Interested in acting, singing and dancing? Welcome to Dramatic Moments!
Dramatic Moments Ltd is a Cambridge based Theatre Workshop Group run by husband and wife team,
Philip and Jill Sutcliffe.
We have 2 main focuses:
• Holiday Musical Theatre and Drama Workshops
• Weekly Musical Theatre and Drama Classes
The Holiday Courses are located at St Faiths School, Cambridge (Summer Holidays) and The Stephen Perse Foundation, Cambridge (Christmas Panto). The Weekly Classes are at St.Faiths. Both provide excellent facilities and a convenient position near the town centre.
Meet the team
Jill Sutcliffe BA Hons, PGCE, Dip. Drama in Education
Jill is our director and resident playwright. She has been a Drama Queen for more years than she cares to remember, fluctuating between performing and directing. Jill is Head of Drama at King’s College School, Cambridge, where she regularly produces and directs shows with large casts. Jill firmly believes that Drama can help to build self-confidence and self-esteem, and has seen the difference it has made to so many young people, across many areas of their lives, both academic and social.
Philip Sutcliffe BA Hons, Dip. Mus, ARMCM (Perf.)
Philip is our Musical Director and has been in the music business for many years. Having sung professionally, he now teaches in several prominent Cambridge schools, including King’s College, The Leys and The Perse Prep School. His lively, enthusiastic and eclectic approach to music has taken him from a rock band to opera, and he has encouraged many children to take up singing and to tread the boards in musical productions.
Rachel Osborne BA Hons, PGCE
Having graduated from Warwick University with a first in Literature and Theatre, Rachel has worked within varying theatrical contexts; from international outdoor theatre and circus festivals, to assistant producer for a high profile production starring Eve Ensler and Thandie Newton. She has recently successfully completed her P.G.C.E. at Pembroke College, Cambridge and is now teaching at Bottisham Village College. Rachel strongly believes that drama can be highly influential in terms of young people’s social and academic development.