From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Redroofs Theatre School is an independent theatre training school in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England. The school was established in 1947 in London and moved to Littlewick Green in 1964 into a house that was once the home of Ivor Novello.
- Windsor and Maidenhead
- June Rose (Keston-Bloom)
- Independent day school
Redroofs Theatre School is an independent theatre training school based in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England, with both UK and International links
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Redroofs was sold after Novello's death and is now a theatre training school.
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“Redroofs is not just a school. It's a way of life!” Established in London in 1947, Redroofs Theatre School moved to Littlewick Green, Maidenhead, in 1964 under the directorship of June Rose, Founder and Principal.
Redroofs School for the Performing Arts, Maidenhead, United Kingdom. 6,613 likes · 61 talking about this · 563 were here. Celebrating Childhood Since 1947, we are one of the UK's Leading School for...