• Find out about our courses

Trinity Centre School Manager: Lauren Pascolutti BA (Hons)

Lauren trained as a professional performer at Bird College and Bodywork Cambridge.  She graduated with a BA (Hons) Theatre from the Guildford School of Acting.  Lauren is a registered chaperone.

Lauren began as a student at the Guildford Theatre School and has taught on the school’s Easter and Summer workshops in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland and Guildford Summer Youth Projects since 2015.  Lauren joined the Guildford Theatre School faculty in 2019.

Electric Theatre/G Live School Manager: Jordan Walker

Jordan is studying on the BA (Hons) degree in Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting.  He has participated in workshops with  YMT: UK, performing in the world premiere Busted the Musical at the Theatre Royal, Brighton.  Jordan is a qualified first aider and a registered chaperone.

Jordan has worked with Hullabaloo’s Interactive Theatre as a children’s entertainer and he is a member of the Youth Arts Advisory Team for the Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey.  Jordan’s professional credits include the title role in the pantomime Aladdin at the Courtyard Theatre, Antrim, and as ensemble in the national tours of Evita, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Scottish Ballet’s production of Hansel and Gretel.

Jordan began as a student at the Guildford Theatre School’s Easter and Summer workshops in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland in 2012 and joined the Guildford Theatre School faculty in 2018.

Beverley Hall School Manager: Louise Clayton BA (Hons)

Louise’s introduction to acting was through the National Youth Music Theatre which she joined at a young age and performed in many of their productions in various venues around the UK including The Edinburgh Festival, Glyndebourne and Buckingham Palace.  She was also invited by them to perform at Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 50th Birthday Celebrations at The Royal Albert Hall.  She graduated from Mountview Theatre School with a BA Hons in Performing Arts.  Louise is a qualified first aider and registered chaperone.

Since leaving Mountview, she has played the role of Linda in Blood Brothers in both the West End and on tour.  Other professional performance credits include, Popcorn by Ben Elton at The Liverpool Playhouse, The Emperor and the Nightingale at The Watermill Theatre, Dick Whittington (Alice) and Jack and the Beanstalk (Princess), both at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre and Aladdin (Princess Jasmine) at The Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man.  Louise has also performed in various concerts throughout the UK and very much enjoys sharing her knowledge of the performing arts by leading theatre workshops for her husband’s company Stage-ed.

Louise’s greatest achievement by far however, was the birth of her children, who will no doubt be following in her mother’s footsteps and joining the GTS team as soon as she can get tap shoes to fit them!

Louise joined the Guildford Theatre School team in 2015.