Stagecoach Performing Arts School Trowbridge Wiltshire

0844 335 1705

Stagecoach Performing Arts School Trowbridge Wiltshire

Drama, Dance and Singing Classes in Trowbridge, Wiltshire

Trowbridge Performing Arts SchoolStagecoach Performing Arts School in Trowbridge,  Wiltshire, offers singing lessons, drama classes and dance classes in Trowbridge, Wiltshire.

The school runs on Saturdays at The Spectrum, Clarendon College, Frome Road, Trowbridge, BA14 0DJ

Every week during term time children and teenagers do an hour of singing classes, an hour of dance classes and an hour of drama classes.

Kids build confidence, stretch their imagination and gain essential life skills at our performing arts classes in Trowbridge, Wiltshire.  

This is alongside making new friends and most importantly having fun!

Come and participate in our free fun-packed Discovery Sessions and enjoy our classes in singing, dance and drama. This is a perfect opportunity to 'try' Stagecoach for free and to enrol for our next term if you would like to join the school. Contact Principal Frederica to find out when we are holding our next Discovery Session.

Places must be booked in advance by calling Principal Frederica on 0844 335 1705 or email using the form on the left hand side of the screen.

What makes Stagecoach Trowbridge Special.

Principal, Frederica Underwood won 'Newcomer of the Year' award and the school received an 'Outstanding' in a recent inspection. Students from Stagecoach Trowbridge have appeared in the West End twice in the last 2 years and even accepted their own Theatre Arts Awards at the House of Commons, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane with the cast of Shrek and the Victoria Palace Theatre with the cast of Billy Elliot!

Stagecoach Trowbridge are delighted to be able to offer their students the opportunity to take LAMDA examinations. The exams are a really great way to gain positive feedback on their achievements. The exams are fully accredited and carry valuable UCAS points at grades 6,7 and 8. The points are accumulative. For more information on how your child can benefit from these exams please do get in touch.

LAMDA Drama Exams TrowbridgeIf your kids are looking for acting, singing and dance classes in one place at one time then please contact us for further information. Our teachers are all CRB checked and have a wealth of experience and expertise in teaching the performing arts to children.


Holiday Activities for Children

Our holiday workshops are huge fun and jam packed with creativity. Students enjoy sessions in the performing arts and work towards staging a full scale show on the final day of the workshop to friends and family.

The workshops are exceptionally good value and a life line for working parents who need to find good quality holiday activities for their children.

This is a great holiday activity  open to all students aged 6 - 17 years, even if they don't attend Stagecoach on a Saturday. They are a fantastic avenue in 'trying' Stagecoach before enrolling for the Saturday schools.

Stagecoach Performing Facebook TrowbridgeArts School Trowbridge runs Musical Theatre Classes that attracts students from Devizes, Frome, Westbury, Warminster, Calne and Chippenham.

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Contact Details

Contact Name:
Frederica Underwood

School Address:
The Spectrum
Clarendon College, Frome Road
BA14 0DJ
United Kingdom

Telephone: 0844 335 1705

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From Our Timetable:

Early Stages

Saturday at 09:30 - 11:00 OR 11:15 - 12:45

Early Stages is a "nursery" class designed to introduce young children aged 4-7 years to Stagecoach. Developed specifically to the needs of junior children these sessions work to enhance the learning, development and creativity of young people, giving them a safe environment to grow and stretch themselves.

Each child becomes more confident, socially aware and can discover their full potential in small class sizes (maximum 15), while having lots of fun and making new friends. 

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. This happens when a child is 6 or 7 years old, depend on individual circumstances

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