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Our Motto: Theatre, as a profession, is a way of life



All About Millennium Performing Arts

Our programmes are designed to emulate a professional company and our students develop a professional mindset from the start.

Teaching Staff

Our teachers are experts in all aspects of performance and management, including musical theatre, ballet and contemporary dance, opera, TV, film, cabaret, artistic directorships and administration.


Learn more about our teaching staff here.

Tradition + Creativity

We believe in upholding the traditions of theatre while embracing creativity and innovation. As well as gaining first rate technical training, we also arm our students with the knowledge they need to navigate the industry, which includes training in employment and business skills.


The family of Millennium Performing Arts takes care of each other. Our professional counsellor is also a performer and teacher, so has a thorough understanding of how best to support performance artists. This is a highly rewarding but tough industry; we take the physical and mental wellbeing of our students very seriously, and ensure they always have someone to talk to on a professional level.


We are located in an off-West End location, easily accessible from all of London and further afield. We have large internal as well as some external dance studios, singing rooms and acting studios, lecture rooms, a treatment room, library facilities, study rooms and an in-house cafe. There are private gym and Pilates studios very nearby and all that London has to offer is on the doorstep.

See our courses here.

Please find some information on accommodation and student support here.


Peter Teigen
Joseph Dart


“When you come to MPA College, you’re treated like a performer. We believe you get the very best trainings for a career in this industry and we support you every step of the way. Being a hair’s breadth away from the West End means our students train with working professionals every day; they are always close to performers, directors, and choreographers as well as the agents who will represent them one day.”

Zak Nemorin, Artistic Director & Main Tutor for Jazz Dance.