International Associate Choreographer

Simone Mistry-Palmer

I started ballet when I was 3 years old, followed by tap at 4 and singing lessons aged 7. I was always that person who made up or remembered the dances we were doing!

When I was 12, my dance teacher mentioned to my parents that I might wish to make a career out of dance.  I started my studies at London Studio Centre at aged 16 and graduated when I was 19.  I became a performer and then was made Dance Captain, followed by being made Resident and Associate Choreographer on different shows. I’ve also performed as a dancer on TV shows such as BBC Children In Need, Top of the Pops and X Factor. 

In the theatre industry, everyone is equally important. It’s about community.