about us

ETA is a new and fast-growing Performing Arts School based in Bromley, providing students with expert training from highly experienced West End professionals. We offer a range of part time evening classes in dancing, singing and acting for children and young adults of all ages and abilities. With only a limited number of spaces available and small classes we provide students with dedicated training giving them the knowledge, skill set and confidence to improve as a performer and grow as an individual.

Joining ETA school isn’t just about performing arts classes, it’s about being part of a small community of like minded people who love to share their passion of theatre and performance in a safe environment and grow together.

Year round students perform at various events and competitions across the country as well as our very own annual show. Trips to professional shows are organised sporadically as well as other social events which help to encourage friendships and a sense of unity within the school.

Whether professional training is an end goal or be it just for the sheer love and passion of performance, we aim to nurture every individual’s performance skills and abilities providing the best possible training in a safe, happy and hard-working environment.

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Reviews

“Lovely teachers! Rob, Lewis and the team genuinely care about all their students, bring out the best in them and help them to grow in confidence. My children can’t wait to come to their classes each week. I highly recommend this school.” – Parent

“Rob & Lewis are amazing teachers and my daughter can’t wait to attend their classes each week! I highly recommend their performance school to anyone!” – Parent

“My daughter loves the tap lessons, the highlight of her week” – Parent

“We cannot rate Rob, Lewis and the rest of the ETA team highly enough. Our daughter thoroughly enjoys attending the musical theatre and tap classes each week, she comes away beaming and desperate to tell us what she has completed in her class (albeit in an exhausted tone!)” – Parent