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With over 700 theatre schools worldwide and more than 40,000 students, Stagecoach is the longest running and most successful performing arts schools network in the world. We ensure that each child gets the most out of their experience by building life skills and confidence while having lots of fun. Stagecoach Bradford opened in September 1999 and lots of our students have gone on to achieve great things. You can see our latest news and achievements here.
Stagecoach Bradford is based within The Bradford Grammar School, Squire Lane, Bradford, Yorkshire, BD9 6RB - which has excellent purpose designed areas for drama classes, dance classes and singing classes. We take in a wide range of students throughout Bradford and its surrounding areas, including Bingley, Baildon, Cullingworth, Shipley, Heaton, Eccleshill, Idle, Wibsey and Saltaire! Full contact details including a location map can be found here.
Children Aged 6-18 Years
Your child will participate in the three disciplines of the performing arts in a weekly three hour session. Children are split into three groups of similar ages and study each discipline for one hour in detail. They are taught to express themselves creatively and effectively whilst learning at their own speed. For more information, please complete our enquiry form or call Emma on 01274 499 752. For full details of class times and fees, click here.
Children Aged 4-6 Years
'Early Stages' will introduce your child to drama classes, dance classes and singing classes in a 90 minute session, split into 30 minute classes. Classes are restricted to 15 children, allowing us to nurture young talent whilst encouraging and inspiring those who might need additional confidence. For more information, please complete our enquiry form or call Emma on 01274 499 752. For full details of class times and fees, click here.
Emma is the Principal of Stagecoach Bradford, which provides drama classes, dance classes and singing classes. Whilst studying Politics and International Relations at the University of Hull, Emma also continued to study, teach and perform music. Emma works as a peripatetic music teacher for the Kirklees Music School. She is the vocal teacher at Ryburn Valley High School and teaches voice and keyboards at Learn To Rock. Emma has also worked as the singing teacher for the last 5 years at Kippax Stagecoach and more recently at Stagecoach Barnsley. She is very passionate about the performing arts and strives to get every student to reach their full potential.
All drama lessons, dance classes and singing lessons are run by professional teachers who have been fully CRB checked. With industry experience in choreography, singing, directing and acting, our teachers are experts in their chosen field. You can read more about our teaching team here.
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If you have a question that isn't answered please feel free to contact Emma on
01274 499 752 or email us. We look forward to welcoming your child to Stagecoach Bradford theatre school.
Stagecoach Bradford gives your child an opportunity to gain an insight into drama, dance and singing via our school holiday workshops. Please be aware that our workshops are very popular and places are limited, so to avoid disappointment book now or call 01274 499 752.
"I love coming to Stagecoach! It's always fun and I like learning to sing, dance and act with my friends. - Grace Clark-Coates, age 8
"I attended Bradford Stagecoach for 9 years and I can honestly say it has changed my life. I have met some amazing people and made friends for life. Stagecoach has given me opportunities I'll never forget and has developed my confidence as well as giving me skills in the performing arts. I can say from the bottom of my heart I've enjoyed every second of it!" - Pooja Samplay
"I began attending Stagecoach at 9 years old and left at the age of 14. During my 5 years there I played many different roles in the plays that we produced, including The Wizard in "The Wizard of Oz." When I was 13 I decided that I was going to audition for the Sylvia Young Theatre School in London. To help prepare me for my audition all of the teachers at Stagecoach helped me to produce something that was guaranteed to give me the best chance possible. I gained an entry into the school and spent my final 2 years of high school there. The training and experiences that I received at Stagecoach helped me wonderfully to achieve my goal of going to a professional theatre school". - Blue Page