Meet The Young Artists


Aged 10, Monty went to their first ever dance session at The Theatre Chipping Norton led by our artistic director Thomas. Monty then continued to discover their love for dance as part of a 6 week programme with Thomas Page Dances training in contemporary dance techniques based at  Arts at OFS in Oxford. Whilst on the training programme Monty created their first ever solo inspired by the Lego Ninja Movie bringing together a love for dance and martial arts! 


Aged 11, Lily has loved to dance and make up choreographed shows ever since she was really little. Lily enjoys using her psychical and creative energy in this way, allowing her to express her feelings and says when she's "bored there is always something to do!" Lily takes inspiration from Dracey Busell who she sees as a wonderful dancer with a great sense of humour! 


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Aged 14, Eilidh first started ballet age 3, and has taken numerous styles of dance class along the way. After taking a summer intensive course with Thomas Page Dances she realised that contemporary is what she really enjoys. 


Aged 14, Pearl's been lucky enough to have be trained by several dedicated and talented teachers in Oxford in lyrical, funk, jazz, ballet and contemporary over the last 10 years.  She continues to study ballet in Oxford and through the Elmhurst Young Dancers programme,  but her passion for contemporary dance has come to the fore. She is really excited to experience the diverse opportunities which working with Thomas Page Dances Young Artists offers!


Aged 17, Anna has been dancing for 6 years at multiple companies including Step 2 Dance. Her main style is street dance, but she also has training in contemporary, ballet and gymnastics. Over the past couple of years Anna has also taken an interest in both music and drama, hoping to continue in both.


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Discover Their Work


When you think of moments in your life that have an impact on you as "switches" they turn on or off little lights in your heart. Exploring both positive and negative moments in life that shape you, Aphotic, creates an abstract reflection of the emotional journey we experience as humans. Created in a collaborative process the piece draws on ideas and experiences from the young artists providing an honest approach to movement. 

Aphotic Images by Gerraint Lewis Photography


Three episodes exploring the notion of "fitting in."


Assimilate Images by Gerraint Lewis Photography







All images, unless otherwise specified, by Jazzula Donoghue Photography