SCHOLARSHIPS

Megan Flower couldn’t believe it when she was picked for the Razzamataz Theatre Schools scholarship in Carlisle last year, aged 16. “I struggled before...

This year, the Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts makes history as a partner in The Stage Scholarships scheme when it offer more than...

A high percentage of performing arts schools will promise to showcase students to as wide an audience as possible, but Spirit Young Performers Company...

Jamie and Helen Read (directors of theatre and dance respectively) set up Read College in 2008 to help students fulfil their potential and to...

Jeremiah Waysome, from Canning Town in London, already boasts stage credits as Young Simba in The Lion King tour and as Young Lola in...

It’s a pretty impressive roll call – School of Rock, Motown the Musical, Aladdin, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Matilda the Musical, Charlie...

Kyle Stevens was full of enthusiasm when he attended last November’s photoshoot for winners of The Stage Scholarships scheme in 2016. “I got bullied at...

Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company inhabits a unique role as part of The Stage Scholarships, offering “innovative and forward-thinking” vocational actor training with a...

Last year’s winner of The Stage Scholarship in association with Wac Arts, 16-year-old Londoner Anais Lone, is enthusiastic about the scheme: “Having the support of...

Previous winners of The Stage Scholarships scheme have found success in all aspects of the performing arts industry. Last year, 139 children and young adults,...

The Stage recently caught up with a whole range of our past scholarship winners who have found success across West End shows, national tours,...

Anais Lone, 16, from London, has won The Stage Scholarship at Wac Arts. The award, worth £7,500, is equivalent to one full scholarship, covering fees for the...
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