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The Wild Art of Performance

What is it that sets a performance apart? That appeals to us so urgently that we find ourselves...
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The Application of Drama Skills in Communication

I have been an actor for more than ten years, following my three year classical training at the...
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'Take what you have and use it'

We all want to succeed. We all want to be happy. I am a big believer that to be successful in...
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There's No Business Like Show Business

There’s no business like show business...or so Irving Berlin wrote in the song of the same name...

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  • Miranda Dawe Chesham, HP5

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    I am a professional actor and have taught drama for companies such as Stagecoach for many years. This is my 6th year of coaching and submitting students for LAMDA exams in Acting, Verse and Prose and my newest subject Musical Theatre.
  • Gráinne Keenan Peckham Rye, SE15

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    Give it a go, theatrical folks!
  • Christopher Lakewood Acton, W3 Silver Member

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    Hello! My name is Christopher Lakewood I trained on the BA Hons at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and work as an actor, writer and tutor.
  • LAMDAwithHolly Rochester, ME2 Silver Member

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    I provide personalised tuition for the Acting and Communication courses with LAMDA. I currently work in schools and have had very successful examination results with most students achieving a Distinction! Very passionate about Drama and LAMDA!
  • Amanda Jayne Oakwood, DE21 Gold Member

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    As a voice coach, actor and examiner with over 20 years teaching experience I believe that every student deserves the highest quality education with dedication to personal tuition to encourage the best results.
  • Jon Osbaldeston Stockwell, SW8 Silver Member

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    I believe passionately in training and education for actors. I also believe that a judicious mixture of training in combination with real experience from working professionals is a must for any actor of any age preparing to enter the profession.
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  • The Philosophy Of Drama

    Nano Nagle Drama (general) Teacher (North West London) Picture Philosophy of DramaDrama is the expression of ideas, feelings and human experience through movement, sound, vocabulary, visual image and the realisation of role. Drama can teach valuable skills, such as self-awareness, empathy, cooperation and confidence. The teaching of drama develops the...
  • The Wild Art of Performance Editor's Pick

    Lucinda Cary Drama (general) Teacher (West London) Picture What is it that sets a performance apart? That appeals to us so urgently that we find ourselves unable to look away? Think of Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, or Leonardo de Caprio. Actors that seem to reveal depths to us that defy us not to be moved, or at the very least reached. What is that...
  • 'Take what you have and use it'

    Clio Davies Drama (general) Teacher (South West London) Picture We all want to succeed. We all want to be happy. I am a big believer that to be successful in life you must do what makes you happy. If you are passionate about acting and want to gain the skills needed to pursue it as a career, then look no further than within yourself. You already have the...

 

  • There's No Business Like Show Business

    Jon Osbaldeston Drama (general) Teacher (South West London) Picture There’s no business like show business...or so Irving Berlin wrote in the song of the same name in 1946. He was right. Deciding to enter this profession is brave and risky and full of insecurity both professional and personal, but ultimately wonderful. I don’t think you choose to be an actor,...
  • The Application of Drama Skills in Communication Editor's Pick

    Theo Drama (general) Teacher (South West London) Picture I have been an actor for more than ten years, following my three year classical training at the Oxford School of Drama. It’s well-known that acting can be quite a precarious career, and so between acting jobs I have done my best to make ends meet by utilising acting-related communication skills...
  • Your drama goals: choosing a monologue Editor's Pick

    Drama (general) Teacher (South West London) Picture Whether you aspire to be a famous actor, or simply to gain confidence in speaking in public, achieving your goals takes hard work. Often you can find yourself asking the question 'am I enough?' The answer is always yes, you are. Even if you are a six foot three hundred pound woman who wants to...