ATA MT classes
We are EXCITED and PROUD to announce that ATA pupils will be offered the opportunity to take Musical Theatre/Singing exams as part of our theatre school curriculum!
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Having entered pupils for drama and dance exams for many years with great success setting unbeatable standards through drama and dance, We have now expanding our singing curriculum to create more opportunities for pupils who excel or wish to improve confidence in this important genre.

We feel strongly that the introduction of this new syllabus has enhanced our pupils training at ATA and gives them a greater understanding of the skills that they need to develop to have a career in performing arts. The Musical theatre exams stretch broadly from introductory level, all the way up to an associate teaching qualification, which is extremely beneficial to those wishing to teach performing arts or perform professionally in the future.

Our brilliant new MT sessions also offer pupils the opportunity to take solo LAMDA acting examinations, have concentrated tuition on individual monologues and prepare for major auditions through our casting agency as well as performing arts college auditions.

Classes take place on Wednesday evenings in Bexley Village for all ages and are taught by our school principal Lucy Morgans who has worked extensively in musical theatre along with creative direction from Craig Peters.

Meet the MT teachers

Lucy Morgans - LSDE - AIDTA - ACTL - PGCE - QTLS
Lucy is a professional performer and highly qualified teacher who trained at the Italia Conti Academy in London for 7 years where she was twice nominated and won the Academy’s Presigious Singing Award. Lucy has worked successfully as a professional actress, singer and dancer and can be remembered for her role as the feisty Abbey in ‘Brookside’. Lucy has appeared in West End musicals & UK tours having made her West End debut at the age of 9. Shows & Plays include 'Annie', ‘Jane Eyre’, ‘Rock Heaven’, ‘Whistle Down the Wind’,‘You never Can tell’ , ‘Game Pie’ ‘Charley’s Aunt’, ‘Hitting Home’, 'Metropolis' at The Picadilly Theatre, ‘The Ragged Child’ at The National Theatre ( in which she played Jude Law’s younger sister!) as well as appearing in a total of 5 Royal Variety Performances at The Dominion and The Palladium Theatres. Lucy has also toured Europe as lead vocalist and dancer in ‘The Best of Broadway’. TV commercials include featured parts for ‘Kellogs Frosties’, ‘Co-Op’, ‘Morrisons’, ‘T-Mobile’, ‘LG’ , ‘Cool-Aid’ , ‘DFS’, as well as Laura Ashley, Brook Hair Extensions & BHS’s photographic campaigns. As well as Brookside, Lucy was a series regular for two years in Live TV’s daily soap ‘Agony’ . Other TV roles include ‘The Return of the Psammead’ BBC, ‘Uncle Jack’ BBC, ‘The Home’ C4, ‘The Bill’ ITV, ‘Crime Watch’ BBC ,‘Step into Ballet’ for DVD &‘Deja Vu’ with Paul Nicholas and Sue Holderness. Lucy also had a No 1. hit single in the U.K. dance charts in 1999 with ‘Happiness Happening’ and has appeared in no less than 14 No. 1 Pantomimes as principal girl playing the roles of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Princess Jasmine in Aladdin, Princess Jill in Jack & the Beanstalk, Wendy In Peter Pan, Alice Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington & Gerda in The Snow Queen. 
Lucy can be heard as a vocalist & actress on soundtracks including ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ ,’Metropolis’ and ‘The Ragged Child’ for First Night Records, ‘Dreaming’ Abbey Road Studios and as an actress on ‘Longmans Language audio’s’, ‘Williams War’ and ‘Gizmo Lewis Fairly Secret Agent’for BBC radio. Through out her career Lucy has been delighted to perform alongside actors including Johnny Lee Miller, Paul Nicholas, Bernard Cribbins, Lesley Joseph, Linda Robson, Barbara Windsor, Christopher Biggins,Bonnie Langford, Anita Dobson, The Chuckle Brothers, Wayne Sleep, Brian Conelly 
and Take That. Lucy was lead vocalist for two years with successful London Show band ‘Caprice’ and has performed at prestigious venues across London’s West End including Cafe Royal & The Savoy.
Lucy has been teaching children for over 15 years and is an associate LAMDA teacher as well as having QTLS (Qualified teaching & learning status). She has choreographed professional pantomimes and children’s variety shows and is Speech and Drama teacher at Old Palace School in Croydon. Lucy has 
been invited to numerous schools to run workshops for teachers striving to bring drama in to the national curriculum. She is an experienced adjudicator having judged for the National Competition ‘Festival for Stars’ , ‘Brownie X-Factor!’,’Studio Fix’ and most recently Lucy has been invited to join the judging panel of the Red Cross’s Nationwide dance competition ‘Dance Make Your Move!’ 
In 2011 Lucy was invited to meet Boris Johnson as a result of All the Arts fantastic work with young people. Having worked professionally for so many years in the industry, Lucy has been able to use her many contacts to provide opportunities for her students. Lucy’s debut book 'Boost your child’s confidence using drama techniques' is now available on line at Amazon or at leading bookstores.

Craig Peters
raig is a classically trained actor, who started his training at London’s BRIT School in 1992. He graduated from Manchester’s Metropolitan Capital School of Theatre in 2000 and has been acting professionally ever since.
He has performed in a wide range of classical productions, such as Konstantin in ‘The Seagull’, Romeo in ‘Shakespeare's R&J’ and Sunken eyed Boy in the award nominated ‘Skittish’.
Craig writes and directs for theatre and film including David Mammetts ‘Speed the Plough’. He is currently working on the feature film ‘The January Detail’ for his own production company and will soon be appearing in a new series to be screened exclusively on Beebo. Craig recently directed and produced new play ‘Durge’ in London’s West End and he can currently be seen as ‘Ned’ in new viral childrens series ‘Nellie & Ned’. Craig has successfully worked with All the Arts pupils preparing them for auditions for  major TV series’s including ‘MI High’, ‘Holby City’ and ‘Scoop’ all of which have been won! He also coaches for drama school entrance and ATA pupils have secured places at LAMDA, East 15, Italia Conti, The Brit School and The Barcelona Institute of Arts.
Craig has been entering pupils for LAMDA examinations for over ten years with huge success and the majority of pupils receiving 
Distinction grades. Craig also coaches pupils for local and national drama festivals and his 'Romeo and Juliet' recently won Honours and the Festival Trophy at The Three Arts Festival.
Craig has taught ATA pupils for 12 years and his enthusiasm and dedication to all of his students is evident in our pupils success.
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