Achievements

 

 

 

WhatsNew

 

Classes are now being held at Yeovil Community Church, The Gateway, Addlewell Lane, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1QN

 

   

 

CurrentNews

 

 "Congratulations"

 

Congratulations to former pupil Alex Jackson on his West End debut in the musical "The Bodyguard" and his performances with Rita Ora and other stars in Concerts and TV

 

Congratulations to former pupil Kate Jordan who has been awarded scholarship places to five of the UK's top Musical Theatre Schools.

  

 

   

 

RecentNews

 

 

Congratulations to former pupil Abigail Matthews on her first West End engagement in the amazing production of Warhorse.

Congratulations to Matt Parker on gaining a 2:1 BA Hons Acting Degree from Bath Spa University followed by a professional stage debut in She Stops to Conquer and also a job in South Korea teaching Drama

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

                Former Pupils Excel

Alex Jackson has had an amazing year, he has performed in front of thousands of people at various concerts including such stars as Lady Gaga and Rihanna. He has also made many television appearances and has  numerous modeling and promotional contracts. He has just been offered his first West End role in the musical " The Bodyguard"

 

Kate Jordan has been awarded scholarship places to five top musical theatre schools. Kate has decided to attend Bird College situated in London commencing in 2013.

 

Jenny Ellis has been awarded a place at the Performance Preparation Academy on a three year Musical Theatre Course.

 

Molly Birnie has been offered a place at "The Space" College to further her performing arts studies.

 

Congratulations to 9 year old Paris Grassi and 16 year old Eronwy Selwyn who have both been offered fully funded scholarships for the forthcoming year to The Somerset School of Performing Arts as a result of winning the schools annual Search for a Star competition.

 

 

Ben Watkins aged 18 years performing in The Royal Mile during Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011

                                                                                    

Ben Watkins has been a pupil at The Somerset School of Arts from the age of 6. Ben has performed at numerous venues in a variety of roles all over the country. His latest performance, a play which he wrote with two of his friends,  "Dial H for Hitchcock" was a sell out success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011

 

 

Former Pupils star at the Olympic Ceremonies

Former pupils Alex Jackson and Caroline Rees had the amazing experience of performing at The  Olympic opening and closing ceremonies in London in July. Both are now professional dancers and both spent many years of their early training at The Somerset School of Performing Arts

 

 

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