Alumni

  • We meet with Alum Elaine Grant to talk about Wac Arts’ Early Days (part 3)

    By Wac Arts on 27/07/2018
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    Read the previous parts of this interview here: [Part One] [Part Two] In the last interview in this series, Wac Arts alum Elaine Grant tells us about her favourite memories of Wac Arts, and why she travels an hour across London with her daughter so that she can come to our classes. HB: So what would you say is your […]
  • Alum Elaine Grant discusses her career (interview part 2)

    By Wac Arts on 20/07/2018
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    Read the first part of this interview here. Elaine Grant was one of our first students, as well as being an employee of Wac Arts for eleven years. Keep reading to find out more about her career. HB: Once you had graduated, did you find getting the parts that you wanted a struggle? EG: I remember the term when I […]
  • We meet with Alum Elaine Grant to talk about Wac Arts’ Early Days (part 1)

    By Wac Arts on 13/07/2018
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    Over forty years of providing ridiculously good performing arts training, we have seen thousands of young people come through our doors. As we head towards our fortieth birthday, we have been connecting with these alumni from all walks of life, to see the impact Wac Arts has had. Last time we spoke to current student and volunteer John Gaine, who […]
  • Alumni – looking back to look forward

    By Wac Arts on 16/02/2018
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    A look back at our Alumni to inspire our young people moving forward!
  • Alumni and Supporters Success in 2017

    By Wac Arts on 25/01/2018
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    Alumni and Supporters Success in 2017 It’s a new year and many of our alumni, supporters, staff and students are kicking 2018 off with some amazing achievements in the performing arts and creative industries. Below we have shared with you our alum and Patrons news. In February, we will be sharing interviews and news of those alumni who left Wac […]
  • Do not miss Les Blancs at The National … Starring Wac Arts Alumni!

    By Wac Arts on 14/01/2016
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    Wac Arts Alumna Sheila Atim and Alumus and Patron Danny Sapani are back at the National Theatre in a new play by Lorraine Hansberry; Les Blancs. “An African country teeters on the edge of civil war. A society prepares to drive out its colonial present and claim an independent future. Racial tensions boil over. Tshembe, returned home from England for […]
  • Busy week for our diploma alumni!

    By Wac Arts on 30/04/2015
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    It’s a busy week for our diploma alumni as now fewer than six major productions get underway with star-studded Wac Arts Diploma graduates in their cast: Kofi Boateng appears in Fuel Theatre’s The Spalding Suite which, continuing on its national tour, opened at London’s Southbank Centre last night. The show has received 4* reviews and is in the Metro’s To-Do […]
  • Newtion Matthews – Wac Arts’ Gem on The Voice 2015

    By Wac Arts on 13/02/2015
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    The journey has just begun… Wac Arts students have always made us proud. It is a heart-warming experience for us to watch them grow and display their skills out there. Wac Arts alumni counts names like Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Robo Cop, Secrets & Lies, Without a Trace), 2004 Oscar nominee (Hotel Rwanda) and 2014 Tony Award Winner (A Raisin in the […]
  • New Year New Successes for Wac Arts Alumni

    By Wac Arts on 27/01/2015
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    Wac Arts proud of our Alumni’s achievements! Wac Arts wants to congratulate three members of our alumni, Maddy Hill, Danny Dyer, and Marianne Jean-Baptiste of their exciting news and appearances on our screens this January. Maddy Hill won Best Newcomer at the National Television Awards. The actress from the London Borough of Hackney has worked on the television series Whitechapel […]
  • Danny Sapani pn Penny Dreadful

    By Wac Arts on 30/07/2014
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    Danny Sapani, a Wac Arts graduate, has a role in the new series on Sky Atlantic ‘Penny Dreadful‘. acting alongside Eva Green, Josh Harnett and Billie Piper. Danny plays a character called ‘Sembene’, who is described as “an African man with ritual face scarring who serves as Sir Malcolm’s sentry and confidant. He has an air of mystery about him […]
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