Contact Us

Please fill out the contact form and we will get back to you.

Thank you!



Name *

20-22 Bonham Road
15A All Fit Gardens, Mid-level, Hong Kong Island,
Hong Kong

+852 56 89 2272

CentreStage Studios HK is a drama and performing arts company based in Hong Kong. LAMDA exam, Speech Festival, confidence and communication coaching, musical theatre training are all available along with many more courses.

Meet The Team

Professionally trained team. Drama and LAMDA experts. Singing coach, dance coach, drama coach & LAMDA coach. 

LAMDA Hong Kong. LAMDA exams.



Training and experience is everything! Our coaches are industry experts. All coaches have both vocational training and professional industry experience. All senior coaches have been trained at the best vocational schools in the UK and America. Our coaches are passionate about students reaching their full potential and growing in confidence, courage and creativity. 

Kaijah Bell, Co-Founder & Director




As a professional drama coach entrusted with the education of young minds it is integral to me that my students grow academically, personally, and ethically. I establish a mutual respect and honest rapport with my students, in which communication and trust is of the highest priority. I act as a mentor to students, working on building their confidence and self-esteem, encouraging them to be courageous and take risks in a safe environment. I create bespoke lessons tailored to get the most out of each individual.  

With over twenty years’ industry experience I can’t remember life without drama. My training and performance experience began age eight with Gloria Berry at Bright Sparks Stage School. Before I began my full time vocational training I attended a series of summer courses at RADA and I concluded my training at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London and trained to be an actress. During my acting career I mainly worked in theatre including Hammersmith Lyric, Soho Theatre, The Albany Theatre, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Rose Theatre but to name a few. I have worked in Radio, TV and Film, including two feature films. I have been acting and coaching for many years and I am passionate about the performing arts. My enthusiasm and energy for it is evident in my classes. I believe that drama can only benefit children and everyone should encourage creative, imaginative and explorative thinking.





Having been introduced to the theatre from a young age, I was always aware of its power to inspire, innovate, and most importantly, to educate. Through CentreStage Studios HK I want to provide a foundation for young people in Hong Kong to enrich their imaginations, build self-confidence and experience the magic of performance. The theatre acts as one of the greatest platforms for children to grow and to cultivate the skills they need to take them forward into whatever paths they choose. At the heart of CentreStage’s training is the belief that every child has the potential to be a creative leader.

I began my vocational training at age eleven in classical ballet and contemporary dance at The Royal Ballet School White Lodge,  Elmhurst School for Dance and the Arts Educational School, Tring Park where I gained my National Trinity Diploma in Professional Dance. During this time I trained in the LAMDA syllabus and won the Advanced Communication Award in 2009.  I completed my LAMDA Communication LSDE & Performance LTCP certificates in 2010. Following my performance career with The Royal Ballet, English National Ballet and Matthew Bourne's New Adventures, I taught in the UK, Switzerland and Hong Kong.

From studying Anthropology and English Literature at Durham University and the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute in London alongside my MA in Performance and Creative Research in from Guildhall School of Music and Drama,  I have been inspired to take a cultural role in the Hong Kong arts community and to continue to provide an immersive and creative environment that encourages collaboration and innovation.





I am a singer, actor and musician. I was born in Canada and raised in Hong Kong. I received scholarship and graduated from the world renowned Berklee College of Music, Boston, majoring in Vocal Performance with a Minor in Drama. I was nominated as a proud representative for the Musical Theatre Initiative, Maltby Award, with the musical Godspell - held at the Kennedy Centre American College Theatre Festival. Recently, I was nominated by Hong Kong music producer and composer Chiu Tsang Hei to record the theme song for The Twentieth Anniversary of Hong Kong's return. I have extensive experience in Chinese pop music, opening for various large-scale acts. I had the opportunity to grace the stage and perform with pop star Wang Lee Hom at the prestigious Boston Symphony Hall. I possess a strong passion for teaching and have taught in Boston and Hong Kong. I have been appointed as the Singing Coach for the Summer Musical Schools produced by Excel, Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts for the past four consecutive years. I am continually in pursuit of my dream as an influential performer and educator and I strive for excellence in everything I do. I am always inspired to become a more dedicated, creative and an adventurous individual. 


 Eimear burns, CENTRESTAGE STUDIOS HK ACTING & Musical Theatre Coach

Tara Neilson.jpg

I graduated from Trinity College Dublin holding a Drama and Theatre Studies Degree (BA Hons). I have extensive theatre experience, starting at the tender age of 7 my passion for Theatre has grown into a full time career. Early beginnings had me involved with the Rozlyn Sheridan Stage School, National Youth Music Theatre (UK), MT4 Youth and StageWise. Throughout my youth I achieved grades in Classical singing, Musical Theatre and Acting through the New Era Academy and Trinity Guildhall. My training excelled throughout college to involve Youth Drama Facilitation, Physical Theatre, Musical Theatre, Devised Theatre, Directing and Dramaturgy and I now pride myself on being a well-rounded theatre maker. After college I had the wonderful opportunity to dive, head first, into the world of drama education and gained qualifications to teach IGCSE Drama and International Baccalaureate Theatre whilst working at a prestigious Malaysian boarding school.  I finally ended up in my beloved Hong Kong where I have had many opportunities to further develop my craft through multiple performance and directing opportunities, script writing and drama curriculum development. My mantra is, to be a great drama educator you must never stop educating yourself, strive to be a lifelong learner and lover of the arts. I have worked in many local and international schools and love to spread my enthusiasm and passion for theatre to the young people of Hong Kong. I am constantly impressed by the imaginative and creative power of the Hong Kong Youth and am so excited to be a part of the CentreStage Team.


ELLA TURNER, CENTRESTAGE STUDIOS HK senior Dance & Musical Theatre Coach


Ella 2.jpg

I am a recent graduate of Musical Theatre at the Guildford School of Acting. My training for the arts started at a young age. I have completed all major exams in ballet, jazz, tap, singing and acting. I have performed in a range of productions throughout my professional training and have had vocal, dance and acting coaching from some of the best teachers in the United Kingdom.  As a performing arts teacher, I love to work on a huge range of styles. From ballet to tap, and pop to musical theatre. Seeing children work hard, learn lots and have a great time in very rewarding. I am thrilled to be a part of the team at CentreStage Studios HK!





I am an artist and educator and am passionate about the art of movement and  the process of nature and nurture to explore the potential of movement and dance in every person. I followed classical ballet training at the Ballet Rosana Abubakir (Cuban Ballet Method) in Bahia - Brazil, from an early age until becoming a member of the teacher’s board, 1990. I hold Degree in Dance from University Federal of Bahia-Brazil and Master Degree in Fine Arts at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. I have taught Classical Ballet, Creative Dance and Contemporary Dance for many years and in various venues in Hong Kong. I founded Motive for Motion Dance Work Company and alongside this I am very happy to be part of the CentreStage team. 


Leah Fitzgerald, CENTRESTAGE STUDIOS HK senior Dance & Musical Theatre Coach


Leah Headshot.jpg

I started dancing at the age of three at a local dance school, where I found an immediate passion and love for all aspects of dance. I have trained for over fifteen years in Jazz, Modern, Ballet, Contemporary and Musical Theatre. In 2008, I competed nationally in the All England Dance Finals and went on to win first place in the contemporary duet section. This great achievement encouraged me to  continue my dance training professionally. After successfully auditioning and gaining a place at the prestigious Laine Theatre Arts, I trained full-time for three years. At Laine's I trained in all aspects of Dance and Musical Theatre. I graduated in 2012 with a National Trinity Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre, and teaching qualifications with the ISTD in Modern Theatre Dance. After graduating, I made my professional dance debut as a featured dancer in the multi-million pound show ‘Incanto’, Singapore. I have taught in the UK and have a lot of experience as a Dance, Drama and Musical Theatre Instructor. I have worked professionally as a choreographer on many shows and workshops.  


King WONG, CENTRESTAGE STUDIOS HK SENIOR Physical Theatre & Public Speaking COACH


I graduated from East 15 Acting School holding a Physical Theatre Degree (BA Hons). My training included Circus, Stage Combat and Puppetry. I have worked across the world as a puppeteer for many years. Professional performances include Windmillgrass Theatre Company's Super MAMA Supermarket, Make Friends with Puppets' Wola Jungle and Sidekick Project's Chinese Puppetry in Hong Kong. Alongside specialising in Western puppetry, I have expertise in traditional Chinese puppets and  have been fortunate to have learned many of my skills from Master Puppeteer, Wong Fai.

I am qualified to coach unarmed fighting and sword fighting and I have a lot of experience in choreographing fight scenes. I have been coaching professional stage and screen fighting for many companies such as the Nonsensemaker Theatre Company, Youth Art Foundation, Youth Outreach, and the International Academy of Film and Television.





I graduated from the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts EXCEL with a distinction Pearson BTEC Level 4 HNC Diploma in Performing Arts, majoring in Musical Theatre. I furthered my studies at Bird College in the UK, graduating with a Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre. 

I have extensive professional performance experience in theatre and commercial shows. I have a lot of experience teaching children and throughly enjoy doing so. I am very passionate about the performing arts and hope that I can share my knowledge, experiences and enthusiasm with the students. 



  • Over ten years industry experience 
bio (1).jpg

Granted the opportunity to explore the world of acting, dance and music since the age of four, the experience I’ve gained as a young pupil has fuelled my passion for the arts, particularly in music.    Having obtained the ABSRM Grade 8 Piano Certificate at the age of 14, I have done various performances since then. Through performing, I wish to use piano as a form of artistic expression that the audience may be able to resonate with.   I am currently studying a Bachelors degree in Translations and Interpretations. Coming from a multicultural background, I am honoured for being given the opportunity to conduct various piano performances in the U.K, as well as to teach piano and languages in Australia and Hong Kong for young pupils. I have also been an active member of a few drama productions in the past, including “Aladdin” and “Bugsy Malone”.   My passion lies in drama and music, they are perfect ways for young pupils to unlock their hidden creativity and to live their dreams and fantasies vicariously. 


  • Over two years industry experience

I am currently in my final year of High School at The Harbour School, Hong Kong. I have been a student at CentreStage Studios HK for two years. As such, I have been granted the opportunity to perform in a variety of different shows and concerts including performing at venues including The Great European Carnival, Maggie & Rose, The Leo Lee Arts Centre, The Hong Kong Cricket Club to name a few. At CentreStage Studios I have performed in shows including Dylan Thomas Night, CentreStage Cabaret, Annie and Bugsy Malone. In addition,  I have achieved taken my Grade 4, Grade 5 and Bronze Medal LAMDA Acting Examinations and achieved a distinction in all three.  

As well as acting, I enjoy dancing and singing. My favorite musicals include Bugsy Malone, Annie, Grease and Wicked.  At University, I hope to continue studying Drama and eventually make a career out of it, perhaps even in teaching! It is my hope that I can inspire students to pursue drama and musical theatre as much as Kaijah and Imogen have inspired me.




Amanda has worked as a teacher and coach for over twenty five years. She has taught Acting and consulted at many of the leading drama schools in the UK including, Webber Douglas where she was the Director of Studies (2002 – 2005), Arts Educational, Guilford School of Acing, E15, ALRA, Mountview, and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (2005 to present. Principal Lecturer in Acting / Course leader for the MA in Screen Acting). She has led BA and Masters programmes in Acting for stage and screen and Actor training and coaching and developed one of the first specialist Screen Acting programmes in the UK for Royal Central.

After her initial training at Dartington College of Arts Amanda was a performer, director and writer. She has directed many productions and toured nationally with various shows in community settings including Young People’s Theatre Venues, Prisons, Conferences, schools and colleges. As a director her productions have included an adaptation of The Overcoat by Gogol (Hen and Chickens); The Bald Prima Dona by Eugene Ionesco (Gate Theatre);  Picnic on a Battlefield by Fernando Arrabal (Gate Theatre) and Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca. Schools tour for the Gate Theatre, Over the Edge (Writer) Rosemary Branch Theatre. 

Her work in film and television began with coaching individual actors in preparation for auditions and roles on a variety of  films most recently: Noor directed by Ashvin Kapour (2016); Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Directed by Tim Burton (2016); The Night Of directed by Steven Zaillion HBO 2015; 10,000 Saints directed by Rob Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman (2014); X + Y directed by Morgan Matthews (2014); Enders Game directed by Gavin Hood (2013); Hugo directed by Martin Scorsese (2010/11); Jerusalem directed by Ian Rickson (2011) and Shakespeare Must Die directed by Ing K (2010).




Femi Oyeniran is a London-based actor/filmmaker who has starred in hit feature films including Kidulthood; Adulthood; Anuvahood; The Intent. Having starred in Demons Never Die, Femi embarked on writing his first feature film - It’s A Lot, which he co-wrote, co-directed and co-produced. It was released theatrically in 2013. Femi is next to be seen acting alongside Kelly Brook in romantic-comedy Taking Stock.

On completing his law degree at the London School of Economics (LSE) in 2008, Femi decided to focus on acting and filmmaking. His directorial debut was a semi-autobiographical short film called Fresh off the Boat and most recent Red Room. He also produces an online chat show concept called Cut the Chat. He has also shot a feature length documentary about fatherhood, which features Trevor McDonald, David Lammy and Spike Lee. In 2014, he produced a 10 x30 minute series for Sky Living called “Venus vs Mars”, which was transmitted in April 2015. 

As a producer, he is currently at the financing stage of Penny Woolcock’s next feature film The Day the Dog Died, a sports drama You Know What You Are and a feel-good drama Guerilla Poets. He also has several projects in development for TV and film including a comedy scribed with BAFTA award-winner Adam Deacon.

Femi also has a keen interest in politics. He has previously appeared on The Daily Politics; The Today Programme; BBC Breakfast; Sky News and BBC News 24 to discuss youth culture in London. He was also a commissioner on the Speaker of the House of Common’s Digital Democracy commission; making recommendations on how parliamentary democracy in the United Kingdom can embrace the opportunities afforded by the digital world. He recently delivered a TEDxHouseofParliament talk about youth offenders he worked with to create films called “Prison Democracy”. He also appears regularly as a newspaper reviewer on Sunrise on Sky News. He was also selected as a “Ones to Watch” delegate at the Edinburgh International TV Festival as well as being one of the 2015 cohort of Broadcast magazine’s “Broadcast Hot shot”.




Felicity has been a tutor for two years working internationally as an EFL and Modern Languages teach in Spain, Malaysia, Greece, Switzerland and the UK; she also runs workshops in confidence building for children. Felicity is a Programme Manager as a part of the Tutorfair Foundation team providing free tuition in State Schools across London. 

Felicity teaches French from beginners though to post-graduate level and Spanish from beginners to A Level, as well as English 11+/common entrance in all areas: verbal and non-verbal reasoning, comprehension and creative writing. She works to expand the emotional intelligence of a student and confidence building in individuals; helping students understand what is unique to them whilst making sure they don't go into interviews sounding like they've been prepped. She believes in unlocking a student's potential, helping them to access the subject and adapting at class to their needs.



Screen Shot 2018-09-03 at 2.18.56 PM.png

Theatre credits include: The Sound of Music (Leicester Curve); Little Shop of Horrors (Aberystwyth Arts Centre);  Soul Man (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Dreamboats and Petticoats (Playhouse Theatre, West End); Les Miserables (Queen's Theatre); The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's Theatre); The Wizard of Oz (Bristol Old Vic); The Pirates of Penzance (Olivier winner for Best Actor- Regent's Park Open Air Festival, National Theatre); Oklahoma! (Olivier winner for Best Actor - National Theatre); Doctor Doolittle (SFX); Sherlock Holmes (West End); Les Miserables (RSC); Heathcliff (original cast); A Tribute to the Blues Brothers (West End); Cats (New London Theatre); Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Barnum (Victoria Palace Theatre); King (Prince Edward Theatre); Billy Elliot (workshop - West End); Whistle Down the Wind (Sydmonton Festival).
Film credits include: Tom in Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast; Our Robot Overlords (Embankment Films) and Oklahoma! (National Theatre for DVD).
Television credits include: Galvant (ABC); Atlantis (BBC TV); Upstairs Downstairs (BBC TV) and Holby City (BBC TV).