Muswell Hill School

of Performing Arts

Formerly Kidz on the Hill Performing Arts

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We are hoping to restart classes in mid-October


Muswell Hill School of Performing Arts is an Independent Performing Arts School offering drama, dance and singing tuition to 4 - 16 year olds in Muswell Hill.


Where?         Muswell Hill Methodist Church

When?           Thursdays during term-time, 4:15 - 6:15 / 6:30 / 7:30


Next Term    We are hoping to restart classes in mid-October


MHSPA aims to offer every child a fun and enriching experience, whether they have aspirations to be on the West End, or whether they just want to have a great time after school.


MHSPA enrols 90 students in total and classes are split into 6 groups, based on age, so we are able to tailor the content and offer challenges and opportunities appropriate to their stage.


Because we are not a franchise, our programme adapts to and develops with the kids we have at the time.


We cater for working parents by offering local school pick-ups and a light tea, meaning kids can come straight from school and be in our care until 6:30. We also accept Childcare vouchers & Tax-Free Childcare payments.


To find out more, check out Our Classes or Get In Touch!


Upcoming Projects/ Productions:


Summer Term: Monologues, Duologues, Recital and Solo Work : ONLINE


Performance Opportunities:





"Thank you! You made my child a star - the show was magnificent" ...

"Another fab week at Kidz on the Hill" ... "All the hard work paid off xx" ... "All the kids looked like they were having so much fun & growing in confidence."

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The students will work on acting pieces and solo

songswhich they will learn, be directed in via online

sessions, and present at the end of the course.


The kids will also work on a group dance, as well as

choreographing their own solo pieces, which will also

be performed at online presentation at the end of the



The Seniors will also include a play reading in their course and Shakespeare in their presentation pieces.