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Hannah gained experience as a
performer within Weymouth College performing in productions such as Cabaret, and The Visit, whilst also achieving her A-Levels. She then went to Birmingham School of Acting to obtain her BA (Hons) Acting. After graduating Hannah immediately went on a national tour with Quantum Theatre, visiting

theatres all over the UK. She has since worked with a variety
of professional theatre and film companies, helping them
with the development of brand new writing from which she
has gained the benefit of a broad experience in all fields.
Hannah has also for the past six years been working as a
drama and singing coach for theatre schools and educational
institutions in and around Dorset, preparing people of all
ages for a career in Performing Arts.
Hannah Soulsby-Phillips
Lauren Whitehead
Lauren’s love and passion for the
performing arts started at a very
young age and continued into her
further education. Following
completion of her BTEC in
Performing Arts at Weymouth
College, Lauren gained her degree in
Dance and Culture at the University
of Surrey before gaining her PGCE in
Dance Education at The Chelsea
School in Brighton. Lauren now works as a special
educational needs teacher at a local Primary school as well
as running her own children’s Theatre school ‘Razzamataz’
in Weymouth.
Rhea Soulsby
Rhea has a strong background in the
all the performing arts. She has
taught drama and dance in many
establishments in and around
Dorset, including Weymouth
College, Stagecoach and
Razzamataz. She gained a triple
distinction in her Performing Arts
BTEC National Diploma at
Weymouth College and went on to
gain her Foundation Degree in
Performance Practice. She was a
member of WOW for 8 years and has also completed her
Gold LAMDA examination. She is currently working
towards her Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning
Sector while working with Rummage  Theatre.
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