When are rehearsals and how often are they scheduled?
Weekday rehearsals are from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Thursdays. Rehearsal times are subject to change and expand, but members will be made aware in advance.
Where are rehearsals?
Weekday rehearsals take place in room C1.18 on University of Westminster's Cavendish Campus. Depending on our needs, our rehearsal space may change, but members will be made aware in advance.
How do I become a member of the USWU musical theatre society?
If you attend, or attended, the University of Westminster, go on UWSU.com, create an account, add "Musical Theatre Society" to your basket and pay out with PayPal.
If you do not attend the University of Westminster or are a member of our alumni, please contact us via email and we will assist you with the process.
What does it cost to participate in a UWSU musical theatre production?
The only cost for participating in our productions is our membership fee.
If you plan on staying with us the entire year for all of our productions, the fee is £30.
If you only wish to participate in our main stage production or are an exchange student here for a semester, the fee is £15.
Thank you to Isabel Loeper for directing this show. A special thanks goes to our choreographers Théo Buvat, Melia Tabani, and Jillian Keith, as well as our musical director James Harragan.
Even though In the Heights is over and the torch has been passed on, we'll keep working hard to make bigger and better shows!
Here's a sneak peek into the months of work thrown into our production of In the Heights!
We'd like to thank every single student and staff cast and crew member, as well as every one of you who turned up and supported us on both, of either, of our full house nights.
After a hectic first semester with a Marroween performance, "In the Heights" auditions, and a CPA Ball, we finally put on our Winter Extravaganza.
A MAJOR thank you to all of the students who dedicated their time as members of our cast and crew, as well as the people who bought tickets and supported us!
A special thanks goes to our choreographers Mélia Tabani and Jillian Keith, and musical director Jake Bradford.