Have all the tutors and chaperones been DBS checked?
Yes. All our staff have been fully DBS checked.
What is the daily schedule?
The day starts at 10am and finishes at 5pm with a lunch break. Each day will be packed with classes covering all aspects of training in acting and musical theatre, with daily rehearsals to prepare for the final performance at the end of the week. Students are welcome to be dropped off and collected between 9am – 6pm.
Do any agents come to see the students at work?
Yes. As a school cultivating tomorrow’s stars, casting directors and agents are keen to see emerging talent. Some will attend the final showcase, whilst others may pop in during the week to see the students during class. We have a strong relationship with a number of these industry professionals and hope to provide our students with a useful network of contacts while working with us.
Will students need to bring their own food?
The school can provide a healthy lunch and refreshments for students each day for an extra £30 for the week. We encourage all students to bring a refillable bottle of water to keep hydrated during the day. As long as we are notified of any specific dietary requirements we will be able to cater accordingly.
Are the students supervised?
Students are supervised and chaperoned at all times. The chaperone to student ratio is 1:12. The chaperones are based on site and are always available for any student needing assistance.
What sort of material will the students be working on?
Precise details of the course material is kept under wraps until the course begins! However, all material selected is appropriate to the age group of each individual class. It will comprise of songs from West End shows, original and adapted choreography and script. A wide range of musical theatre is explored, guaranteeing a brilliant time for the students and a spectacular final performance.