Can I just say a big thank you to Lottie
for helping my 8 year old daughter come out of her shell. She has tried many hobbies but never been able to stick at them. This was completely different, she loves the sessions and can't wait for every Tuesday to come round. She loves performing the songs to me and her dad and it's wonderful to watch her shine.
Lottie really helped me work on a
Guildford Singing Teacher
song for an audition, that was completely out of my comfort zone. By the time the audition came round I felt totally relaxed and comfortable with the song and I managed to get the job. Couldn't be happier!
From a young age Lottie has always had a love for theatre and performing so it was an easy decision for her to move to London at 16 and train professionally in Musical Theatre, at one of Britain’s best Performing Arts College, London Studio Centre.
Since graduating Lottie has continued to work professionally in various tours and productions all over the UK and the world. Such credits include the title role in The Rainbow Fish, Maid Marian in Robin Hood and Virtue in The Witches Bogey. In more recent years Lottie has gained experience directing, creating and choreographing theatre shows, tours and productions for popular UK theme parks such as Chessington World of Adventures and Alton Towers. A big part of these roles included training and advising professional singers, actors and dancers.
Over the past 2 years Lottie has been lucky enough to pursue her love of working with children by creating and running the successful Children’s Parties Company, Lulamoon. She works hard to ensure the parties create a unique experience for the birthday child, by putting her own creativity and passion into the business every day.
Alongside Lulamoon Lottie currently teaches drama for the Ark Trust. Her drama sessions are part of the fantastic day centre which provides lessons and activities for students with learning difficulties.
Lottie also performs regularly as Pirate Georgie in the fantastic LEGOLAND Windsor resort stunt show, 'Return to Skeleton Bay'.
Hopefully this has given a taster of the wide variety of projects Lottie has been working on over the years giving her experience in teaching and leading workshops for children, adults, beginners, professionals and students with special needs. She is also fully CRB/DBS checked.
Lottie is now beginning to start a family with husband and musician, Tom – she would love to pass on the skills she has learnt to other budding performers.
Lottie’s wide and varied experience has enabled her to gain extensive knowledge in all areas of theatre and, after providing tuition, direction and guidance to a variety of students, this makes her the perfect choice as a teacher.