Online Performing Arts Studio Launches with Leading West End Stars

Online Performing Arts Studio Launches with Leading West End Stars

Stagecoach Performing Arts, the UK’s largest extra-curricular performing arts schools, working with a host of West End stars, have launched a brand new website with an ‘Online Learning Studio’ to engage young performers from their homes alongside home schooling.

stagecoachathome will see Stagecoach teachers be joined by acclaimed actor Simon Callow, Phantom of the Opera star, Lily De La Haye and Amy Oxley who has had starring roles in School of Rock, Shrek and Nativity, among others. The content such as masterclasses and top tips videos is produced exclusively for Stagecoach.

The site has been designed to support families in lockdown and provides a safe online community, activity and a creative outlet, essential for mental wellbeing and confidence building.

The Online Learning Studio is a monthly subscription for young people to participate in. For a monthly fee of £19.99, users have access to a selection of full-length 30-minute pre-recorded lessons, as well as exclusive-to-Stagecoach content by performing arts professionals. Further new content covering singing, dancing and acting will be added weekly.

Jo Scalpello, marketing director at Stagecoach Performing Arts, said, “We are very excited about this new launch. It is understandable that students are missing their in-person Stagecoach lessons and we hope that the fantastic selection of online lessons will keep children engaged, active and provide them with continuous learning whilst in lockdown. The team are thrilled to welcome so many notable West End performers to the Stagecoach community; these people are a huge inspiration to our students and teachers. This is an opportunity like no other as budding performers can hone their craft with leading stars of stage and screen. ”

Stagecoach Performing Arts is the UK’s largest network of extra-curricular performing arts schools for children, with over 50,000 students enrolled in their weekly classes worldwide. Stagecoach aims to make a difference in its students’ lives by teaching Creative Courage for Life(R). Early Stages classes are available for children aged four to six and Main Stages classes take place for six to 18-year-olds every weekend during term time. is also home to a recording of the latest imagining of The King and I, recorded Live at The London Palladium. You can bring the theatre home, for just £5.99.

The online lessons are now widely available, for a taste of the stagecoachathome Online Learning Studio you can see more here. For full information on Stagecoach Performing arts please visit their website or contact your local Stagecoach Principal.