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Kerry Smith
(Miss Kerry)

Kerry started dancing at the tender age of 3 at Sharples Theatre School where she studied RAD Ballet, IDTA Modern and Tap. Whilst there she performed in many pantomimes, was a regular dancer on the TV programme the Quack Chat Show and performed as Ngana in the UK tour of South Pacific.


At 16 she went on to further her education and gained a place at Performers College, London where she trained for 3 years in all styles of dance, singing and drama. She gained her ISTD associates and completed her Diploma in Performing Arts.

She was lucky enough to perform at many events and shows at theatres including Her Majesty’s Theatre, The Royal Albert Hall, The London Palladium and The Piccadilly Theatre to name a few.


Having travelled the world for many years performing on one of the worlds largest cruise ships, Celebrity Cruises, she has vast knowledge and experience of many different styles of dance. She also performed as a Singer with Island Escape Cruises.


Professional Credits include : 42nd Street (UK Tour), Stonewall Equality Show alongside Sir Elton John, George Micheal (Royal Albert Hall), Dancer IBC TV awards Sunday Spectacular backing Gloria Gaynor (Rai Stadium, Holland), Dancer Cystic Fibrosis TV Awards backing Heather Smalls (UK Living SKY ONE), Dancer and U/S Snow White in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Derngate Theatre, Northampton and Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon.) Dancer “Question Time” Kombat Opera (BBC), Aspects of Dance (Savoy Theatre), Liverpool Fashion Week (Olympia Theatre and Adelphi Hotel), MCFC Fashion Show (Manchester City Centre), Anthony Nolan Trust (London Palladium).

Deadmau5 (music video) The Bandits (music video featured artist), Mary Griffin (music video), Blue (music video) Swiftclick (pop promo video). Red Hot in Rio (Manchester), Trail to Timbuktu (Manchester), Rock the Kasbah (Manchester).


Kerry has performed at many corporate events in many top hotels including The Grosvenor, The Dorchester, The Lancaster, The Hilton and danced alongside Jane MacDonald at The Royal Variety Ball.


Kerry moved back to the UK 5 years ago after teaching abroad at a Performing Arts School.

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