Introducing a new generation of talent

  1. Introducing
    Teri Ofon

    Teri is passionate and energetic with a bubbly personality and loves to act, sing and dance. Teri projects confidence and is a fast learner with a positive, resilient attitude and a great team spirit. Teri takes a lot of pride in her work, which is always meticulously completed to a very high standard. Teri's debut performance was the role of Sophie in the West End Production “School of Rock”. Teri is an avid reader and during her spare time she can also be found creating dance routines, singing, drawing or writing.

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    Teri Ofon
  2. Introducing
    Kitty Peterkin

    Kitty is a bright and driven young girl with a love of singing and acting. She learns quickly, takes direction very well and has a fun sense of humour. She has been fortunate enough to work with some incredible directors and producers within Television, Film and Stage. She is lucky to have travelled to far flung places with her roles. At the age of just 10 Kitty became a West End leading lady playing the tile role in Matilda the musical.

    Showreel: https://vimeo.com/268012573

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    Kitty Peterkin
  3. Introducing
    Milly Playle

    Milly Playle

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    Milly Playle
  4. Introducing
    Lila Prideaux

    Lila is a very natural performer who is quietly confident and deeply creative. She loves art, story-telling and regularly entertains her friends and family with quirky creations and characters. She takes direction well and is very quick to learn lines.

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    Lila Prideaux
  5. Introducing
    Chloe Raphael

    Chloe is a cute, fun loving bundle of energy. She has an amazing memory and grasp of language - she loves to talk. Chloe loves to do impressions and is happiest in a tutu dressed up as a fairy princess. Chloe hates creepy crawlies and loves marshmallows - especially pink ones!

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    Chloe Raphael
  6. Introducing
    Natasha Raphael

    Natasha is a naturally funny, bubbly and artistic girl, who is very caring and a deep thinker. She is confident and vivacious so thrives on being set new challenges.
    Natasha loves to sing and is a budding musician. She is a versatile performer and passionate about musical theatre. When she is not performing, she spends her free time with friends, drawing, baking and learning new songs to sing on her ukulele.

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    Natasha Raphael
  7. Introducing
    Grace Schneider

    Poised and confident, Grace is a versatile performer with a wide range of experience. Her highlights include a role in the feature film “Miss You Already”, recording an album at Abbey Road Studios, modeling and commercial work. When she isn’t acting, singing or dancing, this sweet, American girl loves sports, gymnastics and sleepovers with her friends.
    Original cast of School of Rock

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    Grace Schneider
  8. Introducing
    Matilda Shapland

    Matilda adores performing and been lucky enough to work on some great shows and learn from some amazing actors. She is a gifted, but very humble, and entertaining little lady with an impressive work ethic for someone so young.

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    Matilda Shapland
  9. Introducing
    Eleanor Stagg

    Elanor's cheeky personality shines, she is a natural performer and takes direction really well. Well mannered and down to earth, Eleanor enjoys singing, dancing, acting and riding motorcross bikes!

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    Eleanor Stagg
  10. Introducing
    Ailani Verrall

    Ailani is an intelligent, hardworking, fun, energetic girl whose tremendous drive and determination is matched only by her huge personality. She thrives in all aspects of performance including acting, breaking, commercial and contemporary dance but enjoys nothing more than dissecting scripts and taking on characters in different genres and always with a huge smile on her face. When Ailani is not performing, she likes to go to gigs or music festivals and is a football season ticket holder. She also loves animals and is a keen mathematician.

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    Ailani Verrall
  11. Introducing
    Eloise Webb

    "Captivating" is how The Sunday Times Culture section described her. Alastair Lewis, reviewing for onthebox.com was more effusive, writing of her performance in the ITV production of The Scapegoat, "… the best thing about this piece is a show-stealing turn from the nine-year-old Eloise Webb as the young daughter Mary Lou, who belies the phrase 'never work with children or animals' by bringing half the emotional heft of the entire film…".
    It may have been reviews like this which landed her the title role in Kenneth Brannagh’s 2015 production of Cinderella for Walt Disney- among others.
    Her career began with John Lewis's much-celebrated 2010 commercial when she crawled out of a tunnel and into a the nation's hearts. Since then she has steadily expanded her stock of film credits with roles in such films as Red Lights, The Iron Lady and Bel Ami, as well as co-starring in the US sensation American Girl.
    She has worked on a range of television, short film, radio and video-game voice-over projects.
    Although passionate about acting, Eloise is also a committed ballet dancer (distinction at Grade 5) and is currently studying for her Royal Academy of Dance intermediate certificate.

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    Eloise Webb
  12. Introducing
    Charlie Banks

    Charlie is a confident actor with a natural and instinctive talent. During a recent final audition for a feature film, Charlie impressed with his ease on camera and ability to take direction. A grounded and friendly child with a good sense of humour, Charlie likes to spend his time making music, animations and short films and has a passion for action films and children’s dramas. Other talents include singing, drums and trumpet and….mimicking his teachers and his big sister’s ballet dancing!

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    Charlie Banks

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