BUDDING performers from Basingstoke's Stagecoach Performing Arts had a thrilling three days at Disneyland Paris learning how Disney performances are put together.

They participated in a performance and workshop with the cast of Beauty and the Beast, took part in mock auditions and visited Disney Recording Studios where they recorded vocals for their performance.

According to Stagecoach Performing Arts, which was established 35 years ago, the school provides students with the support and dedication of experienced principals and assists in developing them into well-rounded individuals prepared to seize life's opportunities.

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Basingstoke Gazette: Stagecoach students at Disneyland Paris

James Bulgin, principal of Stagecoach Basingstoke, said: "The students had the best time absorbing all the great advice and guidance they received from the Disney team, providing them skills they can use throughout their life, not just in performing arts. They will certainly treasure these special memories."

Stagecoach offers early stages classes for children aged four to six and main stages classes for six to 18-year-olds and says many of its students have pursued studying and working in the performing arts sector.

Stagecoach has a global network of over 55,000 students, with more than 3,000 extra-curricular performing arts schools worldwide. 

For more details on Stagecoach Performing Arts, visit stagecoach.co.uk.