Stagecoach Theatre Arts

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Stagecoach Theatre Arts

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Why Franchise with Stagecoach?
With a Stagecoach Theatre Arts franchise you can combine job satisfaction with the capacity to invest for the future.

The Market
There are over 7 million school-going children in the UK, which is expanding every year. The children’s performing arts industry has grown rapidly over the last 10 years fed by the increase of talent shows. However, there is limited competition offering the three disciplines of dance, drama and singing in one place, in one weekly session, with a sound basis on education. Indeed, there is such a need that some schools have opened with a full register and a waiting list.

A Stagecoach franchise offers the opportunity to run part-time Theatre Arts schools at weekends during the academic year, teaching kids the skills to sing, dance and act. Most franchisees start with a single school catering for 45 students (15 in each age group) and open additional schools once the first school is full. This Franchise can offer the right person a chance to follow an ambition to have a theatre school along with a significant part-time income, while balancing family commitments. For many franchisees it is now a full-time career.

The Training
All new Principals will receive a comprehensive week’s training to run a Stagecoach School. They will also have access to manuals, software and systems to run the business professionally and efficiently. Ongoing advice, support and training is offered to Franchisees thereafter.

You, The Principal
Being a Principal of a Stagecoach Theatre Arts School, brings with it much satisfaction. Each Principal brings their own creative and personal input, however the winning formula of product, training and support should ensure the success of new schools. Principals do not teach (experienced professionals take the classes), they are responsible for the standards of education, discipline, care and control of students.




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