Little Voices (Essex North Central)

At Little Voices we know that you want the very best for your child and we want your child to reach their full potential.
Little Voices Essex offers Performing Arts training to children aged 4–18 years, providing singing and drama lessons at the highest standard whilst building confidence and promoting children's personal and social development.
Our singing and drama lessons help your child acquire key life skills, such as working as part of a team, and presentation skills that transfer into all areas of their life, not just a career on the stage.
A Little Voices lesson is more beneficial than a 1:1 private lessons as each child receives individual attention as part of a very small group of no more than eight children. This is crucial for helping every child achieve individual success through teamwork.
Watch your child flourish in Mini Voices (4-7 years), Little Voices (7-12 years) and Voices (13-18 years) lessons. They will develop performance skills alongside acquiring valuable LAMDA examinations in Musical Theatre which will help build their CV from a young age.

• Small class sizes 
• Working towards accredited Musical Theatre examinations through LAMDA
• 100% examination pass rate, over 98% at MERIT and DISTINCTION
• After school lessons

Prices are extremely competitive and vary depending on age. Please get in contact to discuss in more detail.
Apply NOW for a Free Trial Lesson!

Contact: Lorraine Ely (Principal)
Tel: 07421 879691


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