Every Saturday (during term time) we provide a safe, calm, friendly and FUN atmosphere that is filled with excitement and learning!

The Saturday classes consist of an hour of Acting (public speaking), an hour of Singing and an hour of Dancing (with a 30 minute break)

Class times are from 10AM - 1:30PM and we have 3 fantastic locations - IKEJA! ONIRU! (LEKKI) and CHEVRON!

Singing Class

Training is given to students to develop their voices for singing and speaking. Every class begins with warm up exercises; the students then go onto practicing a wide range of music styles which include an exciting mix of musical theatre, contemporary and African songs.Students will learn how to harmonise and will be trained to use microphones. Classes are always taught as a group, but opportunities to sing solos and in small groups are also given.

Acting Class

Drama classes explore a wide variety of themes using improvisation, script work and acting games. Our main goal is to enable the children to develop confidence and creative skills as well as building upon their social awareness. Our acting classes thrive on imagination, teamwork and provide an excellent outlet for creativity, as well as boosting the children's self-esteem.During our acting classes students will be trained to be outstanding public speakers, great sight readers and will learn a variety of accents.

Dance Class

Our fantastic dance classes give the children an opportunity to learn a variety of dance styles e.g.; Modern-jazz, hip hop/ break dance, African dance and so much more. As well as the children learning new skills, dancing is also a fantastic way to keep fit and build on the students’ strength, flexibility and co-ordination in a safe and structured environment.

Public Speaking

Public speaking is an essential part of every individulas path in life. During our acting classes the children have the opportunity to explore speaking in public and the process of developing a captivating speech.

(AGES 3-5)

The most exciting part of our early year’s classes is that our students don't realise that they are learning and growing, they just see our sessions as “fun time” or “party class”. We use several games and activities to take the early year’s students out of their comfort zones, whilst gradually leading them to a place where they feel at ease whilst expressing themselves to a large group/ audience.

These classes are taught by professional teachers who have undergone thorough back ground checks, and to assist them there will be an early years practitioner in each class.

"The future of our nation depends on our ability to create-and to be creative. During the coming decades our most important national resources will be human resources"

“If our nation is to continue to meet the challenges of the future, today's schools need to develop creative leaders."

The Alliance for Education and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 1985.


Students are expected to attend regularly and may be given occasional ‘homework’, such as learning the words to a song or a piece of drama.

Our teachers are always available should you have any matters you wish to discuss, and you’ll be invited to attend your child’s performances to see how they are getting on.

Our school dates coincide with your child's normal school term dates (therefore meaning that when school is in session, so are we).

Lastly expect to see great changes in your child! Every child's change comes at a different time, some children begin to come out of their shell almost immediately, whereas others take a couple of terms, but be rest assured that we will bring the best out of your child.