Brooke - Creative Director


Brooke
Brooke won 2019's Hope Hero Award for making the biggest impact on local families. Brooke works across the UK as a published writer, performer, director, and producer working across national stages including Seven Stories, Edinburgh Fringe BBC Stage, Scottish Story Telling Centre, and Londons Olympic Park Copper Box Arena where she performed with over a thousand children with her Enchanted Rainforest musical.

Brooke's unique and magical fusion of adventure storytelling and pure theatrical performance puts children centre stage to become the play as it unfolds whilst capturing the heart of the parents.


Hannah Mathieson - General Manager and London Adventureteller


Hannah
Hannah is a graduate from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and she has worked for the last 5 years as a professional storyteller and drama practitioner both around the UK and internationally.

Hannah has been leading storytelling sessions in schools and nurseries with Little Supernovas for 3 years.




Amii Groom - Adventureteller


Amii
I fell in love with drama from a early age in school, this is what I wanted to do in my adult life. After school I went and studied performing arts at Amersham and Wycombe college then went on to higher education at BCUC University.

After leaving University I found it hard to pursue my passion, I couldn't find a way into the industry with no experience. I then spent a few years in part time and voluntary work, gaining experience in different fields. I volunteered in various youth camps and programs across London. I had a great job opportunity to teach English in selected schools in Thailand for a few months, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

From all the experience I had gained I realised my second passion is working with children. I soon became a nursery practitioner working with children from 6 months old up to 5 years old. During this time I acquired my NVQ level 3 in childcare. I gained experience across all ages, most of all I enjoyed working with the older age range and soon got a promotion to pre-school room manager. I was constantly doing puppet shows and making up stories with the children.

I wanted to incorporate my two passions to work my dream job. I was over the moon when I was offered a job at Littlesupernovas Limited, as I could finally work with children including my creative side. I now work in many different schools and nurseries across London storytelling.


Daniella - London Adventureteller


Daniella
Daniella attained her Ba(Hons) First Class in Performing Arts in England before returning to Hong Kong, where she grew up, to pursue acting and voice work. Since returning, her credits include films 'Drink Tea Ghost Man' as Annie, 'Dark age' as Nyx and 'Out Of The Blue'. Her voice credits include the lead's in Anime series 'Inazuma 11 Go' (Arion Sherwind) and Ori Princess (Sheree). Also, as narrator and character voices on electronic toys & games (Cartoon Network, V-Tech, Longmans) and TV documentaries ('Art of Sake', HK Government & The British Council).

Daniella specialised in physical and contemporary theatre, as well as writing and adapting plays. She has taught drama to children for several years with youth theatre companies (Faust international) and schools in Hong Kong, where she continued to write and adapt plays and the curriculum.

She is passionate about the medium of drama as a creative avenue for the development and learning of children and is pleased to now be apart of Little Supernovas.





Contact Brooke at Little Supernovas

- E: hello@littlesupernovas.com
- T: 07791 235 247
- W: www.littlesupernovas.com

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