July 2022

NEW PERFORMERS TAKE A LEAP OF FAITH TO JOIN REVOLUTION PERFORMING ARTS

RPA Gets New Performers
Swindon-based company Revolution Performing Arts welcomes new talent, Louise Montague and Charlotte Simonis to their leaders.

As the performing arts company enters a busy summer of classes, Louise and Charlotte bring their years of professional experience to RPA. They’ll support children with singing, dancing and acting in Swindon and the surrounding areas.

RPA Gets New Performers
Revolution Performing Arts team including founder Fi Da Silva Adams (far left, purple skirt) and new leaders Louise Montague (second in from right in denim shorts) & Charlotte Simonis (camera right of Fi Da Silva Adams in white top, grey shorts, front row, big smile). 

The new additions – RPA Gets New Performers

Louise, 36, is starting as a dance leader. She trained at the world-renowned Tring Park School for the Performing Arts and has worked as a cast member in Disneyland Paris.

She said: ‘I’m beyond excited to reignite the fire inside me for dance. I’ve danced my entire life. I started at Haven holiday park as a dance leader, and I’ve been fortunate to showcase my talent a lot since! I’ve got lots of experience as a dance teacher as well as being a dancer. Children are always excited when I mention I used to work at Disneyland Paris. I can honestly say I’m good friends with Minnie Mouse and Cinderella!’

Having two children herself and previously teaching baby ballet, Louise acknowledges the joys of working with young people and the positive effect you can have on their lives.

Charlotte, 29, is starting as a sing leader at RPA. She’s trained at London School of Musical Theatre and worked with many professionals including West End musical performer Kerry Winter.

‘I love leading the children in singing – it’s such a blessing to see their confidence grow. Nothing means more to me than seeing them go home with a smile because they had FUN!’ Charlotte said.

Charlotte also has a six-year-old daughter, so appreciates the dedication and optimism children bring to her lessons.

RPA

One of the South West’s leading performing arts companies for children and young people, Fiona Da Silva Adams founded RPA n 2007. The company specialises in empowering young people and now adults to celebrate their individuality through the power of performing arts.

All the teachers are DBS checked, trained in first aid and receive training in safeguarding protocols. For more information visit https://revolutionpa.co.uk