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Acting & Drama 


Jen Bryson Moorcroft Theatre offers a variety of acting and drama classes to help your talents shine.


Individual or group drama classes can be taken from the age of 7 - 70! It is never too early or too late to develop your drama skills. Training includes: breathing, vocalizations, articulation, emoting, body language, characterization, interpreting text and preparing for auditions and performances.

Acting & Drama

Trinity College London offers an unrivalled choice of qualifications for students and teachers of drama and speech, at all levels of experience and ability.

Jen Bryson Moorcroft Theatre offers coaching for Trinity Speech and Drama Exams, as well as Musical Theatre Exams. Ranging from Grade 1-8.

Acting & Drama

Private Drama lessons can be tailored to your needs and can include drama as therapy and confidence and character building. Drama classes can also help prepare the individual for Trinity Drama exams, Eisteddfods and other competitions, if desired.


Group drama sessions focus on drama games, dialogue, staging, musical theatre, improvisation and preparing and taking part in a small performance.

Private Drama lessons typically  run for 1 hour per week.


I had such a wonderful experience working with Jen. From an acting point of view, she pushed me to places I didn't know I could reach. Each rehearsal would be another step closer to the final character audiences seemed to love. Directors have different ways of bringing out what they need from actors. It was such a pleasure working with a director that knows exactly what she wants and what she has written for the character. Her way of conveying the different points of the character to me, really did bring a fullness of the character Maya out on stage and from my perspective I was able to embody the character quite well.

Because people are so different and actors even more so, there are different ways to work with each person. Jen does this from what I saw at our rehearsals and for me her critique was a big help. Knowing what not to do and what she wants as well and also having freedom with the character. Being able to play my part as a creative, by adding bits here and there to the character was also welcomed and definitely handed me more confidence in knowing that I was growing into the character.

Taniel Jansen – Lead part of Maya in THE LAST STRAW

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