Frequently Asked Questions...
Our 13 week courses are for anyone looking for that extra training and wanting to expand their knowledge! Having been to drama school or not. For us, it's not so much about where you've been, it's about where you're going.
We want our students to meet working actors, writers & directors and be able to progress to the next stage of their career, whether that's auditioning for a top drama school or trying to secure work or agent representation!
How Much Does It Cost?
Our 13 week Acting for New Writing Course is £600 a term (£46.15 per week)
Our Collaborative Theatre Course is £500 a term (£38.46 per week)
We provide payment plans if you're worried about the cost.
We also have a half scholarship for each course.
"Where are you based?"
-but our students have commuted from Essex, Kent, Surrey, Reading, Oxford & Manchester.
"I've trained already but it's not working out for me"
We want all of our actors to finish the term feeling confident, determined and ready to work! We can help you with agent letters and industry invites to the show. We will top up your training, specifically in regards to acting technique and performing contemporary new writing. We pride ourselves on being able to connect you with new writers, directors and upcoming fringe projects.
"I want to audition at an accredited drama school"
We have experience of these auditions and completed courses at accredited schools, so we can help find the right one for you too. We will then help you with your audition prep. We can assist you when it comes to choosing your monologues- we know how tricky that can be!
We will work on them in class- fine tune them until it becomes second nature and support you every step of the way. --We can also provide references where necessary!
"What does the course include?"
We will endeavour to provide each of our students with a handy toolkit of voice, movement and acting technique that, as a working actor, that they can put into practise in their future work and auditions. Michelle has 10 years worth of teaching experience, 8 years of professional acting experience and 6 years of producing, writing and directing experience. As well as a pool of industry professional friends who come in to teach workshops.
We believe the most important part of our course will be our students carrying their skill set forward into their next project as well as meeting working playwrights and directors to form links within the industry to help secure them work in fringe projects for the future.