Pixie Lott’s Italia Conti Associate School Chelmsford

Pixie Lott’s Italia Conti Associate School Chelmsford has been open since January 2015. We offer all performing arts classes in ISTD Ballet, Modern, Tap, Jazz & Street Dance, Acting, Musical Theatre, Singing & Acro. We also offer private one-to-one examination classes in LAMDA, London College of Music Singing & BDTA Acro.

Our classes run on a Saturday at The Boswells School in Chelmsford from 9-5pm and weekday dance classes at Boreham Village Hall & the Galleywood Heritage Centre.

All of our teachers are highly qualified and experienced and all hold a DBS certificate. We have a 100% pass rate across all of our examinations taken.

We also have a summer show each year and we are invited to perform at festivals and events regularly. We also hold a 5 day summer school in the summer holidays each year with a show at the end of the week for Pixie & the parents to watch.

Please contact us if you would like to come along for a free trial. Please e-mail admin@pixielottitaliaconti.co.uk or call us on 01245 381399.

For further information & full details please visit our website www.pixielottitaliaconti.co.uk

Please see a message from Pixie below:

“I attended an Italia Conti Associate School on Saturdays from 5 years old in Chislehurst, Kent. At the age of 11, I was awarded a scholarship to train at the full time Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in The Barbican, London. Italia Conti gave me an excellent foundation and start to my career – the outstanding training and expertise I received made my dreams come true! I am now extremely excited to have my own Performing Arts Associate School in Chelmsford, Essex with my sister Charlie-Ann Lott.

My ambition is to give other children the opportunity I had to succeed. We are delighted to use the excellent facilities of The Boswells School, Burnham Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 6LY to run our Saturday classes. The excellent facilities include a 300 seated theatre, dance studios, drama studios, soundproofed singing rooms, a music room and a recording studio.

No audition is required as we wish to encourage participation in the arts for all abilities and classes are offered to pupils between 3 and 18+ years – whether it’s for recreation, physical and social development or a serious step towards a long-term career, the emphasis is on fun and enjoyment.”

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