who have worked at
LAMDA, RADA, the BBC, the RSC,
the National Theatre,
We believe exceptional actors should be able to get world-class training without fear of life-long debt. Our modules are administered in 14-week sections so you don't need to commit to years of tuition ahead of time.
With the ability to choose from morning, afternoon, and evening class times, you'll receive flexible instruction that works for you. And because our training is administered virtually, you'll have access to our tutors no matter where in the world you're based.
Although training is our core, we know that industry-facing opportunities allow you to thrive not only in your craft, but in your career.
That's why we have industry showcases at the end of every module.
a home to
No more graduating and being left in the dark. An offer to be a part of our company is a life-long life-line.
Once you're a member of TATC, you can return at any time throughout your career without needing to re-audition so you know you can receive a career boost whenever you need it most.
Join our Spring 2022 Company
Auditions Now Open
Auditions are now open
and will close 17th December.
we'll ask you to perform two monologues of your choosing
The below will take place virtually.
Two 3-hour rehearsals of a text (Shakespeare / Jacobean / 19th Century Naturalism)
2.5 hours of voice and movement class
2 hours of acting class
'Audition surgery' one morning per week.
Each student will receive 4
1-hour bespoke 1:1 sessions, to use as they wish (audition coaching, career advice, extra rehearsal).
Extra individual sessions may be added for additional cost.
Company 4: Spring 2022
3rd January - 13th February
21st February - 3rd April
4th - 9th April
*of Shakespearean, Jacobean, or 19th Century Naturalism text. This will be rehearsed in person, and professionally filmed on-location in or around London.
The course is 14 weeks in total and costs £2500.
This includes 12 weeks of rehearsals and classes, and a week of rehearsing and filming a showcase.
There is also a half-term break.
We're currently building a student hardship fund to help those in need.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"I never really had the chance to go to drama school, so when I came across TATC I was able to finally hone in on the skills I knew I could provide. I literally couldn't vouch for it enough."
— Jess Kaur, 2021 Student Hardship Fund Recipient
James spent the past 20 years on the Acting Faculty at LAMDA. He has directed at the National Theatre, The Donmar Warehouse, the Royal Court Theatre, and in New York and across the States.
Hannah is a multi-award winning UK director, including five Scotsman Fringe First Awards, and productions touring across the UK and Off-Broadway. Hannah has taught Acting and been a Director at top UK drama schools, including RADA and LAMDA. She has worked for the RSC, National Theatre, and Royal Court and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Oliver's acting work has been featured on the BBC, Sky, Channel 4, The NT, Almeida and across the West End and Broadway. His writing has won two Scotsman Fringe Firsts, and he has been on the Acting faculty at LAMDA.
Rachel has taught in the Voice Departments at RADA, LAMDA, Mountview, East15, Rose Bruford, NYT, ALRA, and GSA. She trained as a voice tutor at the Central School of Speech and Drama after working professionally as an actress for many years.
Lizzie has coached movement at RADA, LAMDA, GSMD, Drama Centre, Mountview, MMU, Penn State, and NYT. She has been a Movement Director and Choreographer at The National, the Royal Court, Watford Palace, and the Soho Theatre.