For over two decades Theatretrain have championed an exhilarating approach to theatre school education in the theatrical arts for young people aged 4-18. We teach our children how to Dance, Act and Sing in performing arts classes at Acland Burghley School.
Theatretrain brings out the best in students, builds confidence, and gives aspiring young actors opportunities of a lifetime via our large scale London shows and our smaller local shows each year.
We have 3 age groups, 6-9, 9-12 and 13-18 and each group gets 1 hour of Dance, Drama and Singing
We create amazing opportunities for our stage school students to perform on stage in local, regional and world famous West End venues.
All students have the chance to perform every year.
A fantastic 1.5hr class that includes 30 mins of Dance, Drama and Singing.
A fun introduction to the performing arts.
No auditions are necessary as we teach them everything they need to know!
05 October 2015 - More announcements
We accept students from areas around North London including Camden, Islington, Highgate, Crouch End, Muswell Hill, Tufnell Park, East Finchley and Hampstead and surrounding areas.View timetable
TT main School is £20 for a 3hr session however you do sign up for the term. (terms vary between 12-14 weeks)
We do offer 50% sibling discount and concessions are available, please get in touch for details.
TT minis is £10 for a 1.5hr session, again you sign up for the term.
No sibling discounts or concessions available for this class.
This recommendation was made verbally by a parent speaking to the KalliKids team and confirmed in writing.
My daughter has been going since June and she goes every Saturday from three hours. She does an hour each of singing, drama, and dance. The first thing that struck me about Theatretrain was that the people who run it are very approachable, but they are also very professional. I felt very confident leaving my daughter for three hours. They showed me round and told me about what they would be doing. They were very, very nice women. They instil a very good attitude into the children - things like teamwork, and that everyone has their place to play. They are really good at helping the kids feel confident and explore their creativity. It's fabulous for my daughter. I am really pleased I found this. Harper came out the after the first time saying she had made new friends. The atmosphere is good and they're encouraged to be friendly with each other. Harper loves every section of it. She is really happy and she keeps focused. She especially enjoys drama and feels comfortable with the teachers. She loved doing a show - she was a little nervous but she loved it. The communication is really good and we always know where we are and what the children need.
I really like the way that Theatretrain run the group - they are very professional and caring. The children get so much out of it - confidence and the chance to dance, sing and act for three hours every Saturday. My daughter, Daniella has been going to Theatretrain for five years now and she loves it, especially singing and dancing. The children get the opportunity to take part in shows too and have performed at The Royal Albert Hall.
The thing I really like about Theatretrain is that my daughter really enjoys it! She has been going since April and does an hour each of singing, dance and drama, so she gets to do all sorts of things. Her singing has already improved. On a recent performance at The Albert Hall I thought the teachers were really well organised and the children responded well to them - I feel they are in safe hands. I think Theatretrain is a really good thing for children to do and my daughter looks forward to going - it's well worth the money.
I am delighted Zack attends Theatretrain. My son looks forward to his Saturday session. I feel he is encouraged to be confident and feel good about his acting skills.
A really amazing school and kind teachers.
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Geraldine has a BA(Hons) in Popular Music and Technology and while at university she specialised in singing. From there she went on to teach both privately and with Theatretrain for over 5 years before becoming Centre Director of Theatretrain Camden. During this time she has lead her students in 4 local shows: Theatretrain Goes West (2009) Man in the Mirror (2010) The Magic Book (2012) The Cave of Adventures (2014) and 5 London shows: The Long and Winding Road (Royal Albert Hall 2007) Step into Christmas (Theatre Royal Drury Lane 2009) I Don’t Feel Like Dancing (Royal Albert Hall 2011), 20@O2 at the (O2 Arena 2013) and How to Make a Hero (Royal Albert Hall 2015)