LAR Performing Arts -
Creating Children's Confidence
About LAR Performing Arts
LAR Performing Arts offers a variety of classes in Singing, Dancing, Acting, Street Dance & Musical Theatre for Children & Teens ages 4 to 18.
Visit our NEWS page to read about recent Festivals & Performances
Click on the LOCATION pages above for more information about your nearest LAR Academy.
All of our teachers have enhanced DBS checks, Safeguarding & First Aid Training. Our Principal, Louisa, is a Vocal Health First Aider.
Why choose LAR?
Small class sizes
LAMDA Exams (count towards UCAS points)
Trinity Singing and Rock & Pop Singing Exams
LAR Talent Agency, submitting children for West End / UK Tour Theatre, TV and Film Auditions
Enter Music and Drama Festivals & Competitions
We are all about building CONFIDENCE & we absolutely love seeing children flourish through the arts!
Our Principal Louisa is a qualified Vocal Health First Aider. This means she has an understanding of -
- Vocal Health and the factors that can affect vocal wellbeing
- Practical Skills to spot the signs of a range of vocal dysfunction and imbalance
- Knowledge to help someone towards recovery by guiding them in self management or passing them on to further support
- An understanding of how to prevent vocal health issues from occurring
At LAR Performing Arts, we are Highly Skilled Professionals who are passionate about Building Children's Confidence and teaching Key Performance Skills.
We have two students making their West End debuts this Summer!
Chesham Arts Festival
Theodore Awarded The Baker Shield from Chesham Musical Theatre Society after his outstanding performance at Chesham Music Festival
What our Parents Say
"My children absolutely love LAR! Their confidence has grown and they've made some wonderful friends too. I'm so impressed with the amazing opportunities offered to all the children and the consistently high exam results. Well done team LAR!"
Find us on Instagram @lar_perform
"Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which
cannot remain silent." Victor Hugo