What makes our classes unique
As with our training, the course structure at MAS-London is unlike any other in the UK and reflects our commitment to the development of each student. You will receive the highest level of individual attention in classes of no more than eight students.
Our program of weekly classes is designed to strengthen your range of acting techniques and, in the process of liberating your imagination, develop your confidence – both as performer, and as a person.
Start immediately: Training in any of our general acting programs can normally commence straight away because we don’t have fixed term times. Our standard acting classes are booked in blocks of eight weeks, beginning when you’re ready to get underway (providing a place is available in your class of choice).
Wonderfully freeing & empowering class by Bruce Alexander. Take a class with this fellow! @lisaronaghan
Then – and this is the best part of training at MASL – should you wish to continue beyond your initial term, your training and progress can continue uninterrupted by booking for as many additional terms as you like, advancing within the different levels of training offered. Over 20 years’ experience shows that this dynamic approach vastly increases the student’s rate of progress.
Monday, 6.30pm – 9pm
Learn all about the world of acting – either for the first time, or to continue developing your abilities.
Wednesday, 6.30pm – 9pm
A greater level of professionalism in all areas is the express goal of this level.
Wednesday, 2pm – 4.30pm
Fantastically dynamic – for those with an established confidence in their work already.
Tuesday, 2pm – 4.30pm, or
Tuesday 6.30pm – 9pm
For a totally liberating way of working with the camera, to banish your awkwardness forever.
Thursday, 6.30pm – 9pm, plus filming day.
Next course starts: 16h October, 2014 (following course 15th January 2015)
Learn to work on set as you develop two dynamic scenes for your showreel.
One hour duration
Intensive coaching for audition preparation, script analysis, or to develop a character for an upcoming performance (including showreel shoots).