Stagecoach Exclusive Top Tips from Industry Professionals
Want to hear about theatre life from the people who are working in some of the best well-known shows? Then this is your chance. Here we bring you a selection of the best tips from all areas of those working in the creative industry.
Be Yourself with Oscar Conlon-Morrey
West End and Tour Performer, Oscar Conlon-Morrey (Nativity! the Musical, Only Fools and Horses the Musical), gives you top tips on how to be yourself.
About Oscar Conlon-Morrey
Oscar graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts with a BA Hons in Musical Theatre. His theatre credits include...
Becoming a TV Expert with Sophie Crees
TV Presenter and creative influencer, Sophie Crees (This Morning), explains where to start to become a TV Expert.
About Sophie Crees
TV presenter and creative influencer Sophie Prescott-Crees specialises in all things Craft, Upcycling & Home Decor. You will mostly see Sophie with a glue gun in ...
The Best Thing About Being an Actor with Adam Denman
West End performer, Adam Denman (The King and I, Chicago, Guys & Dolls) shares his favourite roles and his career highlight so far!
About Adam Denman
Adam started dancing at the age of 5 at the Staples School of Dance Retford & furthered his training at the Northern Ballet School.
His theatre ...
Combatting Nerves Before an Audition with Jonathan Dawes
Voice and Accent Coach, Jonathan Dawes (Matilda, Into The Woods) reveals his top tip on how to combat nerves before an audition.
About Jonathan Dawes:
Jonathan Dawes is one of the country's leading voice and accent coaches. He trained as an actor at LAMDA and as a voice coach with Patsy Rodenbur...
Use Your Free Time Wisely with Caroline Jay Ranger
West End Director, Caroline Jay Ranger, (Only Fools and Horses the Musical, Joanna Lumley On Tour) shares her top tip on how to use your spare time wisely in-between jobs.
About Caroline Jay Ranger
Caroline Jay, known to friends and colleagues as CJay, has always had a love for music, dance, the...
Being Nervous is Good! with Ashley Andrews
West End and Broadway performer, Ashley Andrews (Wicked, Billy Elliot, An American In Paris) explains how he deals with nerves and how you can combat them too!
About Ashley Andrews
A selection of West End and Broadway credits include: Diana The Musical; Resident Choreographer King Kong on Broadw...
Paul Whitehouse: Be Joyful & Enthusiastic!
Multiple winner of the British Academy Television Award for Comedy (The Fast Show, Harry & Paul and Harry Enfield & Chums) actor, writer and comedian, Paul Whitehouse, gives you his top tip for being a performer.
About Paul Whitehouse
Described by Johnny Depp as his favourite actor, Paul Whiteho...
Know Your Material with George Asprey
George Asprey (The Lion King, The Crown, The Gentlemen) who has played Scar for the last 10 years in the London production of the Lion King gives an insight into why it's so important to know your material as an actor.
About George Asprey:
George recently filmed the role of Denis Stewart in WIT...
Contemporary Dance Audition Tips with Liam Riddick
Acclaimed dance artist Liam Riddick (BalletBoyz, National Dance Awards - Best Male Dancer 2017) gives his top tips for a contemporary dance audition.
About Liam Riddick
Originally from South Wales, Liam was a NDCWales associate and Royal Ballet Junior associate before studying contemporary dance...
My Funniest Moment with Mike Denman
West End performer Mike Denman (The Bodyguard, Matilda, Chicago, Paddington 2) describes the funniest moment in his career.
About Mike Denman
A selection of theatre credits includes The Stalker in The Bodyguard (Original cast UK Tour), Henchman/understudy Mr Wormwood in Matilda RSC (Cambridge Th...
Six Ballet Tips with Erin Masaros & Josuha Webb
Join professional ballet dancers Erin (Orlando Ballet School) and Joshua (Royal Ballet School London) from the San Diego Ballet Company in hearing about their top tips about doing ballet practise at home safely and correctly.
About Erin Mesaros:
Erin began her dance training at the age of 5 nea...
TV Presenting with Nathan Connor
We caught up with TV presenter Nathan Connor (Milkshake! - Channel 5) and asked him all about how to get into TV presenting.
About Nathan Connor
Nathan started his entertainment journey aged 14 when he and a few friends made a boyband and performed at every school talent show they could. It was...
Stage Makeup with Nichola White
Professional makeup artist Nichola (Magic Goes Wrong, Waitress, 9 to 5) gives you her top tips on applying stage makeup.
About Nichola White
Nichola is a qualified freelance makeup artist from Brentwood, Essex, specialising in character makeup and airbrush application. Nichola has 15 years of ...
Musical Theatre: Dance Audition Tips with Emily Goodenough
Musical Theatre professional and choreographer Emily (Follies, Kiss Me Kate, Wizard of Oz, Cats) knows the importance —and the challenge—of owning a dance audition. Here is some sage advice to help you ace your audition!
About Emily Goodenough:
Emily trained at Corraine Collins Dance Studios, b...
Be Yourself! with Carrie & David Grant
The MOBO award-winning artists and vocal coaches (with a client list that includes Take That, The Spice Girls, Gwyneth Paltrow, Charlotte Church, The Saturdays, Lemar and Will Young) talk you through the importance of being you and not comparing yourself to others.
About Carrie and David Grant:
Rehearsal and Audition Tips with Nathanael Campbell
Join Nathanael (Come From Away) Musical Theatre professional in his process for preparing for auditions. Learn to understand the importance of really knowing your character and going back to basics with the 5 W's.
About Nathanael Campbell:
Theatre credits include: Come From Away (West End) Guys...
Performing In The Open Air with Julian Hoult
Theatre professional Julian Hoult (Jesus Christ Superstar, Sweeney Todd, Volpone) offers you some insights and top tips in performing outside.
About Julian Hoult:
Trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama First Class Honours Degree (Acting) Credits include: Original cast of Soho cinder...
Being Your Best You with Annie Southall
Musical Theatre professional and Stagecoach alumni Annie Southall (Mamma Mia!, The Boyfriend) explains how we should be inspired and learn from the masters and be inquisitive but more importantly, she encourages you to be yourself on stage.
About Annie Southall:
Training: Guildford School of Act...
Study Your Art with Colin Charles
West End Professional, Colin Charles (Cats, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Children of Eden), takes us through his key advice on being successful in the industry!
About Colin Charles
Colin Charles was trained at the Ballet Rambert School in Twickenham. Since leaving he has perfor...
Contemporary Dance Audition Tips with Liam Riddick