Theatretrain Camden is run by Geraldine HymanAcland Burghley School
Saturdays during school term time
TT Mini’s (4-5yrs) 11.30am- 1pm
TT Main School (6-18yrs) 2pm – 5pm
Theatretrain Camden is a part time Drama School that provides professional drama classes, dance classes and singing classes
for young people aged 4-18yrs.
Summer Term Dates: Saturday 18th April – Saturday 18th July
(incl half term)
TT Main School (6-18yrs)
We have 3 age groups, 6-9, 9-12 and 13-18 and each group gets 1 hour of Dance, Drama and Singing
TT Mini’s (4-5yrs)
For over two decades we’ve championed an exhilarating approach to theatre school education
We teach our children how to Dance, Act and Sing in performing arts classes at Acland Burghley School.
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.
No auditions are necessary as we teach them everything they need to know!
At Theatretrain Camden you will experience professional classes and professional performances and work with a great team!! All our Teachers are DBS checked and are either working in the industry or a qualified teacher.
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Theatretrain Camden Perform at The Royal Albert Hall Sept 2015!
Theatretrain Camden have been selected to perform along side 24 other Theatretrain Centres in this years
According to Greek myths, Gods create the world and then people it with mankind.
Musical numbers to include ‘Happy’ (Pharrell Williams), ‘Ho Hey’ (Lumineers), ‘Monster’ (The Automatic)
Theatretrain Camden Makes a Music Video!
Last term Theatretrain Camden Students made a music video to Adele’s Rolling in the Deep! We went to Bonafide Studios to record the track, which was arranged by Robert Hyman. Everyone had lots of fun filming it! Check it out! (it’s at the top of the page!
New Classes: TT Mini’s!
Theatretrain Camden is now running new classes for 4-5yr olds!
Only a few places remain, so get in touch for all the information
Theatretrain Teams up with Goldman’s Agency!
We are excited to announce we are now joining forces with Goldmans Management to represent our students at Theatretrain.
Theatretrain performed at Disneyland Paris
Theatretrain performed over the May Bank Holiday in the pre-parade at Disneyland Paris. It was a fantastic weekend and our students had a great time!
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Geraldine is the Centre Director. She 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 4 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) and 20@O2 at the O2 Arena (2013). Top
Sophie teaches our Dance Classes. Sophie attended Theatretrain between 2006-2010 and performed in “The Long and Winding Road” at the Royal Albert Hall, where she sang a solo. Sophie is currently training at Phoenix Performing Arts, where she studies many different styles of dance, including ballet, tap, modern, contemporary and hip hop, as well as singing and acting. Whilst at Phoenix Performing Arts, Sophie has had the opportunity to perform in “West Side Story”, “Fame”, “Footloose” and “13”, and has played Hermia in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and most recently, Juliet in “Romeo and Juliet”. Top
Emily has just graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on the Musical Theatre course, where she performed the roles of Anna in ‘Spring Awakening’, Victoria in ‘Half a Sixpence’ and Claudia Roe in ‘Enron’. As well as previously teaching at Theatretrain Emily has also taught at various drama schools. Emily has performed in the proms at The Royal Albert Hall singing with the City of Birmingham Symphony Youth Chorus and has also performed for the Queen in Birmingham’s Symphony Hall.
Leah is a recent graduate of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts where she received a first class honors degree in Musical Theatre. After leaving college Leah made her professional debut as Doris in a production of “Damn Yankees’ at the Landor Theatre. Leah has over four years of experience teaching performance to children in her hometown of Tredegar in South Wales and is now thrilled to be teaching at Theatretrain.