Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

An intensive two-year programme which provides students with the core training for a career in the performing arts. This course develops the essential components of Musical Theatre – singing, dancing and acting and is designed to offer appropriate training for those who have career aspirations in this area.

Our Musical Theatre course at Tring Park School boasts an illustrious alumni appearing in theatre, TV and film and secures degree course places for a high percentage of graduates.

 
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Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Jazz class
  2. Group vocal warm up
  3. Songs and monologue – two musical theatre songs to be performed from memory with piano accompaniment which must be no more than 32 bars in length. They must be contrasting in style and tempo, and, demonstrate the candidates flexibility and dexterity of vocal strength, range and characterisation. Candidates should supply the sheet music for accompaniment in the required key. Pre-recorded accompaniment will only be accepted in extreme circumstances and is not encouraged. Candidates should perform their strongest song first (second song at the discretion of the panel). A monologue of no more than two minutes from a published play which demonstrates the candidate’s personal strengths.
  4. Interviews (at the discretion of the panel) – during the audition candidates may be interviewed with specific regard to relevant experience, aspirations, career directional choices and personal qualities/skills.
  5. Academic assessment – entry to the school is largely based on audition however, all candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10-minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a pupil has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

 

Clothing and Equipment

  • Regular clothes to be worn for the songs and monologue part of the audition.
  • Dancewear to be worn for the jazz class with either jazz shoes or jazz trainers.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

An intensive two-year programme which provides students with the core training for a career in the performing arts.

Our Musical Theatre course at Tring Park School boasts an illustrious alumni appearing in theatre, TV and film and secures degree course places for a high percentage of graduates.

 
VIEW COURSE

Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Jazz class
  2. Group vocal warm up
  3. Songs and monologue – two musical theatre songs to be performed from memory with piano accompaniment which must be no more than 32 bars in length. They must be contrasting in style and tempo, and, demonstrate the candidates flexibility and dexterity of vocal strength, range and characterisation. Candidates should supply the sheet music for accompaniment in the required key. Pre-recorded accompaniment will only be accepted in extreme circumstances and is not encouraged. Candidates should perform their strongest song first (second song at the discretion of the panel). A monologue of no more than two minutes from a published play which demonstrates the candidate’s personal strengths.
  4. Interviews (at the discretion of the panel) – during the audition candidates may be interviewed with specific regard to relevant experience, aspirations, career directional choices and personal qualities/skills.
  5. Academic assessment – entry to the school is largely based on audition however, all candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10-minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a pupil has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

 

Clothing and Equipment

  • Regular clothes to be worn for the songs and monologue part of the audition.
  • Dancewear to be worn for the jazz class with either jazz shoes or jazz trainers.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

Our Sixth Form Acting Course provides a unique opportunity to develop skills and techniques in a dynamic, exciting and professional environment.

The course is designed for pupils who are interested in theatre, film and TV acting in a variety of ways: as potential actors or singers or from a more technical or academic point of view.

 
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Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Candidates must be prepared to take part in a drama workshop/movement class audition with their fellow auditionees.
  2. Two contrasting drama pieces to be given from memory, of no more than two minutes long each. One piece written before 1790 and one piece written and set after 1890.  They must be taken from published plays (i.e. not film scripts)
  3. A short informal interview with the Director of Drama discussing future career plans, and performing experience, hobbies or skills, musical/singing ability, A-Level choices and anything pertinent to the application, workshop or monologue choices.

 

Educational Test

All candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10- minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a candidate has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

 

Clothing

Candidates are advised to wear comfortable clothes.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

Our Sixth Form Acting Course provides a unique opportunity to develop skills and techniques in a dynamic, exciting and professional environment.

The course is designed for pupils who are interested in theatre, film and TV acting in a variety of ways: as potential actors or singers or from a more technical or academic point of view.

 
VIEW COURSE

Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Candidates must be prepared to take part in a drama workshop/movement class audition with their fellow auditionees.
  2. Two contrasting drama pieces to be given from memory, of no more than two minutes long each. One piece written before 1790 and one piece written and set after 1890.  They must be taken from published plays (i.e. not film scripts)
  3. A short informal interview with the Director of Drama discussing future career plans, and performing experience, hobbies or skills, musical/singing ability, A-Level choices and anything pertinent to the application, workshop or monologue choices.

 

Educational Test

All candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10- minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a candidate has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

 

Clothing

Candidates are advised to wear comfortable clothes.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 

FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts is one of the nine specialist Music and Dance Schools in the UK.

The Sixth Form Dance Course is a two (Level 5) or three-year (Level 6) programme of study, accredited by Trinity College London. The course specialises in classical ballet, jazz and contemporary dance. For those with an outstanding ability in dance – prospective candidates should be working at least at the level of Advanced 1 and the class will be set at this standard or above.

 
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Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Ballet class – for girls this will include pointe work.
  2. A section of a contemporary class.
  3. Flexibility assessment.
  4. Dance solo – this can be in any style. We are happy to see the candidates own choreography.
  5. Physio screening
  6. Academic assessment. All candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10-minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a candidate has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

During the audition day candidates may be interviewed with specific regard to relevant experience, aspirations, career directional choices and personal qualities/skills.
 

Clothing and Equipment

  • Girls – plain leotard, pink ballet tights, and usual ballet shoes. Bare feet for the contemporary class. Hair should be neat and tied up away from the face.
  • Boys – unitard with socks and usual ballet shoes.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts is one of the nine specialist Music and Dance Schools in the UK.

The Sixth Form Dance Course is a two (Level 5) or three-year (Level 6) programme of study, accredited by Trinity College London. The course specialises in classical ballet, jazz and contemporary dance. For those with an outstanding ability in dance – prospective candidates should be working at least at the level of Advanced 1 and the class will be set at this standard or above.

 
VIEW COURSE

Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Ballet class – for girls this will include pointe work.
  2. A section of a contemporary class.
  3. Flexibility assessment.
  4. Dance solo – this can be in any style. We are happy to see the candidates own choreography.
  5. Physio screening
  6. Academic assessment. All candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10-minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a candidate has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

During the audition day candidates may be interviewed with specific regard to relevant experience, aspirations, career directional choices and personal qualities/skills.
 

Clothing and Equipment

  • Girls – plain leotard, pink ballet tights, and usual ballet shoes. Bare feet for the contemporary class. Hair should be neat and tied up away from the face.
  • Boys – unitard with socks and usual ballet shoes.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts is one of the nine specialist Music and Dance Schools in the UK.

The Sixth Form Dance Course is a two (Level 5) or three-year (Level 6) programme of study, accredited by Trinity College London. The course specialises in classical ballet, jazz and contemporary dance. For those with an outstanding ability in dance – prospective candidates should be working at least at the level of Advanced 1 and the class will be set at this standard or above.

 
VIEW COURSE

Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Ballet class – for girls this will include pointe work.
  2. A section of a contemporary class.
  3. Flexibility assessment.
  4. Dance solo – this can be in any style. We are happy to see the candidates own choreography.
  5. Physio screening
  6. Academic assessment. All candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10-minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a candidate has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

During the audition day candidates may be interviewed with specific regard to relevant experience, aspirations, career directional choices and personal qualities/skills.
 

Clothing and Equipment

  • Girls – plain leotard, pink ballet tights, and usual ballet shoes. Bare feet for the contemporary class. Hair should be neat and tied up away from the face.
  • Boys – unitard with socks and usual ballet shoes.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts is one of the nine specialist Music and Dance Schools in the UK, giving pupils on this course a fantastic music education. This course develops the essential components of the music industry. It is designed to offer appropriate training for those who have career aspirations in this area.

The curriculum covers three broad interdisciplinary areas of learning: live performance skills, song writing and composition, and music production. Pupils on the course are taught by industry musicians, who are actively working in the business.

 
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Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Two popular songs (post 1960 – current day) to be performed from memory. This could include original material, an arrangement of an existing piece, or a combination of both. The two pieces should be contrasting in style and tempo, and demonstrate the candidates ability and understanding of the techniques and effects associated with their principal instrument or voice. Each piece should last no longer than two-and-a-half minutes. Candidates are asked to supply the sheet music (with cuts marked in) for the accompanist, if required. However, we are happy for candidates to accompany themselves or use backing tracks where appropriate.
  2. Candidates may be required to complete some simple aural and theory assessments as part of the audition.
  3. During the audition candidates may be interviewed with specific regard to relevant experience, aspirations, career choices and personal qualities/skills.

 

Educational Test

All candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10- minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a candidate has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

Our Sixth Form Acting Course provides a unique opportunity to develop skills and techniques in a dynamic, exciting and professional environment.

The course is designed for pupils who are interested in theatre, film and TV acting in a variety of ways: as potential actors or singers or from a more technical or academic point of view.

 
VIEW COURSE

Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Candidates must be prepared to take part in a drama workshop/movement class audition with their fellow auditionees.
  2. Two contrasting drama pieces to be given from memory, of no more than two minutes long each. One piece written before 1790 and one piece written and set after 1890.  They must be taken from published plays (i.e. not film scripts)
  3. A short informal interview with the Director of Drama discussing future career plans, and performing experience, hobbies or skills, musical/singing ability, A-Level choices and anything pertinent to the application, workshop or monologue choices.

 

Educational Test

All candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10- minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a candidate has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

 

Clothing

Candidates are advised to wear comfortable clothes.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE

Candidates who are successful at the screening stage will receive a link to complete the online audition application.

An intensive two-year programme which provides students with the core training for a career in the performing arts.

Our Musical Theatre course at Tring Park School boasts an illustrious alumni appearing in theatre, TV and film and secures degree course places for a high percentage of graduates.

 
VIEW COURSE

Audition Information

Audition Schedule

  1. Jazz class
  2. Group vocal warm up
  3. Songs and monologue – two musical theatre songs to be performed from memory with piano accompaniment which must be no more than 32 bars in length. They must be contrasting in style and tempo, and, demonstrate the candidates flexibility and dexterity of vocal strength, range and characterisation. Candidates should supply the sheet music for accompaniment in the required key. Pre-recorded accompaniment will only be accepted in extreme circumstances and is not encouraged. Candidates should perform their strongest song first (second song at the discretion of the panel). A monologue of no more than two minutes from a published play which demonstrates the candidate’s personal strengths.
  4. Interviews (at the discretion of the panel) – during the audition candidates may be interviewed with specific regard to relevant experience, aspirations, career directional choices and personal qualities/skills.
  5. Academic assessment – entry to the school is largely based on audition however, all candidates will sit an academic assessment. The academic part of the audition involves a computerised verbal and non-verbal reasoning test followed by a 10-minute writing test from which we can identify very quickly if a pupil has difficulties with handwriting speed, spelling or grammar.

 

Clothing and Equipment

  • Regular clothes to be worn for the songs and monologue part of the audition.
  • Dancewear to be worn for the jazz class with either jazz shoes or jazz trainers.

Apply

All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and Spring Term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

 
FIND OUT MORE