'Dance & Drama Unlimited'

Double-click to edit text, or drag to moveAngela trained at

The London School of Contemporary Dance and was subsequently asked to join ‘London Contemporary Dance Theatre’.

Angela has performed extensively in London’s West End including Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Song&Dance’ starring with 

Wayne Sleep as his Tap partner.

Subsequently joining Wayne Sleep’s Dance Company.

Angela performed professionally as a Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Historical Dancer throughout the UK and Europe from Covent Garden, Festival Hall to The Palace of Versailles and Monaco.

She has danced in, choreographed and supervised many West End Musicals including Chess, Annie Get Your Gun, Radio Times, Song & Dance, Bits & Pieces, Crazy for You and Souls in Motion.

Angela has appeared in The Royal Variety Shows, many Videos and T.V. including The Two Ronnies, Wogan, Pebble Mill, 

Saturday Superstore, Max Headroom.

Angela has taught in the top colleges in London and Nationally including London School of Contemporary Dance, Arts Educational, Tring, White Lodge and various Theatre Arts Schools. 

Angela Grigelis  Nee: Robinson

Sally has a Joint Honours Degree in Dance and Drama from the University of Surrey and a PGCE teaching qualification from Brighton University.
Sally has been teaching dance and drama in local schools for the past 22 years , 21 years leading her own department. She has taught both GCSE and A Level Drama and Performing Arts at Warriner, Banbury School, Chenderit and Magdalen College receiving Outstanding Teacher Status on two separate occasions in Ofsted inspections. Sally supported a Year 10 student to produce his own full-length musical. Subsequently Sally became an examiner for A Level Performing Arts, marking practical performances and writing examination questions.
Sally has directed many performances including
“The Crucible” by Arthur Miller, “Zigger Zagger” by Peter Terson and many musicals including “Grease, “Little Shop of Horrors” and “The Wizard of Oz”. Sally has worked alongside two up and coming playwrights, producing and premiering two new works “Nostradamus” and “Houdini”.
Sally is passionate about developing young people’s
interest in the craft of performing and helping them to confront issues through the medium of Drama. 

Sally Easterbrook

Head of Drama