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Here at Little Voices Blackburn we provide Performing Arts training to children aged 4-18. We teach singing and drama to the highest standard, whilst building confidence and promoting children’s personal and social development.

You can acquire training at the highest level for your son/daughter and a future that is bright as they acquire skills for life through Little Voices.

Little Voices Lessons are more beneficial than a 1:1 private lesson. Little Voices gives your child specific individual tuition within a group of up to 8 children. This is crucial for helping your child to work within ‘a cast’ and acquire the necessary group skills and individual tuition for achieving success in every area of their life.

The elementary Vocal and Dramatic techniques are taught in an exciting yet disciplined way and we pride ourselves on building your child’s confidence and self belief whilst promoting good posture, articulation, projection, clarity and diction. As well as providing the highest level of Performing Arts training we pride ourselves on the way in which our lessons in singing and drama, nurture your child’s confidence.

  • Small class sizes (no more than 8)
  • Working towards accredited Musical Theatre/ Acting/ Communication examinations through L.A.M.D.A
  • 100% examination pass rate, over 98% at MERIT and DISTINCTION
  • After school lessons

Lesson types

Mini Voices

These lessons are for 4-6 year olds with a maximum of 8 pupils, working towards accredited LAMDA introductory Examinations and mini performances. Our minis are introduced to performing arts at this stage, exploring drama techniques and games and Musical Theatre songs. 

Duration: 30 minute lesson.

 

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These lessons are for 7 – 12 year olds with a maximun of 8 pupils, organised by age, ability and friendships. Focusing on either Musical Theatre or Acting LAMDA pieces in preparation for examinations. Exploring texts and songs from shows such as Matilda, Shrek and Hairspray. As well as this, our little’s lessons also focus on learning performing arts skills and techniques and terminology. Our termly showcases give our pupils the chance to share what they have learnt with parents, friends and family.

                                                   Duration: 45 minute lesson.

 

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These lessons are for 13 – 18 year olds. These lessons are very specifically tailored to your sons/daughter’s ability and future vocal and dramatic intentions. Many of our pupils go on to study Drama, Music or Performing Arts but equally many of our pupils wish to just enhance their UCAS application or CV with details of their extra curricular experiences that they have loved for so long. We support each individual pupil to strive towards their individual goals.  

                                                 Duration: 45 minute lesson.

1:1 Lessons can be organised should you wish for your child to have specific Vocal or Dramatic Tuition in preparation for an up and coming Audition, performance or you would like for your child  to receive individual vocal and dramatic techniques coaching. These 1:1 lessons are not a substitute for weekly Little Voices lessons*, they are an additional,  bespoke lesson for a specific occasion.

 

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Lesson Times

Every Tuesday evening (term time) at Holy Souls Church Hall, Whalley New Road, BB1 9BE.

Call our Vice Principal Haylie on 07753 607656 and ask for specific lesson times. Lesson times depend on child’s age and ability.

Keep in touch

If you want to stay in touch and learn all about us, you can by ‘liking’ our Facebook page or ‘following’ us on Twitter and Instagram. We post photos and videos of our lessons and all of our theatre weeks and activities.

 

*Terms and Conditions apply. You MUST apply by filling in and submitting a Free Trial Lesson Form – click here to apply. This allows us to assess the different abilities of children, ages and friendships for the lesson. It in no way enrolls your child into regular lessons.