Stagecoach Bristol East
Bristol East Stagecoach - Performing Arts School in Bristol
Drama, Dance and singing classes for Children in Bristol.
Stagecoach Bristol East has been teaching local children and young people the Performing Arts for over 10 years.
Groups are trained by experienced teachers, mostly professional choreographers, performers, directors and musicians.
We pride ourselves on offering a safe environment where children can receive quality training in the performing arts.
We welcome new students of all ages and abilities and our classes run on Saturday afternoons.
Many children join us with no previous experience and all we ask is that they are enthusiastic and keen to learn.
Stagecoach Bristol East students thrive in an environment where creativity is nurtured and technique and style are developed each week.
We teach students to act, sing and dance and then watch as they become more confident, poised and self-assured.
The schools which run on a Saturday at both locations offer 3 hour sessions of Singing, Dancing and Acting for ages 6+ and shorter 90 minute sessions of Singing, Dance and Drama Classes for ages 4 - 6 years.
Stagecoach doesn't just teach skills for the stage, it teaches skills for life!
Come along and visit our Stagecoach Performing Arts Schools in Bristol and enjoy Acting, Singing and Dancing on Saturdays.
The Sir Bernard Lovell Sports Centre
North St, Oldland Common
Telephone: 0117 902 8925
School Website: http://www.stagecoach.co.uk/bristoleast
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From Our Timetable:
Saturday at 14:00 - 15:30
Drama-Singing-Dance Classes Bristol East
You are never too young to start gaining skills for life Early Stages is a "nursery" class designed to introduce young children aged 4-7 years to Stagecoach.
Running for 90 minutes, the Early Stages class is split up into three 30 minute sessions, where young children learn the skills involved for singing, dancing and drama:
Sing - Children identify where their voices come from and how sounds are made and formed. They get the opportunity to develop rhythm and timing, improving diction, alongside learning popular show songs.
Dance - Working in a group, children learn fun and contemporary routines, which help improve coordination, balance and spatial awareness, while developing strong motor skills.
Drama - through role play and improvisation young children get to stretch their imagination, experimenting with words and feelings. By interacting with others in the group they learn vital social skills such as giving, taking and sharing. In themed fantasy worlds and through storytelling kids can express themselves physically and emotionally, learning new words and phrases while memorising lines through repetition.
Parents receive individually written reports on their child's progress twice a year. "Early Stages, introducing young children to the joy of performance"