JUNIOR SPEECH, MIME, DRAMA & ACTING CLASS

JUNIOR SPEECH, MIME, DRAMA & ACTING CLASS

A 3 hour class – 1 and a half hours speech & mime training & 1 and a half hours drama & acting

The school places a huge emphasis on Speech Training (which used to be called Elocution) both for performance and everyday communication. This drama and speech class is also suitable for children with speech problems and lazy speech.

The Children will work on: Storytelling, Poetry Speaking & Writing, Reading Aloud, Speech & Communication Games.

They are also introduced to the art of Mime and work is prepared for grade examination in Speech and Drama and Feiseanna.

The drama aspect of the course encourages personality development and building of confidence and creativity. Work covers : Theatre Games, Movement to Music , Sensitivity Training, Improvisation, Characterisation, Introduction to Script.

Class Ages: Junior 7 -10 years

Duration: 3 & a half hours weekly. (Children can avail of full course or part of the course if they wish – contact us for more details).

Classes start: New term starts in September and runs for 10 weeks

Time: 9.45am

Cost €500 – Avail of the 10% discount if you book by 1st September. See below for more details

Grades: This course covers initial grades 1, 2, 3 and the Trinity Guild exam (details of which will be given nearer the time)

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 New Term 2018

Registration is now open for Term 3 which commences on Sat 24th March!
Study Speech, Drama, Mime and Film!

Cúisle Arts and Cultural Centre,
St. Louis High School, Rathmines, Dublin 6.

Registration Day will take place on the 14th of March from 4pm - 8pm.  Alternatively download & post the application form below

Download Application Form

 

 

Some past students of our Drama & Theatre School

Betty Ann has taught many people who are now famous in various areas of the Arts and Business. She has adjudicated all over Ireland and Britain. She loves teaching and her passion shows in her work and the results achieved by her students.

(In Alphabetical order)

Claudia Boyle – Opera Singer

Claudia Carroll – Actor/Writer

Peter Crawley – Critic/Journalist

Jim Culleton – Director

Pádraic Delaney – Actor

Ciara Dwyer – Journalist/Writer

Emma Donoghue – Author

Ruth Gilligan – Writer

Rosemary Henderson – Actor

Amy Huberman – Actor/Writer

Deirdre Kinahan – Playwright

Dervla Kirwan – Actor

Paul Keoghan – Lighting/Set Designer

Áine Lawlor – Television

Justine Mitchell – Actor

Diarmuid Noyes – Actor

Jim O’Hanlon – Director

Hugh O’Conor – Actor

Shane O’Reilly – Actor

Marian Richardson – Radio

Eleanor Shanley – Singer