Becky Adams, Director of Dance Unlimited
Becky has danced since she was 9 years old and trained professionally at The Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama, studying all styles of dance, drama and singing for a 3 year Musical Theatre diploma, graduating with Distinction. Whist training she also completed teaching qualifications with the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association) gaining Honours in all her exams.
Upon graduation Becky worked as a professional dancer for 2 years both in the UK and abroad but after dancing professionally, Becky decided it was time to pursue her main passion, teaching, and gained a wealth of experience teaching in private dance schools, after school clubs, gyms and holiday camps.
After gaining over 7 years of teaching experience, Becky decided it was time to launch her own dance academy and in February 2013 Dance Unlimited was born.
Becky is passionate about delivering great lessons to each and every student, creative and friendly and has a natural ability to teach, ensuring that each pupil reach their full potential.
Our Teaching Team
Miss Cops (Carolan Copley-Tucci) trained for fourteen years, Miss Cops worked who 10 years as a professional dancer all over the world.
Miss Cops has provided children for many shows at Sheffield’s Lyceum & Crucible Theatres as well as working as their Head Chaperone. She has recently finished work as child co-ordinator for The Full Monty UK Tour.
Miss Cops is a qualified teacher with the IDTA and always has lots of fun and creative ideas for her classes.
Miss Ellie has danced all her life, training professionally at Centre Point Vocational College in Manchester and has extensive qualifications with the ISTD.
Miss Ellie is also an award winner at English Ballet Championships and has performed at The Royal Albert Hall and various other venues across the UK.
Miss Ellie’s enthusiasm for teaching ensures her classes are varied, fun and engaging.
Miss Leah has been dancing since before she could walk and been assisting in classes since she was 11 years old!
Miss Leah’s theatre and TV credits are far too long to list here but include several pantomimes at Sheffield’s Lyceum Theatre, UK tours of Annie, Half a Sixpence, Dr Dolittle, Jekyll and Hyde, The King and I as well as several TV campaigns, corporate work and voiceovers.
Miss Leah’s friendly manner makes her an excellent teacher and children are automatically drawn to her approachable nature.
Has been dancing since she was small and holds a foundation degree in Dance Performance and a degree in Performing Arts Industries. Miss Nicky is also currently studying for her associate qualifications with the IDTA. Miss Nicky is full of enthusiasm and great ideas in classes and is a key member of the team at Dance Unlimited.
Miss Livvy has been dancing since she was 3 and is now currently training to become a professional dancer at Phil Winstons Theatreworks. Throughout her younger years Miss Livvy appeared in many professional shows and tours, such as Hello Dolly, Whistle Down The Wind, Jekyll and Hyde, alongside the Sheffield Lyceum Pantomime for 4 years. As well as finishing college a professional dancer, Miss Livvy will also graduate with completed IDTA teaching exams. Miss Livvy has a passion for dance, and aims to bring creativity and friendliness into her classes, as well as new and current choreographic styles.
Miss Charlotte has danced since she was a little girl and has taken part in many professional productions t Sheffield Lyceum Theatre. Miss Charlotte loves to teach our younger pupils and her favourite subject is tap. Miss Charlotte’s warm and friendly manners means her classes are full of fun, imagination and excitement.
Miss Jo fell in love with dance at an early age and took every class her dance school had to offer. She became a teaching assistant at 13 which is where she began to learn the skills to help share her passion for dance with her students. After completing her diploma through the IDTA and further qualifications with Acrobatic Arts she became a fully qualified dance teacher. Before becoming a full-time teacher, at 16 Miss Jo went on to study at Phil Winstons Theatreworks in a variety of styles of dance and after graduating began working as a professional dancer. Her work took her all over the world performing onboard cruise ships and in various productions in Greece, Egypt, China and more! All of which helped widen her knowledge of the dance world. 10 years later, Miss Jo decided it was time to hang up her dancing shoes and settled back in her home town in Chesterfield. She was delighted to join the DU team where she loves working with children of all ages and creating new choreography for their street dance and lyrical classes. She aims to make classes fun, boost confidence and inspire her students to find their passion for dance just as she did!