Patsy Browne-Hope graduated from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance in 2010 with First Class Honours. On graduating from NSCD she went on to work with Protein Dance Company devising, performing and teaching. During her time with the company she completed extensive national and international tours of ‘(In)visible Dancing’ and the critically acclaimed ‘LOL (lots of love)’ which took the company across the globe to 14 different countries. As a teacher for the company Patsy has been involved in several projects including time spent at the Evelina Childrens Hospital whereby the company worked alongside physiotherapists to support the rehabilitation of children after surgery. As a performer Patsy has also worked for Paramount Pictures (‘WWZ’), Bare Bones Dance Company (‘The Decade’), Sonia Sabri Dance Company (‘Jugni’, ‘Echolalia’), Royal Opera House (‘Faust), DeNada Dance Theatre (‘Young Man!) and Akram Khan Dance Company (‘Abide With Me’ – performed alongside Emeli Sandé for the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony).
She has taught, choreographed and movement directed extensively since 2004 in numerous different settings including schools, colleges, universities, community groups, private dance schools and most recently delivered a series of workshops to the 3rd year degree students at the Birmingham School of Acting. She has also taught overseas on several occasions and was invited to deliver a private workshop to the cast of Lion King during their 2013 UK Tour.
As a Rehearsal Director she has worked for RDC Youth, Protein Dance, PDS and Autin Dance Theatre.