Our Tutors



Our tutors are trained at the highest standard in the UK and abroad. They all have public liability insurance,  are DBS checked and are members of professional bodies.








Lisa Pugh (Drama tutor)




Lisa Michelle Pugh is a trained actress who found a passion for acting aged 11 and since then she has been following her dreams of becoming a professional actress. Her training in Newport Film School taught her lessons on Stanislavski, Stella Adler and Sandford Meisner and this training alongside two years in musical theatre has given her the experience and knowledge to work on various different and challenging projects. Lisa has worked on the stage and taken on such roles as Nancy in Oliver Twist and Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream to being cast as Lou in a ITV Wales production called In the Name of the Children. Lisa studied at Act Up North in Manchester for two years and was picked for a series of short films.
Lisa started teaching in 2015 with TV talent; she was able to apply her skills and knowledge in her classes and teach children confidence and acting skills that they could take on with them in the future.
As Lisa started her classes at 11 she is very keen to help the youth of today to follow their dreams and bring out their creative side when teaching at Little Voices.

Some of Lisa’s work can be viewed below:

Short film






Tilda Landehag (Singing tutor)

Born and raised in Sweden, Tilda moved to the UK in 2013 to study at the British and Irish Institute of Modern music. She graduated with a first-class honours degree in 2016 and have since then been awarded with scholarships and prizes for her work as a singer and performer. Tilda’s passion for music has driven her to gain as much knowledge about the voice as possible, from its anatomical construct to how it should operate within an ensemble. Much of Tilda’s research on the voice derives from the teachings of Jo Estill and Georgia Train, Tilda encouraging her students to learn a range of practical exercises that aid the understanding of their voices anatomy. Alongside this, she also mentor on the importance of performer confidence and mental well-being.  Tilda has written and performed in a variety of original bands, had her original music featured at BBC Introducing, performed big festivals and written, recorded, produced and released her own music. Tilda is also an active session singer and top-line writer, you might even hear her singing on one of the SKY adverts on TV.
Watch Tilda perform live by clicking on the links below:

Selma Brook (Drama tutor)    

Selma is a Franco English actress trained at Drama Centre London.

Selma started acting at the age of 15 in France and soon began to build an extensive film, TV and stage career, Selma has also thoroughly enjoyed giving master classes across Paris and London and has a great amount of experience working with young students as well as coaching professional actors.

 Some of her credits include The Tudors, PatriotMaterial girlClara’s Summer and Birdsong. 

Her showreel can be viewed online by following this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yu0Z3VB8wSc












Emma Harding (Singing tutor)



Emma is a 2018 graduate of The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she received a BA in Musical Theatre. She also previously trained at Guildford School if Acting where she achieved her Grade 8 singing and LAMDA exams as well as a foundation degree in musical theatre.

Emma is now a professional actor, singer, musician and dancer, she plays both the Piano and Accordion. Emma is also a passionate teacher who believes in building confidence and developing skills for life through the performing arts. She believes that skills in music and drama can spill out into other aspects of life both as a child and an adult and believes every child should feel confident in their own skin. Emma is really excited about her role as singing teacher here at Little Voices and is looking forward to watching all of the students skills grow. Most of all she intends to have lots of fun!

Recent credits include: Violet Hilton in Sideshow (RCS), Dance Captain in Spring Awakening (Dundee Rep), Various Roles in London Road (RCS), Ensemble in Chess (Edinburgh Festival Theatre)








Isabelle (Izzy) Hatton  (Drama tutor) 

Isabelle works in both music and theatre as a director, workshop facilitator, performer and teacher. She trained in music at the University of Birmingham specialising in flute, musical theatre and opera. After finishing University, Isabelle became a speech & drama teacher in a secondary school whilst completing further training in acting and directing with NEA, LAMDA and The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


After training, Isabelle decided to focus her attention towards directing and assisting. She has worked on productions such as Billy Budd(Bolshoi Theatre/ENO), Madama Butterfly (Teatro Nacional de São Carlos/Opera North), Aida(Opera Holland Park), Coronation of Poppea(Ryedale and Grimeborn festival),L’elisir d’amore(Royal Opera House), Ariodante(Royal Academy of Music) Mikado/Hansel & Gretel(Co Opera Co) and Il Trovatore(Dorset Opera).


In between productions, Isabelle works in arts education as a workshop facilitator and a freelance teacher of music and drama around schools in London. She has worked for Learning & Participation at The Royal Opera House where she led workshops in opera characterisation and chorus work for the Schools Matinee programme.









Louise Greenfield (Singing Tutor)



Classically trained under various opera singers and vocal practitioners from a young age, Louise completed her Music degree at the University of Manchester. During this, she studied a semester abroad at the University of Melbourne/Conservatorium of Music where she studied, among other subjects, music psychology and vocal performance. In 2015, she was awarded a distinction in her Masters’ in Psychology from Leeds Beckett University.

As well as mainstream teaching, Louise has particular experience and skill working with SEN children/young people in scholastic, performance and youth work settings, working with verbal and non-verbal young people with various needs such as developmental delay, autism, Down’s syndrome and ADHD. She is also well versed in issues regarding LGBTQ+ inclusivity, and has worked with transgender singers. Louise’s teaching aims to facilitate a warm, fun atmosphere drawing on her own classical experience, but in Musical Theatre.

Always mindful of positive vocal health and development, Louise aims to produce a singing experience for children and young people which supports them to be creative, to think for themselves and to engage in compassionate self-critique.