Ramsey Crookall sponsors talented young dancer
11 September 2020
Ramsey Crookall is proud to be sponsoring a talented young dancer Alicia Schofield's attendance at the SLP College (Leeds) through the 2020 IOM Arts Aid charity, where she will be starting her three-year Level 6 diploma course.
A promising dancer, Alicia Schofield and Sam Baxter won Isle of Man's got talent at the Villa Marina in 2015 with a winning couple's performance. She competed in the Next Big Thing 2018 held at the Gaiety Theatre where she earned a respectable third place alongside Molly Bowman.
Arts Aid is an independent Isle of Man charity established in 2018 with foundation funding from the Isle of Man Arts Council as an Island of Culture legacy project. Arts Aid provides financial support to exceptionally talented Isle of Man students in the arts to help fund their studies. The charity seeks to make a difference in situations where Isle of Man Government funding is unavailable, or students require additional financial support.
SLP College (Leeds) has a first-class faculty encompassing professionals from television and the theatre and is one of the UK's leading training grounds for young artistic performing talent.