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Angela Towler Biography
Angela Towler was born in Aberdeen and lived in Coronation Road, Peterculter with her parents and older sister Amanda.
Angela was educated at Peterculter Primary School and Cults Academy. At school she took an active part in school plays and enjoyed choreographing the dance routines.
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At the Aberdeen Arts Centre she undertook dancing lessons with Jean Mason. This included classes in disco and tap dancing and ballet. These classes lead to many stage appearances in public shows at the Aberdeen Arts Centre in King Street. Angela Towler was also taught at the Karen Berry School of Dance.
She was a waitress at The Ploughman restaurant in Peterculter. The owners, Graeme and Shirley Whyte, bought Angela her first pair of dancing shoes that launched her professional dancing career.
Dancing Career Of Angela Towler
Angela trained with the London Contemporary Dance School when she was 16. She later joined 4D, the school's performance group.
After graduating in 1992 Angela worked as a dancer at the London Contemporary Dance School until 1995. She then started performing for the Richard Alston Dance Company from 1995 to 1999. During this time she performed at the Royal Opera House.
Angela Towler is now a professional dancer with the Rambert Dance Company. She has been with them since July 1999. She is a guest teacher of professional contemporary dance classes at The Place, London.
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Television Appearances Of Angela Towler
When she was 16 Angela appeared on the children's TV programme Hangar 17 as a background dancer.
Theatre Appearances Of Angela Towler
Choreography Work Of Angela Towler
In 2005 Angela worked with Martin Joyce for the International Herald Tribune Arts Season.
Angela Towler now lives with fiance Robert Oliver, a production manager for Live Events, in Walthamstow in London but returns frequently to Aberdeen. In 2006 she performed at His Majesty's Theatre
from 7 - 9 February.
Theatre Management Association Awards 2007
In October 2007 Aberdeen dancer Angela Towler was nominated for the Theatre Management Association Awards 2007 in the outstanding achievement dance award section. Angela Towler is the only dancer in the running to win the award, the other finalists are dance groups. These include the dance event Breakin' Convention 2007 and the Birmingham Royal Ballet. The Theatre Management Association Awards 2007 will take place on 31 October 2007 at the London Hampstead Theatre.
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