Stagecoach Theatre Arts - Hinchley Wood
At Stagecoach we teach children and teenagers how to sing, dance and act, not only to perform on stage and beyond, but more importantly to perform better in life.
For almost 25 years we have seen young people gain confidence, stretch themselves, and build essential life skills while learning the tools to sing, dance and act and most importantly have fun!
Suitable for ALL abilities, Stagecoach offers the chance for kids to pursue a career in the arts or simply just to learn some new skills to share with friends and family. Open every Friday and Saturday during term time and workshops during the school holidays, come join the fun!
Early Stage (age 4 - 6)
Early stages classes run alongside the main Stagecoach schools, and will introduce your child to drama, singing and drama, with a 30 minute class in each, so it is an easy step when it is time to transfer to the next stage..
Classes are resticted to 15 children, so that young talent can be nurtured whilst also encouraging and inspiring those children who might need additional confidence.
Main School (age 6 - 18)
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!
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