About Us

Established in 1999, Centre Stage currently providesperforming arts training to more than two hundred and fifty students aged 4 to 19. Our part-time classes in Drama, Dance and Singing take place on Saturdays during term time at St. Monica’s School in Southgate.

All classes are structured to suit the student’s age,abilities and ambition. Whether learning for fun,to improve self confidence and meet new friends,or to fulfil a burning desire to perform; we offer lessonsto suit the complete beginner, challenge the moreexperienced or prepare and train those students with aspirations of a professional career.

The tutors and staff at Centre Stage are selected for their professionalism and dedication. All staff are CRB/DBS checked and most are licenced chaperones. We are proud to include six qualified teachers, seven professionalperformers and five experienced support staff among our team.

School Ethos

Centre Stage offers high quality performing arts training within a warm and compassionate teaching environment.It is our goal to enhance student’s understanding of the arts, expand performance ability and increase self confidence through personal development.

The objective of all staff at the school is to provideinnovative and creative teaching without discrimination or favouritism.

Community spirit is at the heart of Centre Stage and this is reflected in the importance we place on studentsdisplaying mutual respect and support towards their tutors and each other.

NICK HOOTON - Artistic Director

Nick joined Centre Stage when it opened in 1999, and in 2009 took over the position of Artistic Director of Centre Stage and Upstaged Theatre Company.

He trained as an actor at Hertfordshire Theatre School and graduated in 2004 with a Diploma in Acting and Musical Theatre, a BADC (Stage Combat) Honours and a L.A.M.D.A. Gold Award and is also now a L.A.M.D.A examination tutor.

Nick has worked professionally since he was young, playing leading roles in television, film and commercials. He has numerous theatre credits and remains a resident actor with the Market Theatre Company.

In addition to teaching drama at Centre Stage, Nick also regularly directs ‘in-house’ and external productions for the school and Upstaged Theatre Company; from lavish musical productions in local theatres to classic Shakespeare and contemporary dramas, many of which transfer to the Camden and Edinburgh fringe following a London run.

As Artistic Director, it is Nick’s goal to develop our student’s understanding of the arts, expand their performance ability and increase their self-confidence through practice and application. Nick is always looking for new and creative ways to generate and achieve the highest possible standards in theatrical performance.

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FIONA JOHNSON - Drama Tutor / Associate Director

Fiona graduated from Mountview Acamedy of Theatre Arts in 2006 with a first class honours degree in performing arts. Upon graduation, she was offered a role working with Michael Grandage and Jeremy Lloyd in the Really Useful Group’s 2006 revival of Evita. After covering and playing Eva Peron at The Adelphi Theatre for more than a year, Fiona went on to join the original cast of the 2007 West End production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She spent the next two years performing alongside Lee Meade and Gareth Gates as alternate Narrator. Fiona was then chosen to join Yusuf Islam (formerly Cat Stevens) on his 2009 Moonshadow UK arena tour.

Since joining Centre Stage five years ago, Fiona has directed some outstanding productions for our Festival of Plays season, as well and our annual pantomimes. Fiona also worked as assistant director for our Camden fringe production of Killing Swine.

Since joining Centre Stage as a drama teacher / director, Fiona has also changed career from professional performer to full time secondary school teacher. She is passionate about working with children and young adults and honing their skills in performing arts. She is an advocate of the many benefits drama training has to offer, both on and off the stage.

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GIANNI TOZZI - Drama Tutor

Gianni is a past student of Centre Stage, beginning with us at the age of eight. Throughout his nine years at Centre Stage his credits include playing the Cowardly Lion in 'The Wizard of Oz', Corny Collins in 'Hairspray' and the Pope in 'The Pope and the Witch' to name but a few. He was also part of Upstaged Theatre Company taking 'The Penelopiad' to Edinburgh.

Gianni believes that Centre Stage gave him the confidence to pursue a career in Acting. This resulted in him receiving a scholarship to Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on the acting course. Gianni graduated Mountview with a First Class Honours Degree in Acting and was the recipient of the honourable 'Gyearbuor Asante Prize' for outstanding achievement in acting throughout his time at Mountview, where he played the roles of Richard in 'Richard II', Frank Sinatra in 'Dreaming America' and Talthybius in 'Women of Troy'

It was during his time at drama school and through the many community outreach projects that Mountview undertook that a passion for teaching and working with young people emerged. He took a tour of Twelfth Night around Haringey Schools and lead all of the post show workshops. He then took this experience into Primary Schools by directing Year 6 productions.

Gianni is also part of the Young Centre Stagers teaching staff and teaches after school drama clubs in various North London Primary schools.

Gianni is now delighted to bring this acting experience with him back to where it all began at Centre Stage. He hopes to show how much fun acting can be, but above all allow each pupil to shine, lose any inhibitions and gain confidence through performance.

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JONNY FREEMAN - Guest Drama Tutor & Workshop Tutor

Jonny trained at East 15. He is an experienced actor, improviser and comedian appearing on both stage and screen.

A member of London based impro troupe 'Shotgun Impro', other stage credits include 'Teechers' (Brute Farce) and 'Ashes to Ashes' (Badac Theatre Company). Among his TV credits are 'Silent Witness', 'Top Boy', 'MI High', 'Love Soup', 'The Revolution Will be Televised', 'Dalziel and Pascoe', 'Holby City' and 'Doctors'. He also appears as a panellist on Channel 5's “The Wright Stuff”.

As a stand-up, he is resident compere at the award-winning Funny Side comedy clubs where he's MC’d for the likes of Milton Jones, Reginald D. Hunter and Harry Hill and he performs all over the country both as an MC and with his very own set.

Jonny has been involved with Centre Stage since directing 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' in 2006 and often returns to run improvisation, theatre sports and clowning workshops.

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ELLA MARTIN - Dance Tutor

Ella started working at Centrestage approximately ten years ago and has loved watching the many students evolve and progress in dance. She prides herself on including everyone and trying to engage all students by keeping the routines contemporary and classes fun.

As well as working at Centrestage, Ella also choreographs for Potters Bar and Hertford theatre companies, alongside teaching adult fitness classes and personal training.

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NICOLA BRUNTON - Dance Tutor / Choreographer

Nicola has been a member of the teaching staff since the school opened in 1999. Nicola focuses on Dance on the Saturday combined courses, along with The Centre Stage Dance Troupe. Nicola is proud to be a member of the team and enjoys watching the students' development and enjoyment for something she is also passionate about; the students' achievements are very rewarding. Nicola has been Head of Dance and Drama at Mill Hill County High School, Head of Drama at Alexandra Park School and Enfield Grammar School and is now teaching on a part time basis, sings with a function band 'Deja Vu', and tutors young actors on film sets whilst pursuing her own career in the Performing Arts. Her credits in TV, Film and Commercials are numerous.

Her stage productions, as a Performer and/or choreographer include 'Fame' at the Millfield Theatre, 'A Chorus Line' (as 'Cassie') at The Intimate Theatre, and shows at venues such as The London Palladium, Wembley, Theatre Royal - Drury Lane and Her Majesty's Theatre.

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ELIZ NOYAN - Assistant Dance Tutor / Young Centre Stagers Dance Tutor

Eliz joined Centre Stage as a student at the age of four in 2000. Throughout her 14 years at Centre Stage she took part in numerous productions and shows, including High School Musical, Honk, The Roses of Eyam & the head dancer in the school’s 2015 musical, The Wiz.

From an early age, Eliz pursued her passion for dance, training in ballet, tap & contemporary which allowed her to compete in numerous national dance competitions such as Rock Challenge. Alongside her dance training, she felt that Centre Stage gave her the confidence to grow as a person and a performer, unlocking other skills which she would carry with her through her school years.

In 2015, Eliz ended her time as a student of Centre Stage, winning their most prestigious award ‘The Oscar’ and was then asked to return as an assistant dance teacher. She was overjoyed to be able to work and guide students with the same knowledge and passion she received throughout her years at the school.

Eliz currently studies Dance at the University of Roehampton, enjoying her time exploring new styles, genres and techniques as well as learning the theoretical analysis of choreography and dance history.

The Dance Troupe was a huge part of Eliz’s Centre Stage experience and she is thrilled to be teaching the troupe alongside Chris and Sarah. She is also the Dance Tutor for the Young Centre Stagers, which is carried throughout schools as a weekly after school club.

Eliz hopes to give each student the chance to explore new dance styles in order to discover their own personal tastes and broaden their horizons.

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SIMON PAYNE - Singing Tutor / Musical Director / Technical Advisor

Simon first worked with Centre Stage as musical director for the school's production of ‘Fame’ in April 2008. In addition to teaching singing at Centre Stage has since also musically directed a further six whole school productions including ‘Honk!’, ‘Hairspray’, ‘Les Miserables’ and ‘Bugsy Malone’, ‘Our House’ and ’13 The Musical’.

Simon has been involved with performing arts in the local community from a very young age working first as a technician, then lighting designer, and more recently as a musical director.

As well as his day job as Head of PSHE and Citizenship in a Secondary School in West London, Simon enjoys relaxing by working with many amateur dramatics groups in North and West London.

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SARAH LUKE - Dance Tutor / Dance Troupe Leader / Show Choreographer

Sarah has been a member of the teaching staff at Centre Stage since September 1999, teaching dance

Sarah trained as a dance teacher at Harrison School of Dance and Drama, where she gained all her teaching qualifications in tap, ballet, modern, disco and national dance, along with her L.A.M.D.A. Gold Medal in Acting

Her first stage appearance was at the age of 3, leading on to numerous stage performances, both amateur and professional, playing both ensemble and lead roles in several productions. Sarah also appeared in several television commercials both in the UK and Abroad

Since leaving college she has danced professionally as well as teaching all aspects of dance.

Sarah has been choreographing the Centre Stage shows for 14 years, including 'Wizard of Oz', 'Fame', 'Honk', ‘Centre Stage The Musical’, 'Hairspray', ‘Les Miserables’, ‘Bugsy Malone’ and more recently ‘13’The Musical’.

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MATTEO BRAGOLI - Singing Tutor

Matteo joined Centre Stage as a student at the age of seven. His time with them proved to be an invaluable part of his life and in his final year, he was proud to be given the lead role of Jean Valjean in their epic production of ‘Les Misérables’. He also performed at the Edinburgh fringe in ‘Macbeth’ and ended a memorable period in his life as the Centre Stage Oscar winner.

In 2011, Matteo returned to Centre Stage as a singing assistant before taking on the role as head of the singing department in 2015. In his time as a tutor, he has been involved in rehearsing & co-musical directing many Centre Stage productions including ‘Our House’, ’13’ & ‘Seussical The Musical’.

Matteo’s passion for music began at a very young age and this is reflected in his impressive qualifications: Grade 8 Distinctions in Piano, Singing & Saxophone; Grade 7 Violin; DipABRSM in Teaching Piano; Grade 8 Distinction & PCertLAM in Acting and a BMus (Hons) degree in Music.

As well as a keen composer and producer, he also finds pleasure in photography, classic cars and detailing. He is also the voice of Fernando in the BBC’s hit children’s TV show ‘Mike The Knight’ and currently works in a successful North London school as a teacher.

Energy and enthusiasm are the most important things Matteo looks for in his students and with that, he can share his own skills and experience to help build well-rounded performers.

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CHRIS O'SHEA - Young Centre Stager Leader & Director / Dance Tutor

Christopher began as a student at Centre Stage when it opened in 1999. He began working as a tutor in 2011. Since 2011 he has been an Assistant, Dance Tutor, Young Centre Stagers Tutor, Dance Troupe Tutor and Young Centre Stagers Leader.

In October 2013 he opened Young Centre Stagers on a Saturday morning. 4 years later the popularity has risen to over 60 children aged 4-7 years across 2 classes.

In April 2017 he began YCS After School Clubs at 3 Enfield schools. From October 2017 it has risen to 8 classes across 6 schools in Enfield and Barnet with over 140 children attending.

Christopher has worked professionally in film, television, commercials, videos and stage from an early age. While he is not teaching, he performs and directs regularly at local theatres. His most recent being ‘Pirates of Penzance’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at the Millfield and Intimate Theatre.

Christopher is a qualified teacher, specialising in Early Years.

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LUCY SARDINHA - Singing Tutor

Lucy signed to CS Management in 2004 as a teenager actress, and soon after discovered the performance opportunities on offer as a student at Centre Stage. After gaining a drama scholarship at the age of 16, she completed her academic and vocational studies with outstanding results. Including: LAMDA Grade 8 in Acting (Distinction).

While continuing her development as an actress and singer, Lucy returned to Centre Stage as a drama assistant, and now regularly works with the Lower School students on productions, classwork, one to one performance and singing coaching.

Lucy’s love of performing began at a very early age, and being able to pass on her passion to the students at Centre Stage gives her a tremendous amount of satisfaction. In the autumn of 2013, Lucy joins Chris O’Shea as drama tutor/singing teacher for the Young Centre Stagers Saturday class. She also continues her work with the lower school students at Saturday classes.

Previous musical theatre credits; Eponine in Les Miserables, Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray, and Ms Bell in Fame! Drama credits; Helen of Troy in The Penelopiad, Sophie in 100 and Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest. TV and Film credits include; Mr Selfridge, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Trollied and Eastenders.

Lucy is currently pursuing a music career, and when not teaching, spends time writing and performing.

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NICOLA DEMOSTHENOUS - Assistant Singing Tutor

Nicola joined Centre Stage at the age of 14, a time where she was just discovering what her passions were. It was around this age where she knew she loved performing, telling a story. And most importantly she loved to sing. It wasn’t until she came to Centre Stage when she was encouraged, nurtured and found the confidence to apply to The BRIT School for performing arts.

She then spent the next two years training in Musical Theatre at the BRIT School, as well as attending weekly classes at Centre Stage, and being involved in the annual musical productions; most recently playing ‘Dorothy’ in our production of ‘The Wiz’ in 2015.

Nicola then received a scholarship award and place at Mountview Academy of Theatre arts where she is currently training a BA in Actor Musicianship. She is delighted to have joined the Centre Stage Staff family as a singing assistant and is really excited pass on the valuable industry skills she is learning from industry experts directly onto our Centre Stage students.

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LAURA COSTA - Assistant Tutor

Laura started Centre Stage from the age of 4 in 2001, where her first show was at the Millfield Theatre. From there she participated in several shows such as 'The Wiz', 'The Roses of Eyam' with UpStaged Theatre Company and dance shows at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Laura is currently training on a BA Acting degree at the London College of Music.

“Centre Stage has not only allowed me to realise my love for performing, but to also take away invaluable experiences that I still use today. It was from classes at Centre Stage that gave me the confidence to pursue my passion even further and to study it at university. I am so pleased I can work at Centre Stage to pass on the skills and knowledge I have learnt from industry professionals.”

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LINDA SARDINHA - Assistant to The Principal & Agent for CS Management

As Assistant to the Principal and Agent for CS Management, Linda works closely with Carole O’Shea to ensure the smooth running of the school. With a career spanning fifteen years in the music industry and sixteen years as an executive PA, Linda brings a wealth of experience to Centre Stage. In addition to her invaluable administrative skills, Linda is also a licenced chaperone and a resourceful seamstress. Whether looking after our student’s welfare or creating new costumes for the schools numerous productions, Linda is a valued member of the Centre Stage team.

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Carole established the School in 1999 with 50 students attending Saturday morning classes. 19 years on and now with over 250 students, Centre Stage has established itself as one of the most vibrant and respected part-time performing arts schools in London. The School is also affiliated to CS Management, a theatrical agency established by Carole in 2001 to provide professional opportunities within the industry.

Carole first became involved in performing arts in the late 1970's, initially through her own children's attendance at local classes. The next 25 years were spent building experience in established drama schools and working as a theatrical agent before opening her own school in Potters Bar in 1995.

Despite a two year scholarship to the London College of Music as a teenager, Carole has never been one for public performance herself and is much happier leaving it up to those at the school.

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We have had many faces come through our doors here at Centre Stage over the years and many have gone on to make their way in the industry - be that in FILM, TV or THEATRE or go on to gain professional ACTING TRAINING in London Drama Schools.

Here are a few of the credits from our previous students...


  • Harry Potter(Over 1000 students involvedin all 8 movies)
  • Nanny McPhee
  • Children of Men
  • Hugo
  • Shooting Dogs
  • Exodus


  • Eastenders
  • Hollyoaks
  • Mike The Knight
  • My Parents Are Aliens
  • Tracey Beaker
  • Outnumbered


  • Matilda - The Musical
  • Porgy and Bess
  • Burnt By The Sun National Theatre

Theatre School

  • RADA
  • Bristol Old Vic
  • The Brit School
  • Mountview Academyof Theatre Arts
  • The Guildhall Schoolof Music & Drama
  • Royal Welsh Collegeof Music & Drama
  • ALRA(The Academy of Live& Recorded Arts)
  • Manchester School of Theatre
  • London College of Music


A small selection of letters and emails from parents and students.

“Congratulations on a wonderful show- all our family and friends thoroughly enjoyed the entertainment. Thank you to everyone for all their hard work in making it such a success – Long live Centre Stage!”

"WOW last night was amazing!!! Very proud to work at Centre Stage x"

“Just got home, it was absolutely brill and I enjoyed it (Les Miserables) as much as the West End. The cast were so enthusiastic and the whole show just perfect. Particularly like Lucy as Eponine. You must be so proud and rightly so”

“THAT WAS INCREDIBLE (Les Miserables). End of story…… Let me be crystal clear. This is my favorite show. Ever.... I've seen it four times.... and the 25th anniversary concert. It is a massive task to put this on badly, much less to do it well. The weight of expectation must have been very real… O.M.G. I was expecting good – but not this. Some of those kids are just wonderful. You have some outstanding talent. I almost shed a tear on more than one occasion. Tell Nick I am impressed. Please highlight that I am a VERY BAD PERSON – so praise indeed… Take my children… make them stars.

"Congratulations to you all. I loved every second of it.”

Carole, words cannot describe how much love I have for you. Thank you for the most amazing last few months.

Carole… Thank you so much for everything. You truly gave us opportunities and experiences that will stay with us for a long long time.

Dear Carole, thank you for everything over the last 10 years. Every experience of a CS show has been amazing. I have so much love for you.

Thank you so so much for everything. This has been the most amazing production, my favourite show. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be in ‘Les Mis’. Love you forever.

Thank you so much for the experience. I am so privileged to be a part of this production, as well as all my other Centre Stage experiences. Thank you.

This has definitely been the highlight of my wonderful Centre Stage experience so far, and will stay in my memory forever. Thank you.

Thanks for the best week and best show ever. Everything is so appreciated.

Thank you so much Carole for everything you have done for us. I am so happy that I could be a part of this amazing production. Really love you.

Thanks so much for everything. You are the best ever. I love you. You made me the person I am.

I remember my first day at CS, 11 years ago. I never thought it would lead to something like this. Thanks for everything.

Thank you for Les Miserables and Centre Stage and basically my life xx

“I just wanted to say a massive Thank you for allowing R to participate in Bugsy. She had a fantastic time not only in the show, but also at the rehearsals. I know she feels sad now that it is all over. The show was extremely enjoyable and all the children were amazing. Never realised hat children so young could have so much talent. My family and friends spent the whole day on Sunday raving about it. Can you please pass on my Thanks to Nick, Simon and Sarah who I know worked so hard and spent so many long hours working on the show”.

“The show was brilliant. Congratulations on a very professional musical”

“Congratulations on a marvellous performance”

“Just a note to say thank you for all the hard work and time you invested in Centre Stage’s recent show. We thought it was wonderful! Also a big thank you for the confidence and self-assurance you seem to instill in E. Two years ago we would never have believed she would have the confidence or belief in herself to take part in such a show or indeed Centre Stage. Her Saturday mornings with you all has worked wonders.”

“We thank you for the opportunity to dance on a stage and perform like real stars!”

“Thanx for your support and commitment, u helped us loads”

“What you have done for us is amazing. You’ve given us the opportunity to show our talent.”

“Just to say how magnificent, brilliant, outstanding, wonderful, fantastic and entertaining the production was, we had a really great night and all the children/young adults were true stars.”

“I must congratulate you and your wonderful team, as you have created an extremely special environment with amazing opportunities for your students to express themselves. The students you have nurtured are all so special both in terms of talent, and the support and encouragement they give to each other. It was wonderful to see how together and happy your students are. I am certain that lifelong friendships are being formed from the Centre Stage family of students. You must be congratulated on so many levels”

“Thank you so much for the wonderful time we had at the annual awards evening, it really was a night to remember, and a pleasure to be a part of such an event. We were very surprised and honoured that C received such a magnificent award, and she was absolutely thrilled to bits. Thank you so much again for being such a lovely team of professional people, who are obviously so caring towards your pupils. It stands out for miles. We are very grateful for what you mean to C as she cares about you all a lot. Need we say more!”

“Thank you so much for every opportunity you’ve given me. Miss you Loads.”

“Many thanks for all the love and care shown”

“Thank you so much for everything & giving us the opportunity to perform! It has been a great experience! & lots of fun!!”

“E says Carole that you are always calm & gentle & enthusiastic & never angry. Could you take the time to teach me these skills do you think?”

"Thanks for all the help and support you’ve given me at Centre Stage over the years I have been there. I’ve really enjoyed myself and it has helped me build my confidence in many aspects. All the staff I’ve worked with have been really friendly & welcoming and made classes very enjoyable. It has been a great experience & I will never forget it.”

“Thank you for helping us perform a really good show!!! We enjoyed ourselves!!!”

“Thank you for the five very happy years O had at Centre Stage. She leaves with many memories”

“Thank you for the brilliant time we had at the Oscars evening, it was a great night.”

“It was a great success & lovely to see such happy children & proud parents. All the stress and hard work to arrange such an event really paid off.”

“Congratulations on the wonderful show”

“Thank you very much for the super year at Centre Stage.”

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your kindness & friendship to the girls over the years. They have both benefited greatly from the classes and have enjoyed all the shows. We wish Centre Stage long & continued success.”

“Thank you for setting up such a fantastic school & giving children this wonderful opportunity. I have learnt such a lot.”

“Firstly I would like to thank you and all of the tutors for a brilliant time throughout the many years that I have been here, because of the teaching and encouragement, and all of the fun I’ve had over the years. I have learnt a lot of things from them all. Secondly I would like to thank you for all the opportunities that you have given me within the Centre Stage classes. I have enjoyed the shows and productions that I have taken part in. Again, Thank you very much for all of the wonderful times I have had at Centre Stage. I will never forget them.”

“Thank you so much for the wonderful evening we had the Oscars night, it was absolutely brilliant. We are so proud of our daughter's achievements since she has been at Centre Stage, we can’t thank you enough for your care and dedication to her. She really loves Centre Stage and thoroughly enjoys herself, you are like another family to her.”

“Many Thanks for all your hard work last week. The show was wonderful and very much appreciated”

“I’d like to thank all involved for the fabulous years of drama, dance & singing. As well as providing lots of fun Saturday afternoons, I know the classes did much to boost my son’s confidence & he will carry many happy memories of his time at Centre Stage”

“Wishing you all continued success and we look forward to the next production!”

“Well done for all your hard work and dedication over the past few months. It was all certainly worth it – the show was amazing. Well Done”

“Bring on Tomorrow..’ …. Here’s to many more future successes!”

“Just a note to say how much we enjoyed the show last night. It was magnificent and what excellent talent. All the hard work and enthusiasm was abundant and wonderful to see. To sum up, a great evening and good luck to all future shows. We will be there to see them!”

“Thank you for everything you have done for me over the years. Centre Stage has been like a second home and I class you all like a family.”

“Heres to another fab year for Centre Stage.”

“Thank you for making my time at Centre Stage so special! I have many fond memories of Centre Stage – That I will never forget!”

“I would like to take this opportunity to Thank you and your staff for the wonderful opportunity Centre Stage has afforded the boys. It is a tremendous asset in the area and one which, is clearly going form strength to strength under your enthusiastic leadership. I recall you saying at the ‘Oscars’that the aim of Centre Stage is foster self-esteem and develop confidence in the students and anything else is a bonus. I know that the children will look back on their time at Centre Stage with fond memories and in time recognize fully the benefits gained during these important formative years. In case I do not get a chance, please extend my thanks and indeed congratulations to your excellent staff, I wish them every success in their careers.”

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