Boundless is an Educational Performance Company that provide a professional insight into Performing Arts. 


Boundless was first set up in 2012 as a Dance Company and has since developed into Dance, Drama and Singing classes for both children and adults. The company was founded by (and is still run by) Lee Harvey Robinson who has and continues to perform professionally both in the UK and worldwide (please see below).


Boundless delivers classes and one off workshops in Dance, Drama, Singing and Performance Studies for both abled and less-abled children and adults. Our youngest student is 3 years old and our oldest is 84 years old. 


Boundless teaches all genres of performance. A few examples of what we deliver are Contemporary, Street/urban Dance, The Jive, Latin, Russian Cossack, African, Indian, Bollywood, The Waltz, Musical Theatre, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Carnival, Chinese and many more Dance genres. We also deliver devised, scripted and improvisational drama workshops and classes as well as private and group singing lessons.


Boundless has taught during 'Book Week', 'International Languages Week', 'Sports Week', 'Creative Arts Week', 'Curriculum Week' to name a few.


Our Teacher Training Inset Programme is very popular within the company and can assist the PE/Curriculum Programme in anyway you wish.


Please contact us if you wish to enquire how Boundless can assist your school/learning centre in some fantastic and interesting ways of making learning extra fun!






Lee Harvey Robinson is an ex-student of the Richmond Borough having attended Hampton Infants School, Hampton Hill Juniors, Hampton Commiunity College (now Hampton Academy) and Richmond College. Lee then decided to further his studies in Dance and successfully gained a place at the prestigeous Laban Dance Conservaitore in central London. 


Upon graduating fron Laban Lee has performed on both stage and film productions across the world in places such as Australia, India, Hong Kong, America and Europe and toured with Transition’s Dance Company in 2007-2008. Some of Lee’s credits include: The Princess and The Pea, The Boy Who Cried Wolf & Places to Dance (BBC Dance Films), Valerie Preston Dunlop’s rework of Rudolf Laban’s Green Clowns, The Bill (Television), MAC Male Range (Modelling), Rambert Dance Company and Lost Dog Dance Company.


As well as performing Lee has established a strong teaching track record since 2009 leading creative learning projects across the capital and thoroughly enjoys enlightening and guiding young performers in the amazing world of performance.


A few of Lee's large projects are 'DREAMS 2012' celebrating the London 2012 Olympics at St Mary's University, Twickenham, with over 600 hundred children involved. The award winning 'FIREBIRD PROJECT' (2014), Winner of the London Music Awards Outstanding Partnership Award, which was delivered with the Richmond Music Trust, Hounslow Music Service, The Royal Ballet School and the Philharmonia Orchestra.



Kimberley has always had a passion for Dance and this was further enhanced when she attended college to study Performing Arts. Here, she had the pleasure of working with members from Adventures In Motion Pictures, the widely acclaimed company New Adventures, as they are now known, founded by Sir Matthew Bourne. This experience gave Kimberley a hunger to teach and after leaving college, Kimberley studied Dance and Drama at De Montfort University where she also graduated as a teacher having gained her PGCE.


Kimberley's teaching career began with her teaching Dance, Drama, English and P.E to secondary school pupils. In her first teaching role she introduced GCSE Dance and three years into her career she was Head of Performing Arts, overseeing Dance, Drama and Music. She has taught GCSE Dance and Drama as well as A Level Dance and choreographed many a school production!


Kimberley has extensive experience as a teacher and is proud to have worked with children across the Key Stages. More recently, Kimberley has been a classroom teacher in primary schools where she has helped to develop and build Dance into the PE curriculum.

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