Auditions


Entry into the Bath Academy of Musical Theatre is by audition only. Applicants must be aged 15 or over when the course begins. Candidates will be asked to prepare the following (to be performed from memory):

  • 2 contrasting musical theatre songs (please provide sheet music in the appropriate key - no backing tracks)
  • 1 monologue (maximum length 2 minutes)

Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear as you may be required to participate in dance and drama workshops. The non-refundable audition fee (£20) is due with the Application Form.

The first opportunity to audition for our course starting in September 2020 will be on Sunday 29th March at 4pm. Anyone attending our West End Workshop on the same day will not be required to pay the audition fee!

Please download an application form and send it to us at your earliest convenience - we will then contact you to arrange an audition.

Please email admin@ba-mt.com if you have any questions regarding auditions.

Testimonials

Helen Colby
Sweeney Todd & Sister Act (West End), The Sound of Music (National Tour)

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.

Lucy Wilsher
(trained at Urdang Academy)

If you're looking to get into drama school then I would strongly recommend BAMT

Danny Mac
Wicked (West End) & Hollyoaks (Mark 'Dodger' Savage)

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

Tom Corbishley
(trained at RWCMD & AMTA)

The teachers are all experts in their disciplines and provide an excellent level of training

Evangeline Tantram
(trained at London College of Music)

I am now in London studying Musical Theatre - and know I wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for BAMT

Tom Babbage
(trained at Royal Central School of Speech & Drama)
Made West End debut in The Play That Goes Wrong

Without my training at BAMT I would not have been accepted onto my course...for that I will always be extremely grateful

Dan Lea
(trained at Oxford School of Drama)

If you're thinking about pursuing a career in theatre, Bath Academy of Musical Theatre is the perfect stepping stone into the profession

Christopher Killik
Trained at Royal Academy of Music
Credits inc. Love Story (West End) & Chess In Concert (Royal Albert Hall)

I wouldn't have got where I am today without the great training I received from Tim

Eugene McCoy
Jersey Boys & Mamma Mia (West End)

Rob is a fantastic teacher who taught me, and so many other west end performers, invaluable singing technique and skills