Students will engage in a multi-disciplined training programme stretching themselves as actors, singers and dancers, allowing for a seamless combination of performance skills required for the industry.
Our outstanding Level 6 Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre, awarded by Trinity College London is designed to allow students to develop their skills and be thee best performer they want to be.
Year one will focus on developing core techniques in singing, acting and dance allowing students to build on their underpinning performance skills. Class work follows a demanding structure, allowing strength and consistency to develop. All first year students take part in the end of year production, allowing them to demonstrate techniques developed throughout the year.
Year two starts to blend the application of techniques to performance and challenges students to push the boundaries in all areas of their training. Second year students take part in a full length in-house musical to allow students to develop the understanding of performance in practice. Class work focuses more on developing integrated practice, with masterclasses featuring more heavily in the timetable.
Third year students focus mainly on performance, allowing students to use all the skills they have developed from years one and two. Those who reach the required standard in the second semester will be given the opportunity to perform in our Agent Showcase at Pineapple Studios in London's West End.
Students research, engage with and rehearse a range of material and singing styles to enable them to develop the accurate, integrated, engaging and secure singing skills required to work as a professional performer in musical theatre.
As well as technical tuition and repertoire-based projects, study areas include the integration of singing, dancing and acting skills, and vocal health and safety.
Students research, engage with and rehearse a range of material and dance styles to enable them to develop the accurate, secure, expressive dance expertise required to work as a professional performer in two chosen dance genres.
As well as technical tuition and repertoire-based projects, study areas include the integration of singing, dancing and acting skills, and the principles and application of safe dance practice. In addition, course providers may choose to offer classes in a variety of dance genres to give students a wider dance vocabulary which may be of use to them in securing employment after graduation.
Students research, engage with and rehearse a range of material and performance styles to enable them to develop mature, engaging and secure acting skills.
Students perform to an audience in a range of contexts. These could include:
Students undertake classes and projects through which they demonstrate an understanding of the skills required to gain and sustain employment as a professional musical theatre performer. Classes/projects also cover issues of personal health, safe practice and well-being, and the application of these in the professional work environment.
Areas of study include:
Students undertake classes and/or projects that enable them to develop and evidence research, critical thinking, communication and organisational skills that extend their knowledge and understanding of the broader context of their areas of study.
These might typically include:
Throughout your training, you will regularly perform in workshops, musicals and showcases. Plus, at the end of each year you will perform in our annual end-of-year show at a top theatre.
Each week you will receive a 30-minute private singing lesson with a professional vocal coach.
In your third year you will audition for a panel of agents and industry professionals at the renowned Pineapple Studios in London.
You will work with expert, industry professionals who know what it takes to get you where you want to go.
Acting, singing and dancing. All day, everyday. It's that simple.
We keep our class sizes small so you can get the attention you deserve.
Tuition Fees 2024/2025
£12,000 per year.
- All training costs.
- Private singing lessons.
- Public end of year show
- In house performances.
- Books and Stationery.
- Professional Headshot (3rd Year)
- Spotlight Membership (3rd Year)
- Costume Deposit
Dance and Drama Awards (DaDA)
The Dance and Drama Awards (DaDA) are scholarships funded by the EFSA (Education and Skills Funding Agency), and students from the UK and EU may be eligible.
These awards are offered by selected schools to the students displaying the most potential to succeed in the profession. Only students taking an approved Trinity College London qualification will be eligible to be considered for an award.
The Dance and Drama Awards are scholarships that are income assessed and may offer reduced tuition fees and support with living costs.
For more information visit the DaDA website >
Entry onto our courses is via audition.
For more information, please see Admissions and Auditions Information >