Speech & Drama Athlone Graduations 2023

What a wonderful graduation ceremony in November in Griffith College Dublin with these amazing ladies. It’s been a pleasure to be your mentor and teacher and share your Speech and Drama journey. 

I feel incredibly privileged to have been a part of the learning journey as I have lectured and guided them through the process of completing their Associate and Licentiate Diplomas in Speech and Drama. It has been a truly rewarding experience to witness their growth and development as performers and artists.

Throughout the course, I have had the pleasure of working with students who have shown immense dedication, passion, and a genuine love for the craft of speech and drama. Their commitment to honing their skills and pushing themselves beyond their comfort zones has been truly inspiring.

As a lecturer, it has been my responsibility to provide them with the necessary tools, knowledge, and guidance to excel in their chosen field. I have strived to create a supportive and nurturing environment where they feel comfortable exploring their creativity and taking risks. It has been a joy to witness their confidence grow as they tackle challenging pieces and push the boundaries of their abilities.

One of the most rewarding aspects of this journey has been witnessing the transformation that takes place within each student. From the initial stages of uncertainty and self-doubt to the final moments of triumph and accomplishment, it is a privilege to be a part of their journey towards becoming confident and skilled performers.

The completion of the Associate and Licentiate Diplomas in Speech and Drama is not just a testament to their hard work and dedication, but also a reflection of their growth as individuals. It is a milestone that marks the culmination of countless hours of practice, perseverance, and personal growth.

Here at Speech and Drama Athlone, we are grateful for the opportunity to have played a role in their journey and to have witnessed their growth as teachers. It is a privilege to be able to guide and support them as they navigate the challenges and triumphs of the world of speech and drama.

To all the students who have completed their Associate and Licentiate Diplomas in Speech and Drama under my guidance, I congratulate you on your achievements. Your passion, talent, and hard work have been truly inspiring, and I have no doubt that you will continue to make a significant impact in the world of performing arts.
Congratulations to Angela Molloy (Moate), HDip in Drama Education, PlayAct Drama School, Adrienne Lee ( Dublin)  Licentiate Diploma, APK Speech & Drama , Amy King( Clifden), Assocuate Diploma, CarolineFitzgerald (Tipperary).  Associate Diploma. The Leinster School of Music and Drama has some wonderful new enthusiastic teachers.


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