2020/2021 Fees

Total fees - 2 year course: £20,000

SPECIAL OFFER: We are currently awarding 2 half scholarship places and offering a reduction in fees for families from a low income background. Please see below and contact us for further details.

A deposit of £2500 is required upon acceptance of a place. This is non-refundable and will be deducted from the second year’s course fees. The balance of fees is due on the following dates:

  • 1st March 2020 - £10,000 due
  • 1st March 2021 - £7,500 due
It should be noted that we have never turned a student away on purely financial grounds. If you have the talent and the work ethic to succeed within this industry as a performer then our senior faculty will work with you to try to find a solution to any funding issue. We welcome conversations and expressions of interest; all applications are treated with the strictest confidence.

The O'Donohue Scholarship

The O'Donohue Scholarship was founded in memory of Dublin-born sisters Maeve and Rosaleen, who loved to perform and inspired many others to do the same.

Two half-scholarships (valued at £10,000 each) are awarded each year to prospective students who have the talent, commitment and work ethic to build sustainable careers in Musical Theatre, but who otherwise lack the financial means to train.

Early applications are essential as once these 2 scholarships are awarded during the audition process each year, no further applications can be considered.

Students wishing to be considered for this scholarship will be means tested before any award is made.


We encourage prospective students and their families to consider the savings they will make by taking a 2 year course (rather than the standard 3 years that many other schools offer) and the vast savings to be made on living costs by not living in central London. There are various trusts and grants available for students who wish to study the arts so do consider a fundraising plan to help you fund your training.

We are always happy to meet with prospective students so do get in touch to discuss your own financial situation.