Stagecoach Newcastle

07535 707834

Stagecoach Newcastle

Drama, Dance and Singing Classes in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle Performing Arts SchoolStagecoach Performing Arts School in Newcastle Upon Tyne offers singing lessons, drama classes and kids dance classes for children and teenagers.

The school runs on Friday and Saturdays at Gosforth High School, Gt. North Road, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 2JH

Stagecoach Drama School in Newcastle provides a popular creative session for both boys and girls with lots of vibrant energy and creative imagination.

Newcastle Upon Tyne Drama SchoolStagecoach is a part time Stage School in Newcastle Upon Tyne that runs classes every Friday and Saturday during term time and is dedicated to providing quality education in the performing arts, including dance tuition, drama and singing classes.

For 3 hours a week (90 mins for 4-6 years olds) during term time, students attend classes in dance, drama and singing.

Students are split into 3 age groups with a maximum of 15 in a class.

Stagecoach Newcastle Performing Arts School also runs
School Holiday Workshops and Childrens Parties

Performing Arts classes for kids help to develop confidence, physical awareness, communication and articulation - as well as being educational and fun.

We also run a sister Performing Arts School in Sunderland

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Contact Details

Contact Name:
Angela Salkeld

School Address:
Gosforth High School
Gt. North Road Gosforth
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
United Kingdom

Telephone: 07535 707834

School Website:


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From Our Timetable:

Early Stages - Ages 4 to 6 years

Saturday at 09:00 - 10:30, 09:30 - 11:00, 11:00 - 12:30, 14:00 - 15:30

"Early Stages" will introduce your child to dance, singing and drama in a 90 minute session, split into three 30 minute classes.

Classes are restricted to 15 children, allowing us to nurture young talent whilst encouraging and inspiring those who might need additional confidence.

Read Full Timetable here