Vicky Sklar

Co Artistic Director Little Pixie Productions

Vicky trained at the Elliott Clarke School studying many different forms of Dance, Drama and Music and at the Urdang Academy where she gained a Diploma in Performing Arts. This was followed by further training achieving a Diploma in Community Dance and Movement from the Laban Centre. Vicky covered both practical and theoretical issues including teaching studies, creative and therapeutic dance, arts administration, choreography, community studies, choreological studies and the opportunity to study many dance techniques such as Merce Cunningham and Limón.


Some of her teaching credits and experience includes: Carmen Workshop (Relative Pitch Opera); Creative Production Workshops for MOMI; Lecturer at The College of North East London teaching GSCE Dance, A Level Performing Arts and A Level Dance; Dance at Rhodes Farm for Dr Dee Dawson working with children and young adults with eating disorders; Creative Dance with Key Stage 2 pupils for emotionally disordered children; Theatre in Integrated Education Project and Dance, Drama and Singing Projects with Chicken Shed Theatre Company; Assisting visually impaired children at the Royal Academy of Dancing; Creative and Therapeutic Dance Workshops for Kith and Kids Summer Project; Creative and Therapeutic work during Stanley Hamilton's workshops at the Richard Cloudesley School - an outstanding school for pupils with physical disabilities and additional sensory needs. Vicky has also gained her stage one sign language qualification.


Creative, Directing and Choreography credits include Granny's Big Top Tale, Turned Out Nice Again! and What Became of the Red Shoes? (Little Pixie Productions).


Vicky's performing credits include: Member of the Mystery Lace Ballet Company (Portugal); Abigail Williams in the Crucible (Westminster Youth Group); Choir in both Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Paddington Bear's Magical Musical (Liverpool Empire and Southport Theatre); Dancer in Cinderella (Neptune Theatre Liverpool); Dancer at the International Garden Festival (Liverpool); Dancer for the opening of the Albert Dock (Liverpool).


Vicky is also a fully qualified florist and runs her own cottage industry business, Thatch & Bloom, making inspired floral designs and offering a bespoke service for all occasions.