theatre schools in london
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Our part-time drama schools in London work with children aged 4-18 years. We offer training in performing arts, as well as encouraging and supporting students with confidence and self-esteem. Whether they dream of being an actor or working in the industry or simply wish to enjoy taking part in a drama school, students will be given the chance to develop and explore.
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Rigorous training will give you an in-depth understanding of the profession and equip you with the skills you need to succeed.
We have created an environment in which individuality is nurtured and diversity embraced. Opportunities to perform throughout the year are a priority, enabling students to learn by doing. Our aim is to create artists with a voracious appetite for investigation and ongoing discovery.
Throughout the week you will be working towards your big performance, while taking part in an exciting mix of drama, singing and dance classes! You will also attend exclusive West End masterclasses and a trip to a West End musical.
If you love performing, musical theatre, drama, singing and dance, this is the summer school for you.
by Seth Abramovitch
Getting a Master of Fine Arts in acting isn’t cheap — the average three-year degree costs about $114,000. Then again, that’s a little less than what the average TV star makes shooting a single episode — so do the math. Choosing the right school, however, can be as tricky as trigonometry. Is it better to attend one in New York or Los Angeles? How about Tennessee? What matters more: an Ivy League diploma or an Equity Card? To help sort through all these equations, THR consulted with deans, teachers, students, actors and other insiders to put together this year’s list of the top 25 drama schools.
From September 2020, our workshops, storytelling sessions, CPD and projects for schools will have the option to be delivered online. This exciting new method of delivery will enable anyone who is teaching in socially-distanced classrooms, or who is distance learning, to connect with our education work from anywhere in the world.
Online teaching resources, courses & workshops for all ages
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“While at BADA, I was afforded priceless experiences. Ones that gave me the opportunity to attend numerous master classes with incredible veterans of the stage and film…. My teachers’ influence, guidance and real life experience grounded me on my own path to explore the craft of acting.”
Transformative theatre training programmes
Our renowned education projects give schools access to free theatre tickets to Old Vic productions, as well as bespoke learning experiences at the theatre, in the classroom and online. We have worked with over 60,000 students from schools across London and continue to provide all our resources for free.
School Groups 10+
£12.50 for Mon–Wed evenings and Wed matinees on seating bands D–F
10% non-refundable deposit required to reserve tickets – please have a credit card to hand when making your reservation.
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Day: 10 to 16 (69)