Dream. Challenge. Succeed.
MUSICAL THEATRE PROGRAMME
Your Childs imagination will sore and open up a world of so many life lessons that it's impossible to list them all here. Watch your child immerse themselves into different characters and build their self esteem through our award-winning classes.
Your child will launch into a deep discovery of improvisation, script work, performance, Tv Presenting, Screen acting and physical theatre.
We are also exceptionally proud of our LAMDA examination classes which are taught by qualified LAMDA professional actresses and boast 100% passing marks!
A class where imagination comes to life for your child.
Your child will be seen and heard and have the voice they need to stand out to feel united.
The class focus is based on Musicals past and current, combining the full production from costumes, staging, lighting, the back story and learning to bring numbers to the stage, whilst them enhancing our learning to combine Singing, Acting and Dance.
These classes will enhance your Childs confidence, coordination, vocal training and what your child requires to feel a sense of belonging.
Your child will feel such a magical energy on Saturday mornings, that is hard to find in most classes. Students unite together with friends as they build lifelong friendships, which then brings every student feelings of exhilaration, accomplishments, the building of their self esteem and acceptance every week.
Your child will be accepted no matter what level they are.
Saturdays classes where created for the busy weekday parent and child in mind.
Musical Theatre encompasses the most popular elements of performance, singing, acting and dancing and your child can choose to opt in to one, two or three of these disciplines for them to gain the most comprehensive and well rounded theatre experience.
“Having found Unite Stage Academy and the different options they provide my child with, I have seen such a profound improvement in Lola and her confidence. Not just that but her reading skills have improved, also noticed by her school teacher."