STUDIO COMPANY PAYMENT DETAILS
To become a member of The Studio Company you need to have successfully auditioned for a part.
After being successfully cast you will be either a lead or an ensemble member.
The payment options for leads are as follows:
Full Price - full payment of £695 within one week of being offered the role.
Deposit - an initial deposit of £250 within one week of being offered the role. Then we will automatically take three payments of £150 on the 4th October (first rehearsal), 4th November and 4th December
The payment options for ensemble are as follows:
Full Price - full payment of £595 within one week of being offered the role.
Deposit - an initial deposit of £225 within one week of being offered the role. Then we will automatically take three payments of £125 on the 4th October (first rehearsal), 4th November and 4th December
ONLINE & PHONE BOOKINGS
Online – To book your selected class/course online, just click Book Now next to your chosen class/course.
Phone – We would be happy to take your booking over the phone, just call us on 020 7042 8833.
CASH & CHEQUE PAYMENTS
Cash - You are welcome to pay cash, just come and see us at our office: City Academy, 38 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4RN
Cheque - You can also pay by cheque by filling out this form (click here) and posting it to the address above.
We offer a full refund or full credit if you cancel at least 72 hours before your first Musical Theatre rehearsal.
We cannot offer any refund if you cancel less than 72 hours before the your first Musical Theatre rehearsal.
Please see Membership Subscription Details (above) for information on when and how you can cancel your ongoing subscription, once you have already started the Musical Theatre Company.
Musical Theatre - Studio Company - Sweeney Todd venues
Musical Theatre - Studio Company - Sweeney Todd tutors
All City Academy tutors are experienced professionals from theatre, film/TV and performance industries. So whilst they're training you they may also be rehearsing for a West End show or working on a movie. We like that and we do believe it makes a difference in class.