Theatretrain Wrexham

Welcome to Theatretrain Wrexham

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About Us

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

Come and join us at Theatretrain Wrexham for  dance, drama and singing classes for 6-18 year olds. Whether you’re a West End wannabe or a shy wallflower looking to make friends and gain confidence this is the place for you. Our ethos is as a ‘performance company’ and ALL students take part in ALL productions whatever their level of ability. We believe this not only gives our students skills and confidence in performance but also respect and appreciation for each other AND the responsibility of working for the team not just themselves.
So come along…we’d love to have you on board!

Our Classes

TT Main School (6-18yrs)

Saturdays 10am-1pm  

We have 3 age groups, 6-9, 9-12 and 13-18

Each group gets 1 hour of Dance, Drama & Singing
Sessions are payable per term and equate to £18.00 for 3 hours
We create amazing opportunities for our theatre school students to perform on stage in local, regional and world famous West End venues.
All students have the chance to perform every year.

TT Minis (4-5yrs)

Saturdays 11am-12.30pm

Half hour dance, half hour acting and half hour singing every Saturday
£9 per week (payable per term)

Click HERE for a registration form for Tinies and Minis

TT Tinies (3yrs)

Saturdays 10.30am-11am

Our FREE Introductory class for 3 year olds

Regional Choir (9+yrs)

Thursdays 6pm-8pm

Our Regional Choir is for children age 9+ from Wrexham, Chester , Mold and the surrounding areas. We meet at The Daniel Owen Centre in Mold. Visit the website HERE for more information

Summerschool and Holiday Workshops

You may also be interested in our summer school holiday activities.

Visit our Summerschool website HERE

Upcoming Events


7th September – 7th December


Production by the age 13-18 groups in all four local schools
The Forum Studio Theatre, Chester
9th and 10th December 2019

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

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 Wrexham and surrounding areas.
No auditions are necessary as we teach them everything they need to know!

Our Team

Our team have a wealth of experience both as teachers and as performers. They all hold a current DBS certificate and many are licensed chaperones within the entertainment industry.


Steve Davies - Centre Director

Steve opened Wrexham Theatretrain in October 2007, two years after taking over Chester Theatretrain in April 2005. Over the next two years successfully opened a second Chester School on Fridays and then the Mold School.Steve's role is to oversee the artistic and teaching standards within the schools. He also regularly leads classes and also creates all of our productions by bringing together the various aspects of the show at the final stages of rehearsal.As well as leading workshops in primary schools in the area Steve also regularly acts and directs. Having been a member of Tip Top Productions since the company's inception he also has the responsibility of being the group's Artistic Director.As a professional actor he has worked with LHK Productions on pantomimes at The Stiwt in Rhos near Wrexham, having directed and worked alongside names such as Rugby and Celebrity Big Brother star, Gareth Thomas, Nikki Graham and Sonia. Most recent directing projects were ‘Oklahoma’ and ‘Grease’ at Theatr Clwyd for Tip Top Productions. He continues to produce and direct the annual pantomime at The Forum Studio Theatre each Christmas.

Andrew Rawlinson Heath - Dance Teacher

Andrew trained professionally at Phil Winston's Theatreworks where his focus was on musical theatre and dance. He is now working within the industry and recently finished a UK tour with CBBC's 'In The Night Garden Live' and recently in Tip Top Productions Jack and the Beanstalk. Andrew hopes that his passion and drive rubs off onto the students, just as his tutors did to him. Having started as our acting teacher, Andrew has now moved over to teach dance, which is where is passion lies. Andrew will be appearing in Return To The Forbidden Planet at Theatr Clwyd and in Cinderella for Tip Top Productions at The Forum Studio Theatre in Chester at Christmas.

Kate Salmon - Acting Teacher

Kate is a professional actress who studied an MA in Music Theatre at the prestigious Central School of Speech Drama, London following a degree in Drama at Bretton Hall Drama School and a Degree in Music and Sociology from the University of Liverpool.After graduating with an MA Distinction the past two Christmas's saw Kate playing both Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk and Wendy in Peter Pan in Manchester for Pendle Productions. January 2012 then saw Kate make her professional Musical Theatre debut in the UK No1 tour of Girls Night opposite Eastenders’ Gillian Taylforth playing the roles of Kate and Sharon.Other credits include Prince Charming in Cinderella, Mrs Durbeyfield in the musical revival workshop of Tess of the D'Urbervilles and Gudrin in the UK premiere of Sigrun’s Firewritten by Stephen Clark (Zorro, Martin Guerre and Love Story), Andy in Stepping Out  (Forum Studio), Betty in The Full Monty (Clwyd Theatr Cymru) and Principal Vocalist in Live at the London Palladium (London Palladium).As well as being a trained singer, actress and dancer, Kate also holds a PGCE in further education and has taught for Theatretrain for many years teaching all three disciplines.

Annie Howarth - Singing Teacher

Annie is local girl who trained at Theatretrain Friday School during her teenage years. Since then she has performed with various performing arts companies around the North West and played parts such as ‘Frenchie’ in Grease, ‘Scaracmouche’ in We Will Rock You and ‘Cosette’ in Les Miserables. Singing has been a huge part of Annie’s life and she loves the uplifting feeling it brings herself and the pupils she teaches. Her favourite songs to sing are happy songs with lovely harmonies. Annie hopes to give her pupils confidence and encourage them to always give everything a go!

Gemma Richards - Tinies and Minis Teacher

Gemma has been involved with theatre from a very young age. Although she studied Politics and American Studies at the University of Nottingham and currently works as an administrator in Wrexham, her lifelong passion is theatre and she is involved in every aspect Gemma has been involved with a number of amateur theatre groups throughout the country; including Hall Green Theatre, Birmingham, Grove Park Theatre, Wrexham and Nottingham University’s New Theatre. Grove Park Theatre is where you will find her these days; she is the programme editor and also sits on the executive committee. She has appeared in numerous stage productions, appearing as Florrie in Dracula, Mrs. Worthington-Worthington in Me & My Girl, Susan in Our Day Out, Caroline Bingley in Pride & Prejudice, May Hassall in Accrington Pals as well as numerous pantomimes. She was last seen treading the boards as the Fairy Godmother in Grove Park Theatre’s Cinderella. Gemma is also often found backstage at productions and is an experienced DSM and ‘techie’ as well as props and wardrobe. As well as the main theatre, Gemma has also been involved with Grove Park Youth Theatre for many years and directed the last two annual productions; Grimm Tales and Tales from Oz, which she also co-wrote. She is currently designing and making costumes for their next production, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Theatre is Gemma’s passion and she is so excited to be part of the Theatretrain team.


Keep in touch with us using our social media pages. Our other websites have details about our SUMMERSCHOOL and REGIONAL CHOIR