Privacy Policy

Centre Stage London collects personal data for various purposes outlined below. 


If you would like to read more about your general data rights, such as accessing or updating your data, you can find them summarised below.




If you are a member of Centre Stage London, then in order to manage your membership we will collect your name and email address. 


Being a member of Centre Stage London means being able to audition for our shows and being kept up to date on all our activities - and as such we will only use your personal data for these purposes for which you have a legitimate interest. We will not share your data with any third parties without your prior consent.


We may need to store your data for our financial and membership records, but once you data is no longer needed for this purpose, it will be archived.




If you have explicitly asked to be kept up to date on Centre Stage London's activities, we retain your name and email address so we can send you occasional updates about auditions, shows, socials, masterclasses and other activities, but for only this purpose.


We will keep this information until you inform us that you no longer wish to receive updates.




If you opt in to our marketing mailing list, we will keep your name and email address so we can inform you of any upcoming Centre Stage shows or related activities.

We will keep this information until you inform us that you no longer wish to receive updates.




Centre Stage London is a UK charity and operates for the public interest so must report its financial activities publicly. Centre Stage London may need to collect and store your personal data if it forms part of our financial reporting requirements.


You personal data may be shared with other parties to properly manage the charity (e.g. during our annual financial examination) but will not be shared for marketing purposes.


If your transactions with Centre Stage London are significant, it may be in the public interest to report them publicly in our Annual Report.



Your rights are summarised below but if you would like more information on these rights, you can find out more on the ICO’s website.


Your right to be informed entitles you to know in a clear and obvious wording who is collecting your data, why it is being collected, if data will go to third parties or other countries, how long data will be retained and why, your data rights and if the data is automatically processed or used for profiling.


Your right to restrict processing allows you to tell us to stop processing your data if you believe the data is wrong, no longer needed or unlawful.


Your right to object lets you absolutely object to data being used in direct marketing, and object in other situations where we cannot prove legitimate grounds for processing.


Your right to access entitles you to request any data we hold on you to be delivered without delay within a month, for free. If the request is not simple a reasonable fee, reflecting the administrative cost, may be charged and it may take up to 3 months to reply but you will be notified without delay. If your request is declined you will receive an explanation why and you may complain to the ICO.


Your right to erasure says data must be deleted if you request it unless we have a legal obligation to retain it.


Your right to rectification allows you to request data to be updated within a month (or 3, if it is not simple) if the data is inaccurate or incomplete. If your request is declined you will receive an explanation why and you may complain to the ICO.


Your consent must be given before any decisions can be made solely on an automated basis. This is called automated processing and you may request human input.


Your right to data portability says that if your data collection was automated, you can request your data in a common format (e.g. CSV) and request it to be sent direct to another organisation within a month (or 3, if it is not simple). If your request is declined you will receive an explanation why and you may complain to the ICO


Profiling is defined as automated processing to evaluate personal aspects of an individuals and must be done fairly, transparently, accurately and using appropriate mathematics


If you have any questions about this privacy policy or how and why we process personal data, please contact Centre Stage London’s Data Protection Officer at


Centre Stage London is a registered charity with The Charity Commission for England and Wales (charity no. 279647).


Our public general contact information is

Centre Stage London

19 Harper Road



07761 400353


Our privacy policy will occasionally be reviewed and we will place any updates on this web page. If there are any fundamental changes to the policy we will send you a communication about the updates. 

This privacy policy was last updated on 24/05/2018.