All our Open Days are now fully booked.
We now recommend making an online application. We audition everyone who applies. Click on APPLY NOW for more details.
On the audition day candidates will spend all day at the Urdang and get the chance to speak to staff and current students. Parents/guardians will also be given an introductory talk by staff at the beginning of the day.
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Award-winning West End actor, singer, songwriter, and artist, Matt Henry, was awarded an MBE in the Queens New Years Honours list (2017) for his work in Musical Theatre
That same year Matt received a Grammy nomination for his solo performance on The London KinkyBoots cast recording. In 2016, he was Winner of The Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Lola in Kinky Boots and voted by London theatre goers as Best Actor in a Musical at the What’s On Stage awards 2016.
Matt has also toured the UK promoting his debut album Red Flare supporting Grammy and Tony winning pop icon, Cyndi Lauper back in 2016. The album was recorded live at the studio of Dan Gillespie Sells (The Feeling) and produced by Mr Hudson.
As a finalist on the BBC’s The Voice, where he was mentored by both Will.i.am and Jessie J, Matt’s performance of Ray LaMontagne’s ‘Trouble’ racked up over four million hits on YouTube and the original ‘Trouble’ re-entered the UK charts that week, testament to Matt’s performance.
Matt has recently returned to Shakespeare Globe in a production of The Two Noble Kinsmen. Previous theatre credits include: Avenue Q (Noël Coward Theatre and UK tour); Lion King (Lyceum); Miss Saigon (UK tour); Saturday Night Fever (Apollo Victoria); Hair (UK tour); The Rat Pack Live from Vegas (Adelphi and UK tour) The Harder They Come (Stratford East and UK tour); The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (Royal & Derngate) and The Frontline (Shakespeare’s Globe).