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The College aims to provide students with the greatest possible individual attention from a dedicated, highly-qualified and caring staff, furnishing them with the broadest spectrum of musical theatre training.

“Both personal and professional guidance Read More and support was rated as “outstanding.” Trinity Report 2013

Students are encouraged to direct their natural talents in all aspects of musical theatre to develop the skills required for their chosen career and to work together in an atmosphere of mutual understanding and involvement.

The main emphasis of the course is on practical training within a comprehensive range of dance and musical theatre skills.

The objective of our courses is to prepare students for employment in the entertainment industry as ‘triple threat' musical theatre performers and to enable each student to achieve the highest possible standard of professionalism.

Whilst we work across the three core musical theatre skills of dance, singing and acting with all students, dance is central to our ethos.

Most professional musical theatre auditions begin with a dance audition and invariably graduates, whether they specialised in singing, acting or dance, will need to pass this audition before proceeding to the next stage.

Dance is therefore a core skill at Laine. All students, whether or not they have had much previous experience, must achieve a high standard in this discipline. Ballet is the foundation of all dance and students participate in streamed classes throughout their course.

Courses are structured to enable our students to benefit from the comprehensive range of subjects provided. However, within this framework, there is the opportunity for specialisation and students are encouraged to appreciate and learn from each other's talents. Read Less

Course & Program

Qualification Level: Diploma Level 6

All Diploma students work towards a vocational qualification in Musical Theatre or Dance.

The College aims to provide the broadest possible musical theatre and dance training, majoring on a student's individual talents and giving each student personal attention.
This enables them to graduate with professional confidence secure in the knowledge that they are prepared for whatever the industry demands of them.
The duration of our Diploma course is three years and the minimum age of entry is 16.

The Core Disciplines
Dance
The foundation of all dance is ballet and all students have classes in classical ballet with the option to study further for those who have a particular aptitude and skill level. Other dance classes include; tap (free-style and American) / contemporary dance / pas de deux / jazz / modern dance / Pilates / gymnastics (for male students only).

Singing
Expert tuition in the art of professional musical theatre singing is an essential part of every student's course. Specialist teachers work with students individually and in groups. Practical classes include: vocal development, harmony, music rudiments and sight-reading, audition presentation, musical theatre repertoire and performance technique.

Acting
Acting is core to every subject and class taught at Laine. Whether it be singing a ballad, performing detailed choreography or reciting verse; students need to understand how to act through song, dance and text. The curriculum includes:practical classes on improvisation technique, scene study, sight -reading, basic acting techniques, advanced acting and acting for the screen.

Course Duration: Three years

Course Fee: £ 18225.00 For Year

Qualification Level: Diploma Level 6

All Diploma students work towards a vocational qualification in Musical Theatre or Dance.

The College aims to provide the broadest possible musical theatre and dance training, majoring on a student's individual talents and giving each student personal attention.
This enables them to graduate with professional confidence secure in the knowledge that they are prepared for whatever the industry demands of them.
The duration of our Diploma course is three years and the minimum age of entry is 16.

The Core Disciplines
Dance
The foundation of all dance is ballet and all students have classes in classical ballet with the option to study further for those who have a particular aptitude and skill level. Other dance classes include; tap (free-style and American) / contemporary dance / pas de deux / jazz / modern dance / Pilates / gymnastics (for male students only).

Singing
Expert tuition in the art of professional musical theatre singing is an essential part of every student's course. Specialist teachers work with students individually and in groups. Practical classes include: vocal development, harmony, music rudiments and sight-reading, audition presentation, musical theatre repertoire and performance technique.

Acting
Acting is core to every subject and class taught at Laine. Whether it be singing a ballad, performing detailed choreography or reciting verse; students need to understand how to act through song, dance and text. The curriculum includes:practical classes on improvisation technique, scene study, sight -reading, basic acting techniques, advanced acting and acting for the screen.

Course Duration: Three years

Course Fee: £ 18225.00 For Year

Qualification Level: BA (Hons) Degree

This innovative, one-year programme has been designed to enable committed performers to extend their understanding of musical theatre production. The course offers students and practitioners the opportunity to explore aspects of musical theatre not usually addressed in vocational training and provides access to further HE study and enhanced employment opportunity when considering career progression.

The course programme is flexible and adaptable and has been designed to accommodate professional working patterns. Following a two-day Induction at LTA’s Performing Arts Centre, students meet with tutors on one Sunday a month at a Campus Study Day (CSD) for a day of workshops, seminars, lectures and one-to-one tutorials. A comprehensive, online tutorial system ensures students receive full support and guidance from Personal tutors as they work on written research projects in the periods between CSDs.

Running from September to May each year, the course comprises three units: Research and Development in Musical Theatre Practice; Critical Analysis of Musical Theatre in Production and Production in Musical Theatre Practice.





Research and Development in Musical Theatre Practice

In this unit students explore the relationship between historical and current Musical Theatre traditions and create a present day ‘virtual’ production based upon resources, practitioners and creatives drawn from any era. Assessment is by written assignment and verbal presentation.

Critical Analysis of Musical Theatre in Production

In this unit students visit the same professional, musical theatre production on three occasions and carry out a full critical analysis based on the experience of seeing the production from three different time and vantage points. Assessment is by written assignment.

Production and Production in Musical Theatre Practice

In unit three students draw upon their experience of units one and two to stage a short piece of musical theatre. Students may choose to be assessed in performance, choreography or direction, each of which is accompanied by an analytical production notebook and viva.

Course Duration: One year

Course Fee: £ 9000.00 For Year

Qualification Level: Foundation

The Laine Theatre Arts Foundation Diploma is an intensive 28 week course. It is designed for students who are 16 + years who have either auditioned unsuccessfully, or who simply do not feel ready to take up a place on a performing arts diploma or degree course.

Throughout their time on the Foundation Course, students are given comprehensive teaching to build a strong technical skill base and are offered individual guidance towards their chosen career path.

The training on the Foundation Course is mentally and physically intense and students are pushed to make the quickest possible progress from the outset. Auditions can begin as early as February, and therefore the steepest learning curve must be undertaken within the first term of the students' training.The drive to progress and improve comes from the student and is mirrored in the determination of the tutors to help him or her reach their potential. Days on the course are filled to capacity with a full timetable of dance, acting and singing classes, as well as audition and interview technique workshops.

By the end of the course each student should feel completely prepared for the audition process and secure in their ability to cope with the demands of a three year vocational performing arts programme.

Student progress is continuously overseen by the Course Director who holds regular tutorials and individual feedback sessions.

A typical day starts at 8am and finishes at 6.15pm.

Course Duration: One year

Course Fee: £ 8000.00 For Year

Awarding Bodies
ISTD
Trinity College London
CDMT
UCA