Here is the latest on COVID19 as it affects Best (13 November 2020) With Lockdown2 in place we are moving back online for our classes for the next few weeks and we are thrilled with how ell the first classes have gone. We know it’s not ideal but it is a brilliant way for the… Read more »
Hi everyone Here’s the singalongabest instructions Instructions Teach yourself the song using the lyrics below and the backing tracks (sorry about my singing on the vocal one) – backing tracks can be found here When taping, please sing unaccompanied (without the backing track) For the dance break please just go mad jumping around, again unaccompanied… Read more »
We were thrilled to be voted Best School Age Club 2019 by readers of Raring2Go magazine. And we were finalists in Best Holiday Course AND Readers’ Choice categories. It’s all down to our fantastic teachers, students and parents. Thank you all!
Congratulations to our advanced group for a fantastic performance at Trestle last Sunday. The most difficult kind of sketches for any actor delivered with skill and energy. Well done everyone!
We are delighted to announce that Best Theatre Arts has been shortlisted for the Hertfordshire Business of The Year Award for Corporate Social Responsibility! We’re thrilled that this should happen in our 20th anniversary year. The winner will be announced on 22 November so fingers crossed, but it’s a huge honour to be shortlisted so… Read more »
3 weeks of brilliant shows performed by the nicest groups of children we’ve ever had! It’s been an absolute pleasure. Now we are looking forward to seeing everyone again in September. Have a lovely summer break everyone!
The awful state of the roads means there will be no Best, Best School of Acting or First Class classes tomorrow (Saturday 3rd March). For those with LAMDA classes prior to exams on Sunday we have made special arrangements.
On 26th February at The Maltings, two Best groups will present an exciting and contrasting double bill… Best School of Acting’s Adavanced group will present a collection of moments from the writings of George Bernard Shaw – ‘To Be Shaw’. Best’s youth theatre group, TheBYTE, will present ‘Dr Hugh & The Creatives’. Imagine a world… Read more »
Our performances of ‘These Bridges’ as part of the National Theatre Connections programme will be on 26-28 March at The Maltings Arts Theatre. Tickets from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ovo A catastrophic flood. The Thames barrier has burst and London is submerged. One year on and rumours abound that there’s electricity, even WIFI, on the other side of the… Read more »
Best’s youth theatre group TheBYTE, are once more taking part in the National Theatre Connections programme, a national competition that saw us invited to perform on the Dorfman stage at the NT in 2015! This time it’s a disturbing play about a post-deluge London, littered with bodies, and two teenagers’ journey to find out what lies on… Read more »