Saturday, 18 November 2017

Regular productions promote creativity and self-belief

STAGEWORKS is one of the leading Performing Arts Schools for children aged three to 16 years

STAGEWORKS is one of the leading Performing Arts Schools for children aged three to 16 years in the area.

It creates a positive and creative environment that gives children confidence, self-belief and determination.

In the early years it helps develop the skills necessary for so much of their life. The students are offered regular assessments to encourage development in all aspects of the Performing Arts.

The students perform in regular presentations, carnivals, festivals, galas and Christmas productions at local theatres. This year they are producing Peter Pan.

The school also offer LAMDA classes for budding actors to progress with examinations and gain UCAS points and teach ISTD Ballet, tap and modern dance qualifications at their new dance school SW Dance Depot.



Founder and managing director, Emma-Jane Taylor, started dancing when she was three years old and has performed in the West End and for TV, radio and in cabaret. She also writes a monthly Feel Good column for the Henley Standard.



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