Provisional Term Dates for 2016 – 2017 (these are subject to change)

Term 1
3rd Oct 2016 – 17th December 2016

Term 2
9th January 2017 – 18th March 2017

Term 3
10th April 2017 – 17th June 2017

Term 4
10th July 2017 – 17th September 2017


Provisional Term Dates for 2016 – 2017 (these are subject to change)

Term 1
9th October 2017 – 20th December 2017 (potentially longer)

Term 2
8th January 2018 – 17th March 2018

Term 3
9th April 2018 – 16th June 2018

Term 4
9th July 2018 – 16th September 2018



Provisional Term Dates for 2018 – 2019 (these are subject to change)

Term 1
8th October 2018 – 20th December 2018 (potentially longer)

Term 2
7th January 2019 – 16th March 2019

Term 3
8th April 2019 – 15th June 2019

Term 4
8th July 2019 – 15th September 2019


Production Schedule

Agents please note that our graduating year will be permitted to start contracts after 18th June 2017



Something Old, Something New 2017 

Devised around our 2nd years, featuring the whole college.
Directed by Steve Elias 
March 15th – 18th at Bernie Grant Arts Centre
NB: Our students are only able to accept offers of representation after 28th April 2017





All Shook Up 

Staring our graduating year group but featuring the whole college.
Directed by Max Reynolds, Designed by Stewart Charlesworth
June 14th – 17th at Bernie Grant Arts Centre




Dangerous Daughters
Book by Nick Stimson, Music and Lyrics by Annemarie Lewis Thomas
Directed by Racky Plews, Designed by Stewart Charlesworth
Time to introduce the next lot of graduates coming through.
Dangerous Daughters was the first musical commissioned by The MTA back in 2010.  Since then it has been extensively workshopped, and is currently being edited, ready to be published by Samuel French (with a percentage of profits being donated to The MTA Student Hardship Fund).
This is the first opportunity to see the ‘finished product’ in London.  What was the human cost to the Suffragette movement, specifically to the Pankhurst Family? This musical explores the relationships, both political and familial between the 3 daughters of Emmeline Pankhurst.  How a movement that eventually makes a country stronger, can actually see the demise of a once, close knit family.  As relevant today as it was back then – with some countries STILL forbidding women the right to vote, and therefore by default, the right to have a voice.                                                                                                           13th – 16th September at The Bridewell Theatre

Acting Showcase on 14th Sept, MT Showcase on 15th Sept Both @ 1pm at the Bridewell Theatre
Directed by Tilly Vosburgh, choreographed by Alan Bradshaw


Unlike all other UK college our students do a public performance at the end of every term.
The schedule for these performances are as follows:

2nd years perform a pantomime, whilst the 1st years make their debut in a play.

The entire college come together for our annual Musical Theatre Revue (this is the first opportunity for 2nd years to accept agent representation). The show is devised around our graduating year group.

The entire college come together to perform a musical (the lead roles will be played by those 2nd year students still seeking representation)

The 1st years will perform an original musical, commissioned by the college, whilst the 2nd years complete the course with an industry focussed acting showcase and a musical theatre showcase.

The final date of our academic year is also the date of our unique Gradunion…our annual graduation ceremony combined with our annual reunion of all MTA Ambassadors…because The MTA truly is – A College For Life!