I’m represented by another talent agency, can I still take part?
Yes, The Saffron Acting Studios is a separate entity to the The Saffron Group agency. Your training will not be affected in any way if you are represented by another talent agency.
Do I need to live in the UK to take part in the lessons?
No, with the lessons being online, this means anybody, anywhere in the world can apply for the course However, applicants need to be fluent in spoken English and confident reading in English. Please be aware that there may be text and script that may have advanced vocabulary in them on the course.
I’m under 18, can I apply?
No. The minimum age for the course is 18
When do lessons start and what are the lesson dates?
The Spring term starts on 6th January 2021 from 7pm to 9.30pm.
Classes are every Wednesday and Friday.
Please note depending on number of classes, days and times may vary.
What are the termly fees?
Term fees are £445.00, you can choose from 3 payment options. There are 2 classes per week for 3 months. Please note the total term fee will need to be paid 1 week before that term starts.
Pay-in-3: 3 payments of £155
Pay-in-2: 2 payments of £230
Pay-in-1: 1 payment of £445
When do I need to pay for the term?
Full payment is required 1 week before the start of the term. Please note, all payments are non-refundable.
What is the maximum class size?
Classes are capped at 16 students
Does my enrolment on the classes mean I am part of The Saffron Group agency too?
No. The Saffron Acting Studios is a separate entity to the agency – The Saffron Group. Successful enrolment on the course does not mean you are part of the agency. By applying for the classes it is under the sole purpose of acting training. Therefore, as a student of The Saffron Acting Studios, you are not represented by or guaranteed representation by The Saffron Group.
Will I gain a qualification once the lessons have completed?
The classes are not accredited with any sort of qualification on completion. The classes provide training and techniques around ‘Acting for TV and Film’.
For working and non-working actors, this is a great way of sharping and learning new skills.
Are classes tax deductible?
All classes are a tax deductible expense for professional actors. It’s about keeping your skills updated and your on-going Continued Professional Development (CPD). After each payment, you will receive a receipt as confirmation of payment. Please keep this paperwork for your records. We advise that you consult with an accountant for further information and guidance.