Let your child explore the performing arts at Sonnets Theatre Arts School. Learn how to improvise, work as a team, develop a valuable skill set and most of all have fun performing a wide variety of performing arts techniques.
What will my child gain from performing arts classes?
Drama, singing and dance classes provide an array of techniques for your child to develop social skills and confidence. The Performing Arts require focus and concentration and the story telling and interpretation of stories through drama compliments reading, and children are learning in a fun and practical environment .
Pupils will learn how to articulate, present themselves and feel confident to stand and perform in front of an audience and most of all have fun!
Sonnets Theatre Arts School does not require an audition to join its Drama, Singing and Dance classes, all abilities, no matter how talented are welcome.
Classes run in Andover, Salisbury and Newbury. You can now register interest for a NEW Saturday morning class opening in Romsey.
Register you interest in a space in any of the classes incuding the new class in Romsey. here.
Annual Presentation on a Professional Stage
All pupils get to perform on stage at the end of each year at our annual presentation. There are no extra rehearsals for this performance, it is a variety performance of clips from classes. Drama pieces are sometimes also shown in class at the end of term.
LAMDA Acting Exam Assessments
Assessments are required for the LAMDA Acting Classes. Typically children are approximately 9 years old to start taking grades. LAMDA Acting Examinations go right up to A Level standard and you also gain UCAS points for University. A fantastic extra skill to add to your University application or CV.
David Phaure, Sonnets Director and LAMDA Drama Coach has over 9 years experience of coaching Acting and Verse and Prose examinations.
School Holiday Musical Workshops
Keep an eye on this website for Sonnets popular school holiday musical workshops. Children taking part in holiday workshops work towards a musical production of drama, singing and dance for parents to come at watch at the end of the course.