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A bit about Nicole...

Nicole has been a professional singer since the age of fifteen.  She has worked alongside some of the worlds leading and best known singers during her successful career.  She now shares her vast experience with other individuals by teaching others to sing.

Initially, Nicole sang jazz and was fortunate to work with some very experienced and seasoned musicians.  Whilst still very young this valuable experience quickly developed a reputation for a vocal sound which belied her years.  At this early stage, Nicole was working with a vocal technician, William Hill of the Welsh National Opera, which secured her solid technical foundation to accompany the natural vocal ability.   


At sixteen Nicole was invited to sing for HRH Princess Margaret  at a Royal Variety Performance. She sang solo with a full orchestra and shared the bill  with many famous show business professionals. This experience took her career into new territory and she went on to work throughout London and across the UK.  


Nicole’s preferred musical genre is Jazz, however with her vocal ability and experience she is able to sing and specialise in All Contemporary Styles including Pop, Soul, RnB, Musicals, Jazz, Swing, Gospel and Country. 


Nicole worked in radio and television as principal vocalist with 'PWS'.  As a session vocalist for many years, she provided backing vocals for Virgin Records and worked with George Michael, Jocelyn Brown, The Pet Shop Boys, Rick Astley,  The Blow Monkeys, Ruby Turner and Sylvia Tella. 


Original projects with producer and writer Clyde Ward based in Berlin and leading gospel artist John Hartley based in Nashville, Tennessee were a great experience before she took a break to have her children


Acreditations for TV and Radio:

KISS FM   |   Capital Radio   |   GWR Radio   |   Choice FM 


Advertising Campaigns:

BMW   |   Nestle   |   Cadbury   |   Rover Cars   |   Marks & Spencer.


Nicole also runs My Theatre Academy, providing disciplined and high-quality training in the three main elements of performance Drama, Dance and Voice - with a programme developed specifically for children aged 7 – 16 years. 

My Theatre Academy - supported by Eastbourne College and located at The Birley Centre in Carlisle Road, Eastbourne - is run by industry and education professionals with wide ranging experience in schools, stage, screen and the recording industry.


The staff possess the experience, knowledge and understanding required to teach practical theatre skills and inspire young people.  


In addition to these three elements students will be encouraged to focus on personal presentation, self discipline and team building.


The performing arts offer enormous benefits to a child's development encouraging and supporting students to develop their individual talents, grow in confidence and self reliance whilst appreciating the value of teamwork in a structured and friendly environment.

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