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  • What do the Musical Theatre classes consist of?
    Our Saturday morning 9.30am-12.30pm musical theatre class involve students aged 6-18 splitting into three age brackets (ages 6-8, ages 9-11 and ages 12+). Within these classes, students will rotate between hour-long classes of singing, dancing and drama. These classes aim to build confidence, help students improve their skills in performance, enable them to have fun and express themselves, all whilst working towards our shows and performances at the end of term which we present to friends and family.
  • How often do students put on shows/performances?
    We aim to put on shows/performances at least two out of three terms per year, meaning that students will get to perform regularly on stage with costume, lighting, sound etc.
  • How much does it cost per term?
    It costs £260 per term. Each term is 12-15 weeks long. There is also 10% sibling discount. A free 1 week trial is given to all new students.
  • How do I pay?
    Payment is to be made in full before the first day of each term via bank transfer. Invoices will be sent to your email address when payment is due.
  • What does my child wear for classes?
    All students will be provided with a free top which they must wear every week. Black jazz shoes must also be worn for dancing. Black bottoms such as leggings or joggers must also be worn each week. Dresses or skirts must NOT be worn but black shorts are acceptable in warm weather. Students can also buy black hoodies with our logo on for the winter months.
  • What are LAMDA exams?
    LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Drama) performance examinations give students the opportunity to broaden their performance skills and get a grade for what they are achieving. They are excellent for pushing students to deepen their knowledge, understanding and skills in the performing arts and them something to work towards. From Grade 6 upwards, LAMDA exams also enable students to gain UCAS points which help with getting into university.
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