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Creating a brighter future for young people through the arts


Arts Insight national workshops

Since 2010 Arts Insight has been delivering 2, 3 and 5 day musical theatre workshops to primary and SEN schools throughout the UK.  We are extremely proud to have been funded more than once by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation to enable us to do this.

  

Arts insight in warwickshire schools

Arts Insight is based at multiple schools across Warwickshire

offering after school performing arts classes and lunch time

Lamda exam tuition.  

Our current partnerships:

Emscote Infant School

Coten End Primary School

Warwick Junior (Boys) School

Brookhurst Primary School

Telford Primary School

arts insight @ The loft

Since 2021 Arts Insight has been the resident youth theatre at The Loft Theatre in Leamington Spa.  Each week we offer 7 - 17 year olds exciting performing arts and theatre classes on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday through out the school year.

private coaching

Since 2017, the Founder

 & Artistic Director of Arts Insight; Laura Berridge 

has been offering 1:1 coaching sessions for LAMDA exams. So far all her pupils have never received lower than a distinction.  This year Laura also coached a child for their senior school entrance interview, who was subsequenty offered a place at Marlborough College.  Please get in touch for any 1:1 coaching needs.

 Arts Insight at a glance

Arts Insight @ The Loft

Big summer show auditions

30th march and 6th april 24

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In the sleepy town of Long Piddleton resides a colourful community of residents, who have all been invited to Clueworthy Manor;  the grand home of  Colonel Dijon-Moutarde and his MUCH younger wife Miss Ruby Starlet (she insisted on keeping her maiden name) to celebrate their one-year anniversary of marriage.  As the night progresses a series of unfortunate and deadly events occur.  Will Chief Inspector Colourblind and Sergeant Spectrum be able to untangle the mystery and find the culprit, location and murder weapon...?  It’s anybody’s guess.

Engagement in the arts changes lives. The positive impact of the arts on health, social mobility and wellbeing is now irrefutable. I passionately believe that everyone in this country, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, should be able to participate.  

 

I am thrilled our foundation is able to support projects that widen access, inspire creativity and deliver opportunities. We are proud to support Arts Insight, enriching young lives and empowering the next generation to succeed."

Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Teaching life skills

The importance of drama, music and the arts in education is significant, teaching skills such as confidence, teamwork, resilience and self-belief – all the essential skills for life.