Meet Our Tutors

Meet Our Tutors
Here in South West London!

Here at Little Voices we pride ourselves on traditional yet inspirational, fun filled lessons, which are taught by passionate and highly qualified tutors so that your child can excel in a happy and safe environment.

Our tutors are carefully selected for both their teaching ability and performing arts talent, but also for how they live our Little Voices values, creativity and ability to inspire others.

Our tutors have a wealth of experience, their lessons help children to learn new skills in a fun and engaging way. Their lessons offer a nurturing and inspirational environment, where your child is given the opportunity to build new life skills, make new friends, and above all, leave with a smile!


Ashlea Pearson – Principal

Ashlea is the principal of Little Voices South West London. Ashlea is also is a vocal tutor at Putney, Richmond and Fulham. She has a wealth of live performance experience and numerous years of being classically trained has put her in great stead to be a leading vocal tutor at her very own centre’s throughout South West London. Ashlea is extremely passionate about Little Voices and all of her pupils, she works closely with her team of tutors to make sure lessons of distinction are delivered in a fun, engaging and unique way.

 

 


Amy Gough

Amy started performing at the age of 2 and hasn’t stopped since! She loves doing it and teaching it – It’s such a great way of expressing yourself, whilst having fun.
Upon moving to London, she trained at ArtsEd, gaining BA (Hons) and she’s also a qualified dance teacher with the ISTD. Throughout teaching, she has been fortunate to perform professionally in Plays and Musical Theatre.
Amy loves being part of the Little Voices team and gets such a thrill from seeing her students blossom and grow.
Amy teaches at our centre in Chiswick at CBPPS, as well St Pauls Barnes, Carlisle Infants. She is also our lead tutor for all of our Richmond holiday camps. She is an absolute asset to our team and is incredibly caring, thoughtful and inspiring.
Amy teaches at our centre in Chiswick at CBPPS, as well St Pauls Barnes, Carlisle Infants. She is also our lead tutor for all of our Richmond holiday camps. She is an absolute asset to our team and is incredibly caring, thoughtful and inspiring.

Julia Bird

Julia has been teaching performing arts for over 11 years and is a triple threat, teaching drama, singing and dance.

Julia is our lead LAMDA drama and musical theatre tutor in Putney and Fulham.
She loves teaching musical theatre and LAMDA to our students and is a much loved member of our team. She has the patience of a saint and has been a fantastic rock to our students whilst we have been teaching remote for a lot of the year.

 

 

 


Lizi Cole

Lizi studied at Royal Holloway, University of London and has a consultancy background in Drama teaching for everyday performance – from corporate clients to the House of Parliament!

Lizi’s degree focused on Dramathearpy and she began teaching drama in Early Years settings, learning disability charities, boarding schools and Home Education groups.
She has taken many students through their LAMDA exams including those with significant special educational needs.
Her favorite thing about teaching is the privilege of coming alongside children to watch them bloom.
Lizi teaches our students at Christs School and Old Vicarage as well as all our students at our Richmond public centre at Christs School.
Lizi has a fantastic aura about her teaching and being a mum herself she really does look after and inspire each and every one of our students. She has over 10 years of LAMDA teaching experience and regularly trains any new tutors that join our team on how to teach LAMDA. We are SO lucky to have her!

Amy Hargreaves

Amy is from West Yorkshire and started taking Drama, Dance and Singing lessons from the age of 5. She then went on to graduate from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a BA Hons Acting in Musical Theatre.
Since graduating, Amy has taught at various Performing Arts Schools around London, working with children from ages 3-16yrs, and she thoroughly enjoys teaching and passing her knowledge onto the younger generation.
Amy teaches at our centre in Chiswick at CBPPS.  She is loves being part of the Little Voices team and is always bringing a smile to our students faces! She’s gentle, caring and is such a lovely person inside and out.

 

 


Lisa Michelle Pugh

Lisa Michelle Pugh is a welsh actress/dancer and singer living in London. Lisa trained in acting from the age of 11, she stared in her first role when she was 14 and went on to continue studying and performing from there. She has played such parts as ‘Nancy’ in Oliver Twist, ‘Ariel’ in Return to the forbidden planet and ‘Puck’ in A Midsummer Nights Dream. Lisa loves teaching this skill to the next generation as performing arts in such a huge passion of hers, she enjoys how much confidence it brings to young children and how they can apply this skill in every aspect on their life. Performing helped Lisa come out of her shell and be more confident growing up and she hopes that by teaching more and more children she can begin to show them their potential and how much they can do if they truly believe in themselves.
Lisa teaches our lessons at Kensington Wade and Oasis Putney. She is super dedicated, inspiring and brings an amazing energy to all of her classes.

Chloe Rollond

Chloe grew up performing in musicals in her home city of Perth, Western Australia. When she graduated from school she moved to Melbourne to study at Federation University Arts Academy. While studying she was a part of several productions, including playing the lead roles of Kim in Bye Bye Birdie and Johanna in Sweeney Todd.
While studying Chloe worked as a Children’s Entertainer, which is where she discovered her love of working with children. After graduating with her Bachelor of Musical Theatre (First Class Honours), Chloe found out she had been accepted into the prestigious Masters of Musical Theatre course at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and she began her next adventure as she moved to the other side of the world.
Whilst in Cardiff Chloe was Dance Captain, as well as playing the role of Jenny, in their production of Company. She was also part of the cast of the UK premiere of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.Chloe graduated with her Masters and the Prudence Emlyn-Jones Award for Dance in 2019 which is when she packed up her life again and started her dream of living in London. In London Chloe began teaching children and loves that she can share her love of singing and drama with the next generation of performers. She brings lots of live performance experience to her lessons and our students love her!
Chloe teaches our Mini Voices class at The Roche School.

Georgia Thomas

Georgia is a professional actress who trained in acting and musical theatre at The London School of Musical Theatre. Since graduating, she has worked in theatre, TV and on cruise ships. She has been teaching drama, singing and LAMDA for several years and has a wealth of experience.
All of our students absolutely LOVE Georgia’s energy and spirit! She is a fantastic musical theatre and LAMDA tutor and she really does care about each and every child she teaches.
Georgia teaches at our centre in Putney at The Roche School. She is also our lead tutor for all of our Fulham holiday camps.
Georgia brings a wealth of experience to her lessons and our students absolutely love her!

 


James Thomas

James has been with us for many years. He is a professional actor with over ten years experience in the industry. He holds a BA in Drama and Theatre from Royal Holloway, University of London and his speciality is comedy – he always brings a sense of fun and humour to the classroom which our pupils absolutely love!

James teaches for us at Unicorn school, as well as helping out at our holiday camps.

Thank you James for being such an inspirational, fun tutor!