Performing Arts Students on West End Stage

Students who took part in the West End performance.

Stagecoach Performing Arts School students, performed on the West End Stage, showcasing musical renditions of Roald Dahl books and Disney songs.

The youngest group of performers ever to be taken in by the principle of Stagecoach Performing Arts School performed on the West End Stage this month. The performance held at His Majesty's Theatre, featured musical renditions of Roald Dahl books and Disney songs. 

The talented students gave performances of well loved songs such as “Touch the sky” from the Disney movie Brave, “Everywhere that you are” from James and the Giant Peach, and many more classics. 

Kitty Gould, principal of Stagecoach Chorleywood and Rickmansworth, said: “They were so professional and total stars throughout - I could not be more proud of the girls. They worked as a team and really went for it!.”

Stagecoach Performing Arts School, located in Chorleywood and Rickmansworth, has been a reputable establishment for the past 36 years. With a mission to help one million students unlock their creative potential. 

Many children who have attended Stagecoach have gone on to study and work in performing arts, landing roles in blockbuster films and countless productions in local theatres. The school's dedication to fostering creativity and confidence in its students has proven to be successful, as seen by the numerous success stories of its alumni.

For more information about Stagecoach Performing Arts Chorleywood and Rickmansworth, please visit their website at: or phone 07876 680874.


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