Paul Nicholas Paul became a household favourite with his role as Vince in the BAFTA award-winning BBC television series Just Good Friends and for LWT's major drama series Bust, for which he was nominated Best Actor. For his service to show business and charity Paul was awarded a Silver Heart from the Variety Club Of Great Britain. In 2006 Paul, in partnership with actress Karen Roberts, founded the Paul Nicholas School of Acting with the aim of giving young people the opportunity to learn all the necessary skills needed to perform in theatre and television. We all worry about our kids and what sort of future they may have. Through our school,  we will give your children the skills, help and encouragement they need to prepare not just for a career in acting but life in general. The Paul Nicholas School of Acting Bromley caters for children aged from 3-18. It's a unique opportunity for them to learn all the necessary skills to act on both stage and screen. Fiona Treadaway Fiona Treadaway is Principal of the Bromley school. A dancer from the age of three, Fiona has also been involved with Youth Theatre and drama from the age of 10, and has taken the lead roles in many productions and performed in theatres around her home town of Glasgow and local, regional theatres, as well as in the West End Fiona has had lots of experience in teaching, having run many dance and drama workshops over the years, both professionally and voluntarily and speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese. Fiona has also gained many different qualifications including a Diploma in Performing Arts, spending her first year studying at the Urdang Academy of Ballet and Performing Arts before moving to the London Studio Centre in order to gain a variety of dance and drama techniques.   Fiona Mooi Paul Nicholas Call us now on 020 8462 9447 or 07764762010