My journey with Theatretrain started back at university
I was on a BA hons degree Popular music and technology. Music had always been a passion, I was always in school choirs, wrote songs and played guitar. I was an optional module of Musical Theatre where I first discovered my real passion. My singing teacher at the time asked if I thought about teaching, I said no way I had no patience for teaching. She said it will fall in my lap and I will love it. Not long after that she got me an interview for a teaching role at Theatretrain and my teacher was right.
I taught for Theatretrain for 4-5yrs and in between that I was working in a pub and the occasional gig in London. I hit 25 and realised my life wasn’t where I’d hoped it would be and if I didn’t change it, I wouldn’t move from my current position.
One for the memory books, breastfeeding in the Royal Albert Hall!
In 6 months I have turned my Stevenage centre around
In terms of tips or advice, I wish someone had taught me about goal setting and tracking things monthly. This shows me regularly how things are going and if there is a problem, I can deal with it straight on. Also it helps you spot wins you may have missed!