Celebrate 20 years of Centre Stage, a creative and performing arts school in Singapore!

Centre Stage: Music, arts and theatre for kids in Singapore
Snap up spots to Centre Stage’s early years program – perfect for expressive little bubs!

We love our kids to bits, but raising kids definitely comes with a healthy side order of drama. But here’s the lightbulb moment: drama is good – it just needs to be the right kind! Enter Centre Stage. It’s the perfect outlet for creative kiddos, helping them grow in confidence and develop their imaginations. We likey!

So what is Centre Stage? Well, it’s a creative and performing arts school that runs extra-curricular classes during term, as well as holiday camps during, well, holiday time. And it’s celebrating its 20th anniversary! With such a huge milestone coming up, it’s curated an exciting program of events, from workshops and productions to a full-on party.

For 20 years, the school has helped pass on life skills such as confidence, empathy and creativity to kiddos aged six months up to 18 years. Yep, sometimes imaginative little ones just need the correct outlet to shine!

Centre Stage offers 20 different courses for kids from six months all the way up to adults across four different departments: Early Years, Drama, Dance and Musical Theatre. Coming up in its calendar is the school’s annual Christmas Show on 30 November and 1 December… definitely not to be missed.

No matter what part of Singapore you live in, Centre Stage has a location in both the west (One North) and in the east (Laguna Park). A little birdie told us that the school is soft launching classes at the brand new Core Collective in Dempsey, so be sure to check those out, too.

HoneyKids-GOODIESCelebrate 20 years with Centre Stage as it offers special discounts on its Early Years classes. You’ll get $20 off the parent and toddler classes each week (Baby Stage & Play Stage). Or you could sign up for three mornings of Out of the Box, its nursery-style program, and get the fourth day free. Each offer is valid until the end of 2019.


This article is sponsored by Centre Stage