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What is RPA?

Roadnight Performance Academy is a new and exciting theatrical arts school for budding young creatives. Developed by our founder, Henry Roadnight, our goal is simple. We want to create a friendly, exciting, and dynamic environment where young performers can develop their skills, be encouraged to grow and, above all, have fun…. all via the magic of musical theatre. Read more here.

When are the classes?

Our classes run from 9am until 5pm every Saturday starting from the 13th January 2024. Click here to see the class schedule.

Summer Term dates run from Saturday 20th April to Saturday 6th July, with a week off on Saturday 1st June during half-term.

Where are the classes held?

The classes are held in the theatre studio at St Saviour's Church in Knightsbridge. 

  St Saviour's Church

    Walton Street



          SW3 1SA

Who can come to RPA?

Roadnight Performance Academy is open to children from reception age up until 16.

What class can my child do?

Children from Reception to Year 4 can join the appropriate Performing Arts class. Students in Years 5 and 6 are welcome to join both the Performing Arts Class AND the Production Class. There is a fee discount for children taking both classes.

How much does it cost?

Each class has a different price ranging between £225 and £300 per term, as outlined here. Please note that the Production Class also requires a one off payment of £75 each year to cover show licensing and theatre costs.

Who runs the classes?

The classes are run by Mr Henry along with Florence Russell and Assistant Teachers Miss Anne and Miss Lauren. You can read all about the team here.

What should my child(ren) bring?

Children should come to class with plenty of water. Those who are staying for longer classes are welcome to bring snacks, which they can eat in designated breaks. Please be mindful of allergies (no nuts please) and pack appropriate snacks.

What should my child(ren) wear?

Pupils should wear loose, comfortable clothing suitable for dancing and acting in. Please also wear comfortable trainers and no jeans please. More information to come on this!

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