Delia Mathews was born in New Zealand and started her ballet training at The Dance Education Centre in Tauranga before moving to London to study at The Royal Ballet School. She joined Birmingham Royal Ballet in 2008 after graduating from the school and was promoted to Principal in 2017.
Welsh dancer William Bracewell joined The Royal Ballet as a Soloist in 2017 and was promoted to First Soloist in 2018. Awards while a student include the 2007 Young British Dancer of the Year Award and the grand prix at the 2010 Youth America Grand Prix.
English dancer Téo Dubreuil is an First Artist of The Royal Ballet. He trained at The Royal Ballet School winning 2nd prize in the Young British Dancer of the Year competition in 2011. Teo graduated from school into English National Ballet at age 17, going on to join The Royal Ballet in 2014.
David (ARAD dip. P.D.T.C.) was trained at The Royal Ballet School from the age of 13 and subsequently joined The Royal Ballet Company becoming a Senior Soloist where he danced many principal roles,
He also performed with the National Ballet of Canada as a 1st soloist, Pacific Northwest Ballet, British Ballet Columbia and English National Ballet.
David has worked as Ballet Master for the Ankara State Ballet Company and Singapore Dance Theatre. He guest teaches for The English National Ballet Company as well as teaching and judging internationally. An experienced teacher, until as recent as December 2014 David taught all levels at The Royal Ballet Upper School for 15 years. David is the Artistic advisor for The Gailene Stock CBEMemorial Award in Japan.
Marius trained in dance at the Royal Ballet School in Richmond Park before sustaining an injury in 2000. He went on to study at Durham University, returning to The Royal Ballet School as it’s Theatre Manager between 2005 and 2008. He has held the role of DSM at both the Royal Opera House and Linbury Studio. He became Production Manager at the global events company Imagination where he was in charge of global installations and events for Jaguar Land Rover, Extreme Sailing Series and Rolls Royce. Turning freelance in 2014, he has worked consistently with Sadler’s Wells Production and Touring Department.
Sam Asaert is a Belgian filmmaker, photographer and visual artist, with a strong focus on documentary, as well as dance and ballet.Known for his innovative visuals and poetic style, his work with various ballet companies has earned him multiple international awards, and his documentary works have been broadcasted and published internationally.
Gabor Kapin was a principal dancer with the Carolina ballet, Boston ballet and currently with the Royal Ballet of Flanders.
Emma is an award winning set and costume designer working in London and has designed for venues including Royal Opera House Linbury Studio, RSC, Young Vic and National Theatre Studio. Her work comprises many elements of design including fashion, illustration and sculptural installation.
Nancy Osbaldeston danced with English National Ballet for 6 years and is now with the Royal Ballet of Flanders as a principle.
English Georgie Rose was educated at The Royal Ballet School before joining the Norwegian National Ballet in 2015, where she now has a permanent contract.
Laurie McSherry-Gray graduated from The Royal Ballet School in London and joined the Royal New Zealand Ballet. He is currently a soloist with The Royal Ballet Flanders and has danced lead roles such as Lensky in Cranko's Onegin.
was born in Cremona and trained at the Accademia Teatro alla Scala, in Milan and on a scholarship at Royal Ballet Upper School. She joined Dresden Semperoper Ballett and performs corps de ballet and some demi soloist roles.
Andrew McNicol is a freelance British choreographer based in London. His choreographic work began whilst studying at The Royal Ballet School, where he won the Kenneth MacMillan choreographic competition.
Andrew has choreographed in a range of contexts including for The Royal Ballet of Flanders, The New York Choreographic Institute, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Northern Ballet, The London Olympics, New English Ballet Theatre, The Royal Ballet Upper School, Northern Ballet Academy, Ballet Central, The National Youth Ballet, Dance East and Juice Opera Trio.
After graduating from The Royal Ballet School Issac joined Northern Ballet and currently dances for Jean-Christophe Maillot's Les Ballets de Monte Carlo.
Nicholas Robert Thayer is a London-born, Antwerp-based composer and producer. He has composed for dance pieces performed by Het Nationale Ballet, Ballet Vlandaaren, House Of Makers, Sydney Dance Company and West Australian Ballet.