CONTACT

JONATHAN.MAWSON@ME.COM

07894135629

Greater London, United Kingdom

Jonathan is fully DBS checked and regularly teaches guest master classes at performance schools around the UK such as West End Stage Stars, So You Wanna Be, Mainstage Performing  Arts, Bingley Grammar School, Stage Coach, Jenny Elsden School of Dance, plus many more.

If you are interested in having Jonathan teach at your school please email: jonathan.mawson@me.com

Jonathan was previsouly head of dance at So You Wanna Be, Redhill from 2011 to 2015.

 

Working with 3 age groups over 3 hours on a saturday morning Jonathan worked with groups of up to 30 students to develop essential life skills in – confidence, communication, teamwork, discipline and courage.

 

Company Director Steve Clarke wrote: "A uniquely gifted visionary, Jonathan brings story-based choreography to life for SYWB. His stunning themed set pieces integrate all aspects of SYWB training. Jonathan is fast becoming one of the most in-demand innovative young choreographers in the UK."

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Jonathan has been brought in twice to choreograph and teach"Aladdin Jr" and "Batman, The Musical" for King Henry Prep School, Coventry.

 

Rachel Avloniti Head of Year 5 and English and Drama Co-ordinator wrote: "Our Year 6 children have just enjoyed a wonderful two days working with Jonathan. He choreographed 4 dances and a finale for their end of year show involving all of the children.

 

He was excellently prepared and pitched the dances perfectly for a group who varied greatly in ability and confidence! He had an efficient, calm manner with the children, kept them on task and adapted to their needs. All of them responded really positively to their workshops and were all able to learn and perform their dances proudly to their audiences over 4 performances.

 

It was a great privilege for the children and staff to be able to work with a professional. I would recommend him, without hesitation, to any other school who wished to enrich their children’s experience of dance or enhance their school production."