Young Stars School Of Dance
Home of Professional Performing Arts Training in South Norfolk
Established in 2006 Young Stars School Of Dance is a Recognised School with the Council for Dance, Drama and Musical Theatre, awarded the Council's certificate of good professional practice.
CDMT's Recognised School Award demonstrates to students, parents and guardians that we adhere to the standards demanded by the industry; standards designed to protect and safeguard young people whether dancing for leisure or with an eye to a career in the profession.
Whether you want to pursue a career in the arts or simply learn some new skills, from the early stages of learning your left and right, through to audition preparation.
YSSOD offers a fun, safe and friendly environment to nurture you towards your full potential.
Being a Young Stars Student
Family run business, seeking out the best is ALL students.
Our 'family atmosphere' approach offers a supportive and caring environment conducting classes in a respectful manner, allowing individuals to build confidence, individual expression, imagination, teamwork, technique and artistry, as well as developing fundamental essential life skills.
Qualified Staff & Professional Training
All members of staff are fully qualified within the industry holding membership status with some of the world's leading associations.
We take a professional approach to training children, teenagers, young adults and adults.
Whether it's Dancing, Singing or Acting we make training accessible to ALL offering aspiring performers incredible opportunities.
Close connections with local and UK based production companies means we are regualry offered to provide ensemble groups and mini productions for Pantomime, Circus, Seasonal/Variety Shows including one off Events, Fetes, Cabaret Evenings, London's West End and large scale Trips, Exhibitions, Conventions and Competitions.
... AND we still find time for Examinations, Award Ceremonies and our BIG Annual Show held every July. Giving the opportunity for friends and families to come and see first-hand the progression of our pupils over the academic year.