Kay & Queen are a choreographic creative dream team, who fuse the two different worlds of dance vocabulary and expertise, creating a fresh outlook on dance and choreography and instilling a unique style in their work.
All of Kay & Queen’s creations are visually spectacular, vibrant and caters to each individual brief, bringing to life the client’s vision: “Our work ethic and drive is to provide the right show for each client. This is done with intense background research and precision, so we can ensure we deliver exactly what they envisioned”.
Kay & Queen have experience working with dancers of all styles, top West End singers, circus acts, gymnasts, breakers, sports personalities, actors, commercial singers and TV dance acts.
Recent credits include; choreography for the Urban Culture Event (The Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre); Revolution (Haymarket Theatre), starring Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia, where they provided three different styles of choreography that captured the audience throughout the sell-out run; Magic Mirror Ball corporate event for Superdrug, based on Tim Burton’s films, that resulted in a magical show, filled with dancers, breakers and circus acts; the opening performance for the British Olympic Ball with Tinchy Stryder, using gymnasts, bikers, sportsmen and dancers; choreography for Ed Sheeran’s music video for hit single ‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You’ directed by Emil Nava; and TV advertisement campaign for Yeo Valley Yogurt.
Kay & Queen were also mentors and part of the creative team at Got To Dance (Sky 1), for three years.



Kay & Queen had taken on the heart, passion and essence of our song and crafted something truly memorable.  Their enthusiasm for the job was unending.  We would definitely work with them again.  No doubt.


It was an absolute pleasure working with Rachel and Michelle. They were extremely professional, efficient, resourceful and their creativity and enthusiasm just fantastic in creating a visual masterpiece for our show.  I would highly recommend them as the best choreographers around.


I recently had the pleasure of working with Kay & Queen on the recent hit West End Show, Revolution. The results of their creations were complete show stopping moments in the show that have received critical acclaim and respect since the outset.  Their musicality is such, that it is hard to work out what came first, the music or the steps as their interpretations blend so perfectly into one.  I cannot wait to work with Kay & Queen again and would have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone deserving of their immense talent.