About Us

At Superstar Bootcamp we offer an exciting opportunity for everyone to experience all areas of entertainment and media, whilst finding their inner Superstar and letting it shine through. Whether it is through presenting, djing, script writing, sound engineering, singing, dancing, acting or song writing, we really believe in bringing out the maximum potential in all of our Superstars. We focus on team work and confidence building, both of which are greatly beneficial in all areas of life whilst encouraging everyone to be the very best that they can be.

At the end of the week we present The Superstar Performance. This is a wonderful time for everyone to celebrate and a chance for all of the children to take to the stage and perform for you.

“It’s my vision, my dream to encourage as many of our children to grow confidently and really believe in themselves. They can do or be anything that they want to be if they just believe.  They are all Superstars!”

Believe and Achieve!

Next Bootcamp Dates

19th – 23rd February

Fradley Village Hall 10am – 4pm

3rd – 7th April

Fradley Village Hall 10am – 4pm

30th July – 3rd August

Fradley Village Hall 10am – 4pm

6th – 10th August

Fradley Village Hall 10am – 4pm

Meet The Team

Rachel White

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With over twenty years experience, Rachel showed signs of a future singer/songwriting career very early on, penning her first song at the age of seven. Rachel spent her school years singing and performing to local and national audiences whilst training at The Sylvia Bird School of Dance, The Royal Leamington Spa Children’s Choir and The Belgrade Youth Theatre. Rachel’s writing and performing naturally lead to all areas of the arts which advanced to directing and devising her own production at the age of sixteen gaining respectful press coverage.

Rachel went on to travel the world entertaining and head lined the QE2. After shopping demos she eventually landed an artist management deal and enjoyed a whirlwind of success. This included supporting major chart acts on a number of arena tours. Steps, Westlife, Mis Teeq, Five and Atomic Kitten. Her first independent release with self-penned track ‘Cinderella’s Playing Out’ reached No.7 in the UK dance charts as well as No.20 on the Box TV Charts. The video was shot in Arizona with Director Steve Price.

Rachel was also chosen to represent the UK twice as a Musical Ambassador with the BBC, traveling to Kosovo to launch Top of the Pops and China for World Aids Day. The event in China was the first TV collaboration between the BBC & China and was aired to over eighty million viewers. With over sixteen thousand entrants from one hundred and twelve countries, Rachel came third in The International Songwriting Competition 2011 just behind Bastille and Kimbra (Goyte).

Rachel has had several songs signed exclusively this past year to both publishers and international artists scheduled to be released in 2016. When Rachel is not busy in the studio writing & recording she is also a well respected DJ in her own right and has presented a daily morning show on local radio station 106.8 TCRfm. With a background of presenting on MTV and Nickelodeon Rachel has enjoyed hosting local festivals and ‘Party in the Parks.’

Rachel has written and featured on a track with local underground MC’s Rivem & Bash called “Make The Floor Burn.” Already receiving great reviews the track has been played on Radio 1 BBC Introducing, Capitol and Silk fm. Rachel is currently working on a number of studio projects and has teamed up with Groove Digital Records for project LEWIS & WHITE with tracks being released from the EP very soon.

Rachel has worked closely with The Fradley Players Kidz for their annual panto performances and enjoyed being a judge on Lichfield’s Got Talent 2015 where she directed the opening performance of Matilda with The LGT Kidz.

Rachel has just returned from panto in Torquay where she played the Evil Queen in Snow White, at The Princess Theatre, with great reviews.


Tom Jauncey

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Tom has been performing all his life and is currently training at Birmingham Ormiston Academy, BOA, the BRIT School’s sister academy, studying Acting.  He first set foot on stage at the age of seven with the Tamworth Pantomime Company and has never left!  As well as acting, Tom has a true passion for presenting.  He hosts on a number of radio stations across the UK including TCR FM and more recently Feel Radio, sponsored by O2 working together to create work experience opportunities for young people.

Some of his previous experience includes teaching acting at Enact Academy in Tamworth and performing with the Birmingham Repertory Theatre the a production, Man Of Mode in conjunction with Birmingham Ormiston Academy.  Tom  recently won rave reviews for his performance as Professor Digory Kirke in “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” at the Birmingham Ormiston Academy theatre.