Drama, Dance and Singing Classes in Uxbridge

Welcome to Stagecoach Uxbridge

Performing Arts School for 4-18 years.
Rebecca joined the teaching team at Stagecoach Uxbridge in 2000 and became Principal in 2003. She has now been running the school for over ten years and has over 200 students. She strives to maintain the schools ethos of building confidence, through creativity and fun. Stagecoach Uxbridge performed at Disneyland Paris in July 2013! The whole weekend was amazing and the Principal was immensely proud of them all. This was a fantastic experience and opportunity for our school. Once a year 18 students are carefully selected to take part in a musical event at Her Majesty's theatre in the West End. We were also privileged to be chosen to perform at The Stagecoach Charity Gala in December 2014. All students works towards an annual show.

We are also pleased to offer Holiday workshops, Performance Arts Awards, written reports, theatre trips and professional representation.

Our school is also inspected regularly and continues to get excellent reports from Harding Assosiates.

Principal: Rebecca Odedra - ISTD

Latest News

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‘Parents Do Stagecoach' - Amazing Success!
Everyone involved had an amazing time and had lots of fun taking part in this event. We raised £1330 for two charities which is fantastic!

Exciting plans for the Year ahead!

PAA Exams - 4th and 5th March, 2016
Next term we will be busy preparing for the 'Performance Arts Awards.' These are musical theatre exams for individuals and groups. PAA offer the only fully integrated Musical Theatre exams that individually grade each student, within a group examination. They offer Grades 1 – 8 (Levels 1 – 3) for all ages. The qualifications are fully accredited by Ofqual and are part of the new QCF, meaning that at higher grades they are equivalent to GCSE and A levels and can earn UCAS points. PAA Musical Theatre grade exams are unique in their ability to develop fully rounded performance skills in acting, singing and dance, which in turn develop the students confidence and communication; skills that are essential for the rest of their lives.

20th March 2016 - Her Majesty’s Theatre
We have once again been invited to perform at her Majesty’s Theatre in the West End. 18 students have been selected and invited to join the Stagecoach Troupe who will perform at this exciting and one of Stagecoach Uxbridge's most popular events.

Stagecoach Uxbridge shines at showcase events!
In July 2015 our students performed in a Showcase at The Winston Churchill Theatre in Ruislip, which was a huge success with the venue being sold out! More than 200 children, aged between 4 and 18, took part in performances at the theatre, with more than 340 in the audience. The Sunday performance was attended by Hillingdon Mayor George Cooper and Mayoress, Cllr Judith Cooper, who congratulated the students backstage. We are so proud of all who were involved in the event!

Reviews from the event:
"Cannot remember the last time I felt so so proud to be part of something. The whole weekend was just a mixture of team work, camaraderie and a true sense of belonging. The end result was a show worthy of top west end reviews. Incredible costumes, sharp choreography all performed by dedicated and passionate performers. Amazing amazing!!"

"Two incredible shows and different as well !I cannot even begin to imagine the amount of sheer graft that went into producing work of such a high calibre . Everybody left the theatre with a smile on their face and a warm feeling in their heart."

"Last night's performance was absolutely amazing. You've excelled yourself with this year's showcase and can't wait for the next one!"

The Stagecoach Charity Gala
Following our performance at Her Majesty’s Theatre in June 2014, we were invited by Head Office to repeat the performance at a Charity Gala alongside 10 more of the best and most creative performances from all the London and Regional events that Head Office run in the year. We are unbelievably proud of this accomplishment considering there are 600 schools nationwide. The performance was on 7th December 2014 at The Shaftesbury Theatre (Home of ‘Memphis’) in the West End. This was a red carpet event and a very special event for Stagecoach Uxbridge.
Call Principal Rebecca on 020 83570273

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)

A full term’s fees for Early Stages is £162 (Scottish fees may vary).

A two week trial for Early Stages costs £25.

Click on the ‘Enrol Now’ button by your preferred class to book your place and pay for your first two weeks. When you sign up for the remainder of the term, your initial payment of £25 will be deducted from the full term’s fees.

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)

A full term’s fees for Main Stages is £324 (Scottish fees may vary).

A two week trial for Main Stages costs £50.

Click on the ‘Enrol Now’ button by your preferred class to book your place and pay for your first two weeks. When you sign up for the remainder of the term, your initial payment of £50 will be deducted from the full term’s fees.

Please use the online payment for existing students or, a new student whose place has been confirmed by the local principal.
Your children will be in good hands under the guidance of Principal Rebecca Odedra. Running Stagecoach Uxbridge for more than ten years, she has helped many applicants become seasoned performers and organised numerous events.

Stagecoach Uxbridge operates out of Oak Farm Junior School on Windsor Avenue and accepts all applicants up to the age of 18. If your child is looking for training in the performing arts, then our school can help them.

Moreover, while we aim to develop their skills in dance, drama, and singing, we also strive to improve their confidence and creativity – and, of course, while having as much fun as possible.

To find out more information about us, get in touch with the team today. We are more than happy to answer any questions you might have.