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Stagecoach Theatre Arts Stanmore & Harrow Weald is delighted to announce that we have been accepted to perform at the prestigious West End venue, Her Majesty's Theatre - home of The Phantom of the Opera!

 

 

Our students will be taking part in Stagecoach Live, along with many other Stagecoach schools from across the world and we can't wait.

 

We have traditionally taken an all singing, all dancing and

acting piece, but this time were going to rely on voice alone.

 

Singing teacher Meghan is working hard on choral singing and harmony with our troupe then has the inevitable task of whittling our troupe down to 18 lucky students who will come with us in April.

 

Keep an eye out for more details coming soon…


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