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Congratulations to four lucky students in Coláiste Oiriall who are the recipients of scholarships to Stagewise drama school in the King’s Hospital School, Palmerstown, Dublin during the summer. The students are Niamh Ní Chiarnáin, Eimear Nic Con Midhe, Aoibhin Ní Ghabhann and Niamh Nig Aonasa

Pic 3 - Stagewise


Stagewise is ideal for young people who are interested in exploring the world of Performing Arts and developing their social skills. It provides an opportunity to develop a full range of performance skills including acting, dancing, singing, comedy, improvisation and mime.

During the course, each participant will get a taste of what it is like to train for a career in the Performing Arts, working with some of the industry’s top tutors from both Ireland and abroad. Work begins each day at 9:30 am and continues with breaks for meals until 8:30pm. In the evenings, when not engaged in course activity, a supervised social programme is provided which includes a varied range of social, sports and leisure activities.

Stagewise is fully residential, meaning that the young people benefit from a week long experience rather than just a few hours each day. This approach gives each child the best possible chance to fully immerse themselves in the course content. All participants are supervised around the clock. A team of group leaders look after the welfare and safety of all students. Supervisors are skilled and experienced in this area.

The Coláiste Oiriall students will travel to the King’s Hospital School on Sunday, 30th June. Tá an-chlú ar an chúrsa Stagewise agus filleann daltaí ar ais arís agus arís eile mar gheall ar chaighdeán an teagaisc. Is fiú €170 gach ceann de na páirt-scoláireachtaí atá Coláiste Oiriall ag cur ar fail