As a part of our continued commitment to offer the highest standards of performing arts tuition, we are very proud to announce that we are now a LAMDA registered stage school!

LAMDA is one of the UK’s oldest and most respected awarding bodies, that have been offering practical examinations of performance art for over 130 years. As a matter of fact, this nationally recognised qualification has helped hundreds of thousands of candidates of all ages and abilities to develop lifelong skills.

LAMDA exams are dedicated to reward, empower and, more importantly, distinguish the endeavours of those who take part. Such sentiments are echoed by ethos and mission at School For Stage; our team strives to ‘mentor top performers on stage and in life’.

In being affiliated with LAMDA, you can rest assured that the techniques and skills that we are passing to our students are delivered in the most competent and professional way.

Guided by the LAMDA syllabus, we will continue to provide all our students with the opportunity to develop the life skills they need in order to become successful and confident individuals, regardless of the industry and the path they will choose in future.

Together, we will achieve this by encouraging our students to practice such crucial attributes as self-confidence, as well as the ability to communicate clearly and show initiative in our classes.



First ever Lancaster School For Stage students

First ever Lancaster School For Stage students

Earlier this year we welcomed a bunch of budding performers from Lancaster and the surrounding areas to our new school in Lancaster.

The doors of Lancaster Royal Grammar School (where we operate our Lancaster classes from) were opened to the public on the first weekend of May. Parents and potential students were able to come down to the school to meet the team, check out the facilities and find out anything they might want to know about SFS.

A week later we had our first ever Lancaster class and were pleased to say it was a tremendous success. Many of the students who came to our first class still attend our classes now. We’ve loved seeing them work together as a team and grow in confidence along the way. You really wouldn't recognise them now from the shy beings they seemed to be on their first day.