photo Charlie Condron Founder

Charlie Condron is the founder of Little Stars. She trained at the Arts Educational School London and ALRA (The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts) where she gained a B.A hons in Acting. Charlie has had many Stage, T.V and film credits including; 'Dance Party' for the BBC, 'Filthy Cities' a docudrama for the BBC,'Tezz' a feature film. 'Joseph and The Amazing Technicoloured Dream Coat' West End Tour and 'The Railway Children.'

Charlie has also had experience teaching acting, singing and dancing at 'Perform, 'Theatre Monkeys' and 'Stagecoach.' 

photo Vicki Condron Principal

Vicki has BA (hons) from Manchester University and is qualified teacher with over ten years experience in leadership roles. Throughout her teaching career Vicki has produced and directed many shows and concerts including whole school shows involving 200 pupils. She has been head of performing arts and has ran choirs through her various roles. Vicki has studied and gained many qualifications in dance, drama and singing and adores combining her teaching and performing arts experience to help the Little Stars gain their full potential. Vicki has a passion for everything dramatic and wants to spread that passion far and wide.

photo Natalie Cleverley

Since graduating from Laine Theatre Arts, Natalie has enjoyed a long career performing in many shows both in the UK and abroad. Natalie started out as a dancer, dancing in many summer seasons with great variety stars such as Les Dawson, Ken Dodd, Cannon and Ball, Jim Davidson, Tom O'connor, Leslie Crowther and many many more! She has appeared in over 30 pantomimes playing such roles as Dandini, Aladdin, Jack, Wicked witch of the West, Tiger Lily, Wicked Queen, Queen Rat to name but a few! Touring shows include the national UK tour of 'Stepping Out' in which she played the role of 'Maxine' and 'Mavis', West Side Story playing the role of 'Rosalia', Chartbusters - vocalist and choreographer, and West End in Concert - vocalist and choreographer.Natalie's work has taken her to most theatres here in the Uk - including the London Palladium, and as far afield as The Caribbean, Canada, Belize, The Falkland Islands, The Ascension Islands, Germany and Ireland.Natalie also spent 5 years presenting on the shopping channel 'Price Drop' before going on the be a guest presenter on 'QVC'.During her career Natalie also found time to teach - something she has a great passion for. For the last 7 years she has devoted her time to teaching full time (apart from a spell in panto every Christmas!) and is loving the opportunity to pass her many years of experience on to the wonderful children here at Little Stars. 

photo Tate Miller
photo Sophie Holt

Sophie studied at Masters Performing Arts College and graduated in 2010. Since graduating she has performed as a backing dancer for Hannah Montana and BBC's Children In Need. She has toured across the country performing in U.K. National Tours such as Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom Live, Postman Pat Live and The Railway Children. She has also appeared on ITV's Call the Midwife, Endeavor and BBC's Doctor Who.
Sophie has taught drama in Italy and New York as well as the UK. She loves teaching children and seeing their confidence and skills grow.