We’re Back!

It’s been five long months, but we’re delighted to announce that The Lir Academy is slowly returning back to normal, with upcoming classes, courses and new productions. Here’s what you need to know!

To ensure everyone’s safety, The Lir Academy has created a series of detailed COVID-19 protocols. You can find The Lir Academy COVID-19 Resumption of Activity Masterplan here. We ask members of the public to make themselves familiar with the public access and audience protocols outlined in the document, before entering the building.

Short Courses

We’re returning to normal with three in-person courses starting this October, and availability is already limited. Better get booking!

Introduction to Screen Acting
5th October – 14th December
Every Monday evening

LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Book your place HERE.

Introduction to Acting
6th October – 8th December
SOLD OUT
Click the Enquire Now button HERE to register your interest for the next course.

Character and Scene Study
8th October -10th December
Every Thursday evening

ONLY TWO PLACES LEFT
Apply HERE.

Coming Up: Gradfest 2020

Four brand new live theatre productions are coming up between 28th September – 17th October and we can’t wait to welcome audience members into the building again!
A limited number of tickets will go on sale on 24th September. Better snap them up fast!
Read more about each production
here.





Image of an Unknown Young Woman
by Elinor Cook

Constellations
by Nick Payne





Wish List
by Katherine Soper

Salomé, or The Cult of the Clitoris, a Hystorical Phallusy
 by Mitchell Polonsky. Adapted from the 1918 libel trial reports of Noel Pemberton Billing and Oscar Wilde’s Salomé

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