......and Welcome to O-YO! Which stands for ONLY YOUNG ONCE.
ONLY YOUNG ONCE SCHOOL
OF PERFORMING ARTS FOR FILM
LOCATION: Brixton Base, Talma Road, SW2 1AS
DATE /TIMES: 10:30am - 12:30pm (every Saturday within school term time & Holiday Camps outside of term time).
Weekly School = £284.00 per 12 week term
(paid in 2 x instalments of £142.00)
Holiday Camp = £189.00 per week
(paid in 2 x instalments of £94.50)
Sibling Discount & further payment plans available on request - please get in touch.
Age 4 - 18
Drama, Dance, Singing, Songwriting & Film Making Classes.
Create & Star in movies & attend the cinema film premieres
Write your own songs, record and release singles
Small, focussed classes in separate & mixed age groups.
Meet our Wonderful Team Here
We offer modern contemporary training in all creative aspects of the arts. Our Weekly School is based around the premise of making short films. Students are involved in the whole process from start to finish including coming up with the storyline & script, writing songs to appear in the film, choreographing dances and assisting with the filming itself, once the film is complete we watch it back at a local cinema with O-YO students family and friends. Through out the whole experience students receive training in Acting, Dancing, Singing and much more as they put these skills to use in the films. We meet once a week throughout school Term time at Brixton Base SW2 1AS 10:30 - 12:30. We accept ages 4-16. For more information about each term please see below or get in touch to book your free trial.
WEEKLY SCHOOL SYLLABUS
(Holiday Camps follow a condensed version of below)
Term 1: Film Concept & Creation. Through lessons in Singing, Drama & Dance the students explore different themes and through improvisation and creative workshopping create the concept, storyline and eventually script for the years Film.
Term 2: Rehearsal: In classes students rehearse their scenes and work on building their characters. Costumes are designed and created and Choreography & Songs are learnt and recorded prior to filming commencing.
Term 3: Film Term: In the final term we film the content that the students have already created and rehearsed. They take part both infront and behind of the camera. The term ends with our famous Film Premieres where friends and family join us to watch the film back at a local cinema.