Students join professional touring show
More than 60 children from our school will join the professional touring show ‘Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat’ as their onstage choir in May. This event is particularly special for us, as the current Assistant Musical Director for the show is Stagecoach Swindon ex-student Scott Alder! We have been invited to select and train the choir for this fabulous family show four times now since they came to Swindon in 2005. The show opens at Swindon’s Wyvern Theatre on Tuesday 19th May and runs until Saturday 23rd May.
Stagecoach Swindon goes to Disneyland Paris
30 students from Stagecoach Swindon are delighted to have been selected to perform at Disneyland Paris in July 2015! The children aged 8- 18 years old will be performing in the pre-parade to an audience of thousands and also successfully auditioned to gain a place on the Disney ONSTAGE performance programme. They will be joined by their families on this trip to celebrate this amazing opportunity.
Join us on our Summer Holiday ‘Show in a Week’
Places are filling fast at Stagecoach Swindon’s Summer Holiday workshop 2015! Children aged 5 – 18 years old will join us to produce a musical in 5 days and perform it at The Phoenix Theatre! You don’t have to be a Stagecoach student to attend. We have flexible hours to suit busy parents – Early drop off from 8.30 am and Juniors can stay on in the afternoons to take part in fun, creative activities. Click here
for more details and to enrol, or call Sheryll and Holly on 01793 791746.
Student Tomi on ITV
We were very proud to watch Stagecoach Swindon student Tomi on our TV screens on Friday. Tomi and Elliott performed a number from the hit West End show ‘Billy Elliot’ in which they are currently both appearing as two best friends, Michael and Billy. If you missed his appearance on ITV's Mel and Sue follow this link
. Tomi, who has attended our school for five years, has been appearing in the show since June 2014. This opportunity was gained through The Stagecoach Agency.
Easter Fun performances
Students from Stagecoach Theatre Arts of Swindon had a fabulous Easter Monday entertaining the crowds at The Stanton House ‘Easter fun day’. The sun shone while boys and girls from all stages sang numbers from the end of term Talent Show. We were very proud of all their performances!
Jay films with Harriet
Stagecoach Swindon student Jay successfully auditioned and filmed in a short student film called ‘Mono’. The film is a about a 10 year old selective mute boy called David, who has a blind and bedbound mum. He was joined on set by ex-Stagecoach Swindon student Harriet (pictured behind Jay with red scarf) who played Runa, a key character who helps David make sound tapes for his Mum. Well done Jay! This opportunity was gained through The Stagecoach Agency.