We will be performing Bright Young Things by Georgia Christou with each of our Senior Youth Theatres in Sale, Withington and Swinton in March and April.
Urban Stage Principal Simeon Truby is back in the role of Dr Dillamond in Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre in Londons West End until March 2024 (Photo by Matt Crocker)
"Urban Stage means everything to us, it's like Hannah and Katies second family. Everyone is so close and supportive, both students and staff!" - Andrea
"Urban Stage provides a unique environment where children interact and grow in confidence whilst discovering the many wonders of the performing arts" - Steve
"Urban Stage has given my son the confidence, support and inspiration to grow as an individual. He really enjoys performing and always looks forward to the next project. I love watching the
performances too and the students never fail to impress. An amazing school with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Thank you so much" - Caroline Hart
"A friendly and professional environment created by the team at urban stage which has helped my child achieve goals, create confidence and develop ability he didn't know he had!"- Elisa Thomas (parent)
"Urban stage has been a fundamental part of my daughter's development over the past few years. Now with the senior group, Izzy started her life at Urban Stage as a junior. The confidence it has given her in her own ability and being able to not only take part, but to want to take part and to learn has been fantastic. It's a place she is applauded for her skills and nurtured - and has a giggle too. With Helen (and the team's) guidance and support I know that my girl is a stronger character for being part of Urban Stage - and she does a mean interpretation of Shere Khan too" - Sarah Knight (parent)
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