The Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School, which is a not for profit organisation, opened in 2001 as a Prince's Trust Business. Since then it has won multiple Business of London Awards and has a growing reputation within the performing arts industry. Our guiding principle is to provide a safe, supportive environment for young people to explore the performing arts, whether they have dreams of entering the profession or simply wish to use the performing arts classes to learn some valuable life enhancing skills. We have an incredible team of staff who encourage team work, self-expression, confidence, communication, discipline, respect and fun.

Opportunities
Weenies Class Assistant
Join our professional team working with our youngest students in the Weenies Class (4-6 years), in our School Branch located in Greenwich.
Drama School Assistant
Join our professional team working with young performers (4-18 years) from across the capital.

See what other students say about this project

"I would definitely recommend the experience to anyone interested in making a difference for a day. "
Dora Dimitrova is a Fourth Year European International Social and Political Studies student. Last July, with a team of other passionate and creative volunteers, she helped our community partner Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Drama school to find new ways of funding. Read on to see why she joined our Social Hackathons and what she got out of it!
"Remember why you're volunteering and just enjoy the process."
Megan Ann Pang is a final year BSc Economics and Geography student and she has been volunteering for the Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School. She spoke to us about what it's like to do both regular and one-off volunteering in the arts, as well as what motivates her to keep volunteering!