TT Main School (6-18yrs) 10.00 – 1.00pm
We have 3 age groups, 6-9, 9-12 and 13-18 and each group gets 1 hour of Dance, Drama and Singing
Sessions are £19 for 3 hours
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 and our next production will be in the Royal Albert Hall. (Spaces Still Available)
TT Minis School (4-6yrs) 12.00 – 1.30pm
The TT Minis group get a half an hour of Dance, Drama and Singing, this is a foundation session in the performing arts and gives younger children a strong first step into theatre but in a fun and creative environment.
Sessions are £9.50 for 1.5 hours
For over two decades we’ve 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
MYCENAE HOUSE .
Our Stage school 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 accept students from areas around the Greenwich Borough including Blackheath, Lewisham, Deptford, Stratford, Canary Wharf, Eltham, Woolwich, Charlton, Brockley and Sidcup etc.
No auditions are necessary as we teach them everything they need to know!
At Greenwich Theatretrain you will experience professional classes and professional performances and work with a great team!! Our team are all DBS checked and professionals in the performing arts, working nationally and internationally within their profession.
Holly is our dance teacher here at Theatretrain Greenwich.
As a BA Hons European Theatre Arts graduate from Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama, Holly has trained in a range of contemporary movement and vocal techniques. She is an all round performer but specialises in physical theatre, interactive and participatory performance and collaborative devising. Her dance background includes Ballet, Contemporary, Commercial, Contact Improvisation, Jazz, Modern, Musical Theatre, Physical Theatre, Pointe, Stepping, Street and Tap! She also holds a Distinction in Grade 8 Musical Theatre from London College of Music.
Tania is our drama teacher here at Theatretrain Greewich.
Director Tania Azevedo is the co-founder of award-winning Play Pen Productions, https://www.playpenproductions.org/ which produced LaChiusa’s Hello Again at the Hope Theatre and Associate Director for Standing on the Shoulders of Giants.
She received an OFFIE award nomination for ‘Best Director’ for Paper Hearts. She teaches musical theatre regularly to students of all ages, including University and Drama School students. Recently she’s taught at Edge Hill University, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Mountview academy of theatre arts as well as being a guest tutor for National Theatre Connections.
Recent directing credits include Tenderly (New Wimbledon Theatre) XY (From Page to Stage at The Other Palace), Plots (TRSE and Citizens Theatre), Paper Heats (Upstairs at the Gatehouse and International Tour), Piece of Silk (The Hope Theatre), The Signalman (VAULT Fest), Hello Again (Hope Theatre)
Ella is singing teacher at Theatretrain Greenwich
I’ve been singing since I was very young. My first performance (according to my mum’s memory) was in front of all the parents at Nursery school singing Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Since then, the love of performing has never left me and I’ve been gigging as a professional singer since the age of 14. In my teenage years I also developed a love for acting, getting involved in every school play and local show, and performing as far afield as Australia with the Boomerang theatre company. I then decided to audition for drama school and during three wonderful years at Rose Bruford College, I was lucky enough to work with Pangean Productions on their show, ‘Lines’, which went on to the Edinburgh Fringe. Having now graduated, I’ve signed to The Narrow Road Company and am auditioning as a professional actress/singer, as well as getting involved with various bands, gigging wherever and whenever I can.
Diane Reddington is the Centre Director of Theatretrain Greenwich.
With a BA Hon in Contemporary Dance Theatre from Trinity Laban Conservatoire and an MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy from Goldsmith University London: Diane is passionate about bringing the performing arts alive for all ages and abilities. She believes whole heartedly that the practice of movement and the performing arts has a huge benefit for the individual. Improving confidence, social interaction, fitness and coordination with unique benefits for the developing minds of young people.
She held a dance residence at Daghda Dance in Ireland, worked with ActOne ArtsBase as Dance Development Manager and facilitator for inclusive dance and also has worked extensively in the community dance sector within Day Centres, Schools, Prisons and at festivals as part of her Arts Psychotherapy work.