At LAMDA we offer exceptional vocational training to actors, technicians, stage managers and directors from around the world. As a world-leading conservatoire, we are committed to seeking out the most talented dramatic artists and technicians and to nurturing that talent, regardless of a student’s background. We do this so that our graduates can have the most extraordinary impact across the performing arts through the quality of their work.

We are proud to have a faculty of experienced tutors; experts in their respective fields and all dedicated to the progress and well-being of our students. Our long-established relationships with industry colleagues mean we work closely with agencies, technical partners and professional writers, designers, directors and actors. This combined expertise ensures our teaching reflects the latest developments and opportunities in the industry and gives our students exposure to the most comprehensive and rigorous training possible.

The ensemble is at the heart of our work and we place collaboration at the core of what we do. We are proud of the supportive and open learning environment we have cultivated at LAMDA, giving students a solid foundation on which to build a lasting and rewarding career. LAMDA graduates are highly sought after for their ability, passion, commitment and openness – qualities that are underpinned by superb skills and
technique. We deal in excellence and imagination and students are encouraged to take risks knowing that there is a community of peers and mentors to support them on their journey.

This is a particularly exciting time to be at LAMDA as the completion of our £28.2 million redevelopment provides our incoming students with state-of-the-art facilities in which to explore and learn their craft. I hope our prospectus gives you a taste of what we offer. Explore our website for more or join the LAMDA community on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

I look forward to meeting you at LAMDA.

Joanna Read
LAMDA Principal

“My time at LAMDA was mind-opening and fun. I learnt skills that have been of daily use in my work as a professional actor.”

Benedict Cumberbatch

Benedict Cumberbatch,
LAMDA alumnus

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