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Our theatre classes take place at Marriotts School, Stevenage, where our students come together every Saturday to connect, learn and create in a safe and inspiring environment. Through the performing arts, we give children and young adults the tools they need, not just to reach their potential on stage, but also to thrive at school and lay the foundations for their future.
About Theatretrain Stevenage
Theatretrain Stevenage is run by Centre Director Geraldine Hyman. We are part of a large network of Theatretrain Centre’s across the UK, which means we can tap into the network and connect with industry leading experts in the performing arts industry.
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Meet the Theatretrain Stevenage team
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Meet Geraldine Hyman, your Centre Director
Geraldine has a BA(Hons) in Popular Music and Technology and while at university she specialised in singing. From there she went on to teach both privately and with Theatretrain for over 5 years before becoming Centre Director of Theatretrain Camden in 2009 and took over Theatretrain Hitchin in 2016 and opened Theatretrain Stevenage in 2018. During this time she has lead her students in 7 local shows and 6 large scale shows.
Robert has worked with Theatretrain for over 20 years as the Musical Director. He has co-created all Theatretrain’s large scale productions. He is a Conductor, Composer and Arranger of note with over thirty scores to his credit. Other credits include: ‘The Big Life’ at the Apollo, Shaftesbury Avenue ‘Reasons to Be Cheerful’ (performed at the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Opening ceremony 2012) and ‘Come Dancing’, (written by and starring former Kinks front-man Ray Davies).
Eleanor has been performing since the age of two specialising in musical theatre and is now in the midst of her degree at a leading UK drama school. She has a diploma in Musical theatre singing through the London College of Music as well as an ISTD Intermediate Modern dance qualification. Eleanor has been teaching at various schools around the country for the last two years and has such a passion for spreading her joy of performing arts
Chakira has a BA(honours) in dance and professional practice from the university of Bedfordshire. In her 2nd year she focused on teaching and community practice.
Since graduating she has been teaching and loves it.
Her aim is to inspire young dancers and give them confidence in life whilst having fun.
More information coming soon
Jessie has had a passion for Music and Theatre since she was young and has performed in many plays, productions and full scale musicals. She also loves playing guitar and piano, busking and singing at events in her hometown Norwich. She has an Extended Diploma in Musical Theatre and is currently studying on the Degree Course at Emil Dale Academy.
Blog and Events
Nostalgia Series: Sheena Janssen’s Theatretrain Story in Braintree
International Summer School: Staying the Course
Nostalgia Series: Paris Austin’s Theatretrain Story in Greenwich
Nostalgia Series: Lauren Keeling’s Theatretrain Story from Coventry
Nostalgia Series: Dan Walton from Luton with his Theatretrain Story
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Please note our office is closed Saturday 6th August to Sunday 21st August.
All messages will be responded to on Monday 22nd August.