Age Groups

Primaries 2-7 Year Dancers
Juniors 7-11 Year Dancers
Intermediates 11-15 Year Dancers
Senior Dancers
Adult Dancers
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Chameleon Theatre Arts

The dance school was started in 1987, and Louise Steers took over the dance school in December 2004 and in December 2005 decided to rename the school to Chameleon Theatre Arts. The name was chosen by Louise to represent the performer, as she felt is described appropriately how performers must adapt to new environments, dance and performance styles. At Chameleon we aim to train students to become good all round performers, adaptable to space, social situations, teaching them life skills as well as strong technique, fun show work and graded qualifications (with the Association of American Dancing). We are well known for our confidence building skills also! Many of the students have gone on to Perform or to teach with the encouragement received from teachers at the school.

Louise danced professionally across the globe for some years before taking over the school and renaming it Chameleon Theatre Arts in January 2006, a name she felt summed up the need for performers to be versatile and ever-changing to their environment. Louise Steers is a qualified teacher and member of the Association and also coaches for the South East of England. Louise also regularly trains in upcoming styles and recently completed her teacher training in Street with Urban Strides. The next step for the school will be introducing the education around healthy living and Louise will be taking a course with the CHEK institute in the next year.

The school offers classes for all ages and abilities in Ballet, Tap, Modern/Jazz, Mime, Drama, Singing, Street, Acting and many more new classes opening all the time. Teacher training and qualifications can also be achieved in Ballet, Tap and Modern under the AAD syllabus within the school.

The school opened its very first own studio in 2006 and we are located in Rayleigh.

How to Find Us

  • Leave the A127 taking the exit towards Rayleigh.
  • Follow the High Road to the first mini roundabout and take the 2nd exit (right).
  • Go straight over the next mini roundabout and take the 1st turning on the right after the M&S Food Court.
  • Follow your way to the top of the unmade road and you will find us to your right.