Being Best

We are committed to delivering high-quality performing arts classes in a friendly, relaxed and safe environment.

Our experienced teachers strive to achieve excellence with a relationship-focused approach to ensuring that all students are treated equally and receive great care at all times.

Through good teamwork and a strong attention to detail, when you take to the stage with Best Theatre Arts you will be given the platform and foundation to Find Your Light

and most of all, being Best means you are having fun!

Latest News

Find a Partner poster released
January 18, 2022

David writes… It is nice when something you’ve created is described as ‘brilliant’ by the National Theatre marketing people. Such was the praise for our ‘Find A Partner’ poster. The evolution of the poster is quite interesting:- we wanted to show a young person trapped in a format expected of them – so we picked… Read more »

Best makes Connections with the National Theatre
October 12, 2021

Best has been selected to take part in the 2022 National Theatre Connections programme. This is hugely exciting, following on from our participation in 2015 where we were selected to appear at the National Theatre itself with ‘The Boy Preference’, and our amazing production of ‘These Bridges’ in 2018 at ArtsDepot, Finchley. Our chosen play… Read more »

Best welcomes Eden Lole as Musical Director
August 17, 2021

We are thrilled to introduce you to our new Musical Director, Eden Lole. Eden is a singer, musical director, songwriter, performer and pianist, who began teaching at just 17-years old to her younger peers at school. She continued to teach her throughout her University years, where she graduated with a first-class honour in Music Performance at the British Institute of… Read more »

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24 years on, what’s changed?

David writes… You know how it is… you find a locked box in the attic, blow off the dust and prize open …

Paapa Essiedu as Hamlet

The Democratisation of Theatre

It’s been sad but equally fascinating to see how theatre has reacted to the lockdown.   Sad? Because so much hard work …

2.22 review | BestBlog

REVIEW: 2:22

Oh dear. Another huge disappointment! And I’m really sorry to be posting another negative review as I’d love you all to be …

Reasons why you should choose Best

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I wanted to write and say how much Scarlett loved the week. She literally came out buzzing each day and it was a joy to see. Thank you for sharing your talent, knowledge and passion with her. It is really appreciated and was so very much needed after the ghastly lockdown which has stripped the arts away from the kids.

Scarlett’s Mum

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