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 "I am delighted to be working alongside our Principal and dedicated staff to ensure that we deliver high quality training that nurtures, inspires and promotes self respect, discipline and artistic excellence to enable individual growth and talent to flourish.

I hope that you will become part of this thriving community and experience the distinctiveness of our courses which continue to create the professionals of tomorrow. I look forward to welcoming you and meeting you in person."

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3yr PA Diploma (16+)

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3 YEAR PERFORMING ARTS DIPLOMA COURSE (+16)
Accredited by the CDET, Leading to the National Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre

The 3 Year Diploma Course is specifically designed to respond to the demands of today's entertainment industry and produce confident, articulate and multi-skilled performers. Ideally, but not necessarily, students should be working at Intermediate or above dance standard at the time of audition. Some prior acting and vocal training or experience is also beneficial but again not essential. The course structure combines professional vocational training with contextual studies, with the emphasis on achieving multi-disciplinary excellence throughout. Students undertake an exciting variety of projects, workshops and performances during their courses. Media Arts are considered a vital part of today's training and students benefit greatly from using the Academy's audio/video/IT facilities.

Fees are set per anum but are payable termly in advance.
£15,990pa
(£5,330 per term)
Terms and Conditions apply.

This course is applicable for Dance and Drama Award (DaDA) funding. Students offered a place on the course may apply for this funding but eligibility is talent and means-tested. The award covers some course and maintenance fees.
More information on DaDAs can be found by following these links:
DaDA Awards   | DaDA Scheme

Entry to this course is by audition and applicants should apply by completing in full the audition application form and returning it together with the audition fee, a full length photograph with their name and address clearly printed on the back, and previous school report or college/employment reference.

Students are advised that places are limited and application forms should be returned as soon as possible.

After the application and audition fee has been received and processed, applicants will be invited to attend an audition day.

The audition may consist of:

For Boys

  • A Dance class – ballet, tap and modern jazz; 
  • Vocal acting and singing warm-up and assessment;
  • A short physical assessment that looks at range of movement for dance only. 

As part of the individual audition, candidates are expected to prepare:

  • Two contrasting speeches (approximately 1min 30 sec in duration) - these should be thoroughly learnt and a copy of the speech to hand to the panel.
  • Two songs - One in any style and One Musical Theatre piece incorporating dance/movement and singing to represent the context and lyrics. Accompanying music must be brought with the candidate on a CD.
  • Two dance pieces - ideally One should demonstrate technique (i.e. Ballet, Contemporary, Modern/Lyrical) and One to demonstrate performance (i.e. Jazz, Tap, etc).

All music should be recorded at the beginning of a CD and be clearly marked.

 

For Girls

 

  • A Dance class – ballet, tap and modern jazz; 
  • Vocal acting and singing warm-up and assessment;
  • A short physical assessment that looks at range of movement for dance only. 

 

As part of the individual audition, candidates are expected to prepare:

 

  • Two contrasting speeches (approximately 1min 30 sec in duration) - these should be thoroughly learnt and a copy of the speech to hand to the panel.
  • Two songs - One in any style and One Musical Theatre piece incorporating dance/movement and singing to represent the context and lyrics. Accompanying music must be brought with the candidate on a CD. These songs should be performed in high heels or character shoes.
  • Two dance pieces - ideally One should demonstrate technique (i.e. Ballet, Contemporary, Modern/Lyrical) and One to demonstrate performance (i.e. Jazz, Tap, etc).

 

All music should be recorded at the beginning of a CD and be clearly marked.

THE FIRST YEAR
Students focus on a broad-based core curriculum concentrating on achieving strong basic technical skills in dance, acting and singing. Contextual studies in anatomy, health & safety, history of musical theatre and drama & theatre studies provide related academic content. In-house student productions allow for the development of artistic confidence and peer co-operation. All first year students attend a personal interview with the Principal to consider progress and options for the second year.

THE SECOND YEAR
Timetables are individually adjusted to allow for personal strengths and needs. Students now begin to consolidate the technical competence achieved in the first year and place greater focus on artistry and presentation skills. The curriculum is widened to include specialist subjects such as stage combat.

THE THIRD YEAR
Course content prepares the student for professional work by integrating the technical, theoretical and artistic concepts of the course in performance. While maintaining attendance at technical classes, students at this level are expected to acquire and develop depth and style in performance and are given the opportunity to perform in public productions.

MATRICULATION
Students who successfully complete the course graduate with the Academy's Diploma and the National Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre which is awarded through Trinity College (London). This qualification is banded at Level 6, which equates to a First Degree. Throughout the course students who achieve the necessary skill levels are encouraged to take external examinations in varying theatre disciplines with recognised outside boards. Progress is carefully monitored and regular tutorials and assessments, together with the annual 'Directors Audition', ensure students get continual feedback on their progress and are achieving the necessary standards required for progression to the next year of the course.

COURSE CONTENT
Courses may include: Acting (classical and modern text, devising, improvisation, LAMDA, physical theatre, play reading, performance, scene study) acting for camera, acting workshops, anatomy/nutrition/health & safety, classical ballet (freestyle, syllabi & Pas-de-Deux), contemporary dance, dance workshops , drama practical, drama theory, fitness, gymnastics, history of musical theatre, jazz (techniques & choreography), modern dance, music, musical theatre and production, performance, pilates, presentation & professional skills, singing (choral, ensemble, harmony, microphone technique, recording, repertoire, solo coaching), singing workshops, stage combat, tap, theatre in education production, video production, voice (speech & dialect).

     

1yr PA with Major (16+)

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1 YEAR PERFORMING ARTS  (+16)
MAJORING IN SINGING DANCE OR ACTING
 

This increasingly popular One Year Course enables students to major in either singing, dance or acting and is an excellent preparation for longer term training or for those seeking to add a professional edge to pre-existing skills while experience a complimentary range of other performing arts courses. It is also a viable course for post graduate students wishing to add technical or performance skills to their chosen ‘Major’ theoretical knowledge and for gap year students who wish to experience a full variety of performance disciplines while majoring in their strongest skill prior to making a final decision as to which further training path they wish to take. Students on the course may work closely with students on the Diploma course and are given the opportunity to explore various core, contextual and Major option courses and performance and devising experiences. Focus throughout is centred on the core skills of singing, dancing and acting with students being given the opportunity to follow and Major in their specific strength..

Fees are set per anum but are payable termly in advance.
£12,960pa
(£4,320 per term)
Terms and Conditions apply.

This course is  not applicable for Dance and Drama Award (DaDA) funding.

Entry to this course is by audition and applicants should apply by completing in full the audition application form and returning it together with the audition fee, a full length photograph with their name and address clearly printed on the back, and previous school report or college/employment reference.

Students are advised that places are limited and application forms should be returned as soon as possible.

After the application and audition fee has been received and processed, applicants will be invited to attend an audition day.

The audition may consist of:

For Boys

  • A Dance class – ballet, tap and modern jazz; 
  • Vocal acting and singing warm-up and assessment;
  • A short physical assessment that looks at range of movement for dance only. 

As part of the individual audition, candidates are expected to prepare:

  • Two contrasting speeches (approximately 1min 30 sec in duration) - these should be thoroughly learnt and a copy of the speech to hand to the panel.
  • Two songs - One in any style and One Musical Theatre piece incorporating dance/movement and singing to represent the context and lyrics. Accompanying music must be brought with the candidate on a CD.
  • Two dance pieces - ideally One should demonstrate technique (i.e. Ballet, Contemporary, Modern/Lyrical) and One to demonstrate performance (i.e. Jazz, Tap, etc).

All music should be recorded at the beginning of a CD and be clearly marked.

For Girls

  • A Dance class – ballet, tap and modern jazz; 
  • Vocal acting and singing warm-up and assessment;
  • A short physical assessment that looks at range of movement for dance only. 

As part of the individual audition, candidates are expected to prepare:

  • Two contrasting speeches (approximately 1min 30 sec in duration) - these should be thoroughly learnt and a copy of the speech to hand to the panel.
  • Two songs - One in any style and One Musical Theatre piece incorporating dance/movement and singing to represent the context and lyrics. Accompanying music must be brought with the candidate on a CD. These songs should be performed in high heels or character shoes.
  • Two dance pieces - ideally One should demonstrate technique (i.e. Ballet, Contemporary, Modern/Lyrical) and One to demonstrate performance (i.e. Jazz, Tap, etc).

All music should be recorded at the beginning of a CD and be clearly marked.


The course structure continually accentuates the development of artistic interpretation and sense of performance. Throughout the course, students are carefully monitored and are encouraged to discuss their class progress with their course tutors, year tutors and heads of departments. The Course Co-ordinator, Vice-Principal and Principal are also available for discussion and a mutually friendly and respectful atmosphere is encouraged.

Those who achieve the necessary skills are encouraged to take external examinations in the various theatre disciplines if available. The Academy has a policy of ensuring that students receive helpful and supportive pastoral care and professional advice whenever needed. Students who successfully complete the course graduate with the Academy Diploma.

MATRICULATION
Students who successfully complete the course graduate with an Academy Diploma.

COURSE CONTENT
Courses may include:

Core Skills
Singing: Various vocal techniques and styles including repertoire, choral and acting through song.
Acting: Improvisation, Scene Study, and Voice.
Dance & Movement: Fitness, Ballet, Contemporary & Jazz Musical Theatre & Devising.
Contextual: History of Musical Theatre, Anatomy/ nutrition/ health & safety. 

Majors
Singing: Various techniques and styles, harmony work, workshops which may feature light classical, contemporary, rock & pop, musical theatre. Song writing, music, recording and microphone technique, Performance and presentation skills.

Acting: Acting workshops; physical theatre, text work, acting for camera, voice and dialect, audition preparation and performance. Students may also be considered for LAMDA examination work.

Dance: Dance Workshops; Partner work, Contemporary, Jazz. Tap, Gymnastics, Choreography, Pilates, Performance and, subject to suitability, aerial work. Students may also be considered for ISTD/RAD examination work. 

A Level with PA (16+)

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A LEVEL WITH PERFORMING ARTS (16-18 Years)
In collaboration with City and Islington College

Exciting new opportunities for the aspiring gifted performer who wishes to enhance their performing arts training with additional academic qualifications with the view to continuing onto Diploma or Degree Acting, Dance or Musical Theatre Courses.

In collaboration with City and Islington Sixth Form College the Academy is delighted to offer those who are academically able a choice of A Level courses to compliment their Performing Arts training. Each A Level course is 2 years in duration and students must choose two subjects only from the following selection:

English is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, and English Literature perhaps the most famous and popular of all national literatures. Immerse yourself in poetry, prose and drama in English and learn how English is truly a world literature.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, you must have achieved at least a grade B and a grade C in at least two written subjects, e.g. History, Geography, Humanities, English Literature, Business, Religious Studies or English Language.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent.

What you learn

You will study and share ideas with your classmates about a wide variety of texts. The extensive reading you will undertake on this course includes poetry, prose and drama from different periods, including at least one play by Shakespeare, other texts written before 1900, and one text written after 2000. This breadth of study will enable you to consider the ways in which texts relate to one another and to literary traditions, movements and genres.

Assessment

The assessment is 20% coursework and 80% by written exam.

Do you have a flair for writing and a passion to discover more about both English literature and the language as it's spoken around the world? This course is for you.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, you must have achieved at least a grade B and a grade C in at two written GCSE subjects e.g. History, Geography, Humanities, English Literature, Business, Religious Studies or English Language.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent.

What you learn

You will study a range of texts from literary and non-literary genres, such as fiction, drama, poetry, journalism, autobiography, travel writing, speeches and everyday conversation. You will explore and compare how writers and speakers use language and structure to express their thoughts and feelings. You will develop your skills in close reading and analysis as well as your creative writing skills.

Assessment

Assessment is 80% by exam, with the remaining 20% going for a single coursework assignment.

Who produces the media? Who consumes it? What messages does it send, and what does it conceal? How has the Internet changed the way we interact with the media? This exciting two-year course gives you a whistle-stop tour of the modern media language, and allows you to produce media products yourself and answer these questions for you.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, you must achieve at least a grade B and a grade C in at least two written subjects e.g. History, Geography, Humanities, English Literature, Business, Religious Studies (full course), English Language.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent.

What you learn

You will analyse texts to find hidden meanings and then put what you have learned into practice and produce media products for yourselves, including a film opening, a music video, a digipak, a print advertisement or a website. You will be discovering who produces it, who consumes it and what messages and values are found within it. In addition, you will study media industries, such as film or music, and explore how they function and use new technology.

Assessment

Assessment is partly through practical coursework, but mostly through written exams. Successful completion of the first year gains you an AS Level in Media Studies. Successful completion of the second gains you an A Level.

Mad for film but want to know more? Want the opportunity to make your own film, write your own screenplay or research World Cinema? This intensive and enjoyable two-year course allows you to do all these things and more.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, you must achieve at least a grade B and a grade C in at least two written subjects e.g. History, Geography, Humanities, English Literature, Business, Religious Studies (full course), English Language.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent

What you learn

In your first year (AS Level), you will develop your understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of film, developing your skills of interpretation and critical analysis. You will study British and American films, both classic and contemporary. In your second year (A2 Level), you will build on the skills developed in the AS year, studying contemporary world cinema, cinematic movements and other issues and debates. You will make your own short film or write a screenplay extract and undertake individual research into a director of your choice.

Assessment

Assessment is a mixture of coursework and exams at the end of each year. Passing the first year will gain you an AS Level in Film Studies. Passing the second will gain you an A Level in Film Studies.

Interested in writing and want to try out a number of different forms and styles? This course encourages you to read widely in different types of literature and then try your hand at each of them.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, you must achieve at least a grade B and a grade C in at least two written subjects, such as History, Geography, Humanities, English Literature, Business, Religious Studies and English Language.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent

What you learn

In the first year, you will be encouraged to read widely and critically across fiction, non-fiction, poetry and scripts/drama. You will share your work with other students, and are asked to both give and receive constructive feedback. In the second year, you will develop your writing skills in fiction, non-fiction, poetry and scripts/drama. This year focuses on developing creative ideas and writing techniques.

Assessment

In both years, assessment is by coursework (60%) and exam (40%). Successful completion of the first year will give you an AS Level in Creative Writing. Successful completion of the second will give you an A2 Level in Creative Writing.

This intensive and wide-ranging course combines live performance with composition, music theory and the analytical appraisal of classical and other music to help you on your way as a performer, composer and musicologist.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, you need to achieve a grade B or above in GCSE Music or grade 5 on an instrument and successfully pass a pre-course audition and theory test. The audition may lead to a bridge course before the qualification begins.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent.

What you learn

The first year combines practical and theoretical study. Live performances lead to a recorded and examined 6-minute recital. Composition is presented in two pieces of musically notated coursework totalling 5 minutes in length; each piece is created in response to certain given requirements. Appraising music consists of a formal exam which assesses aural perception and skills in music theory and harmony alongside your knowledge and understanding of two areas of study. In the second year an element of specialisation is introduced. Further development of your vocal/instrumental skills leads to an examined and recorded solo recital of 6 - 15 minutes, depending upon the weighting of your choices. Composition requires two or three pieces 4 ¿ 8 minutes long, depending on your area of specialisation. One piece is written in response to a set brief and will be rehearsed, recorded and performed in collaboration with professional musicians and composers. Your skills in aural perception, theory, history and analysis are developed through the study of three areas of musical history that includes one outside classical music; theses are tested in a written examination

Assessment

Assessment is through coursework, performance and written exams. In both years performing is worth 30%, composition 30% and appraising 40%.

Are you interested in how music is written and then shaped in the studio? This high-tech course introduces you to the foundations of sequencing, recording, arranging and mixing music in a professional environment.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, you need to have grade B in GCSE Music or equivalent music experience. A keen interest in all musical styles and the use of technology in music is essential. Basic music theory and elementary keyboard knowledge is required. There is an audition and theory test which may lead to a bridge course before the qualification begins.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent.

What you learn

In the first year, you will be introduced to sequencing and recording techniques, using Apple¿s Logic Pro digital audio workstation. You will use a high-quality analogue mixing desk in our studio to produce a live multi-track recording. Two contrasting arrangements are also required: a cover of an original piece, to sound as close to the original as possible, and a creative remix in a different style. Your listening skills, musical and technical knowledge will all be tested in the coursework as well as in an external examination. In the second year, you will create a sequenced arrangement that will also include the use of audio elements such as samples, loops and live vocals. Your studio techniques will be further developed on a different song for which a high-quality multi-track recording will be required. Finally, a composition to a set brief will allow you to experiment with musical styles and genres of your choice and create an original piece that makes imaginative use of all the skills you have developed. Musical understanding and technical awareness are also tested in an examination, which requires students to complete a mix of an unfinished track, answer questions on music and studio techniques and write a short essay on an aspect of technological history and practice.

Assessment

Assessment is by coursework and by end of year written examinations.

This exciting and challenging course is designed to develop your skills and understanding of dance. Through practical classes, workshops, rehearsals and theory sessions, you will develop as a dancer, choreographer and performer.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results. 

In addition, you must achieve a grade B or above in GCSE Dance and successfully pass a pre-course audition. If you have not taken GCSE Dance but have extensive experience in the subject, this may be accepted as an alternative. We will discuss this with you at a formal interview prior to full enrolment.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent.

What you learn

Through technique classes, choreography workshops, rehearsals and theory sessions, you will develop your skills as both a choreographer and performer and as a dancer who understands their own practice. In addition you will broaden your knowledge of professional dance and extend your critical skills. In the first year practical work includes a solo choreography and performance and performance as part of a duet or trio. In the second year the focus is on group choreography and the performance of a quartet in addition to a solo performance. Over two years critical engagement with areas of study and choreographers and their works will develop your knowledge and understanding of dance through time. In addition, trips to see live dance will support and inform your practice.

Assessment

In both years, assessment is by practical demonstration during coursework and a written exam. Successful completion of the first year gains you an AS Level in Dance. Successful completion of the second gains you an A2 Level in Dance.

This is a creative, challenging and specialist course, combining the practical and theoretical study of theatre. It will take you from the theatrical epics of Ancient Greece, through Shakespeare and into the modern theatre. It will stretch you both as a performer and as a director of drama.

Entry Requirements

You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses, which are based on your GCSE results.

In addition, we also expect you to have achieved a grade B or above in GCSE Drama. If you have not taken the subject at GCSE, but have extensive experience in Drama, this will be accepted as an alternative. We will request a letter from your theatre company as evidence for this.

International students: Equivalent overseas qualifications will be considered. IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in each skill) or equivalent.

What you learn

In the first year, you will study a general history of Drama and Theatre, and also learn how performance can radically alter a text. In your second year, you will study theories of performance and texts in their historical context. There will be a number of theatre trips to support your study.

Assessment

In your second year, you need to devise and develop your own piece of theatre as either director or performer. There is also a written exam, in which you discuss a play from the point of view of a director and another play in its historic context.

All A Level subjects are delivered at The City & Islington Sixth Form College, a short walk from the Academy’s Goswell Road site, and are taught in a morning and afternoon block. To be considered for these courses, students must attain at least 5 GCSE grades of C or above; including a B Grade or above at GCSE Level in their chosen A Level subjects. For full information on all the above courses please refer to the City and Islington Sixth Form College website; www.candi.ac.uk as this will provide descriptions of the A Levels on offer together with the basic entry requirements for each subject.

The remainder of the week is spent at the Academy site in Goswell Road – the Barbican, training in a full range of Performing Arts practical subjects in the dance, singing, acting and musical theatre genre. Students accepted onto these courses will also be required to complete City and Islington Sixth Form College’s own application form as well as the Academy’s entry form and will need to provide a reference from their current school confirming their suitability for A Level study.

Interested applicants are advised to apply for audition at the very earliest opportunity. 

Some part funding available for these courses depending on financial circumstances.

 

 Entry to this course is by audition and applicants should apply by completing in full the audition application form and returning it together with the audition fee, a full length photograph with their name and address clearly printed on the back, and previous school report or college/employment reference.

 

Students are advised that places are limited and application forms should be returned as soon as possible.

 

After the application and audition fee has been received and processed, applicants will be invited to attend an audition day.

 

The audition will consist of:

 

  • One speech (approximately 1min 30 sec in duration) - this should be thoroughly learnt and a copy of the speech to hand to the panel.
  • One song - in any style. Accompanying music must be brought with the candidate on a CD.
  • One dance piece - ideally it should demonstrate technique (i.e. Ballet, Contemporary, Modern/Lyrical).

 

All music should be recorded at the beginning of a CD and be clearly marked.

 

Fees are set per anum but are payable termly in advance.
£12,975pa
(£4,325 per term)
Terms and Conditions apply.

Designed for the academically able student (16+) who wishes to pursue their education to advanced level with a view to attaining the necessary skills and qualifications to continuing onto professional Diploma or Degree courses in performing arts – musical theatre, dance or acting.

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3 YEAR PERFORMING ARTS WITH TEACHER TRAINING COURSE (+16)ArtsCentreLogo
Supported by Guildford College and validated by the University of Greenwich
In collaboration with and delivered at the Italia Conti Arts Centre in Guildford, Surrey 

The Three Year Performing Arts with Teacher Training Course offer courses to students who wish not only to perform, but to also qualify as teachers. These courses are delivered in collaboration with The Italia Conti Arts Centre and take place at our Guildford Campus. Throughout the 3 years, students are given the opportunity to follow a performance based course in preparation for professional work and study a range of different acting, dance, singing and musical theatre genres leading to 'in-house' and public performances as well as focusing on teacher training.

For further information on this course or to see a list of other courses run at the Italia Conti Arts Centre, please visit: www.italia-conti.com

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1 YEAR PERFORMING ARTS FOUNDATION COURSE (+16) ArtsCentreLogo
In collaboration with and delivered at the Italia Conti Arts Centre in Guildford, Surrey 

The Performing Arts Foundation Course provides practical training to students relevant to the subject of study and gives a basis of technical training which may be developed upon for those who are studying performing arts professionally for the first time, or as a refresher for those who have previously studied performing arts and wish to fine tune their skills.

For further information on this course or to see a list of other courses run at the Italia Conti Arts Centre, please visit: www.italia-conti.com

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AUDITION DATE
The audition date will be Thursday 9th February 2017.

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

For talented boys aged 16+ for our Performing Arts and Professional Dance Courses based in London, commencing Autumn 2017, we have:
2 x Full Scholarships
2 x Half Scholarships

APPLCIATION DEADLINE
Please return the Audition Application Form before 31st January 2017.

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