Our groups

Key Facts

Jan 2024 to Jul 2024 timetable

Current show

An annual Musical and local performances!

 The start of a season has auditions for any principal roles in the musical theatre classes. You do not need to audition to be in the ensemble. The big shows are performed in July.

Is Musical right for your child?

We take on members who:

-have a passion for singing, acting and dancing

-have a sense of commitment to shows

-reliable enough to attend 80% min of rehearsals. 

We don’t require an audition to join, but we will ask your child why they want to join and why they love the idea of being in a show.

Kids will be required to practice lines and dances at home


-Monthly MEMBERSHIP (for rehearsals) – Varies for each class

-SIGN UP FEE – £55 + A month’s notice deposit


The sign up fee breakdown:

-A Tshirt fee (upon sign up) £15

-Show fee (per show, goes towards costumes, props, set…) £30

-Deposit for the script £10 (returned after show)

-A months’ notice deposit to be paid on sign up

-OPTIONAL: exams in one to ones



Previous show: The little mermaid JR Jul 2023

Our groups

Intermediate MUsical theatre (Y3-Y4)


  • Thursday
  • Times: 17:00 to 19:00 (2h)
  • Content: Musical theatre
  • Kids Age group: Y3 to Y4 (Age 7 to 9)
  • In these classes, kids dance, sing and act. Kids are encouraged to work on solos (not compulsory). We do games to build their confidence, help them make friends and bond as a team. The roles they can audition for, start to have more dialogue to learn. There are more moves to remember in the dances in this age group. Kids with roles are expected to practice their lines at home. Roles that are available for auditions are primarily featured roles and named ensemble.

Senior Musical theatre (Y5-Y11)


  • Wednesday
  • Times: 17:00 to 19:30 (2h30)
  • Content: Musical theatre (solo opportunities) 
  • Kids Age group: Y5 to Y11 (9 to 16)
  • In these dance, singing and acting classes, we teach, not only singing techniques but performance techniques. The dances have a lot more moves and we remind everyone to use their facial expressions. Roles are more dialogue heavy. Kids with roles are expected to practice their lines at home. It’s this group that will hold a majority of the principal and supporting roles
  • Principals may be required to come to additional rehearsals to run scenes

We Provide

irlam – Cadishead – performing artskids clubkidssingingactingdancingafter school clubdance classesdancing irlamdance clubirlam singing – Ballet classes irlam – kids club irlam – stree dancing class irlam – singing one to one classes irlam – irlam piano classes – kids club irlam

  • Primary schools: Irlam Endowed primary school, Barton Moss primary school, St Theresa RC Primary school, Irlam Primary school, St Mary’s Cadishead Primary school, St Joseph’s Primary school, Cadishead Primary school, Twiss green, Bradshaw Cp Warrington, St. Andrews Boothstown, Ellesmere, Moorfield primary, Fiddlers lane primary school, St Helens, Clarendon primary school, and Lowton J&I.
  • High schools: Irlam and cadishead academy, St andrews eccles, St Patrick’s rc high school, Culcheth high, Flixton Girls School and Salford city academy