Rhimes Lecointe

RhimesWebOffRhimes Lecointe is the CEO of The Boadicea QueenDom and has been in the Performance Industry for over a decade.

As a performer, Rhimes has played many different roles both stage and screen; and as a Leader she has been the driving force behind her crew.

In 2006 Rhimes appeared in the film Life & Lyrics. Which gave her a yearn for film, although Rhimes ha performed in theatre as an actress previously; this was an experience that put a hunger in her.

Rhimes als starred as the lead role of ‘Rap-On-Zel’ in ZooNation Dance Company’s critically acclaimed award-winning West End show ‘Into the Hoods’ from 2006 to 2009. Touring the country and playing at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2 years running. Rhimes also appeared in Boy Blue’s Olivier Award winning production Pied Piper and Over the Edge, both at the Barbican. Working within the Boy Blue Company since the beginning of its now 14 years running, Rhimes has contributed to both Choreographic and Leadrship Roles; as well as numerous assistant role to Artistic Director, Kenrick Sandy

In 2010 Rhimes was cast as the lead character ‘Justine’ in the box office smash hit film Street Dance 3D, known around the world as one of the greatest Dance films made. In 2012 Rhimes performed and lead as a Dance Captain and Assistant Choreographer Danny Boyle’s ‘Thanks Tim’ Section for the Olympic Opening Ceremony. Rhimes created choreography for The Digitzed and The Limitless tour along with Diversity’s Ashley Banjo.

Rhimes has also worked on So You Think You Can Dance (BBC), Blue Peter (BBC), The Paul O’Grady Show (Channel 4), Graham Norton’s When Will I Be Famous (BBC), It’s Paul Burling (ITV), Comic Relief (BBC), Sports Relief (BBC) and T4 on the Beach (Channel 4). More recently Directing a concept short film for BBC Radio 1Xtra’s ‘Be 1 Xtra’

Her choreographic credits include: Plan B, Esser, Lady Sovereign and The 2Bears. She has also been a Choreographer and Artist Developer to female girl bands Rogue & Parade as well as female artists Carmen Leigh & Shanay Holmes.

In the world of fashion, Rhimes has modelled for L’Oreal London, Afro Hair and Beauty and has choreographed for The London Victoria and Albert Museum Fashion Show.

More recently Rhimes has been given the Support of Nike Women.

Rhimes plans to combine her vocal talent in some of the work to come within the Company and also desires to help young women to push themselves to go for their dreams just as she is.


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