There are already Stagecoach schools in Faringdon, Highworth, Shrivenham and Wootton Bassett. Now a brand new Stagecoach Performing Arts School is starting up in Fairford in September.
There will be classes for 4-18 year olds on a Sunday morning at Farmor’s School from Sunday 8th September from 9am – 11.30am.
James Barker, who runs the stage schools said: “We offer more than just learning how to sing, dance and act. We help students develop the creative courage to unlock their potential, to stand up and be heard, to work well with other students and to embrace new ideas and possibilities. As they put their new skills into practice, students become more self-assured, expressive, sociable and imaginative. All skills that will serve them well on the stage of life.”
Early Stages students – 4-6 year olds – will be participating in a complimentary ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ workshop.
Main Stages students – 6-18 year olds – will be using the following musicals as inspiration for a singing, dancing and drama workshop that day:
Wicked; The Greatest Showman; Mamma Mia and much, much more!
Booking is essential. For more information about the FREE DISCOVERY DAY or the TWO WEEK TRIAL, please visit this link: www.stagecoach.co.uk/fairford. Or contact James on 01367 240663, firstname.lastname@example.org.