(4 to 6 years)- Junior Stage. 90 mins per session. (Staff to student ratio, 1 to 8 approx) Small classes guaranteed at approximately 15 euro per week.
Acting, Dance & Singing classes (maximum class size 17) early booking advised.
An introductory class in musical theatre. Each student takes a 30-minute acting class, a 30-minute singing and a 30-minute dance class. Your child’s instructor and assistant will help your child develop the core fundamentals of acting, singing, and dance. They engage kids through a variety of fun activities and create a safe, positive and fun learning environment so each child is comfortable exploring their natural creative ability. With two presentations per year and two-week trials available, these classes are tremendous fun and very popular.
We are now enrolling on a 35 euro deposit for the AUTUMN TERM in our Dublin, Galway Clare and Mayo Centres; If you leave after two weeks deposit, pay no fees, if you join, balance is 160 per term with payment options available to ease any impact on family budgets.
(6 to 18 years)- Senior Stage, 3 hours per week. (Staff to student ratio, 1 to 10 approx) Small class sizes guaranteed at approximately 30 euro per week.
A three hour all rounded arts education course at weekends. Each school recruits a total of 45 students divided by three age groups of fifteen students. Taught by experienced teachers, one group learns to sing, the other to dance and third group learns acting. When the hour is up, classes rotate so by the end of the three-hour session, your child has experienced a fully intensive all rounded arts education in all three disciplines. UNDER ONE ROOF ON THE SAME DAY! Saving you time and convenience travelling to other destinations during the week.
We are now enrolling on a 70 euro deposit for the for AUTUMN TERM IN DUBLIN, GALWAY, CLARE AND MAYO CENTRES!; If you leave after two weeks deposit, pay no fees, if you join, balance is 320 per term with payment options available to ease any impact on family budgets. All centres offer a sibling discount of 50% in the Senior StageSchool programme.
StageSchool Ireland is a private self-financing school and does not receive assistance from any government body or agency. The school was established in 2007 with 40 students by the two founding Directors, John and Eliz Lucey. Over the last decade. the school has grown steadily and has developed a reputation as a centre of excellence in arts education. The school currently has over 250+ students enrolled in our four centres and a teaching staff of fourteen.