The ArtsEd Part-Time Foundation course in Musical Theatre takes place over two intensive terms, preparing students for drama school auditions and the industry. This course aims to work seamlessly around students’ day-jobs, taking place over three evenings a week. Students will work with expert tutors to develop crucial performance skills whilst learning about the industry and life at drama school.
The overall objective is to equip students with the skills and confidence to audition with success, and to find out if musical theatre training is the right path for them.
|Course Fee 2020-21||£3,500|
Applicants must be 18+
Candidates whose first language is not English must provide proof of their English proficiency by having either an ELTS overall score of 7, a TOEFL score of 100 or an IELTS score of 6 or equivalent.
Information regarding overseas students: The process has not changed since Brexit and students from abroad will still need to apply for a short-term study Visa.
Applications for 2022 entry will be open soon.
“I really enjoyed being on the Musical Theatre Part-time Foundation course! Over the two terms I gained so much experience in all three disciplines which helped prepare me for both auditions and my future in the industry. I also created long lasting friendships with people who share my passion. I cannot wait to start at ArtsEd this September on the BA (Hons) degree course in Musical Theatre after having gained so many skills that I can now apply to my training and to everyday life.”Hayden Cable
“I’m thrilled … I’m starting at GSA on the Musical Theatre BA (Hons) course in September! I just wanted to thank all of the brilliant teachers at ArtsEd for all the help and guidance I received while on the Part-Time Foundation course.”Tom Griffiths
“I would 100% recommend part-time training for anyone considering it. After unsuccessful auditions for BA courses at drama school for two years in a row, I searched for alternatives and came across the Part-Time Foundation course at ArtsEd. It was far more economically viable than a full time course and I felt that I got all the training necessary for me to take the next step into full time training. I am now studying BA Actor Musicianship at Rose Bruford and couldn’t be happier. I’m extremely grateful that I was given the opportunity to attend this course, and fear that had I not, I would still be floundering at auditions with very little idea of what I was doing wrong.”Callum King
“Since the Part-Time Foundation course, I’ve been very lucky to be offered a place at London College of Music doing their three-year Musical Theatre course!”Emily Guest