14TH - 18TH FEBRUARY 2022
'& JULIET' HALF TERM WORKSHOP
WHAT: This 5-day intensive has been designed for young performers and fans of the West End Smash Hit '& Juliet'.
You will meet and work with some of the actual stars of the show, learn how to turn pop songs into musical theatre hits, work with acting coaches on the techniques of modern-day Shakespeare, explore the energetic hip hop style of the choreography, sing the songs and learn the dances as well as create an '& Juliet' style pop/musical number to be filmed and released on our flagship YouTube Channel to our millions of viewers!
WHO: This workshop is open to performers who have a true passion and commitment to performing arts. Performers will be learning at an advanced level, so prior training is recommended. Performers often make friends for life in our intensives, having surrounded themselves with like-minded, dedicated individuals.
AGE GROUPS: Juniors are aged 8-13. Seniors are aged 13-19. At the faculties discretion, some attendees might be moved between groups regardless of age if the alternate group is deemed better suited to their level.
HOW MANY: We do not pack performers in by their hundreds! Groups are restricted to around 20 performers each, to guarantee intensive training and personal attention.
TIMINGS: 11am - 4pm each day.
WHERE: State-of-the-art studios in London EC1V (a short walk from Angel Tube - Zone 1)
COST: £250 for the week workshop. Full refunds will be issued if the workshop is cancelled due to a change in covid restrictions.
BOOK NOW: To book your place, scroll down to the booking form below.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"The teaching is excellent, the children are amazing and everything is well organised, but best of all, the children thrive on the lessons and come out exhilarated and exhausted."
"Thank you very much for the opportunity to profit from your experience and professionalism."
"The staff are superb and we’ve never heard our son speak so much about what he has learnt in an afternoon. Thank you for bringing my son to a level of happiness I didn't think was possible."