Future Faces Theatre School
Future Faces Theatre School was opened in 2001 by a group of experienced professional stage performers including the actor Nick Conway (played Billy in the BBC comedy series Bread). Since then the school has developed a fantastic reputation for performing full productions and cabarets at The Queens Theatre giving local children the chance to perform at a high level. As they are not owned by a national franchise the group are free to tailor - make their classes to suit the students needs. The school runs two 3 hour sessions on Saturdays - morning and afternoons, so parents can choose which suits their weekend regime. Children start attending as young as 5; three hours may sound a long time but they have two good breaks and a warm up and warm down period. Parents may bring a child for a free 3 hour session to give it a go. The school has a very settled and experienced teaching staff who have helped children develop their technique while having a lot of fun!
There is a one-off Registration fee of £10 Fees per 7 weeks term £112 (£16.00 per session) All fees are inclusive of VAT HORNCHURCH SUMMER SCHOOL - £85 per week 30July -3rd August There is a production fee for full productions i.e.at The Queens theatre, this is to help towards the huge cost of mounting the Production. The 2006 production fee was £30. A smaller production fee of £10 is charged for cabaret shows.
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