FOUNDER AND TRAINED AT ARTS EDUCATIONAL
Emil trained at Arts Educational Schools, London, where he graduated with a degree in Musical Theatre.
Emil started his career as a member of the National Youth Theatre and The National Youth Music Theatre of Great Britain.
He appeared in Hanging Around at the National Theatre, St Vetus’ Project at Sadler’s Wells and a season at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He then went on to train for three years at Arts Educational Schools, London.
Emil played Otto in Pippin, Police Man in The Pirates of Penzance, Grosvenor in Patience, Bunn Foo in Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Timmony in Carousel.
I WAS INSPIRED TO START UP EDSA
He also appeared in the Sondheim 75th Birthday Celebration at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
Emil appeared in Jack and the Beanstalk, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe and Footloose at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage. Emil was also offered the part of the White Rabbit with the Cambridge Touring Theatre.
Emil has also had an exciting career in television presenting. After presenting on Trouble TV, he went on to train at the London Academy of Film Television and Media, and has worked on radio and a whole host of music festivals and events.
Emil co-presented the Culture Show and presented for Brit Asian TV. Emil also played Mekite on the BBC series Relic. Emil has directed a vast array of performances, starting with his own production company, FluidTheatre.
Emil has taught and trained with various performing arts schools before setting up EDSA.
Emil is known for his sayings and his enthusiasm in teaching the performers of tomorrow!
“If you don’t feel it, fake it…”
- Setting up Emil Dales School of Performing Arts in January 2010 alongside Victoria Hammond
- Setting up Dale Hammond Associates talent agency and seeing members take on West End and UK Tour roles, as well as television and film work
- Appearing in the Sondheim 75th Birthday Celebration at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
- Presenting for Trouble TV and Brit Asian TV