South London Music

January 21, 2017
New Music Cities South London

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  • Dance

  • Music Appreciation

  • Music Production and Performance

  • Musical Instruments

  • Performing Arts

  • Singing

If you were born to perform, isn't it time you pushed your ambitions centre stage?

Performing arts

A performing arts course will sharpen up your acting, singing or dancing with both academic and performance training. You'll be amazed at your transformation under the guidance of expert tutors in our all singing, all dancing studio theatre.
As a member of The Collective, our theatre company, you'll star in challenging productions. Previous live public performances include dance and drama productions at the Battersea Arts Centre, touring and end of term shows in our own theatre

Music technology

To succeed in the music business you need high quality, practical training. Luckily you'll get that with us. We use our expertise to introduce and improve specialist music recording training all the time. It's why students travel from all over the country to study music technology here.
Led by tutors with music and media industry backgrounds you'll have access to some really excellent facilities. We've got music technology and media suites with Apple Macs and PCs running Cubase SL3, Logic Audio, Pro Tools and Final Cut Pro. You will also work in digital and analogue recording studios and rehearsal studios.

John Boyega, Performing Arts Level 3. Graduated 2010

John is the new British acting talent joining the forthcoming Star Wars film alongside Hollywood veteran Harrison Ford. He’s already appeared in 24 with Keifer Sutherland and Half a Yellow Sun with Oscar-nominated Chiwetel Ejiofor. "I was very lucky our tutor entered us for the Connections competition, which we performed at the National Theatre. That was the breakthrough for me.”

Leisure courses

You might be able to get a discount on some courses if:

  • You are 60+ years of age. You may have to pay for materials on some courses
  • If you're on income-based benefit. It's usually £37 each term. You may have to pay for materials on some courses. There is no College registration fee for leisure courses.

    Please bring proof of your benefit status that is less than two months old when you enrol.
Aged 16-18

You don't have to pay tuition or exam costs but you may have to pay for materials on some courses.

Aged 19 or older not on benefits

You will have to pay tuition and exam costs and you may have to pay for materials on some courses.

Aged 19 or older on 'Active Benefits' eg Jobseekers Allowance

You don't have to pay tuition or exam costs but you may have to pay for materials on some courses. Please note that JSA signing on books are not accepted as proof of benefits for a reduced fee.

Aged 19 or older on other benefits eg income support

You may get a discount depending on the type or level of education you've done already. You may have to pay for materials on some courses.

New government funding for 24 and older!!

There is a College registration fee of £30 but only if you are on a qualification course that is not 'full cost'. You don't pay it if you're 18 or younger or on Active Benefits.

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For courses not leading to a qualification

In person: Bring your completed form to any of our centres Monday to Thursday: 8.45am-7.00pm (10-4 during College holidays) Friday: 8.45am-4.00pm or Saturday 9.00am-1.00pm with:

  • Evidence of benefits or age(if you are applying for a reduced fee)
  • Payment (cash, cheque, credit or debit card)
Source: www.south-thames.ac.uk
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