Stage 3

By these further years your child experiences rapid change in the form of their transition into secondary education. Our training model follows suit with skills-based workshops within specific areas of the performing arts – at this stage they learn to articulate their concepts and thoughts in a rational and confident manner; we aid in this expression and promote positive creative mindsets.

  • Vocal & Physical Confidence– learn to sing, dance and act as a soloist or as part of an ensemble. Plenty of opportunities to progress to the next level of musical excellence.
  • Effective Preparation and Study– leading to a confident performance. Use of body language, movement and voice will be combined to engage the audience.

For more information on what specific classes are available in your area please select your location below.

New Mills Glossop

Group Classes

Play Season

Thursdays | 15.15 - 17.15


For those budding actors who love theatre but do not want to sing and dance….. Welcome to our Play Season.

(Working towards 2 full play productions per year.)

Build confidence both individually and socially whilst learning all about the wonderful world of acting. Under the brilliant direction of our expert acting teacher, Sarah Smith, you will be learning acting techniques, be part of a play production, and be part of a supportive team.


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Theatrical Experience

Saturdays | 11.00 - 13.30


Our theatrical experience programme aims to offer a holistic understanding of all areas of the performing arts to your child. Our classes cater from 3 Yrs through to 14 Yrs and the delivery approach will be tailored throughout their journey to accommodate the needs and requirements necessary of their particular age group.

Theatrical experience classes encourage an openness of the imagination, establish a safe place of creativity, promote teamwork ,enhance social/personal skills and generate confidence. They invite new thoughts, ideas and approaches, seek to instil fundamental performance disciplines and allow us to share our work with a supportive audience of family and friends at the end of the term.

A typical session may cover everything from drama games, vocal/physical warm-ups, acting, singing, dancing, devising, improvisation and much more!

We can’t wait for your child to join us on this exciting adventure – what are you waiting for? Jump in! Take Part.

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