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The Surrey Hills came alive with ‘The Sound of Music’

By Dijana Radisevic

The Surrey Hills came alive with ‘The Sound of Music’

This summer, the Surrey Hills came alive with ‘The Sound of Music’, thanks to a performance by Stagecoach Performing Arts students. 

Stagecoach’s Summer Showcase event took place at the famous Rose Theatre in Kingston on 16th and 17th August with around 80 Stagecoach Students from across the globe entertaining audiences with a rendition of the much-loved musical.

Magic at Disneyland Paris

By Dijana Radisevic

Magic at Disneyland Paris
Mickey ears at the ready!  We are still on cloud nine from attending Disney's 'Dance the Dream' at the end of July at Disneyland Paris. Over 2000 Principals, students, and their families joined us. Over 600 students from 29 schools performed in this enchanting setting. 

Developing Resilience in your Child

By HayleyHenderson

Developing Resilience in your Child
Transitioning from Primary school to Secondary school, or from one year to another can have its challenges for your child.

Dr Alison Daubney, our guest blogger writes about how to help your child feel more confident in these big life transitions.

Nominees announced for The Stage Debut Awards

By Dijana Radisevic

Nominees announced for The Stage Debut Awards
Trafalgar Entertainment and Stagecoach Performing Arts are proud to be supporting The Stage Debut Awards 2019. The award for Child Performer of the Year is sponsored by Stagecoach Performing Arts. This year, Trafalgar Entertainment is sponsoring the award for Best Composer or Lyricist.

The shortlist of nominees has now been revealed. Winners will be announced at The Stage Debut Awards at The Brewery, London on Sunday 15 September.

Meet Sebastian Croft

By Dijana Radisevic

Meet Sebastian Croft
Sebastian Croft, 18, is starring in Horrible Histories: the Movie, which opens across the country Friday 26 July. He plays Atti, a clever Roman teenager who makes the mistake of annoying Emperor Nero and, as punishment, gets sent to Britain.