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Check in to your online classroom for your weekly lessons at a time to suit you.
Get feedback on your work and have online tutorials.
Come along to one of our regular weekend workshops (NB. during the current restrictions workshops are held online).
At the end of your course appear at our graduation showcase for agents and casting directors.
You can start your career today
Check in to your online classroom for your weekly lessons at a time to suit you.
Get feedback on your work and have online tutorials.
Come along to one of our regular weekend workshops (in London, Manchester, Birmingham and all over the UK).
At the end of your course appear at our graduation showcase for agents and casting directors.
Start a 14-day no obligation free trial today 
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If you have ever wondered how to become an actor, joining The Acting Academy will give you tailored Technique, Art and Business Lessons every week allowing to study at your own pace and making sure that you have EVERY OPPORTUNITY to achieve your goals all for just £18.99 a month
The Principal
Award Winning Producer and Actor
Mark Pegg trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Art and became a popular face on British television screens in the role of Alfie Kane in EASTENDERS and Tony Wier in the BAFTA winning and critically acclaimed OUR FRIENDS IN THE NORTH. 

Mark’s film producing credits include HEROES & VILLAINS released in the UK by Lionsgate and starring James Corden and Jenny Agutter, the award winning documentary TOVARISCH: I AM NOT DEAD and most recently DREAM ON starring Richard Coyle, Sienna Guillory and Sam Torrence. Forthcoming projects on the slate include RED CARD a thriller scripted by veteran writer Don Shaw set in the murky world of professional football and TRUNKAJUBBY a children‘s animation series. 
The Tutors
Sean Connolly is a Radio Drama Director/Lecturer at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Highlights in Sean’s 30 year career as an actor & voice artist: he provided the voices for 10 characters in the Oscar, Golden Globe and twice BAFTA-nominated SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE, also the International Emmy Award-Winning ‘Shaun’ Christmas Special THE FARMER’S LLAMAS playing Hector – Head Llama. He is the official voice of the HORRID HENRY stories (all voices!) for BBC Radio and plays Ezra in the current hit CBeebies Animated Series ‘JOJO & GRAN GRAN’. In the audio world of DOCTOR WHO, Sean has played the father of Dalek-creator Davros, making him the ‘Grandfather of the Daleks’ & has also played a Sontaran. In the WARHAMMER 40K worlds he has voiced many fantasy characters, as well as his first full length audio book. For BBC Radio Drama - credits include playing Keith Horrobin in THE ARCHERS 
Jade Asha is an award winning, Mauritian/English Actor and Filmmaker from London. She began her acting career in 2006 which has spanned TV, Film, Theatre and Voiceovers. Jade is most known for her role of Naeema in THE INTENT. She began creating her own work in 2009 due to the lack of auditions at the beginning of her career. Jade is now CEO of London Independent Pictures and has produced award winning films which she has both written and performed in. She also runs a successful voiceover company Jade Asha Voiceovers.

She is the author of Actorpreneur, a guide book on how to become a working actor.

Jade's lessons will help you to keep building your credits and market yourself by taking advantage of technology and the internet.
Jack Tutt trained as a professional actor at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, graduating in 2014 with a BA (Hons) and a National Professional Diploma in Acting from the University of Greenwich. He also studied at Performance Preparation Academy as a part of the Guildford School of Acting in 2010/11. Whilst training, he played one of the chess students in the 2013 production of The Machine for the Donmar Warehouse and Manchester International Festival, directed by Josie Rourke. Since leaving drama school, his professional theatre roles have included Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing, Toad in The Wind in the Willows, Banquo and Macduff in Macbeth, Puck and Peter Quince in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Bagheera in The Jungle Book and Buttons in Cinderella: The Pantomime. He is currently finishing his MA in Actor Training and Coaching at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. 
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How long does the course last?
Whilst there is no contract, so you can drop out at any time, the course is designed to be as close as possible to a traditional Drama School. You will therefore receive at least three lessons per week for 3 years getting progressively more advanced as you go through each semester.
How do I access my classroom?
When you sign up for the course you will be sent a link which will enable you to choose your own password for access to the classroom. Go to your classroom on a regular basis to see your new lessons and have permanent access to your previous lessons (making revision easy). If you haven't received this link within 10 minutes of signing up, please check you junk folder. If you still haven't received it contact us immediately.
How are my assignments marked?
Most of your assignments will involve you sending in a video of your work. One of your tutors will send you back their feedback.
Where are the Weekend Workshops held?
Workshops are held at various theatres throughout the country. You can choose to travel to them all or just attend the ones that are nearest to you.
How will I get to work with other students?
The weekend workshops are great opportunities to meet up with your fellow local students. In most cases we will use these as opportunities to pair you to work on dialogues.
When can I appear in the Graduation Showcase?
Normally it will be when you have finished the course, however provided that you have completed at least one year you can apply to be included early. The acceptance of that application will be entirely at the discretion of your tutors.
Will I receive a recognised qualification?
Those students that wish to will be entered in to LAMDA exams to level 8. LAMDA is recognised to award qualifications on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) in England by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual), in Wales by Qualifications Wales (QiW), and in Northern Ireland by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA)
How much does it cost?
After the initial free trail monthly membership is £18.99 per month or premium membership is £85.99 per six months.
Is there an additional cost for the workshops?
The price of weekend courses are kept to a minimum to encourage as many students to attend as possible. 
How do the online tutorials work?
Online tutorials are held via Zoom, FaceTime or Skype. You can book a lesson with the tutor of your choice by accessing their diary from the link given in particular lessons in your classroom. The cost of a tutorial differs by tutor between £30 - £50 per tutorial. Premium members get 4 free half hour tutorials per year. 
Is there an alternative to the Graduation Showcase?
If for whatever reason you are unable to attend a graduation showcase after completing the course we will arrange for a video showreel of your work to be distributed to casting directors and agents.
Will the the course allow me to join Spotlight?
When you have completed two years of the course you will be eligible for entry in to Spotlight Casting Directory.
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