Quirky TV actress in search for Drama Academy partners
One of the most popular names in show business is now looking for enthusiastic and talented partners to help the Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts (PQA). PQA is continuing to expand across the United Kingdom. It opened its first academy in the year 2007 and from then on PQA has managed to come up with thirteen more academies across the United Kingdom.
According to the manager of PQA, Steve Sheen, it is an exciting and interesting opportunity for all those enthusiastic and talented individuals who want to run their own arts academy. PQA has been developed in such a way that the children can get involved with all areas in performing arts from singing and dancing to television and film. PQA ensures that children can gain confidence at the root levels and at the same time they can have a lot of fun. PQA is looking out for such partners who can understand their ethos.
The maximum start up fee will be three thousand pounds, which goes towards the insurance, working capital and equipment. PQA helps to provide a realistic opportunity to all those creative professionals who are really interested in managing and running their own business. PQA is also offering experienced business, teaching and market support to all the partners so that they can run their academy in an organised manner.