The Course

Running on Monday and Thursday evenings in central Bath, 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, commitment and hard work required in full-time training establishments - allowing talent to flourish and enable them to #takethenextstep.

Weekly Timetable


  • One to one technique lesson
  • One to one repertoire lesson 
  • Ensemble singing class 


  • Voice & speech training
  • Monologue preparation 
  • Acting through song 


  • Jazz, Ballet, Streetdance & Commercial - technique, stretch and strengthening, centre work & flexibility
  • Routine work - 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).

Visiting 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, Louise Dearman, Clive Rowe, Michael Jibson, Caroline Sheen, Julie Atherton, Oliver Tompsett, Rosalie Craig, George Stiles, Craig Adams, Louise Plowright, Helena Blackman, Neil Ditt & Helen Colby.


Tom Corbishley
(trained at RWCMD & AMTA)

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

Lucy Wilsher
(trained at Urdang Academy)

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

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