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Booking line: 01525 377230

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"MTH! has not only given me a platform to develop myself as a performer, but also as a person."

Georgia McElwee (Head Girl)

"I now understand why the kids come out of class on such a high each week!"

Kim Clawley (MTH! Adults) 

"MTH! is the perfect environment in which to learn and in Richie Rich they have a gift of a teacher and mentor."

Adam Cooper (Actor/Choreographer & Parent)

"There is never a dull moment at MTH!"

Spencer Digby (MTH! Seniors)

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Every winter term, the MTH! Academy put on an adapted version of a popular musical in each class to raise money for the Rosie May Foundation.

This is a registered UK charity honouring the memory of Rosie May Storrie who tragically lost her life when she was only 10.

She was a beautiful girl who had a passion and gift for the theatre, hoping that one day she would become a performer professionally. Her parents Mary and Graham Storrie have used this devastating event to help many children across the world, building a home for orphans, affected by the Tsunami in Sri Lanka and rebuilding a school destroyed by the earthquake in Nepal. The Rosie May foundation believe that every child should have the opportunity to achieve their full potential, giving them a future they deserve.

Rosie May Scholarship at MTH!

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Through the generosity of the Rosie May Foundation, one lucky child each year gets the opportunity to attend the Musical Theatre High! Academy for a whole year, funded via the Rosie May Scholarship. This is announced at the end of the winter term, selected by Mary & Graham, presented on stage with a trophy at the annual Variety Performance in March.

For more information on the Rosie May Foundation please visit:

*Photo of Mary & Graham Storrie with Richard Reynard & Holly-Marie Seller winner 2016*
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Musical Theatre High! is now affiliated with a children’s agency - AM Kids Agency, run by ex West End actress, Adelle Young. Students at the Academy get the opportunity to audition twice a year to be offered representation in TV/Film and Theatre in the West End and touring productions.

The Academy has had success with students getting into the National Youth Theatre, appearing in West End shows - Les Miserables and The Go Between, the tour of Billy Elliot, Pricilla Queen of The Dessert, The Sound of Music and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, as well as professional pantos.

For more information on the agency, please visit:
Photography below - Paul Smith -
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