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My Dd enjoyed her RADA auditions. She got to the third round but it was expensive - lots of money for train from South Wales and overnight accommodation . I suppose it wouldn't have been so bad had she got in
- Sun Nov 02, 2014 9:25 am
- Forum: Training
- Topic: Drama school or not? So confused!
- Replies: 13
- Views: 7409
Can I just add that you get far more than just contacts from drama training? You get a chance to explore and develop different ways to approach your craft. You learn a LOT - and in a less judgemental environment than trying out these things in jobs and work. You have your mind opened up to different...
My DD went through this as well. It can really be debilitating; over the counter tablets had little effect on her. I remember her fainting a couple of times with the pain. Eventually when she was 17 she went on the pill and this solved all her problems - I wish we had done it sooner but it seemed a ...
- Mon Oct 27, 2014 6:52 pm
- Forum: Can You Help?
- Topic: singing lessons for 7 year old
- Replies: 8
- Views: 4690
bruno2 wrote:Dont need to spend a fortune on singing teacher at 7, just make sure they are singing suitable songs and above all not stretching their little voices.
I agree, 7 is still young, there is no rush
My DD did a level 3 BTEC and had between 20-22hours a week - generally 4-5 hours a day. This was only a few years ago. It was a good preparation for vocational training. Not surprisingly every year a lot of students got onto excellent courses in great colleges. My DD said that those who had done a l...
I was wondering if anyone knows anything about this organisation: http://www.havealook.net/representation A teenage girl I know has been approached by them. The website looks OK but looks can be deceiving. She does not have an agent atm so is wondering if these might be OK. She is suspicious as they...