Play Act Drama School focuses on enhancing students core skills and self-development through creative play and drama. Whether they need to develop their self confidence to speak in class or improve their drama skills, the drama programme captures the imaginations of our students, encouraging each student to go on their own learning journey, while supporting each student to be inventive and creative.
The National Performing Arts School is located in the Docklands and Sandymount, and is open to students aged from 2 to 22 years old. Drama/acting classes include dramatic play, story enactment, imagination journeys, improvisation, theatre games, music, and dance. “Let’s pretend” is the norm in creative drama class, not just a child’s game. Every two years a show is performed in the Olympia Theatre.
The Gaiety School of Acting offers classes and drama for kids between 8 and 12 years old. Have fun, meet new friends, gain confidence and expand your little one's imaginations. They provide several different courses the Young Gaiety Drama Workshop to and extensive list of acting summer camps to suit your budding thespians!
⌂ Gaiety School of Acting Essex Street West, Temple Bar, Dublin 8
Curtain’s Up Drama School provides small class sizes and individual attention to students from 4yrs and up. The aim of the school is to create a safe and structured environment where participants can play and create. Classes include poetry and scripted performance in preparation for the Irish Board of Speech and Drama exams and our showcase, as well as work on improvisation, communication, creative drama, vocal technique, confidence building, mime and imagination.
⌂ St. Colmcille's Community School, Scholarstown Road, Knocklyon, Dublin 16