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Frequently Asked Questions

Below we have listed some of the more frequently asked questions we receive. If you cannot find an answer to your question below please do not hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

What does my child need to wear to class?

If your child has just joined Theatre Artz, for the first few sessions we recommend leggings, t shirt and bare feet or trainers. Once your child has decided they would like to continue, we then have a uniform for the students to wear. This uniform is also used during examinations. Details of uniform can be found on our uniform page.

How much are classes?

Classes are charged on a termly basis and each class varies in price. Please message us for more information regarding prices.

Can my child try a new class?

We are always welcoming new students to our classes and also for our existing students to try something new. Your child is always welcome to attend a one off trial of their new class to see if they like the style of dance, teaching style etc. Please message us in advance to arrange your trial.

Do you do shows?

In a simple answer YES! Performing is our goal and is one of the main reasons many of our students dance with us. In a normal year we perform an annual show in June, perform at the Butlins Gala in May, perform medal tests in March and at a Charity Gala in December. We also have many other opportunities in the year for you to perform at. All of our shows are optional and we try to keep the cost of costumes and extra rehearsals down to make them as inclusive as possible to each student.

What about exams?

We are affiliated with the British Theatre Dance Association (BTDA) and run exams in Ballet, Tap and Modern Jazz. Each discipline starts at a preparatory level and goes up to Vocational exams which also generate UCAS points. Exams are optional, but a great way to mark your progress and achievement.

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