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Friday - Evercreech Village Hall.
5pm - 6.30pm (6.30pm - 7pm LAMDA examination prep)

Saturday - Evercreech Village Hall.
10.30am - 12pm (12pm - 12.30pm LAMDA examination prep)

Our Midi's have a 90-minute session, split equally between singing, dancing and acting to give us the time to hone their craft. 


At the end of the 90 minute standard session, included in the cost of the class is a 30 minute intensive session for students preparing for LAMDA examination.  You can find out more about the benefits of examination here.  Examination preparation class is open to all Midis.

In singing, the Midi's will begin to learn basic vocal techniques, build on their understanding of rhythm and sound and learn a mix of pop songs and musical theatre numbers to provide the variety needed to become a triple threat performer.

In dance, the Midi's will learn techniques from a combination of jazz, modern, basic ballet, pop and street variations.  This will be taught over a combination of technique classes and fun dance routines.

In acting the Midi's will begin to explore improvisation, team and partner exercises and how to work with a script in a variation of monologues, duologues and group pieces.

All of this work will culminate in regular showcases and show classes for parents and carers, to display the hard work we've been doing this term. 

Each year we also work towards examination in the Performing Arts Awards by prestigious exam board RSL.  The exams result in recognised and accredited qualifications, and at the highest grades will contribute to UCAS points.  They are also a fantastic way to help students achieve a rounded and holistic education, alongside their other academic subjects - not to mention, building confidence in communication and performance whilst celebrating student achievement.  Please click HERE to find out more.


Please click here to see fees and term dates.

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