The Musical Theatre course at Norhtbrook MET is an in-depth course and is a great stepping stone between university and professional training/jobs. The tutor’s take time to make the course as personal as possible for each individual. It is a safe environment to develop all disciplines of performance, which ultimately has prepared me for the industry.
I believe the training I received at the MET has provided me with the best training possible, it’s basically a drama school but without the price tag. The opportunities given to the students are invaluable and we have performed in some fantastic venues in London and across the South Coast. One of the things that attracted me to the course in the first place was that Northbrook MET has its own theatre and courses in other theatre disciplines to work alongside. I would highly recommend the course to anyone who… Read more “Helen Woolf”
Northbrook MET is the place to go if you want to study musical theatre. They try hard to make sure your experience is as close to a drama school as it can get. With lots of one to one contact time, and plenty of hours, you are able to really achieve goals and see improvements in all areas of dance, singing and acting. There are so many outside opportunities that you can also audition for, such as MOVE IT at the EXCEL London and being part of a Charity Ball… Read more “Emma Da Costa”
An exciting course combining strong technical training, creative opportunities and industry experience. The course programme involves the study and practice of both traditional and innovative areas of musical performance. The course includes in-depth vocal training, a wide range of acting techniques and technical dance training in Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Contemporary, Pas de deux and Commercial.
Students are given the opportunity to perform many times at our own 160 seat Northbrook Theatre and have the chance to present their skills at an agents’ showcase in both Brighton and London. In addition to this, students have benefitted from a range of additional performance opportunities over the last few years. These have included performing at Earls Court Olympia and London Excel as part of the Move It dance exhibition, creating and performing work at corporate events, cabarets in bars and pub venues and modelling for clothing designers in catwalk shows.
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