|Age Range||18 – 25|
|Dress Size||6/8 – UK|
Molly from Aberdeen Scotland, now based in London, is a technically trained professional dancer, who graduated this July with a First Class BA (Hons) Theatre Dance degree from @ldnstudiocentre.
Having started dancing at 5 years old, Molly has been lucky enough to have already performed at The Royal Albert Hall in 2011 (Dance Proms), the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony in Glasgow 2014 for Amy MacDonald and Sir Rod Stewart, and in David Walliams Gangsta Granny tour leg at Aberdeen HMT in 2017. During her degree training she had the opportunity to work with many leading choreographers/creatives, and was delighted to be a part of the show Liam Francis and Friends, curated by Rambert’s Liam Francis.
Molly is a versatile performer with a quick pick up rate & is always eager to learn and this is demonstrated by her training in LA for three weeks in the summer of 2019 and has continued her training throughout both lockdowns and attending several graduate programmes. She is a fun and bubbly person and cannot wait for the industry to re-open.
Accents and Dialects
Aberdeen (native), American-Standard, American-Southern, Australian, Essex, Glaswegian, RP, Scottish-Standard.
Aerobics, Ballet, Ceilidh Dancing, Choreography, Commercial Dance, Contact Improvisation, Contemporary Dance, Dance (general), Hip Hop, Jazz, Lyrical Dance, Modern Dance, Pas de Deux, Pointe, Street Dance, Tap.
Alto, Harmony Singing, Pop Singing, Singing (general).
Cycling, Gymnastics, Running, Swimming
Cooking/Baking, Dance Teacher, Hair Braiding, IT Literate, Performance Artist, Photography, Story Telling.