The magazine is currently in the process of undergoing an exciting refresh, with plenty of wonderful stories including:
Cover interviews with soap stars Lorna Fitzgerald (Eastenders AND an ex-Stagecoach student) and Ellis Hollins (Hollyoaks)
Stagecoach student Izzy tells us what it was like to perform on stage with pop sensation Robbie Williams
Kate Prince, the creator and artistic director of acclaimed hip-hop dance company ZooNation, shares the inside scoop on how to become a choreographer
Stagecoach student Ella shares her experience with us of when she got to perform in a music video for Disney
Matthew Rowland, a West End performer currently starring as an Oompa Loompa in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, gives us tips on singing
We get the backstage gossip from the Stagecoach Summer Showcase production of Seussical the Musical, reported by Horton the Elephant
Samuel Barnett, who has performed on stage as well as in film as Posner in The History Boys as well as in productions at The Globe Theatre, shares his simple steps to mastering Shakespeare's language
Our intrepid Roving Reporter Eloise delved backstage at Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain - Part Two and shared with us what she found out
All of this and much, much more!
Young Performer is the only national performing arts magazine for young people. Inspired by Stagecoach and published by Ten Alps Creative, the magazine is designed to appeal to those young people for whom acting, singing and dancing is a passion. With three issues a year, the focus is to entertain, inform and educate through articles, interviews, news stories, quizzes and competitions.
All Main Stages students at Stagecoach receive a copy of the magazine as it comes out, but if you would like to receive copies of Young Performer please call: 0208 950 9117. (Subscription is £10.95 a year.)
"If Young Performer had been available when I was young I know I would have been an avid reader. I think it's a tremendous magazine."
Dame Jacqueline Wilson
"This magazine is absolutely wicked, it's a real inspiration to any young performer out there, a really novel approach."
Dani Harmer, TV's Tracy Beaker