Pirrie Performing Arts are open to any budding performer regardless of ability!
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Pirrie Performing Arts

Pirrie Performing Arts are open to any budding performer regardless of ability! They offer a wide range of classes including Musical Theatre, Acro Dance, Street Dance, Singing, Drama, Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary and Tap.

Pirrie Performing Arts take great pride in the time they invest with every student, encouraging them to build confidence, improve skills and most of all have fun!

They host several performances throughout the year to showcase their performers, giving them a chance to step out on to the stage and let you see what they have been working on in class.

During the school holidays Pirrie Performing Arts hold workshop weeks which are a great opportunity to learn from industry professionals and get a taste of what Pirrie Performing Arts has to offer!

Free trials are available for any of their classes across Perth and wider Perthshire.

Please see their website here for all locations.

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