PERFORMERS COLLEGE is an independent Further Education College for the Performing Arts.Read more
Situated in Essex, just off the M25 motorway, we are well placed for easy access to the many theatres and TV studios in and around London.
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The students I’ve worked with have always been hard working, professional and delivered high level performances. I’m proud to be a patron of Performers College
Kim Gavin, Creative Director for Take That
The Olympics Closing Ceremony, 2012.
Performers was far more than a college to me. It felt like my second family. Pushing yourself to become a professional entertainer has an amazing amount of challenges and Performers College made my journey so easy. The standard of teaching was second to none and once I finished my training I felt complete and ready to leave. They still show a huge amount of interest in my career today and I graduated in 1996.
Dougie Mills, graduate 1996
Tap Dogs, Take That, Viva la Diva (Tap Choreographer).
The training I received from Performers College has been and continues to be the solid foundation of my professional career. From London to Los Angeles, I am certain I would not have had such a long and prosperous career without attending Performers College. For me it was not only the physical training but also teaching me the skills to turn my talents into a career. This is imperative to all artists and Performers College was essential to my success.
Sarah Amos, graduate 2002
Beyonce, Britney, Kylie, Kanye West.
Performers College gave me the best all round training that I could have wished for, in a perfect working environment, which moulded me into the performer I am today. The belief of the staff and Directors’ helped me turn my dreams into reality.
Joseph Prouse, graduate 2003
Evita, Shrek, Jersey Boys, Singing in the Rain, Dirty Dancing, Forbidden Broadway.
Performers pursuit of perfection in an industry with even higher standards of excellence is what drives their work forward, and makes them a leading force in today’s cutting edge of dance – across all genres.
Choreographer for 1D and Robbie Williams
I grew so much whilst I was at Performers and it was the perfect foundation I needed for entering the professional world. The college pushed me both on my strengths and my weaknesses. The wide variety of teachers on the faculty meant that I was given a broad outlook on the industry. Mostly I felt looked after and looked out for. The college has always been massively supportive.
Sophie Linder-Lee, graduate 2004
Mamma Mia, X Factor, Wicked (Glinda).