Meet British students; create your own show!
Join us for a unique opportunity to improve your skills as a performer and work with students from Britain as well as from around the world. At our 2-week camp, you will have the opportunity to develop your knowledge of performing arts, acquire new skills, discover a new talent and work as a team towards a performance. Download our Theatre Camp info sheet or scroll to find out more.
Please note: to join this course, a minimum English level of Higher Intermediate (B2) is required.
Your Theatre Sessions
15 hours of theatre per week
For UK and international students
Write and perform in your own show!
Taught by performing arts professionals, your sessions will include musical composition, storytelling, singing, stage combat, dancing, mime and acting for the stage. Working from various stimuli you will discover and create characters, plot lines and plays. As a team you will select your preferred show that will showcase your individual skills and strengths as a group. You will then be led towards your performance through rehearsals of blocking, playing to audience, characterisation, performance techniques and direction. We are confident that this will be an experience you will never forget!
1 full-day trip per week
1 half-day trip per week
Variety of daytime activities
2 evening activities per week
Highlights of our activities programme include trips to London, Bath, Salisbury, Southampton and the New Forest, a fish and chips dinner on the beach, and a barbecue party in the school’s field with storytelling around a bonfire. You will also join students on our Classic Programme for a wide range of other activities such as art workshops, music, dance and team games. All of these are designed to help you develop your skills, get creative and have fun with your new friends from around the world.
Half-day trip destinations include New Forest and Poole.
Trip destinations include Dorset Coast and London.
Download the New Forest timetable for full details. This will be available soon.