LAMDA Speech & Drama Classes
New to LAMDA? The London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art are an internationally, renowned drama school, who like us, believe in the transformative power of the arts. LAMDA qualifications are recognised world-wide and can be included on a CV, resume, senior school application/scholarship and can even earn UCAS points for entry to university! Some of the many benefits of studying LAMDA are increased confidence, improved physicality of speech and language and enhanced communication and conversational skills.
We recognise that many of you may not be able to attend or access extra-curricular clubs and activities so for those of you who long to continue your LAMDA Speech & Drama studies and for others of you who are keen to take up a new area of study and enrich your week,
we're here for you.
Learn to act from your living room!
Our weekly LAMDA Online classes prepare learners of all ages for the full suite of LAMDA Performance and Communication examinations. We also work with learners on audition/scholarship/interview preparation, oracy skills, arts career development and sometimes, just for fun! Classes are tailored to suit the individuals, working as 1-2-1 or in small groups with a professional, qualified teacher and creative mentor.
"Delivering 1:1 & small group classes online has proved to be a highly effective way of teaching & learning LAMDA. The creative, weekly interaction has had a hugely positive impact on both students and myself. I hope to be able to meet, inspire and teach many more of you."
Director - Candice Clift-Savill
If you would like to arrange a private, in-person LAMDA lesson, please enquire.
Classes are available for adults & children, Mon-Sat during and after school hours and run for 45 mins.
To start your online or in-person classes and for more information contact Candice via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
'The benefits of oracy skills go far beyond academic achievement and employability however, they boost a whole range of social, emotional and interpersonal skills, including self-confidence, self-awareness, resilience and empathy. Having the skills and confidence to speak up and believe in yourself has also been shown to enhance our sense of happiness and well-being, preventing the isolation that comes from feeling side-lined.' esu.org