Drama, Dance and Singing Classes in Beeston

Welcome to Stagecoach Beeston

Performing Arts School for 4-18 years.
Welcome to Stagecoach Beeston’s website. We are a well established school with a team of dedicated and professional teachers. We aim to help the children thrive in a fun and encouraging environment from week to week. If your child loves to sing, dance or act for you at home, this is the place to bring them to to enhance those skills! Maybe your child lacks confidence and you want to help them through this. We can help them! Each week, children aged 4-18 will experience 3 sessions of drama, dance and singing and make new friends at the same time. We encourage a community envrionment at our school by inviting parents in twice a year to watch performances.

If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the school Principal Debbie.
0115 8510352 or beeston@stagecoach.co.uk 
Principal: Debbie Pickard - OCN Contemporary & Popular Musics

Performance Opportunities

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We like to offer our students a rich curriculum in the performing arts, which includes putting together a show as a school. In the past, students have performed Seussical Jr., Beauty and the Beast Jr. and Horrible Histories - Groovy Greeks. We also have links with local operatic societies and our students have appeared in several stage productions over the years.

We offer the children as many audition opportunities as possible throughout any given year. We occasionally participate in national events organised by our head office. In June 2016, we took some of our students to perform at the prestigious Birmingham Symphony Hall. An amazing time was had by all, and we look forward to going again in the future.

All students aged 10 and over are offered an annual opportunity to audition for the Stagecoach summer showcase. In the summer of 2016, a Beeston student was successful in auditioning and became a cast member for Little Shop of Horrors. She had an amazing 2 weeks in London before performing to 3 live audiences.

Occasionally, our students are offered the opportunity to perform locally at various events. In addition to the above, we now offer PAA Musical Theatre exams at Stagecoach Beeston.

To find out more about Stagecoach Beeston call Debbie on 01158 510 352 or email beeston@stagecoach.co.uk 

Stagecoach Acting, Singing and Dance Classes & Times

Early Stages (for ages 4-6 yrs)

Early Stages classes run alongside the main Stagecoach schools, where young people learn skills in each of the three Musical Theatre disciplines of singing, dancing & drama, so it is an easy step when it is time to transfer to the next stage.

(90 minutes each week)

Main Stages (for ages 6-18 yrs)

Main Stages classes are split in three age appropriate groups, where young people learn new skills in each of the complementary Musical Theatre disciplines of singing, dancing & drama. We nurture the shy and apprehensive, until they find their feet and voice, whilst at the same time developing and channelling those with bundles of talent, confidence and energy. We believe in the potential of every child!

(3 hrs each week)

Further Stages (for ages 15+ yrs)

Our advanced musical theatre sessions give talented students the chance to extend their performance skills.  Through in-depth training and master classes, we help students to hone their skills in singing, dancing and acting.  We also give students the confidence to audition for theatre and vocational drama schools (if that is their goal) and make sure they are well prepared for interviews and auditions. 

Fees in accordance with Main Stages.
Stagecoach Beeston performing arts school is long established in the area, and opened its doors in 2003. The school draws customers from miles around due to the excellent reputation it has. Stagecoach Beeston has a team of dedicated teachers who work hard with the children each and every week in their dance, drama and singing lessons. In such a welcoming and friendly environment, the children easily make new friends and learn skills for life.

Each week in dance, drama and singing lessons, the students cover a wide range of topics including Stage Make-Up, Props, Musical Theatre, Street Dance, Stage Presence, Radio Broadcast Workshops, DJ Workshops, Circus Skills, Pop and Contemporary Dance. We offer workshops across the year which help to enhance the children’s experiences and skills at Stagecoach. We also cover audition skills, which is very important to learn. Particularly for students wishing to pursue a career in the performing arts.

Each Autumn term, the students work on a full production to perform to their families at the end of term. It is a hugely popular event that we look forward to all year. The students recently performed Seussical Jr, and the positive feedback from the audience was phenomenal. In 2015, we are very excited to be offering our students the chance to perform Horrible Histories - Groovy Greeks! This is an exclusive opportunity for Stagecoach students. We are also going to be arranging a theatre trip to see the show in Nottingham in November 2015. We also have links with local operatic societies and our students have appeared in several stage productions over the years. The most recent one was ‘Annie’ with 5 of our girls performing as orphans. We offer the children as many audition opportunities as possible throughout any given year.

Sessions held within the Alderman White School, Chilwell Lane, Bramcote, NG9 3DU.

The school is conveniently located just off the A52 Bramcote Island and has free onsite parking.

Directions: Travelling on the M1 leave the motorway at junction 25. Follow the A52 towards Nottingham. At the first roundabout continue on the A52.

Approach the second roundabout (marked by traffic lights) in the left-hand lane taking the exit marked Bramcote Village.

Continue down Town Street. You will come to a very steep/sharp corner. Our school is located on the left after St Johns College. The visitor’s car park is the first entrance, and there is a Stagecoach banner on the fencing outside.

Please park only in the allocated bays on the right hand side, or in the car park at the far end. For children’s safety, please do not park on the pavement.

The Stagecoach entrance is down the steps and through the double doors, usually marked by a Stagecoach A-board.