What Was Left Written by Molly Taylor | Directed by Matt Hassall The Sandman Written by Harry Blake | Directed by Jennifer Fletcher in collaboration with the Company. Southwark Playhouse, London. 14th June – 29th June 2019 Book tickets https://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk
We are excited to bring the energy and creativity of The BRIT School to a summer school for 8 to 16-year-olds, from Monday 29th July - to - Friday 9th August. This is a 1 or 2-week programme of creative and performance-based workshops, including, Dance, Digital Design, Music, Performing Skills and Film & Photography. The programme is designed to give young people the opportunity to explore their own passion and interests in creative and performing arts. Find out more and book your place today!
The BRIT School is the leading Performing and Creative Arts school in the UK and completely FREE to attend. It provides a unique education for over 1,300 pupils aged between 14 and 19 in the fields of music, film, digital design, community arts, production and performing arts as well as a full academic programme of GCSEs and A Levels.
We are excited to bring the energy and creativity of The BRIT School to a summer school for 8 to 16-year-olds, from Monday 29th July - to - Friday 9th August.
This is a 1 or 2-week programme of creative and performance-based workshops, including, Dance, Digital Design, Music, Performing Skills and Film & Photography.
The programme is designed to give young people the opportunity to explore their own passion and interests in creative and performing arts. To book your place and find out more, follow the link below.
The BRIT School relies on the generosity of individuals, companies and institutions to fund those things that make this such a special place: the people, productions and facilities that enable us to break down barriers for young people seeking an exciting career in the arts.
With your support to #keepBRITspecial, we can continue to be at the heart of creative talent development in the UK, nurturing young artists and innovators, and leading the campaign to protect the arts in education.
Creativity, Challenge, Community
BRIT Kids was set up by The BRIT School to offer Performing and Creative Arts classes to the local community at the weekend. 18 years later, over 650 children participate in BRIT Kids community classes in South London every week at The BRIT School and we are now taking BRIT Kids nationwide
BRIT kids embodies the ethos of The BRIT school and is very much part of the highly reputable BRIT family. BRIT Kids is a safe, creative place for children to explore their creativity and to challenge what they think the performing and creative arts can give them. Our values are ‘Creativity, Challenge, Community’.
We build on the 25 years plus of experience and exceptional track record of one of the world’s most respected performing arts and technology schools to deliver world-class training programmes, mentoring and coaching for organisations and individuals in search of something different.
Our team understands the challenges faced by business and the specific skills required by people to be creative, maximise potential and perform at their best. Whether you are an entrepreneur or an experienced CEO, starting a new position or simply looking to continually develop your skills, we can help you to unlock your potential, unleash creativity and develop the skills and confidence to be successful.
BRIT for Business profits will be donated in full to support the activities of The BRIT School, helping to nurture and develop the next generation of talent across the creative industries; so by working with us you will also be helping and giving something back.