Autumn Term 2019
We are now taking bookings for our Summer Term, which starts from Sunday 15th September
From Sunday 15th September Stagetime will be holding Performing Arts classes for children aged 5-16 at:
The Performing Arts Centre
Age 5-7 - Sundays 11:15am (60 minutes, £90.00 per term)
Age 8-10 - Sundays 12:30pm (90 minutes, £120.00 per term)
Age 11-12 - To Be Confirmed - Please contact us for details
Age 13-16 - To Be Confirmed - Please contact us for details
Fees as detailed above must be paid in advance
Monthly direct debit payment is available, please contact us for more information
£5.00 discount for bookings paid by Friday 13th September
Sibling Discounts are also available - please contact us for more details
*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount. Only available to a limited amount of members per class.
**Some classes may be combined or wait-listed until a minimum number of students have registered in that age range. Stagetime will constantly review the need to split these classes into smaller age ranges as the student base grows. Please don't hesitate to Contact Us if you have any queries.
Dance Teacher - Shrewsbury
Charlotte Evans is a hard working dedicated and passionate teacher and performer. She always has a smile on her face, is super enthusiastic and believes dance should be something everyone can enjoy and benefit from.
Charlotte fell in love with performing during school, taking part in dance shows, musicals and pantomimes. After taking Dance and Theatre Studies at A Level, Charlotte was accepted onto an intensive full-time course in Dance at the Institute of the Arts Barcelona. Here she had her first glimpse into the professional dance world. She was given many opportunities to perform, including dancing in a commercial for television and cinemas and working alongside in-house companies throughout her course.
Since returning to Shropshire after graduating, Charlotte has been training in the ISTD DDI & DDE teaching qualification. She has a good understanding of safe and effective ways to teach dance in a fun and nurturing environment, this is something she feels very passionate about. She is also a fully certified Acrobatic Arts Teacher. Charlotte has over the last 3 years been teaching throughout Shropshire, Oswestry and Chester and has absolutely fallen in love with it. Charlotte is constantly challenging herself and trying to develop her skills, so she can be the best teacher she can be.
Alongside her teaching Charlotte is always looking to expand her experience in the performance industry. This last summer she performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with Kaleidoscope Theatre Company. While attending World Dance Movement this last year Charlotte was awarded a Scholarship to attend World Dance Movement Italy 2018, which she’s really looking forward to. Charlotte has also danced with Birmingham Opera Company in their community projects and was a finalist for Young Creative where she was able to share her choreography at The Royal Opera House in London.
She’s really looking forward to this new opportunity to work in her home town, passing on her love of the Arts to the next generation and helping them build their confidence and having fun while doing so!
Tutor - Shrewsbury
Lisa is a Shrewsbury based theatre practitioner and performance academic with an eclectic and unique approach to performance, focused on both classical and contemporary practice.
She graduated from Dartington College of Arts in 2008 with a First Class BA hons degree in theatre. Two years later she began her Masters degree in Practicing Theatre and Performance at Aberystwyth University, and is about to begin her PhD at Chester, again based in the performing arts department.
Lisa has performed around Europe and beyond with graduate theatre companies Onethousandladders, a Midlands based all-female collective and with Almost Human, an international film-as-performance company. Her work explores ideas of low-tech, DIY performance and ways in which theatre can use relatively primitive tools and effects to create work that is personal, playful and poignant - and a stark reminder of the fragility of our own humanity. Her work has been received with high praise at major international festivals, most notably World Stage Design in Cardiff in 2012 and Acco International Festival in Israel in 2015.
Now more permanently rooted in Shrewsbury, where she has been teaching for the last 9 years, Lisa is more focused on her youth and community practice. A workshop leader for both Shropshire Youth Theatre and The Hive in Shrewsbury, she has also worked with community projects and events including Britain In Bloom and Shrewsbury Flower Show, and as project and research assistant on the incredibly successful ‘Silhouette’ project performed at Theatre Severn in 2008.
Lisa’s teaching practice puts young people at the heart of the work, from rehearsal to performance, and her sessions aim to both develop performance skills and confidence within young people, and above all to instill in young people a sense of community and togetherness that can provide students with a lasting sense of belonging and friendship crucial to their adult lives.
Lisa is thrilled to be joining Stagetime and becoming a part of this exciting and energetic team.
Tutor - Shrewsbury