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Best School of Musical Theatre Ware gives young people a place to learn vital life skills like communication, teamwork, and confidence, and to begin exploring who they are through the performing arts and having fun.

We’re passionate about maintaining a safe space where equality of opportunity, positive support and individual care form the backbone of our teaching. 

Each Saturday, at the amazing Southern Maltings in Ware, the schools split into three age-appropriate groups that enjoy an hour each of singing, acting, and dancing led by highly experienced, family orientated industry professionals.


1000 - 1300


Southern Maltings, Kibes Lane, Ware, SG12 7BS

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Ware Best School
of Musical Theatre

Ages 5 - 16

singing acting and dancing


Age 5 - 16

Too young? Check out our Best Beginners Course in Ware for ages 3 - 5.

Too old? Check out Best's The Company in St Albans.


Termly fee of £360 split into four monthly instalments of £90. Childcare vouchers accepted, sibling and multi class booking discounts available.


Book your place or two week trial below:

Evie 's Mum

"The way you bring each child out of their shell and let them shine is incredible - and clearly creates such a special place where everyone is so encouraging and kind."

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It’s more than hitting the right notes! We teach rhythm, listening, harmony and healthy, safe vocal techniques. We help students to sing out and try different styles like pop, musical theatre, and folk.  Across the year we share our work and everyone gets to shine in our yearly large scale musicals.

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Our dance classes encourage everyone to get moving with a range of different styles. Classes are energetic and buzzing, focussing on reassurance and building physical confidence. We balance solo technique and group choreography in developing routines and performance pieces, where dance is part of the story.

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Through group work, games and exercises we explore different acting techniques and styles. Alongside working with pre-existing text, we play with building characters and inventing stories. There are lots of performance opportunities within the session, as well as in our big Best show every year.

Meet The Team

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Elsie Fallon



Lillie-Mae Stewart is a performer, choreographer and teacher, who at the age of 10, made her professional theatre debut playing Margaret Gormley in the West End's "Billy Elliot The Musical". 

Other credits include: Beyoncé’s “RENAISSANCE - The Movement” music video (choreographed by Mecnun Giasar), Idina Menzel and Michael Buble's "Baby It's Cold Outside" music video, ITV's "Fool Britannia" (with actor Dom Joly), and London's West End production of "13 The Musical", playing the lead role of Kendra. 

Lillie-Mae is an alumni of Italia Conti Theatre Arts School London (2020) and The Urdang Academy London (2023), where she gained a Level 4 Diploma in Teaching Theatre Arts, and a Level 6 Diploma in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre. Lillie-Mae is also a qualified first aider and safeguarding officer. 



Elsie is a performer and actress with a host of credits including shows for Netflix & the BBC and she often pops up on your screens in adverts for things like Walkers Crisps or Mecca Bingo. 


Elsie graduated from London College of Music with a 1st Class Hons degree in Musical Theatre and has been performing since the age of 2. She loves theatre and has been lucky enough to be cast in wonderful roles at some amazing venues including The National Theatre & The Gordon Craig. 


Elsie has spent the past decade teaching and principaling at other drama schools and says

“I am a so excited to start my next adventure with Best and can’t wait to meet you all. I love watching young people realise their potential and there seems nowhere better to do so than with the team at Best!” 


Molly started performing at the age of 3 beginning with Ballet and since then has always known it was her love and passion. She began her career not long after in TV and Film, such as Holby City, Eastenders and Ali G The Movie, and hasn’t stopped since, always rehearsing for at least one show at a time.

Working at Best is Molly’s weekly get away and bundle of happiness who says, “I love nothing more than watching the students at Best grow as not only performers but individuals too. I am proud to have worked as Bests Hertford singing teacher for over a year now and plan to stay for many years to come. Without the stage, life would be a whole lot duller.”


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