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Our next show is almost here! We will be presenting Godspell at the Pavilion, Exmouth, between Tuesday 10th and Saturday 14th April 2018. The show starts at 7:30pm on each evening and there is also a matinee performance on Saturday … Continue reading
Get into the spirit and Step into Christmas with Centre Stage! Come and join the company as we perform all your favourite festive songs at the Pavilion, Exmouth, on Sunday 17th December 2017. There will be two performances, one at … Continue reading
Be a part of our award-winning company! We will be holding auditions for new members on Friday, 10th November 2017 at Withycombe Methodist Church Hall between 7pm and 8:30pm. Auditionees need to be in year 7+ and under 21 years … Continue reading
Our next show is almost here! We will be presenting Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel at the Pavilion, Exmouth, between Tuesday October 24th and Saturday 28th October 2017. Tickets are available from the LED Leisure web site at https://www.ledleisure.co.uk/exmouth-pavilion/book-now/carousel.
Centre Stage are once again competing in the All England Dance competition. Today we dusted off our Barnum costumes to perform at the next round of competition in Cheltenham — and we have performed our way through to the finals … Continue reading
On Monday 20th March, we were honoured to be asked by the Mayor Brian Cole to open the Exmouth Town Council AGM. The members sang Somewhere Over the Rainbow and Join the Circus from our upcoming production of Barnum.
Centre Stage recently pre-auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent. We hope the Executive producers will like us and put us though to the next round. It’s a waiting game so keep your fingers crossed. WATCH THIS SPACE………….
We took part in the finals of the All England Dance festival on 31st July at 19.50 (to be precise!) The All England Dance Competition, founded in July 1923, is the only one of its kind in the world. … Continue reading
Our last production was Sweeney Todd-The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Unanimously acclaimed by the critics as one of Stephen Sondheim’s most powerful scores, this black comedy concerns the infamous homicidal career of Sweeney, the unjustly exiled barber who returns to … Continue reading