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Harrow art students perform at the West End

More than 20 students aged 10-18 from Stagecoach Performing Arts Harrow took to the stage at His Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End. The young performers, from Rooks Heath School, impressed the audience with a performance of a devised piece set to classic pop tunes.

The event brought together hundreds of students from Stagecoach Performing Arts schools across the UK and Germany. The evening was filled with memorable performances, with highlights including Stagecoach Harrow’s renditions of “Golden Hour” by JVKE and a medley of Stevie Wonder classics. The show also featured medleys and dance pieces by other participating schools, creating a vibrant and diverse celebration of young talent.

Emmy Hamilton, Principal of Stagecoach Harrow, expressed her pride in the students’ achievements: “The students were hugely excited to be performing at His Majesty’s in the West End. They worked extremely hard on their performance piece which was inspired by a mix of street dance style and the musical ‘Into The Woods’. I’m so proud of all my students and our talented teaching team.”

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This West End performance underscores the commitment of Stagecoach Performing Arts to fostering creativity, courage, and skill development in young people. Over the past 36 years, Stagecoach has helped more than one million students unlock their creative potential, providing them with skills and confidence that last a lifetime.

With a network of over 60,000 students and more than 3,000 schools worldwide, the school aims to make a significant difference in its students’ lives by teaching “Creative Courage for Life.” Many Stagecoach alumni have gone on to pursue careers in the performing arts, from blockbuster films to local theatre productions.

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