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Stage Centre Management is a thriving co-operative actors agency based in North London.
Formed in 1982, the agency represents around 25 actors across all areas of the industry, from recent graduates to experienced professionals.
Through the dedication, commitment and diversity of its members, Stage Centre has remained one of the strongest communities within the acting industry for more than 30 years.
Stage Centre is a Member of the CPMA [Co-operative Personal Management Association] who represent our professional interests and provide support for us with industry institutions such as Equity and Spotlight.
Stage Centre prides itself on having a professional, personal & knowledgeable relationship with figures across the industry, whilst also maintaining a friendly and supportive atmosphere between clients.
Our clients enjoy being part of a vibrant community of motivated professionals and we regularly provide support with career planning, job selection, headshots etc.
This community support is a key [and often overlooked] advantage of joining a co-op.
We are a not-for-profit company; the development of our clients careers are our central concern.
We also provide support and advice for our clients to help them develop their careers.
We place a high emphasis on actors as individuals rather than just 'casting types'.
Stage Centre members regularly appear in the West End, in feature films, on UK and European theatre tours, on television and in commercials.
Lesley Cook in Alice in Wonderland for the New Vic Theatre, Stoke.
Bernard O'Sullivan in The Past is a Tattooed Sailor at The Old Red Lion.
Oliver Byng performing in Wind in the Willows at Kew Gardens.
Neil McCormack in David Leddy's Long Live the Little Knife
Julia Munrow in dreamthinkspeak's Underground.
Helena Payne in Pleasuredome Theatre's production of Macbeth.
Stage Centre Management is sad to announce the passing of our client Graeme Eton.
Graeme’s work spanned many decades. His innumerable credits included theatres throughout the UK and on the West End, the RSC and Royal National Theatre.
He worked with the likes of Adrian Noble, Lindsay Posner, Michael Attenborough and Alan Ayckbourn and his television career saw him on shows such as Doctor Who and Eastenders.
He was a well-respected and hard-working actor and a valued member of the acting community. He will be deeply missed.