Trinity Performance Exams 13 - 17 yrs
January 2020 - July 2020
Course | Stage Two
Places for the Spring course beginning in January now on sale.
COST: Cost £120 per term plus additional examination fee between £38-£92 per exam depending on the chosen level and purchasing a play of the your choice.
VENUE: Stage Two
Before enrolling onto the Trinity Performance Exam course, participants need to check they are available on the examination dates and are expected to make full commitment to the whole course.#
AGES: 13-17 years. There is another course for 7 - 12 here.
6 January – 23 March 2020 (excl. 17 February 2020)
#Exam day: Sunday 29 March 2020
20 April – 13 July 2020 (excl. 4 & 25 May 2020)
#Exam day: Sun 19 July 2020
DAYS & TIMES: Mondays 4.30-6pm, or 6-7.30pm
- Booking for Summer 2020 will open during February 2020.
- Course fees are paid each term.
- Priority booking window for spring term will be 19 September-5 December 2019
- Priority booking window for summer term will be 9 January-26 March 2020.
- Failure to make payment by the deadline will result in the participant being removed from the course.
- If you are struggling to make the payment by the deadline, please do not hesitate to contact us as soon as possible.
- Additional examination fee: There is an additional examination entry fee of £38-£92 depending examination level. The deadline for this fee will be week 5 of your course. This fee goes to Trinity College.
- As part of the exam, you will need to read a play which will you need to buy or borrow.
- Norwich Theatre Royal believes that everyone should have the opportunity to experience and participate in the arts. The NTR bursary fund has been set up to provide financial assistance to those who need it. Please see the bursary policy or contact us for further details and how to apply.
- By signing up to this course, you are agreeing to the high level of commitment we expect from all our students to their learning, rehearsals and to each other.
- Students will have to read plays, do research and background character work. We ask that parents/guardians support the students in this, as significant amounts of marks are given to students through discussion and their understanding of their work, not just the performance on the day.
- To aid this and allow the students enough time to put in the work, it is essential that pieces of text are chosen for the exams by week 2 of term.
- If it includes scenes from plays, or prose from novels, it is expected that the text will be bought, or borrowed and read by week 3 of term. This is so your child can gain the most out of their time within the classroom with their practitioner.
- You can use the Trinity College’s Online Anthology as a starting point to search for texts. However, we strongly encourage students to do their own research as examiners will be extremely familiar with these texts and have expectations.
- Our practitioners are highly experienced and will support your child to do the best they can possibly do but this will only be achieved with your support and the student’s understanding that work needs to be done between each lesson.
The Young Company includes the following courses:
- Young Actors (8-18yrs)
- Backstage (Tech and Design) (13-17yrs)
- The Ensemble (13-17yrs)
- Modern Musical Theatre (8-12yrs and 13-17yrs)
- Trinity Performance Exams (7-17yrs)
For enquiries about the course contact Stage Two reception on 01603 598600, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.