Awards & Accreditations

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Have fun and get credit

With LAMDA and Arts Award, we offer opportunities for young people to develop new skills, grow in confidence and work towards an accredited award or certificate.

LAMDA

Professional Performance Skills

Led by professional actress and drama coach Frances Simon, students will learn professional performance skills, from being more confident and overcoming stage fright to voice projection and creativity.

Courses cost £100 per term which can be paid in three instalments. Places per session are limited, contact Box Office for more info and to book.

LAMDA – Spring Term – week commencing Monday 13 January 2020 to the week commencing Monday 23 March 2020. There will be no sessions in the week commencing 17 February, as this is half term.

Arts Award

Open to anyone aged up to 25, Arts Award is a nationally recognised programme supporting young people to develop as artists and arts’ leaders and preparing them for further education and employment.

Arts Award can be achieved through any arts, media or cultural activity – from fashion to film-making, dance and theatre to design, photography and poetry. Participants will develop not just their creative skills but also fundamental skills like communication, leadership and independent working.

Home-Based Arts Award

Due to the Cornavirus pandemic, we have adapted the delivery of the nationally recognised Arts Award so that they can be undertaken from a home setting. Find out how you can participate in Arts Award from your home here.

Arts Award is accredited by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England, working with 10 regional Bridge organisations.

For further information on how you can participate in our Arts Award programme please email artsaward@yorktheatreroyal.co.uk.

Trinity Champion Centre

We’re delighted to be recognised as a Trinity Champion Centre for 2020/21. Champion Centres are recognised by Trinity for their successful delivery of their qualifications. Find out more here.

2014/2015

Awarded Arts Award Good Practice Centre

over 200

Young people have achieved Arts Awards

2013

Awarded Centre of Excellence