Meet The Team

Harry Hindley

Harry Hindley

Harry has been involved in Musical Theatre throughout the East Midlands all his life. 

Harry has received a triple Distinction in Performing Arts (extended diploma) and has also achieved a Distinction in Grade 8 Musical Theatre with the London College of Music Examination board. He has also completed a One Year Intensive Drama School Course at Funky Studios.

Harry has worked in a variety of Theatre Schools and Primary Schools across the East Midlands.

During 2020 Harry was a resident Entertainer for Warner Leisure Hotels where he performed in the show team's evening Productions and Cabarets. 

Harry now teaches Singing and Acting at Copper Studios to many over 100 students per week as well as being the Creative and Business director of 'Copper Entertainment' producing, directing and composing professional touring musicals and immersive theatre. 

Performance credits include: Oliver, Peter Pan, The King & I, Spelling Bee, An Inspector Calls, Hello Dolly, 13 the Musical, Little shop of Horrors

Other Credits include:

Backing vocals for 'Pink Floyd Tribute Band' and ‘Children in the Workhouse’ for Richard and Judy Show on Channel 4. 

Megan Hindley

Megan Hindley

Megan began performing at the age of 3. She has technical training and AAD examinations in Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, and Acrobatics. From a young age musical theatre has been a huge passion for Megan which lead her to add acting to her list of skills at the age of 12. Megan has taken part in many performances and shows throughout the years including being in the premier of a new musical at the National Theatre in London. She found her passion for teaching after completing a one year Intensive Drama School course at Funky Studios. 


Performance Credits include; Mary Poppins, Annie, 13 The Musical, Spelling Bee (Dance Captain), Little Shop of Horrors (Dance Captain). 

Other Credits; Ballerina Magic DVD

Education; A Level Dance (A)

Musical Theatre Extended Diploma (triple distinction)

Emily Hallam

Emily Hallam

Emily has been interested in drama since a young age just as a hobby ,to then taking GCSE and A levels in drama and performance. Emily received an unconditional offer to study drama and musical theatre at the University of Wolverhampton where she then graduated with a 2:1. University gave 

Emily has turned her interest into educating others in the performing arts, currently within her first year of teaching at a local secondary school where she teachers drama from year 7 up to A-Level.  


Performance credits include;

Playhouse Creatures, Fright night, 

Les Miserables, Drowsy Chaperone

Title of show, Soho Cinders

East, Metamorphis, Two, 

Zak Scott and Friends, A night at the musicals