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Redroofs Theatre School

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Redroofs Theatre School
Redroofs Theatre School logo.png
26 Bath Road


Coordinates51°31′20″N 0°44′08″W / 51.52215°N 0.73559°W / 51.52215; -0.73559
TypeIndependent day school
FounderJune Rose (Keston-Bloom)
Local authorityWindsor and Maidenhead
SpecialistPerforming Arts
Department for Education URN110167 Tables
Head teacherSamantha Keston
Age10 to 18

Redroofs Theatre School is an independent theatre training school in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England.

The school was established in 1947 in London and moved to Littlewick Green in 1964 into a house that was once the home of Ivor Novello. The school currently has two bases in Maidenhead, and two theatres in Littlewick Green and Ascot respectively. Redroofs comprised a full-time school for talented children (10–18 years), a part-time school of approximately 400 and an agency open to all pupils.In 2020 the school stopped its academic provision to become a larger Part Time School for the Performing Arts only.

Former pupils include Debbie McGee, many other working industry performers, dance teachers, theatre producers, theatre directors, writers, stage managers, singers, dancers, stunt coordinators and actors.

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Former pupils

Redroofs Theatre School in 2009
Redroofs Theatre School in 2009

Alumni include:[1]


  1. ^ "Alumni". Redroofs Theatre School. Retrieved 14 May 2011.
  2. ^ "Exclusive: Sexy Ali Bastian quits cop show for ballroom blitz". Sunday Mail. 13 September 2009. Retrieved 15 November 2009.
  3. ^ Katja Hofman (9 March 2003). "Kate Winslet: Last year I worked for seven weeks - the rest of the time I'm a mum". The Independent. Retrieved 14 May 2011.

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