The Songwriting Mystery Revealed…

Improve Your Songwriting
In Just 8 Hours!

It’s no big secret that songwriting is a difficult process to get started with.  Our new songwriting course is designed to help you find your songwriting skillset, covering all bases for creating a great song.

Download the PDF to see a full breakdown of the course.

You don’t have to play an instrument

So no outlay, commitment, hassle or extra cost.

No Experience Needed

Anyone can take the course.


Standard Songwriting Course: £300 (4 x 2 hour sessions)
Standard and Advanced Songwriting Course: £450 (6 x 2 hour lessons)

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Monday – Friday 9am-8pm
Saturday 9am-1pm.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  Do I need to bring anything with me?

A.  Only a paper and pen.

Q.  Do I need to play an instrument to take the course?

A. No – if you don’t play an instrument you will still benefit from all the lessons included. 

Q. Do I have to have experience?

A. There is no prior songwriting experience required to take this course. The advanced course is more
difficult, but a natural progression from the main course. A passion for songwriting is the
most important thing! 

Q. How long is each lesson?

A. Each lesson is 2 hours long, with a break in between. 

Q. Will I mainly be learning about music theory?

A. No, although music theory is linked, this is a very practical course, with audio and visual
examples and techniques, you can start to use right away. 

Q. I’m not sure if it’s right for me. I prefer to learn by writing myself. Will this course help?

A. That’s fine and it’s where most people start. However, songwriting is more complicated than you think. You really need to learn the ‘rules’ to achieve the best results. 

Q. What days are available for the course?

A. Lessons are available Monday – Saturday. 

Q. Can I move my booking?

A. Yes. We require at least 48 hours notice in order to reschedule a booking. Lessons cancelled with less than 48 hours notice are non-refundable and the lesson will be lost.