Starstruck & Starstruck Junior
How long do the classes last for?
Students can join this triple-threat class for weekly one and a half-hour or three-hour sessions.
One and a half hours is ideal for the beginner budding star who will learn a great foundation in the triple-threat skills. Once the groundwork has been established you can progress on to the full three-hour class.
What will I gain from joining a Starstruck class?
- Access to a professional recording studio each week. It is essential to have time in a recording studio if you want to take your singing to a professional level. To develop the skills needed for triple-threat, you need to make use of all the resources available to you. The performing arts school studio equipment includes: professional microphones, processors, compressors, limiters, EQs, and effects to create an expert sound to your recordings
- Access to a professional green screen studio each week. It is necessary in today’s fast-paced world of production that students attending a performing arts school obtain experience working in this type of environment, as the studio space allows singers and performers to be photographed and filmed and then become superimposed onto virtual backgrounds. This is a great visual tool which creates the perfect environment to help you build up a strong portfolio which demonstrates your dance, drama, and singing skills.
- A varied schedule of stimulating and interesting projects. Guided by talented industry qualified teachers, students will star in; story-telling movies, Vlogs, TV work, commercials, short movies, and animated films.
- Students have access to a professional theatre space complete with 100 seat auditorium. The theatre space at Starbrite Studios School of Performing Arts includes lighting rigs, sound equipment, lapel and wireless microphones. By learning theatre choreography at our performing arts school, it enhances their triple threat skills getting them ready for a successful career on the stage.
- Opportunities to achieve qualifications to recognise their progress. Work towards musical theatre productions and partake in London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA) musical theatre and International Dance Teachers’ Association (IDTA) dance examinations.
Reasons to join Starstruck
Opportunities to work with national celebrity pantomimes and West End performances.
A great social atmosphere for members to build their independence, social skills, and confidence.
Guidance from teachers into pursuing performing arts at school, college, and as a career.
Friendly and knowledgeable teachers, who specialise in the disciplines they teach.
Development of the 'triple-threat' skills of dance, drama and singing.