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Enrica Ross-Campbell

Founder, Principal, Head of Dance

    

Enrica auditioned and won a place at the age of 15 at The Dance School of Scotland where she studied Musical Theatre as well as her Highers.

In 2004, at the age of 18 she continued to London where she received a full scholarship at the Arts Educational Schools London graduating with a BA hons degree in Musical Theatre.

At college she played many parts in many productions. Performances of 'Pippin', 'West Side Story', 'Hairspray' and 'Wild Party'

Enrica was the understudy of 'Mabel' in 'Pirates of Penzance', played the part of 'Angelina' in 'Trial by Jury' and 'Nettie' in 'Carousel'. Enrica has also performed in 'Sondheim's 75th Birthday Gala' at Drury Lane Theatre.

After graduating, Enrica decided to further her career in singing and was involved in the XFactor with girl group 'W4' where she made it to Simon Cowells' house in Marbella. Enrica and the girls recorded several singles and were involved in a jeans campaign in Switzerland. 'W4' also performed at Denise Welsh and Tim Healey's charity night 'Dancing in the Street' alongside all the soap stars.

Enrica returned home to Inverness in 2008 and has been teaching ever since. She is delighted and very proud to be the co founder of 'Performers UK'.

     

Amanda McColl

Founder, Principal, Head of Music & Speech

    

Amanda studied Musical Theatre at Newcastle College for Performing Arts, before completing her BA in Performance at The University of the West of Scotland. She also holds a certificate from accredited training facility, The Vocal Academy, for 'Teaching Young Voices'.

Whilst studying, Amanda performed in a number of shows including the romantic lead of Serena Katz in 'Fame' and the much loved comedic role of Pauline Mole in 'Adrian Mole'.

A member of the Inverness Opera Company, Amanda has also appeared in 'Guys and Dolls', 'The Pajama Game', 'Me and My Girl', 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'My Fair Lady' and 'Carousel'.

Amanda danced in the long running award winning Tourist show 'Scottish Showtime' and has worked with The Scottish Ballet and X Factor Dance Troupe. After training Amanda appeared in the hit Scottish show 'Monarch of the Glen' and did voice-over work for BBC Scotland, before joining a murder mystery drama group 'Goode for a Giggle'.

She has been teaching since 2008 and has been a LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) instructor with 100% pass rate since 2011.

      

Victoria Rollo

Founder, Principal, Head of Drama

  

Victoria graduated from the prestigious Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with BA honours in 2005. Victoria has worked with world renowned Producers, Directors and Theatre companies creating and developing performances for all genres.

While living in Inverness Victoria has taught Acting and performance students from NQ, HNC and HND level at Inverness college. Her work includes Teaching Higher Drama at Eden Court Theatre. Facilitating Drama and Musical theatre workshops for Primary and secondary school pupils.

Victoria has been a LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Drama) instructor with 100% pass rate since 2009.

To date Victoria has Written and directed Musical Theatre, Contemporary and modern plays for young people and community groups in and around Inverness.