Kylie Minogue dancer puts Havering students through paces
A CHOREOGRAPHER to the stars has run master class sessions for a new generation of performers studying at Havering College of Further and Higher Education.
Tim Noble, dance captain to Kylie Minogue, Madonna and Gwen Stafani, has been inspiring students to put the right foot forward in honing their skills.
Tim, director of Pure Star Productions, said: “The aim of my company is to inspire and nurture young talent in the UK. It’s about the performer as an individual, being more confident, being physically fitter, learning all the latest dance styles and working on technical dance skills. I always come with a lot of energy and try and inject that into the students.
“I have had a great time at Havering College. The students are incredibly lucky to train in a college with such excellent facilities and great lecturers. Every class has presented fresh dynamics for me as a teacher and choreographer.”
He added: “The sessions have been about setting the students on the right path to achieve their potential. I get them to work hard but my workshops are fun, not boot camps.”
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Tim was in for three days last week and worked with around 50 students.
Aston Joshua, 17, from Ilford, said: “Tim Noble gave us really good knowledge on the whole industry and how it can help us become achievers. He knows how to push people and showed me you can’t get anywhere without working hard.”
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Hornchurch resident Sasha Jadeja, 19, said: “It was really good and I got a lot out of it. Tim gave us a lot of motivation. He made us feel we can do it”
For further information on performance courses at Havering College call Threshold Services on: 01708 462801, email: email@example.com or visit: www.havering-college.ac.uk