Centre Stage is a Scripture Union holiday run by a fantastic team of volunteers for a week in summer in the UK.
We are a creative arts holiday. During the week we have sessions involving dance, drama, singing, visual arts and lot of other fun stuff !
Our aim is to provide a fun and safe environment for people to explore their gifts in the arts and their personal relationship with God.
We have got a fantastic team of volunteers who come and give their time (and pay to come!)
Centre Stage started in 2019 by the team behind Curtains Up!. CU! has the same aims as Centre Stage But is aimed at the older 14-17 age group.
Centre Stage is a Scripture Union Holiday
Scripture Union staff and Volunteers work in more that 130 countries to make God’s Good News known to children, young people and families. Scripture Union’s Work in Britain includes schools work, missions, family ministry, helping Christians to read the bible and supporting the church through training and resources.
Scripture Union has been running holidays for more than 100 years.
To find out more about the work of Scripture Union England and Wales you can visit the Website at www.scriptureunion.org.uk
Here you will find details about all the latest publications – books, Bible notes, resources etc. – as well as information about Schools work and missions. You will also be able to check the details of all of SU’s holidays and see whether there are still vacancies on your chosen holiday.
Penn State Centre Stage Virtual (PSCS-Virtual) is offered free to the public and was created to support our students during this difficult time. Please consider a donation to the School of Theatre Future Fund which allows us to help offset financial needs of students in the School of Theatre who are adversely impacted and in need of emergency. Centre stage meaning: 1. The middle of a theatre stage 2. A situation in which someone or something receives a lot of. Center Stage is a 2000 American teen drama film directed by Nicholas Hytner about a group of young dancers from various backgrounds who enroll at the fictitious American Ballet Academy in New York City. The film explores the issues and difficulties in the world of professional dance, and how each individual copes with the stresses.
Center Stage Theater
1The centre of a stage.
- ‘She was at center stage making her curtain call.’
- ‘As each of four sets is pushed to centre stage, the garden's usurpation of the kitchen is delightfully revealed.’
- ‘So courtiers, listening to an amazing tale, sit down on the ground across center stage in a row, the talebearer getting down similarly opposite the front man in the lineup.’
- ‘The attention felt odd as if I were an actress on center stage of an award winning play.’
- 1.1The most prominent position.‘finance is taking centre stage in debates on policy’
- ‘Taking centre stage at yesterday's press conference was Paul Burke who will start at out half in place of the injured Ronan O'Gara.’
- ‘Taking centre stage over the two days is an array of tall ships from all over the world.’
- ‘A fairhaven schoolboy got his hands on one of the most famous pieces of silverware in football this week - and he'll be taking centre stage before 80,000 people at a major final next year.’
- ‘Yet on polling night, he devoted only about a seventh of his programme to the US election, George Redmond's credulity-stretching performance taking centre stage.’
- ‘The integrity of executives is taking centre stage, just as obscene rewards for them leaves it; longer-term value and the interests of employees are set to play a bigger role.’
- ‘A musical reliving the Dons' incredible European Cup-Winners' Cup triumph of 20 years ago will be taking centre stage in a Granite City theatre.’
- ‘In this way, budding fashion designers who are not too keen on taking centre stage get a chance to ensure that their creative designs get all the appreciation and accolades.’
- ‘Popular games that used to be tangible once upon a time have their duplicates taking centre stage now - be they card games, board games or even building blocks!’
- ‘The Royal Horticultural Society's Wisley June Flower Show will be held from Tuesday to Thursday, with sweet peas and delphiniums taking centre stage.’
- ‘Humanitarian concerns were taking centre stage.’
- ‘The ‘fog of war’ hid these concerns, but now they're taking centre stage.’
- ‘But one of the driving reasons Dubai is taking centre stage as the world's forceful new holiday destination is its unashamed consumerism.’
- ‘Dozens of new generation hockey players are taking centre stage in the next ten days at the second annual Peter Feasby Celebration Trophy tournament.’
- ‘The friends have spent a day taking centre stage in front of the cameras putting together a report for a new children's series called Up2U.’
- ‘But it's Rory who is increasingly taking centre stage and his continued success has made his father realise he could go to the top.’
- ‘Earnings will continue to pour in with financials taking centre stage.’
- ‘Instead of addressing economic reform, Taiwan and economic control are taking centre stage.’
- ‘Cheerleading is no longer on the sidelines at major sporting events; it is taking centre stage.’
- ‘It's May Day bank holiday and this year the VE Day anniversary celebrations are taking centre stage.’
- ‘This is important because the private sector should be seen to be taking centre stage in our economy.’
1At or towards the middle of a stage.
- ‘He stands centre stage, raising his arms like a talented preacher.’
- ‘Regardless of what was happening centre stage, I was continually drawn to watch this character and to Mr. Poynder's unfaltering interpretation.’
- ‘She strides center stage, cheeks sagging with woe, and reads from a note card - great tragedy, brilliant talent, unrecoverable loss.’
- 1.1In or towards the most prominent position.‘Asian countries have moved centre stage for world business’
- ‘Supply chain management has moved center stage largely because of globalization.’
- ‘The prospect of 'green' data centers has moved center stage.’
- ‘The city's seedy side has moved center stage.’