The Success of Graduates spurs on new demand for limited places on two year Full-Time Intensive Actor Training course

Due to unprecedented demand brought on by host of successful alumni, The Gaiety School of Acting-The National Theatre School of Ireland has announced a series of new audition dates for our Two –Year Full Times Intensive Actor Training Programme.

This month has seen Gaiety School graduates, Eva Birthistle and Aisling O’Sullivan both nominated for the prestigious IFTA awards due to be broadcast from Dublin this weekend. Other graduates Paul Reid, Charlie Murphy, Rory Nolan and Aisling O‘Sullivan have all been nominated for Irish Times Theatre Awards to be presented in The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham on Sunday 26 February.

These awards celebrate the very best in Irish talent and speak volumes as to the success rate of the school’s acting programme. All Actors have attended the Two–Year Full time Intensive Actor Training Programme in the past. The high quality of training is what makes the Gaiety School of Acting market leaders in this field.

The Gaiety School of Acting has been training actors for over 25 years. The Two -Year Full Time Professional Actor Training course takes place from October each year. This course is tailored to those who are serious about pursuing acting as a career option. The intensive programme prepares participants for the extraordinarily challenging and rewarding journey to becoming a professional actor.

Full time auditions take place on the follow dates for this year’s applications; Friday 17 February, Friday 16 March, Friday 13 April, Friday 11 May, Friday 15 June, Friday 13 July. Applications will be accepted until 30 June 2012.

Irish Times Theatre Awards nominee Paul Reid recalls what he loved most about his intensive training was ‘The Discipline; in the craft and in the time keeping! Both of which you need in the real world. Big time!’