Our Teenage Performance Acting classes help to bridge the gap between young children acting classes and adult education.
We aim to build on the foundations that have been laid in our young acting classes and shaped them towards a career in adult performance.
Each class is tailored to identify and extract the potential of our students and help them build towards a more polished and desired skill set.
Our head of Teenage Performance is Meg, who is vastly experienced in a wide range of performance disciplines.
Resident Acting Teacher & Acting Workshop Leader
Meg Campbell is an award-winning Director. Meg graduated from the National Film & Television School with an MA in Directing fiction. Meg has written and directed numerous short films including ‘Present’ starring Sarah Parish, which premiered on opening night at Rhode Island International Film Festival. Meg was awarded the prize for “Best Director”.
Screened at Cambridge Film festival and won the NAHEMI award for Best Short Film.
Screened at 16 Odeon cinemas nationwide as part of the ‘Best Short Films of the Year’ competition
Longlisted for 2017 BAFTA’s for Best Short Film.
Meg also has experience of working with children between the ages of 2-18 on her film projects along with teaching experience at The National Film and Television School. Meg has a passion for working with children, which is echoed in her films and is able to facilitate them in their creativity, allowing them to reach their full potential.