Helping Students Grow
Eve started performing with Centre Stage in 2004. After many years she progressed her training by attending The BRIT School. Since then she has gained some fantastic opportunities such as performing with the Royal Shakespeare Company and joining Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Bridge Theatre Company. As a teacher Eve strives to inspire young children in hopes that they become confident, original and kind, as well as supporting them to perform to the best of their abilities. Eve hopes that every child at Young Centre Stagers receives the care she did throughout her time at Centre Stage.
From the age of 5, Laura was a student at Centre Stage and now she is teaching every Saturday morning with the Young Centre Stagers team. Laura graduated in 2019 from the London College of Music, with a BA(Hons) in Acting and is now pursuing an acting career. Alongside this, Laura loves teaching and helping the little ones every Saturday - it’s the highlight of her week!
Assistant to Principal
Sarah began her Centre Stage adventure when one of her daughters became a Young Centre Stager many years ago. She has since become a vitally important member of the Young Centre Stagers team supporting many aspects of the business including, teaching, supporting staff and assistanting the principal with various admin duties. Sarah is a qualified primary school teacher in the borough of Haringey working within the leadership team. She loves working on Saturday with the supportive and talented Young Centre Stagers team.
We also have Maia and Chloe who are currently senior students at Centre Stage. They are assistants to our Young Centre Stagers class who are wholly committed and talented individuals.
Eliz joined Centre Stage as a student at the age of four in 2000. 14 years later Eliz ended her time as a student of Centre Stage, winning their most prestigious award ‘The Oscar’. She is overjoyed to be able to work and guide students with the same knowledge and passion she received throughout her years at the school.She graduated from University of Roehampton with a BA (Hons) in Dance, where she explored new styles and techniques as well as learning the theoretical analysis of choreography and dance history. She then progressed to The Royal Academy of Dance to study and gain her PGCE and is currently a secondary school dance teacher aiming to develop a dynamic dance department. Eliz prides herself on creating an inclusive atmosphere where students are motivated to learn and challenge themselves, all whilst having fun.
Lucy is a professional musical theatre performer and teacher from Hertfordshire. She graduated from The Royal Academy of Music in 2018 with her Masters degree in Musical Theatre. She has performed at numerous venues across the UK but was last seen on The Independence of the Seas playing the role of Frenchy in Grease the Musical for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. She doesn’t just enjoy performing herself but also sharing her passion and knowledge with the upcoming generation of performers. She has been teaching around her performing career for over 3 years and offers her skills in all aspects of acting, dance and singing.
Christopher began as a student at Centre Stage when it opened in 1999. He began working as a tutor in 2011. In October 2013 he opened Young Centre Stagers on a Saturday morning. 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 Spamalot at the Millfield Theatre and Snow White at the Intimate Theatre. Christopher is a qualified Early Years specialist teacher at St Monica’s Primary School. He is passionate about teaching and learning whether it be performing arts or within the classroom.