Sam Donovan has taught drama for over 15 years. He graduated in English from the University of Liverpool before training at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London. His professional credits as an actor include: Room On The Broom (West End, UK, US and International Tours), Salome (UK Tour), Eric’s (Liverpool Everyman), Billy The Kid (Unicorn Theatre) and Walking on Water (Theatre Centre) for which he won the Dorothy L Sayers award for acting. Sam's credits as a director include Our Boys, David Copperfield, Angel and Christmas Re-loaded. As Artistic Director of PapaTango Theatre Company, he is responsible for bringing the award winning and critically acclaimed "Foxfinder" to the stage.
Suzanne O'Keeffe trained at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester before going on to join the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. With the D'Oyly Carte she toured the UK, America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. She performed for HM Queen at Windsor Castle during the Silver Jubilee celebrations in 1977 and for the President of the United States at the White House. Suzanne also went on to play leading roles in theatre & pantomime. Known by students young and old as "Miss Suzanne", she still appears from time to time on stage as a principal member of the 'Magic of Gilbert & Sullivan'. Most recently she has performed in concert at The Barbican for Raymond Gubbay Ltd.
After training, Craig worked as a performer throughout Europe, the United States of America and the Caribbean. He taught both dance and drama in various London Colleges before returning to Merseyside. Craig teaches all ages from juniors through to adults; he also regularly judges dance competitions throughout the UK.