Here you’ll find a full list of all the classes we run at Beginners On Stage.
Found a class that you’re interested in? To register simply select it from the drop-down menu at the bottom of the page.If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
The classes are divided up into age groups (all working towards the same performances)
Monday 3.45pm: 7-9yrs
Monday 5:15pm: 10-11yrs
Thursday 3.45pm: 14-17yrs
Friday 3:45pm: 10-11yrs
Friday 5:15pm: 11-13yrs
All Beginners On Stage classes are £8 per hour, each class is 1.5hr duration. LAMDA classes £16 per hour and one to one classes are £30 per half an hour.
Throughout the year our students have the opportunity to demonstrate their performance skills during filming work with outside production companies, often leading to professional paid work and sometimes whilst entertaining the public, at various charity events.
We also run one-to-one LAMDA lessons in our studio or online.
Have any questions? Feel free to contact us.
LAMDA EXAM CLASSES
Exams in Performance and Communication.
There are 12 classes held each week. Each class has a maximum of 4 students and classes are divided into two sub sections; performing and knowledge. The ratio is 1 teacher – 2 students.
The children prepare for an exam during term and, when ready, take their exam.
– LAMDA classes cover all ages and are £16 per hour.
– Various Days & Times GROUP CLASSES ONLINE 1 hour
– Online group glasses 2 students 1hr, £30 per student. This works well when they are studying the same subject or if students are doing a Duo or a Combination exam choice.
– Various Days & Times PRIVATE CLASSES ONLINE 30 mins. £30 ‘ONE TO ONE
– Beginning of rehearsals for the yearly show.
– Working on lines and plotting of the scenes.
– London Theatre Trips.(when possible).
All classes work towards the show whilst also having fun doing warm ups, group games and acting exercises.
– Rehearsals for the yearly show at The Princes Hall Theatre, Aldershot.
– Working in more technical detail: how to come on stage, deciding on props and going over scenes to perfect lines.
– Working on expression and how to say the lines.
– London Theatre Trips (when possible).
At the end of the shows, yearly awards are given out to children who have worked particularly hard.
– Filming Comic Strips, Filming Music Videos and Filming Individual Showreels
– ‘Fleet Speech, Drama and Musical Theatre Festival’:
All children prepare individual, duo and group pieces in: Acting, Verse and Prose, Musical Theatre, Reading for Performance, and Improvisation.
Quiz nights, Pizza Nights, Pantomimes, Theatre Trips.
Beginners Has Talent:
At the end of the school year all the children can perform anything they choose to entertain parents and friends during the last week of term.