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You are invited to try Acting

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We explore different styles and techniques to produce well rounded actors.  We look at improvisation, physical theatre, script work and devising.  We also cover Shakespeare and classic text as well as using modern screen plays to discover acting for screen.

We use the Trinity acting syllabus to structure the classes and prepare students for the different types of examinations and performance experiences.  We want to create active listeners, creative thinkers, problem solvers, confident speakers and collaborative team players

It doesn't matter whether they are a beginner or already begun to explore drama, we will tailor the classes to suit all levels.


Limited class sizes ensure that each child gets the specific development and professional education they need to follow their dreams.

Starting from Juniors and classes on a Wednesday


What We

4 Week Paid Trial
All our classes have a 4 week trial, so that each student gets a good feel for the classes and the studio.


Juniors - Initial to Grade 1 (approximately Year 2 - Year 4) 
Wednesdays 4 - 5pm 

This hour class focuses on simple creativity through improvisation games, mimes, poems and storytelling.


Grade 4 +(approximately Year 8+ and by invitation)
Wednesday 6pm-7:30pm

Reaching grade 4 and above and increasing technical difficulty and skill.  At this level, we look at a wide practitioners and discover new ways to create effective storytelling through the body, emotion and multiple mediums.


Grades 6 - 8 have UCAS points available and we offer vocational grades which are designed primarily for older children or young adults who are considering a career in the profession.


Intermediate Intermediate - Grade 2- 3 (approximately Year 5 - Year 7)
Wednesday 5 - 6p

In this class we start to understand the history of theatre and acting,  The focus is using our emotions to create truthful believable acting that audiences can relate to.  We have an introduction to Shakespeare, creative devising and more Improv!

Our girls started their dance classes when they were probably not even 4yrs old.. since then they expanded their interest in nearly every other class like acro, tap, musical theatre, acting, singing & they both love it 😍 If they could, they would do every one of them 😜.. they love their teachers but mainly they love to perform & found great friends there, not just their own age but either in younger or older kids. So definitely great time to spend, learn & interact 🤩👍xx
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