Victoria Rehm


Vikki started dancing at the age of three, taking time out during her teens and returning to it as an adult during university. Though primarily trained in ballet, tap and modern, she has also dabbled in various other styles along the way, ranging from folk dancing to contemporary dance to street and commercial dance. She currently takes classes at the Challis School of Dance in Tring, Hertfordshire, where she recently passed the RAD Intermediate vocational-grade ballet exam with merit. She has also previously gained advanced qualifications in tap and modern as well as other ballet certificates.

Vikki loves dancing on stage and aside from performing her own choreography at Felici’s “Fairies in the Garden” in 2016, she has also appeared in excerpts from the ballets “Sleeping Beauty” (bluebird variation), “Coppelia” (czardas), Swan Lake (cygnets dance) and Midsummer Night’s Dream (as Titania). She has performed on the West End stage with Challis at a student showcase, as well as in numerous school recitals, and regularly takes part in amateur dramatic productions - usually as a dancer and chorus member. Highlights here include a ballet to open “Princess Ida” (choreographed by Felici’s Gordon Hodges), dancing the can-can as a grisette in “Merry Widow”, and appearing as a specialist tap and jazz dancer in “Anything Goes”. Her most recent role is another balletic one as a Geminae twin in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”.