Stageworx School Of Performing Arts
Transformation through arts education.
Pursuing an artistic career can be an exhilarating and roller-coaster journey. Whether your goal is to learn new skills, build confidence or work within the industry, Stageworx School of Performing Arts is the perfect place to build the foundation. We offer part-time and full-time classes in all aspects of arts development, and as a student, you will have access to our supportive network throughout your time studying, while searching for a job and as an alumni.
We’re dedicated to teaching the skills and providing the hands-on experience necessary for successful futures, both personally and professionally. After all, there is only so much you can learn in class, doing learns the rest!
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Prestige Award 2020/2021 - BEST PERFORMING ARTS SCHOOL
We are so excited to announce that Stageworx has been voted BEST PERFORMING ARTS ESTABLISHMENT 2020/2021 by Prestige Awards !! Thank you to anyone that nominated us and to Prestige Awards and a HUGE THANK YOU to all our Teachers and Staff, Parents and Students that allowed our school to flourish during lock-down!
We are so excited to announce that as from term 4 (Oct 12th) Stageworx will be returning to studio. We have put in place strict Covid-19 protocols to ensure the safety of our students and the current online training options will all still be available. To take a look at how we kept all our students motivated and passionate during the lockdown - take a look at our news page.
Our partner companies
Stageworx is a registered examination centre to the International Trinity College London. Our Principal Gemma Marinus was invited by Trinity College London, to present an interview on preparing students for the examinations.
Many of our Stageworx students are producing their own music and releasing through Upstream Worldwide. Headed by Stageworx Director Matthew Marinus the aim of the company is to give young songwriters an opportunity to share their truth with the world.
"The world is but a canvas to our imagination"