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Redroofs Theatre School (Film & Television School)




Established in London in 1947, Redroofs Theatre School moved to Littlewick Green, Maidenhead, in 1964 under the directorship of June Rose, Founder and Principal. The house, previously the country home of the late Ivor Novello, had been the rendezvous for most of the greatest screen and theatrical artists of the era, and the inspiration for much of Novello's music.

Redroofs Film & Television School was the first drama school in the UK to offer dedicated screen courses.

• Every student is eligible for Representation with our well established Agency
• Continuing Representation upon graduation

Redroofs has grown over the years to include a separate site for our under-16s; a theatre in Ascot, Berkshire; permanent offices at the prestigious Pinewood Studios; and uses further studio space at the stunning Norden Farm Centre for the Arts.

The School prides itself on its ability to bring out the best in its pupils, and whether you are looking at Redroofs as a professional training ground or a once-a-week activity, Redroofs is a school where pupils are valued, where real confidence is borne and harnessed, and where ambitions are recognised and encouraged.

Our "extended family" of ex-pupils working in the industry today include theatre producers; fully qualified dance teachers; directors; ADs; scenic artists; published writers; literary and theatrical agents; stage managers and educationalists; as well as many working actors, singers and dancers including household names, numerous BAFTA and Oscar nominees ...and winners!



School name:Redroofs Theatre SchoolFilm & Television School
Address:Redroofs Associates, Littlewick Green
Zip & city:SL6 3QY England
Phone:+44 (0) 16 2882 2982
Web:http://www.redroofs.co.uk/
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Established in London in 1947, Redroofs Theatre School moved to Littlewick Green, Maidenhead, in 1964 under the directorship of June Rose, Founder and Principal. The house, previously the country home of the late Ivor Novello, had been the rendezvous for most of the greatest screen and theatrical artists of the era, and the inspiration for much of Novello's music.

Redroofs Film & Television School was the first drama school in the UK to offer dedicated screen courses.

• Every student is eligible for Representation with our well established Agency
• Continuing Representation upon graduation

Redroofs has grown over the years to include a separate site for our under-16s; a theatre in Ascot, Berkshire; permanent offices at the prestigious Pinewood Studios; and uses further studio space at the stunning Norden Farm Centre for the Arts.

The School prides itself on its ability to bring out the best in its pupils, and whether you are looking at Redroofs as a professional training ground or a once-a-week activity, Redroofs is a school where pupils are valued, where real confidence is borne and harnessed, and where ambitions are recognised and encouraged.

Our "extended family" of ex-pupils working in the industry today include theatre producers; fully qualified dance teachers; directors; ADs; scenic artists; published writers; literary and theatrical agents; stage managers and educationalists; as well as many working actors, singers and dancers including household names, numerous BAFTA and Oscar nominees ...and winners! 



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