6 training courses found
Shakespeare Summer School is an in-depth practical acting course designed to develop a greater understanding of poetic drama and encourage a creative approach to solving the challenges involved in performing classical work. There will be classes in acting, pure movement, physical theatre, stage combat, historical dance, Alexander Technique, singing and textual analysis alongside two scene study workshops that focus on the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
Ideal for students with some theatre experience who may not have worked on camera, this course explores the essential skills required for film or television acting. Students work both one-to-one and in small groups with a professional director, learning how to interpret a screenplay and develop credible characters.
This two-week course is ideal for anyone considering a place at drama school. Taught by the same tutors who lead LAMDA's full-time training, students will be taken through vocal techniques, physical exercises, text work and presentation skills to build confidence and ability in the audition room.
Our Shakespeare short course is an intensive, practical course that helps students become as comfortable with poetic drama as they are with naturalistic plays. Working in acting companies of no more than 15 students, the work will include classes in acting, movement, historical dance, stage combat, physical theatre, Alexander Technique and singing .
This English as a Foreign Language course is designed for non-native speakers of English who wish to improve the way they communicate. Perfect for anyone wishing to train as an actor and for those already working in the industry, the course offers a combination of practical drama training and English language tuition.
If you are considering drama school, this is an excellent opportunity to experience vocational actor training at LAMDA! This course closely mirrors the work of students on LAMDA’s Foundation Diploma.Students on this course receive tuition in acting, voice, movement, dance, improvisation and Shakespeare .