EXAMS IN ACTING, VERSE AND PROSE, AND MORE...
What are LAMDA exams?
LAMDA exams are an accredited qualification in theatre and dramatic arts, examined by one of the UK's top drama schools, the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
Every year, EYT prepares over 100 students for their LAMDA exams, from the ages of 6 to 18. As they begin their LAMDA journey, students can learn to perform short monologues and poems, working their way up to classic texts and complex modern works when they reach the higher grades.
There are exams in Acting, Musical Theatre, Shakespeare, and many more! These qualifications contribute points to your UCAS application for British universities, and are recognised worldwide as valuable experience which can added to your CV or university application!
Price includes full course of teaching, taught over 10 weeks with a mixture of in-person and online. Does not include exam fee.
Starting from 200€
Acting Exam learners develop their vocal, physical and interpretive skills while they delve into characters and explore the background of dramatic texts. Alongside producing authentic performances of their chosen scenes, they also gain an understanding of the context and characters within them.
Speaking Verse and Prose
Verse and Prose learners develop a whole host of skills, from speaking clearly and using voice projection, to improving memorisation and building an understanding of poetry and prose which supports studies in English literature. As learners progress through the levels they interact with the texts, responding to them with imagination and using body language and expression to engage an audience.
LAMDA’s Shakespeare qualification is designed for learners who wish to explore the work of the world’s most famous writer in the English language. With a syllabus based around the plays and sonnets of William Shakespeare, these exams encourage a deep immersion into Shakespeare’s work.
Speaking In Public
Speaking in Public exams prepare our learners for a task that daunts so many people. Learners write their own speeches, researching the topics, creating visual aids and presenting them from memory (although they can use notecards, if they prefer). As they progress through the grades they will develop the ability to speak clearly and project their voice for an audience. They’ll discover the techniques they require to engage an audience and to structure their speech effectively.