"We recognise the transforming power of the arts in relation to young people"

                         The Arts Council

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Our Aims

The Belfast School of Performing Arts endeavour to deliver the highest level of training possible to each and every individual pupil within the school.

 

Our main emphasis is on fun while we learn.

 

We believe that it is vitally important to give individual attention to each pupil's needs and to carefully monitor every child's progress.

 

We help our students grow in confidence so they can excel within the performing arts world and develop their social skills along the way.

 

All of our students will perform in a large scale production each year.

 

The musical needs little or no introduction. Despite its relatively short history behind it, this unique theatrical form has become a mainstay of theatre groups in schools, colleges, and communities throughout the world.

 

More than ten thousand productions of 'My Fair Lady' were presented in a single year following its release for non professional performance. The reason is obvious. Not only is the musical a delightful and informative vehicle for entertainment, it is also a challenging and rewarding experience for the cast as well. No other theatrical form makes such extraordinary use of actors, singers, dancers and musicians.

 

If performing is your goal, Belfast School Of Performing Arts offer unlimited opportunities.

 

                                                                 James Huish - Artistic Director

The Belfast School of Performing Arts is situated at Salvation Army Centre, Cregagh Road, Belfast, The Braid Theatre, Ballymena, St Joseph's Primary School, Crumlin and Strule Arts Cetre, Omagh

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