LAMDA is one of the UK’s oldest and most respected awarding bodies for the Performing Arts and has been offering practical examinations in communication and performance subjects for over 130 years.
LAMDA qualifications have helped hundreds of thousands of candidates of all ages and abilities to develop lifelong skills. You can download the LAMDA exams brochure here and read more online at https://www.lamda.ac.uk/examinations
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THE BENEFITS OF LAMDA COURSES
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Acting courses at every level develop confidence as well as the student's ability use their body and voice to express themselves clearly. Students will choose pieces to perform with the help of their coach. They will then work through the variety of technical and interpretational skills necessary to delivery the monologue or song through their coaching sessions both group and private. Along side they will be also work on the knowledge component of the course. This is the part of the exam where they have to answer questions about their pieces and how they have created the characters for performance.
Musical Theatre is designed for singers and actors. Musical Theatre courses build skills in movement, staging, and singing technique, while exploring character, lyrics, subtext, context, style, and form in order to realize the specific demands of the song and/or scene. Musical Theatre exams complement exams in Acting, and the medal-level courses also include the study of Musical Theatre as a whole. Contrasting Musical Theatre pieces are selected, studied, staged, memorized, and performed for both the exam and an optional public showcase. Medal-level exams can award up to 30 UCAS points for university admissions.
This course provides the tools to help learners construct speeches, use positive body language, and engage with a wide range of communication techniques, including vocal projection and diction. Students gain personal development skills in organization, group discussion, speech-writing, and presentation methods used in all areas of public speaking. Students prepare speeches for both the exam and a sharing showcase.