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Our performing arts and music courses are lead by passionate teachers with many years of experience in the West-End, TV and renowned theatre appearances.

UK government announces new National Plan For Music Education in England 

UK Music’s priorities include:

1. Universal access to music within state education should be prioritised, alongside a broad-based music education within curriculum learning.

2. Music in schools sho...

Watch Mariela Cingo (Stage Talent Co-Founder and Artistic Director) teach a few key elements of the music theory.

If you want to learn how to read, write and understand music get in touch.



Phone: 02030120134


Sleep is very important to a child's wellbeing. There's no set amount of sleep that all children of a particular age need, but below is a guide to the approximate hours of sleep they should aim for.

Watching this video would give you an understand that not having e...

I have watched this video several times and every time Benjamin Zander infectious passions inspires me to go through the day with a lightness and a constant smile in my face. 

I hope this will inspire many of you to look and listen the classical music through...

Dancing is a universal language and brings people together.

Alongside entertainment, it has been proven that dance has many health benefits for people of all ages and from all walks of life. 

Some health benefits of dance are: 

- Flexibility

- Memory

- Strength

- Reduce...

Akram Khan is one of the most prominent UK choreographers and his opinion matters. 

I believe that if dance would be included in the national curriculum we will see major changes in children's behaviour within one generation. 


Below is the full article written in T...

I read this article a couple of days ago and find it very useful, especially for young dancers.

I hope you'd like it.


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By Rosie White


Behind every dancer is a teacher that believed in them before they believed in themselves. I think we all...

At this article Maanvi Singh raises the question: Do parents’ behaviour in the first years affects life decades later, and how differences in children’s temperament play a role.




Most of us don’t remember our first two or three years of life — but our earliest experie...

I came across this fascinating article By Krystian Aparta and believe that alongside different art forms, learning a new language is fundamental in children's development. 


I hope you'd find it useful.


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They say that children learn languages the best....

Every year almost 100% of public school students begin an instrument through their school’s music program (if a program exists).  One or two years later, more than 50% of students quit; unable to enjoy all that music education has to offer for the rest of their K-12 sc...

The Stage Talent Course of Uxbridge Centre and Compass Theatre are merging into one (Drama, Singing & Dance)


If you want to continue with the Stage Talent course you are invited to attend our Ickenham Centre: Saturdays 2:30-4:00pm otherwise you could continue to The U...

I remember when I was young.


Like me, many other kids used delay gratification. 


The older we get the less we use this vital tool. 




What happens to us and how does the society influence us in wanting everything now?


This video may have the answer.





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There is no more excuse for anyone to say that they have two left feet.

In this video you will see how the world renowned choreographer William Forsythe made anyone 'move gracefully' without teaching them how to dance.




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The Fame Musical was created for television in 1980 and latter became a musical in 1988 with a worldwide success.


The story is about students at a New Your Performing Arts School. Each of the characters displays their personality, passions, dreams, shortcomings and amb...


Often, whiles teaching drama for children of primary school age at our Stage Talent Academy I have been asked to portray different characters from the iconic BBC series: 'Doctor Who'.


Alongside learning and developing dialogue from the series, children are very curiou...

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