ArtsEd Trio: Screen, Stage and Musical Theatre (11-13)

Posted on: September 28th, 2021 by Will Holyhead

During this fun packed three day course the students explore each of the three disciplines we offer here at ArtsEd: Screen Acting, Stage Acting and Musical Theatre:

Screen Acting: techniques and skills for performing on screen and and introduction to the technical aspects of film making.

Stage Acting: focusing on improvisation and character work.

Musical Theatre: students will work with a Musical Director and a Choreographer to learn a song-and-dance number from a popular West End musical.

Drama (11-13 yrs) Autumn 2022

Posted on: September 23rd, 2020 by ArtsEd Admin
Drama (11-13) is a unique (and fun!) mix of Stage Acting and Acting for Camera over 3 hours. Young people learn about each in equal measure as the sessions are split 50/50, just like the BA Acting degree students here at ArtsEd!
Skills and techniques are developed, and confidence built, through games, activities, and projects that encourage learning and teamwork.

Stage Acting classes cover:

Screen Acting classes focus on:

Each class lasts 50 minutes with a 10 minute break in between.
Parent/Carer Information:
Students should wear comfortable clothing they can move around in and soft shoes or trainers. Please bring a bottle of water and a snack (strictly no nuts).
Please note: If you would like your child to be in a group with their friend please include their full name when booking. We cannot change groups once they have been formed.

Musical Theatre (11-13 yrs) Autumn 2022

Posted on: September 23rd, 2020 by ArtsEd Admin

Musical Theatre (11-13) is a 3-hour session where young people build their skills and confidence through lessons in Singing, Dance and Acting/Drama. Participants learn routines, songs, and scenes from Musicals to develop their ‘triple threat’ potential. We introduce students to all three disciplines and focus on developing their core skills in communication, confidence and teamwork. Each class lasts 50 minutes with a 10 minute break in between.

Parent/Carer Information:
Students should wear comfortable clothing they can move around in and soft shoes or trainers. Please bring a bottle of water and a snack (strictly no nuts).

Please note: If you would like your child to be in a group with their friend please include their full name when booking. We cannot change groups once they have been formed.

Private Lessons

Posted on: August 11th, 2019 by artsAdmin

ArtsEd EXTRA offer private lessons with ArtsEd tutors in all three disciplines. These are currently available both face-to-face and online.

These classes are designed for students wanting to prepare for an audition, developing technique and/or building confidence. Previously students that have had private tuition have gone on to gain a place in our full time day school, sixth form or degree courses as well as numerous other performing arts institutions.

 

LAMDA

Posted on: August 11th, 2019 by artsAdmin

We also offer LAMDA exams as part of our Saturday programme. These will be taking place online, at least for the first half of term.

LAMDA exams are about achievement – recognising and rewarding the endeavours of each individual – but they are also about empowerment. Our ultimate aim is to provide all people with the opportunity to develop the life skills they need to be a success: attributes such as self-confidence and the ability to communicate clearly and present ideas.

At the heart of LAMDA examinations is the recognition that the qualifications are for everyone. Across the globe, the examinations unite learners of all ages, abilities, backgrounds and cultures in enthusiasm for the English language and a desire to develop skills for life.

If you would like to book a LAMDA lesson please email extra@artsed.co.uk for information. Slots can be booked as half an hour (£25) or an hour (£40).

Please note: These will be taking place online next term.

 

Margarete Pagliarulo

Margarete trained at ArtsEd Tring & the London school.

She performed in the “Nutcracker” at the Festival Hall many times, and numerous other pantomimes during her early years.

She is a full member of Equity and a professional actress and dancer. She incorporates movement into many of the Shakespeare pieces she trains her medal students for and this is often noted in the outstanding marks they achieve at exam level.

During her career in TV, film and theatre she had roles including “Monty Python, Ripping Yarns, Up Chat Line, Duchess of Duke Street, Life of Disraeli, The Two Ronnies, & Anna Karenina.”

Margarete has also trained members of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and been the voice coach for a celebrity chef in Hell’s Kitchen.

She trains actors for auditions for TV & Radio, and specialises in teaching spoken English to foreign students.

She is fluent in German and can speak conversational French and Italian.

Alongside this she also has a successful career, spanning over 30 years, teaching LAMDA and Speech & Drama to  pupils of all ages and ability.

She has taught in international boarding schools and preparatory schools, covering all areas of the syllabus for all ages. Her pupils always obtain excellent results, and many students have achieved distinction at Bronze, Silver & Gold Medal. As well as these achievements contributing to academic points towards UCAS, they also play a vital part in self confidence and building technique for interviews.