Alice Stewart

Alice has been performing from a young age; starting with training at Dance Warehouse, Canterbury in ballet, jazz and contemporary dance.


Alice continued training at Queen Mary University of London, gaining a BA Hons in English & Drama. During her time there she was part of Queen Mary Theatre Company, taking shows to the Edinburgh Fringe and performing at fringe venues in London.


She has gone on to train in Acting at Rose Bruford College, Sidcup where her studies included Performance Poetry, Meisner, Laban Efforts and Shakespeare. While studying she took on various roles such as Gwendolen Fairfax in The Importance of Being Earnest, Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Yasmine in Build a Rocket, and the titular role in Antigone.


Alice has also worked with many theatre/film companies playing a range of lead and ensemble roles. She has a lot of experience in musical theatre, drama, children’s theatre, short film, puppetry, TIE, touring pantomime, murder mysteries, live art & immersive theatre.


Alice loves working with children of all ages at KSPA and especially loves getting stuck into character work with pupils. “I think my favourite drama technique has to be the old classic ‘Hot Seating’ as it allows actors to really escape into the world of their character- just the most fun ever! It really helps them to develop a lot of confidence in playing their part and bring the character to life on stage.”