Patsy Browne-Hope studied musical theatre at Phil Winston’s Theatreworks before graduating from Northern School of Contemporary Dance where she worked with Debbie Johnson, Niamh Condron, Matthias Sperling, Mobius Dance Theatre and Ace Dance and Music.
Patsy first began working with Protein in 2010 for (In)visible Dancin', performing and teaching on the streets of Birmingham as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham. She also performed in Protein's acclaimed work LOL (lots of love) for its international tours in 2011 and 2012. Other performance credits include the Akram Khan Dance Company for the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics in London. Patsy is also a keen teacher and regularly works in primary schools in her home city of Birmingham and runs professional classes within the city centre.