Sandra Singer is holding annual auditions for new potential stars to join and train at Singer Stage School which is based in Leigh on Sea, Essex.
Due to COVID-19 we will be holding this years auditions over several days in October/November and will only be having a few people per day.
We are on the lookout for new students with drive, personality, commitment, good attendance and potential talent to train and be mentored. We offer semi vocational training to students age 6 to 18 and have a special section of the school (Pre-Grads) in the form of a part time foundation course to prepare them for the industry.
We are a BBC, ITV and National Youth Theatre approved training school along with ISTD, Associated Board (singing), Lamda drama examinations and Acrobatic Arts.
Please fill in the below application form (or download and post a hard copy to us) along with a recent photograph of you and any experience you may have had. We will contact you with full details of the day and what you need to prepare for the audition.
Complete the following form to send us a digital copy of your application.
Please note: Our heads of department panel will be reviewing the applications. By completing an application and sending across to us, you consent to have the content looked at by Sandra and her creative team. All information will be kept in strictest confidence and you have the right to have all data deleted as per GDPR (however, we will not be able to process any applications if this is requested).
Sandra is a leading talent agent and principal of Singer Stage School which is well respected in the industry for offering some of the very best all round training for under 21’s in the UK today.
Her graduating students who have decided to make performing arts a career choice have secured places at leading colleges such as: Arts Ed, Urdang, Laines, Bird, LAMDA, London Studio Centre, GSA, Mountview, Central, Masters, Performers, TTC.
Sandra has launched the careers of some of the leading talent in the UK today. Here are a small selection of her students credits whilst training at Singer Stage School and being represented by Sandra Singer Associates:
To join the main stage school, you would be expected to attend three classes a week minimum every Saturday (during term time). The main school runs between 10am and 2pm (dependent on age) and consist of hourly classes in the following:
The school is split into 4 groups:
The Pre graduate class also have access to college application preparation for those of you wishing to make performing arts a career choice. Singer Stage School offer some of the very best all round training in the UK today.
We also encourage all of our students to concentrate on academic studies and achieve A Level results alongside our training.
For students considering a career choice in dance or musical theatre you would be expected to train Tuesdays and Wednesdays too. Working on subjects such as Ballet, Technical Jazz, Tap, Acrobatics for Dance, Pointework etc.
For those of you going down the Drama route we offer a panel of fantastic tutors on a Saturday to enable you to experience different types of drama, along with LAMDA exam classes and screen acting classes.
In addition to the three compulsory classes on a Saturday, we also offer additional classes throughout the day. These include:
Group classes are approximately £5 per class with fees are payable half termly (usually around 6-7 weeks per half term) and due the first day of term.
Students are also offered the opportunity of being represented by Sandra and Aimee to go on Spotlight (the UK’s main casting website) as used to find talent by BBC, ITV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Major film networks.
Please note: you would not be able to be represented by another agent or train with another school if you join Singer Stage School as a student.
Due to COVID-19, this year our audition process will be a little different. We will be inviting applicants along for a private audition sometime between October and November (date to be confirmed).
The audition day is kept relaxed and focused on getting to know you and you getting to know us. During the day, you will get the opportunity to meet the heads of departments of the school as well as some of our current students and resident staff. We want you to feel at ease and welcome any questions you may have throughout the day.
For applicants aged 6 to 10 you will need the following:
For applicants aged 11 and over you will need the following:
If you are skilled at playing an instrument, or have any other special skills (sports, beatboxing/rap, song writing etc) we would love for you to perform this to us too so that we can see all of the talents within your spectrum.
When auditioning for students we are looking for potential, enthusiasm, personality and whether the children/teenagers are the right fit for the school. So please don’t panic if you don’t have lots of previous training or experience.
We also understand that you may be more confident in one of two areas (out of drama, singing and dance)– please give all 3 aspects a try for your audition even if it’s out of your comfort zone at the moment.