Priscilla was a member of the National Youth Theatre appearing in “Zigger Zagger” and “Fuzz”. She then trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London and holds equity membership.
In 1972 she founded her own drama school in the midlands which she handed over to her daughter in 2013 although she continues to teach youngsters and adults at her home studio.
Priscilla joined the LAMDA board of examiners in 1986 and has examined throughout the UK, Spain, Singapore, USA, Malta, Sri Lanka & Dubai. She has been an adjudicator in Speech & Drama for the British and International Federation of Festivals since 1991 and has adjudicated in Bermuda, Sri Lanka and Hong Kong (8 times).
Since 1998 she has been Voice Advisor to the Amateur Swimming Association, for whom she delivers Voice Protection courses for swimming coaches nationwide and she is also a registered Tutor for the Voicecare Network and a published author on Shakespeare. Priscilla has directed and acted in over 40 plays, musicals and pantomimes during her performing life.
Now, she spends most of her time in the business sector with her company, Loud & Clear voice coaching. As a professional speaker she appears at conferences and seminars nationwide and enjoys entertaining audiences on P&O and Cunard cruise ships.
Born in Aberdeen, Tish trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She has a wide range of experience in teaching all age groups in schools, colleges and in the business world and is visiting lecturer in vocal communications in colleges in the UK and in Italy. Tish examines for the English Speaking Board (International) Ltd. As well as ‘Voice Over’ work, she has experience as a performer and a director and is a trained singer, specialising in recitals of poetry and song. From an early age Tish took part in festivals and, as well as being an adjudicator for The British and International Federation of Festivals, still works closely with Chipping Norton Festival after stepping down as their Organiser and Chairman in May 2016. BCAD
Mia took her LGSM while reading for an Honours degree in English. She then went to work for BBC Radio, mainly in the Drama Department. Having a family encouraged her to go into teaching and she has taught all age groups in a variety of settings, including running her own Workshops and taking GCSE and “A” Level courses in schools as well as preparing students for grade examinations. She holds the MA in Voice Studies from the Central School and now examines for LAMDA as well as running workshops and teachers’ courses in this country and abroad. Mia is also an adjudicator for The British and International Federation of Festivals. DCBA