Former Debs Dancer wins Disneyland Paris contract

Debs Dancers are celebrating the success of a second of their young Uckfield dancers who has secured a contract on completion of professional dance training.courtney_boyle

At the end of last month we reported on Arlene Phillips giving Gabriella Antrobus her first professional role in Monty Python (Live) at the O2 Arena.

Now Deborah Lamb, principal at Deborah Lamb Theatre Arts aka Debs Dancers, says that Courtney Boyle has won a contract for three months at Disneyland Paris. She will dance in shows and parades.

Courtney has trained at Laine Theatre Arts for the last three years and graduated with a professional diploma in dance from Trinity College of London.

She joined Debs Dancers at the age of three and did all her training in ISTD Tap and Modern from Grade 1 to Advanced; RAD ballet up to Intermediate and all medals, bronze, silver and gold in Jazz and Tap.

Courtney also attained her Diploma in Dance Instruction in modern and tap at The Deborah Lamb Dance Centre, an approved teacher training centre for the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.

Deborah said: “Courtney is a beautiful dancer who is hopefully embarking upon a long and successful dance career. She is another wonderful role model to the rest of Debs Dancers to be the best you can be.”

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