Join us for BRIT School open events

Located in Croydon, The BRIT School is the leading performing and creative arts school in the UK for young people aged between 14 and 19, and is free to attend and open to anyone with a passion for the arts.

This autumn we are hosting two open events to meet you – the next generation of creative talent who wish to study here at Key Stage 4 and post-16.

This is a chance to see the school and discover if this is the place for you.

Book a time slot at one of our open events at and come to either event: Thursday, September 29 or Wednesday, October 12, 2022.

The Brit School – Musical Theatre

Whether your goal is to be a performer, technician, designer, musician, artist, teacher, facilitator or a business professional, studying at The BRIT School is the best way to prepare yourself for the future.

Those attending The BRIT School have access to a pioneering creative curriculum, alongside a full academic programme of GCSEs and A-levels.

The school has nine strands of focus: Film and Media Production, Interactive Digital Design, Production Arts, Visual Arts and Design/Fashion Styling and Textiles, Applied Theatre, Dance, Music and Music Technology, Musical Theatre and Theatre.

The school is ever evolving and growing in line with creative sectors and we offer a new Fashion, Styling and Textiles Route at post-16 under Visual Arts and Design, as well as the popular Interactive Digital Design course that produces app and web designers, game makers and animators.

The Brit School – Dance

In 2021, 95 per cent of students went on to higher education at top universities, studying a diverse range of subjects, or to leading vocational drama/dance schools and music conservatoires and/or full-time employment.

The BRIT School can boast a wealth of talented singers, musicians, technicians, filmmakers, performers, designers, games-makers, set-makers, community arts practitioners, actors, producers, authors DJs, composers, visual artists, poets, entrepreneurs, digital designers, theatremakers and even a stuntman among those who have left the school.

Notable names include Adele, Jessie J, Kae Tempest, King Krule, Katie Melua, Rex Orange County, Ella Eyre, Leona Lewis, The Kooks, Dan Gillespie Sells (The Feeling and writer of hit musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie), Tom Holland and Cush Jumbo OBE (The Good Wife).


You can apply online at to join in autumn 2023.




Pictures: Ian Hippolyte

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