Improve your teamwork and confidence-building with Unistage

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A Unistage provides the space for any children, or adults to express themselves creatively and share their experience with friends and family.

Unistage is much more than steel frames and wooden decks. A Unistage transforms any school, church or village hall into a unique venue where magical moments are shared and memories made and treasured by:

  • Performers.
  • Teachers.
  • Producers and set designers.
  • Proud parents, friends and relatives in the audience.

A Unistage provides the space for any children, or adults to express themselves creatively and share their experience with friends and family. Performing on a Unistage enriches the lives of all concerned through personal development, improved teamwork, and confidence-building.

In schools and colleges, stage performances can be an essential component of the modern curriculum. Performing enhances the individual creatively, but also incorporates.

  • The development of critical and cognitive-thinking.
  • Improved inter-personal skills.
  • Empathy with other pupils and students.

A stage is truly a great place for learning and development. Drama, dance, choir and orchestra performances will widen each individual's knowledge and cultural experiences. Performing on a Unistage also helps to stimulate creative problem-solving, encourage risk-taking, break down barriers, and challenge personal prejudices.

Visit our new website at www.unistage.co.uk, or to request a copy of our new Unistage brochure, call 01254 680575 or email enquiry@unistage.co.uk


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