Tomorrow’s Talent is a place of great creativity and fun. Our students bring passion, enthusiasm and talent into the studio which is channeled by our highly skilled tutors who have all worked at top levels in the entertainment industry. Positivity and good humour is key to our training as the best results are achieved when young people are inspired and working in a fun environment.
Tomorrow’s Talent was created back in 2004 as we felt that there was a need for high-end performing arts training for young people working with creative actors from the West End. Our aim is to develop young people to be ready to work in all areas of the entertainment industry and over the years our students have played roles in the West End, Television and Film and have been offered places to train at some of the world’s leading dance and drama schools.
We offer performance opportunities in both plays and musicals which have been critically acclaimed within the Essex arts community. As our students attend regular skills classes whilst rehearsing for our productions the level achieved in performance is high – reinforcing our ‘triple threat’ concept. As the entertainment industry is currently saturated with the latest obsession with ‘reality’ there has never been a more important time for young performers to learn and perfect a craft – skills that can be used in all areas of their lives.
We look forward to welcoming you to Tomorrow’s Talent.
Gavin Wilkinson, Creative Director
I felt I had to contact you after watching the performance last Thursday. I really wasn’t prepared for what I was about to experience. I think I was expecting the best from local schools drama classes, how wrong could I be? The production was every bit as good, if not better than a West End show. I have paid double your ticket price and not been anywhere near as impressed or entertained. You must be so proud of your students. Well done to the whole production team & of course the orchestra who were also in a class of their own. I am now looking forward to your next production.Les Misérables Audience Feedback