Welcome to Louise Marie Stage School where we offer outstanding performing arts classes to children aged 3 - 15 in Nigeria.
We strive to realise the potential of every child, by stretching their imagination and fuelling their creativity through drama, singing, dance and public speaking classes.
Your child is about to embark on a journey they will never forget, that will build them up to be incredibly confident men and women.
Performing arts encourages children to think, develop their skills and self-confidence. It creates a safe place for them to trust their ideas and explore everything possible.
Our vision is to create a school that not only produces outstanding performers but outstanding people!
Louise Marie Stage School’s mission is to change the lives of children for the better. Our core focus is to develop and build strong confident characters that will make a difference to their generation. We believe that every child has something special within them and it just takes a place like Louise Marie Stage School to bring it out of them.
“Now is the time for parents to lay a foundation of greatness, self-esteem, discipline and confidence that will truly last forever”
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Temi Conde Holloway has been involved in performing arts since she was 11 years old; she has performed in well-known theatres in the UK such as Her Majesty's Theatre (current residence of Phantom of the Opera in the WEST END) The Royal Albert Hall and The Royal Court. Temi Conde Holloway studied at the Royal Welsh School of Music and Drama where she obtained a BA in Acting. She has filmed alongside Ricky Gervais in his TV series called Life's too Short (BBC) which also starred Johnny Depp, Liam Neeson and Steve Carrel, as well as the children's TV series called 'Tatis Hotel' (ITV).
Her passion for the Arts is what drove her to establish a performing arts school dedicated to building confident children.