Our drama, dance and singing classes are for children of all abilities from ages 4 to 18.
Students work together in small classes (maximum of 15 students) according to their age. The classes are split between different age bands; Little Stars (age 4-6), Stars 1, 2 & 3 (age 7-16) and Star 4 (age 16-18)
Little Stars classes are for children aged 4-6 and these sessions are a fantastic introduction to the fun of performing arts.
Each term we use fresh material based on a different theme. The classes are split into drama, dance and singing across each weekly session.
At the end of each term you will see how well your own Little Star has done at a performance to family and friends.
Star 1,2 & 3 are exciting drama, dance and singing classes for children aged from 7 to 16. We split the school into class groups so your child will learn with others of a similar age. Class groups are kept to a maximum of 15. We want to ensure your child gets the attention that they need.
Each term we cover a variety of material from musical theatre to street dance and pop songs. We often invite guest teachers to give a workshop in specialist skills such as stage combat or acting for the camera.
We invite you to come and see your child’s progress twice a year. Once to watch a showcase of your child’s classwork and once to see a full scale musical theatre production with sound, lighting and costume.
Each week your child will learn under the expert guidance of a specialist choreographer, drama coach and singing coach. The session lasts for three hours with an hour for each class.
Calling all 16-18 year old aspiring actors and performers looking to develop new skills or get into drama school.
Each week you will cover a wide variety of material from screen acting for TV and film, voice over and radio, audition technique, physical theatre and ensemble acting, script work and speeches for auditions and much more!
Specialist workshops and masterclasses from guest teachers and industry professionals are also on offer.
Support will be available to you if you wish to pursue vocational drama courses at accredited drama schools or universities.
If you wish to pursue a career in acting, these classes will support you on your journey into the industry.