprano and Vocal Coach, who graduated from Southampton University with a 2:1 BA Honors Degree in Music. Classically trained with 15 years performing experience. As a Soprano Joanne’s diverse range includes opera and oratorio through to musical theatre and folk.

A versatile singer with a high level of musicianship and a proficient pianist, Joanne has taught singing for Hertfordshire County Music Service as a peripatetic teacher for over 11 years, where she teaches one to one lessons and conducts choirs in a number of schools. Joanne also regularly runs her own vocal workshops for students looking to develop their harmony and choral skills, and organises charity concerts with a mixture of professional and student performers.

Having taken part in several high profile performances including a singing tutorial on Mercury FM’s Breakfast show and Joanne also appeared in ITV1’s “Our Story”

Certificates

Our dance, drama, acting and singing teachers are young, passionate, working professionals and all fully DBS checked. The team are obligated to sign an Information Communication Agreement before commencing employment.

As well as providing an outstanding performing arts education, 360 Arts are committed to providing training for children in a safe and secure environment. Parents can be confident that our students health and safety will always be our main priority.

We have a duty of care to safeguard all children involved in 360 Arts activity from harm. All children have a right to protection. Those with special needs and who may be particularly vulnerable will always be taken into account.

We will ensure the safety and protection of all children involved in our classes, events or productions through adherence to the Child Protection guidelines.

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