Drama Tuition Birmingham
As Spotlight is a stage school not just a dance school we also have weekly lessons in Drama for Birmingham students. These Drama classes cover various acting techniques including voice projection, physicalisation, characterisation, accents, emotion and improvisation. Drama is a very creative subject which teaches skills that can be transferred to many other areas, e.g.; giving speeches, speaking in front of classmates at school, debate teams, etc.
The high level of drama training at the school has seen numerous pupils experience great success in professional / paid TV, film and stage work.
In film drama pupils from Birmingham have appeared in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, PAN, King Arthur, Florence Foster Jenkins, plus numerous other short films and video shoot in Serbia for Supermassive Games.
In television dramas Birmingham pupils have appeared in Waterloo Road (60+ pupils over 5 series), Doctors, Skins, Daziel & Pascoe, Panorama, Room 101, Evil Up Close, Twirlywoos, BBC National News Reconstruction and Midnight Beasts, as well as various work for Ragdoll Productions (Teletubbies, Rosie & Jim, etc.) and CBeebies.
In television commercials Spotlight Birmingham pupils have appeared in adverts for TK Maxx, Seven Seas, Nationwide Building Society, Asda, Harvester, MacMillian Cancer Support, Moonpig, Hula Hoops, Dream Beds, Sleepmasters, Walker Bingo Hall, RNIB, NHS Drinks Awareness.
In professional stage shows / musicals Spotlight pupils have appeared in the West End versions of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matilda and UK tours of Oliver!, Miss Saigon, The King & I, Gangster Granny, Brassed Off, Nativity the Musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicoloured Dreamcoat, South Pacific, Once Upon This Island, as well as numerous amateur dramatic performances of hit musicals.
In Shakespeare, Birmingham Spotlighters have performed in Much Ado About Nothing and Midsummer Night’s Dream. In pantomime Spotlighters have appeared in Cinderella, Dick Whittington and Jack & the Beanstalk alongside many famous faces.
Whilst the class lessons work on technique, creativity and preparing for performances, LAMDA drama exams can be taken via additional 1-2-1 lessons.