February 24, 2019

TSOS Student TAYLOR has joined the cast of BBC Still Game for the final series. 

Still Game is comedy in which lifelong friends cope with everything modern life has to throw at them. This is the final series to be televised and we couldn't be happier for TAYLOR to be joining the cast in Episode 1 as ''Heckler''

Find out more about the programme here. 

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TSOS Student KAYLA has been filming an amazing commercial for Baxters soup commercial. 

The super talented youngster had our office dancing along with her role in this commercial. Well done KAYLA. We are so proud of you. 


View it here 

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January 3, 2019

We are opening our doors to our studios to meet and greet the next generation of talent. 

The Theatre School of Scotland prides itself on delivering first class part time performing arts training in Scotland specialising in Acting and Performance, Singing and Vocal Coaching, Musical Theatre and Dance and Performance. Our students range for just three years old to twenty one.  

On Saturday 5th of January we are inviting you to come down and find out more information about the amazing work we do at #TSOS // It will be a chance to learn...

November 25, 2018

TSOS Student LOUIS had a great time filming his role of GAVIN in David Walliams GRANDPA'S GREAT ESCAPE.

We are excited to reveal the programme has won a CHILDRENS BAFTA.  The British Academy Children's Awards: the very best in children's media, from programmes and films to presenters and performers, as chosen by BAFTA. The Awards took place at the Roundhouse, London, and were hosted by Marvin & Rochelle Humes on Sunday 25 November 2018.  See the full winners here.

Well done to the whole cast and crew and especially our ver...

September 10, 2018

TSOS student joins cast of BBC River City playing the role of Callum Adams.

River City is a BBC Drama series set in a close-knit Glasgow community. TY will be playing Callum Adams son of Kelly-Marie Adams and grandson of Lenny Murdoch. 

Well done TY we are so proud of you. Find out more about the programme here

TSOS student KACIE has had a very busy summer ahead as he starts filming for Molly and Mack for Cbeebies. Well done KACIE

 we are so proud of you!

Find out more about this children's television drama here. 

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TSOS Student AIDEN has had a very busy summer ahead as he starts filming for Molly and Mack for Cbeebies. Well done Aiden we are so proud of you!

Find out more about this children's television drama here

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January 30, 2018

A GLASGOW based theatre school is teaming up with some of the biggest names in Scottish showbiz.

Still Game's Jane McCarry(Isa) and River City's Gary Lamont (Robbie Fraser) are just a few of the actors doing takeover weeks at The Theatre School Of Scotland.

The school for budding stars is creating a platform for young Scottish performers to meet and work with their idols.

Principle teacher Reece Donnelly  says ''The school prides itself on putting kids infront of hard working Scottish actors and making sure all the pupils are wo...

December 25, 2017

Louis joins cast of David Walliams Grampas Great Escape for BBC. Louis will be playing the role of Gavin in this huge BBC DRAMA. 

Click here to find out more about the programme. 

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November 27, 2017

Why are performing arts important?

The performing arts are great for helping children to develop their creative skills. There are no wrong answers, and everyone is actively encouraged to express new and alternative opinions. In fact, the performing arts can improve and develop many different skills, all of which will play a big role in adult life.

Forming new opinions and perspectives

Children interact with students of various ages, backgrounds, cultures and beliefs in the performing arts, opening them up to a new set of opinions and ideas. Th...

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