A Watford performing arts academy - the NRYA - is offering public speaking workshops
to help develop self-motivation, confidence and presentation skills. Through these, students can achieve qualification with LAMDA - the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, a leading British drama school. Qualifications are the speech and drama equivalent of a music grade.
NRYA founder and teacher, Nichola Rees, is highly qualified and experienced - her academy achieving a 100% pass rate in all its LAMDAexaminations. Since Nichola started the NRYA in 1995 as a one-woman show', it has grown into a vibrant company of drama, theatre and speech specialists. During 22 years Nichola has produced over 30 shows, such as Grease, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Oliver Twist. Her enthusiastic team are committed to creating a fun, stimulating environment in which students can learn and perform.
Having 15 years' experience as a professional actress and TV/radio presenter, as well as
publishing her own book, Nichola also presents and facilitates training workshops for corporate firms up and down the country.
Nichola's LAMDA classes are held every Saturday at Cassiobury Junior School and Monday at St Luke's Church, Watford.
Intensive Public Speaking LAMDA courses are also held during the school holidays. The NRYA runs a LAMDA School on a Monday while at the popular Saturday Theatre School children have weekly drama workshops and then rehearse for an annual production that takes place at the Pump House Theatre.
For more information contact Nichola on 07702965851 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult public speaking courses are available through www.raiseyourpotential.co.uk and the phone number given.