Theatretrain Hitchin

Welcome to Theatretrain Hitchin

Drama Classes, Dance Classes and Singing Classes in Hitchin. Classes run Saturdays during school term time

Hitchin Boys School Sports Centre
Grammar School Walk
Hitchin
SG5 1JB
Tel:07724 433914
Email: hitchin@theatretrain.co.uk
 

TT Main School (6-18yrs) 10am-1pm
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 £18.00 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.

Our Approach
For over two decades we’ve championed an exhilarating approach to theatre school education
in the theatrical arts for young people aged 6-18.

We teach our children how to Dance, Act and Sing in performing arts classes at
Hitchin Boys School Sports Centre
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 Hitchin including Letchworth, Stotfold, Baldock, Stevenage and  surrounding areas.
No auditions are necessary as we teach them everything they need to know!

Our Team

Geraldine Hyman - Centre Director and Singing Teacher

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 in 2009 and took over Theatretrain Hitchin in 2016. During this time she has lead her students in 5 local shows and 5 London shows.


Robert Hyman - Centre Director

Robert has worked with Theatretrain for over 20 years as the Musical Director. He has co-created all Theatretrain’s large scale productions. He is a Conductor, Composer and Arranger of note with over thirty scores to his credit. Other credits include: ‘The Big Life’ at the Apollo, Shaftesbury Avenue ‘Reasons to Be Cheerful’ (performed at the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Opening ceremony 2012) and ‘Come Dancing’, (written by and starring former Kinks front-man Ray Davies).


Whitney Brooks - Centre Manager

Whitney had private singing lessons during her studies at school with the local music trust Benslow and studied GCSE music, GCSE Drama and ‘A’ level drama at secondary school. Whitney attended Theatretrain Hitchin when she was 8 and was a student there for 11 years. She has been in many shows, both London shows and local shows throughout her years at Theatretrain. When Whitney turned 19 she began helping out within the centre, supporting the singing department at all levels and once her training was complete she took over teaching singing from the previous teacher.


Nisha Vyas-Myall - Dance Teacher

Nisha has trained for 15 years with a range of theatre and dance groups, having studied street dance, contemporary, ballet, musical theatre and drama. She holds a BA (hons) degree in Performing Arts from University of Bedfordshire and the Diploma in Dance Teaching and Learning from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Her performance credits include the West End, Cultural Olympiad and various television appearances, and she has been teaching dance for over 9 years


Olavo Cavalheiro - Drama Teacher

Olavo is an experienced stage and screen actor and beginner director from Brazil. His credits include working for Disney Brazil both as an actor (original cast of High School Musical – O Desafio, voice over for the characters Hans in Frozen and Andy in Toy Story 3) and as an assistant director for various projects, as well as having been cast as Gabe in the original Brazilian production of Next to Normal, among others. He moved to London about a year ago and is applying for an MA in directing at the end of this year.


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