What makes The MTA different is our ability to prepare you to be at a truly industry-ready professional standard in just 2 years. That’s why The MTA’s fast-track programme is staffed by passionate professionals who have already achieved and are now focussed on giving you the skills to realise your ambition.
Our thorough approach, including a day-long audition process has earned The MTA the reputation of being ‘rigorously professional’.
We are proud to have been named School of the Year 2012 in The Stage 100 Awards…….“within just a few years of opening Lewis Thomas and her team have established themselves as a force in drama training that is not afraid to approach things differently”
Of our 4 graduating year groups 100% of our students have left college with agent representation. In the 2013-2014 academic year 80% of our graduates had professional contracts lasting a month or more. To date just 6% of our graduates have decided to follow a different career after training – that’s a staggering 94% still in the industry since our first graduating year in 2011. Statistics speak louder than accreditation. Check out the Ambassador pages to see what EVERY graduate is up to.
In October 2013 we became the first Musical Theatre college in the UK to split the focus of our acting course 50/50 between stage and screen. Once again ensuring that The MTA is leading the way in innovative training for performers in the UK today.
The MTA has a pioneering approach to pastoral care – as written about in this blog by the Principal.
We are the only UK college to operate ‘a college for life’ policy – ensuring an ‘aftercare’ service unsurpassed by any other college.
Check out the ethos behind The MTA Way here.
From July 2015 we’re moving. We are thrilled to be calling the Bernie Grant Arts Centre our new home giving us access to, 3 dance studios, 2 acting studios, 1 gym area, an amazing cafe, our infamous acoustic Pod, plus a 300 seater state of the art theatre. Full details of BGAC can be found here. Our new premises is literally a 3 mins walk away from Seven Sisters Tube Station.