Stagecoach Camberley

Welcome to Stagecoach Camberley.
We have been running now for twenty years and are still working hard to help all of our students achieve to the highest degree.
By providing access to the disciplines of Dance, Drama and Singing we believe that any child will grow in confidence and ability and this will show in their personal life, at school, in further education and beyond. Having fun whilst becoming more physically self-aware and increasing communication skills is our aim, with a healthy dose of extra 'having fun'.
For more information just call us for a chat or sign up today for our next term.

Principal Joe Early

Your child is in safe hands. All of our Team are Enhanced DBS checked.


West End 2019

On Sunday 30th July - Camberley and 15 other Stagecoach schools met at Her Majesty's Theatre, in the West End of London. They spent the day rehearsing their performance pieces in the theatre, with a short trip to Trafalgar Studios. Camberley performed excerpts from The Addams Family Musical to an audience of friends and relations.

Elevate 2019

Stagecoach Camberley once again were invited to perform at the Elevate 2019 event in Princes Hall, Aldershot. The children put on an amazing performance along with a host of other local Stagecoach schools. This event has become an important annual outing for the school and all of the children look forward to the day.

Watford B&B

July 2018. Stagecoach Camberley - along with 72 other Stagecoach school across the globe - attempted to beat their own world record for the most simultaneous performances of the same show. We took a group of 20 students to Watford to join a dozen other schools in putting on the show.

West End performance 2018

In June our Performance Troupe went up to London to be part of a performance at Her Majesty's Theatre (home of 'Phantom of the Opera'). They spent the whole day preparing for the performance in the intense heat and were model students, both on and off of the stage. We used the theme of 'Broadway Dreams' & Nightmares'.

Weekly Classes

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)

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)

Holiday Workshops

Themed Children's Parties

Birthdays & Celebrations

We understand that with the increasing demands on parents, juggling the pressures of work and family life, time is of the essence. Therefore Stagecoach Parties provide a way to remove the stress from what should be a day of celebration for everyone and allow you to sit back, relax and let us do all the work! Whether they want to be fairies, pirates or detectives, there is a Stagecoach Party for everyone!

Meet The Team

Principal - Joe Early

Joe has been involved with Stagecoach since he was asked to perform in their Yearly Pantomime over twenty years ago.
He has worked with children most of his professional life and even before. First assisting with Youth groups, as a teenager, across the country and locally. He went on to working in retail and helping develop different styles of games for teen's. All through his early life theatre was a linchpin and so he decided to formally train in Richmond and then go into professional theatre. This was when he was noticed by Stagecoach and has never really left them. He carried on his acting work in T.I.E. whilst teaching drama at Camberley Stagecoach and he liked it so much he bought the franchise. He even went so far as to enrol his daughter in the school, she loved it and constantly talks about the friends she made and the fun she had.
Having seen the advantages of learning the performing arts (he has seen students go on to become lawyers, doctors, teachers some even become actors and directors) he still has as much fun with the school as when he first started.

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