New opportunities for talented young performers

Platinum Academy of Performing Arts is this year offering full scholarships to new students worth up to £15,000

Platinum Academy of Performing Arts
Platinum Academy of Performing Arts

With the help of Big Narstie’s ribbon-cutting skills, Platinum Academy of Performing Arts was officially opened last September at Millfield House in Edmonton.

The academy is now a full-time college where young people from the age of 16 can train, in all areas of performing arts, and receive a national diploma qualification at the end of their two or three-year programme.

Platinum is now enrolling new students for the next academic year, starting in September. Thanks to an investment from local businesses committed to supporting the arts and creating opportunities for young people, Platinum will this year be offering full scholarships to new students worth up to £15,000. Auditions are taking place over the next few months for local young people who have a passion and drive for the arts.

Principal and founder Nina Lewis-Hart says: “At Platinum Academy of Performing Arts, we want to share a united passion for our industry. We are dedicated to leading training in the performing arts and access to higher education and career opportunities in the creative industries.

“Our training is delivered by a faculty of experienced professionals and practitioners. Together, they enable our students to develop the skills and techniques to excel into highly-competent performers and artists who are ready to pursue a career or begin higher educational training in the arts.”

For more information and to apply for a scholarship:
Visit platinumperformingarts.co.uk