Inside our Stagecoach Talent Agency…
So, you want to perform professionally, but where do you start? Read on for all you need to know…
Love reading? Love dance? Find out what to expect from Kimberly Wyatt’s new book from KEIRA, 12, from Stagecoach Bridgend & Cowbridge's very own book review following Kimberly's exclusive workshop:
Ever wonder how they make monsters and CGI beings move and fight so realistically? It’s all about ‘performance capture’, as Fight Director Lyndall Grant explains.
We love to see our students on their jouneys from a child blossoming into an accomplished young adult. David has just left Stagecoach at the age of 18 to a place at the prestigious Mountview Theatre Arts in London, and he has shared his 14 year Stagecoach journey with us...
The Educational landscape is ever-changing, so when examinations, qualifications, UCAS tariff points and subject/curriculum choice change, it can be confusing and overwhelming. Understanding how changes affect your future and your options is important, so here’s what you need to know.
Since we first opened in 1988 we have seen over a million students pass through our doors. The last 28 years have been eventful to say the least! The world has seen the invention of the World Wide Web, Smartphones and tablets. In this time, the UK has worked its way through six Prime Ministers, eight Harry Potter books and a Brexit vote.
Stagecoach itself, has grown from one formidable woman holding drama, dance and singing classes in her living room in Surrey to a Head Office of 40 staff, a network of over 600 schools and 270 Principals in the UK alone, plus schools in nine other countries across the world, a talent agency and an impressive list of Alumni!
To support you even after you have left your weekly Stagecoach classes, we have put together a package of benefits for you. The Alumni is free for you to join and is here to provide you with development opportunities, networking, social events and much more. No matter what career path you have chosen or where life has taken you, here are just some of the benefits you can enjoy as a graduate of Stagecoach...
Your Stagecoach skills can help you in all sorts of ways. Here are some of of them…
We love musicals, shows, and the West End in general! The lively atmosphere and excitement of the West End is contagious, so attending a show is always a fantastic experience to share with friends and family. We know many of you agree – your entries into our recent West End competition captured your enthusiasm for theatre.
From these entries, we’ve selected and listed our Top 10 West End shows – including snippets of our talented Stagecoach students performing them!
As leaders within Performing Arts education, we are strongly opposed to the decline of the performing arts within the curriculum and the gap that has been created within a child's education. The Arts not only allow a creative outlet for children and young people, but it also helps improve and establish soft skills helping students in all aspects of life from teamwork, problem solving and public speaking. Skills such as these can help children during their academic life, as well as with their career goals.
Elly from Stagecoach Shaftesbury has been a student for over 15 years. She shared with us what Stagecoach means to her and what she has gained from her Performance Arts classes.
We were treated to a spectacular night of talent at the prestigious Her Majesty's Theatre for Stagecoach Live in the West End.
Isabel from Stagecoach Huntingdon attended our exciting Get Up & Dance! Event last weekend.
Check out her blog on her jam-packed day learning different dance styles from across the globe.
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Read our latest blog written by Stagecoach parent Sarah Jones.
Stagecoach and Birmingham Stage Company have joined forces to bring a brand now Horrible Histories production to our students!
Recent research commissioned by Stagecoach explored the benefits the performing arts has in all aspects of a child's life.
This blog explores the mental and physical benefits of learning to dance for younger children.
Why joining a drama class is a VERY good idea...