"Without my training at BAMT I would not have been accepted onto my course...for that I will always be extremely grateful"
Tom Babbage (training at Royal Central School of Speech & Drama)

"Rob is a fantastic teacher who taught me, and so many other west end performers, invaluable singing technique and skills"
Eugene McCoy - Jersey Boys & Mamma Mia (West End)

"Tim was the first creative I ever worked with. I learned so much and can safely say that I would not be working now without his encouragement and inspiration."
Helen Colby - Sweeney Todd & Sister Act (West End), The Sound of Music (National Tour)

"Rob filled me with the knowledge, ability and confidence to go and get work in the West End, fulfilling a dream, and for that I will always be grateful"
Danny Mac - Wicked (West End) & Hollyoaks (Mark 'Dodger' Savage)

"I wouldnt have got where I am today without the great training I received from Tim"
Christopher Killik - Love Story (West End) & Chess In Concert (Royal Albert Hall)

"If you're looking to get into drama school then I would strongly recommend BAMT"
Lucy Wilsher (training at Urdang Academy)

"If you're thinking about pursuing a career in theatre, Bath Academy of Musical Theatre is the perfect stepping stone into the profession"
Dan Lea (training at Oxford School of Drama)

"I am now in London studying Musical Theatre - and know I wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for BAMT"
Evangeline Tantram (training at London College of Music)

"The teachers are all experts in their disciplines and provide an excellent level of training"
Tom Corbishley (training at AMTA)

The Course

Running on Monday and Thursday evenings, the course is uniquely designed for students looking to get an edge with their training - whilst still continuing with their daytime studies at college/school or employment. Students are given individual attention, and for 6 hours a week receive focussed training from experienced performing arts lecturers and practitioners. It is one of the only courses in the area to give equal weight to all three disciplines - with time being split equally between singing, dancing and acting.

 

Entry onto the course, which runs in line with the academic year from September to June, is by audition only - with the minimum age requirement being 16 years old. 

 

Our aim is to give students an introduction into the skills, committment and hard work required in full-time training establishments - allowing talent to flourish and enable them to #takethenextstep

 

WEEKLY TIMETABLE

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SINGING

- One to one technique lesson

- One to one repertoire lesson 

- Ensemble singing class 
 

ACTING

- Voice & speech training

- Monologue preparation 

- Acting through song 
 

DANCE

- Ballet - technique, barre exercises and centre work 

- Jazz - technique, routines and audition preparation

 

Students have the opportunity to take Trinity College London Musical Theatre or Speech & Drama exams to achieve UCAS points - or the Diploma in Musical Theatre at Associate Level (this is a nationally recognised NQF Level 4 qualification which is the equivalent to the first year of a Degree course).

 

Visting Tutors - we realise the importance of training with the best possible tutors, so we have regular masterclasses with top actors, directors and musicians - including Kerry Ellis, Hadley Fraser, Julie Atherton, Oliver Tompsett, Rosalie Craig, George Stiles, Craig Adams, Louise Plowright, Helena Blackman, Neil Ditt & Helen Colby.