Sat04Jan202010am - 2:45pmYoung Gaiety | Bray, Malahide & Temple Bar
You can book your child's slot here.
A new term of classes starts in all schools on January 11th. You can browse our Young Gaiety classes here.
Mon06Jan2020Fri24Jan2020Gaiety School of Acting
Are you a student, looking to study abroad, with previous experience in acting?
Why not come to Dublin, Ireland and spend three weeks immersed in the culture and practice of Irish Theatre.
Click here to find out more about our J-Term program.
Fri17Jan20209.30am-2.30pmSmock Alley Theatre
On Friday, January 17th, we will be hosting an International Conference on Intercultural Education in Primary Schools at Smock Alley Theatre 1662, Dublin. This conference is a result of the Erasmus Plus funded project Grow From Seeds.
This day will bring together educators and activists from different European countries who are interested in learning more, and sharing their experiences, about the use of the creative arts to address intercultural education in our primary schools.
Thu23Jan20201pm-2pmEpic, Irish Emigration Museum
GSA in Business Information Session
Is your business looking for new ways to improve employee training and customer satisfaction? Are you interested in new methods of engaging and exciting clients? Join us at one of our "Lunch & Learn" events to discover how our training can help your business perform at its best.
LUNCH AND LEARN
Thursday 23rd January
VENUE: Epic, The Irish Emigration Museum, The Chq Building, Custom House Quay, North Dock, Dublin 1, D01 T6K4
Join us for a complimentary lunch with special guest speakers, to discover new training
opportunities and ways in which GSA can work with you to improve communication skills across
every department and industry.
If you'd like to register interest in this event contact us by email Educate@gaietyschool.com
Fri06Mar20204.30-6.30pmThe Gaiety School of Acting
This Open Day gives prospective Masters in Theatre Practice students the opportunity to visit the school, see the facilities and meet tutors and staff. Open Day attendees will be given a tour of The Gaiety School of Acting and take part in workshops with MA academic staff, followed by a Q&A. The event is hosted by The Gaiety School of Acting and University College Dublin.
Open Day Schedule
Friday 6th March 2020
The Open Day takes place at The Gaiety School of Acting, Essex St West, Temple Bar, Dublin 8
Thu12Mar2020Mon18May2020The Gaiety School of Acting, Essex Street West, Temple Bar, Dublin
Further to government guidance and advice, the Gaiety School of Acting will be closed as of 12th March from 6pm until further notice.
This will mean that no classes can go ahead as planned during that time and unfortunately any showcases that were planned within this timeframe will not be able to proceed.
As always, the health and safety of our staff and students remain paramount.
We are contactable on email, and also by phone (between 9am and 4pm) on 016799277.
Fri20Mar20202.30 - 3.30pm Online | Live From Your Own Home
Join us online at 2.30pm on Friday, March 19th for a very special free Young Gaiety Musical Theatre Class.
The Gaiety School of Acting's very own Elsa, will be teaching you a routine to a musical favourite from Frozen 2! This one-hour live stream class is geared for kids as young as 7, and we, of course, encourage all siblings and grown-ups to join in also!
Join us at https://www.youtube.com/gaietyschool and let's sing and dance our way into the weekend! #LoveGSA
The Gaiety School of Acting challenges Junior Cert and Leaving Cert students to engage with their exam poetry through performance. We are inviting students to submit short videos of them presenting one chosen poem in any format they wish - using music, visual art and employing whatever theatrical methods they want.
The entries will open on April 14th and the winner will be announced and premiered on Poetry Day Ireland, April 30th 2020. All entries will be showcased in a video compilation.
Find out more and enter here.
On Thursday, 23rd April at 2pm GMT (National Shakespeare Day) we invite Leaving Cert students countrywide to join in a YouTube Watch Party of Hamlet at https://www.youtube.com/gaietyschool
Every year the GSA tours to Athlone, Cork and Dublin with their professional production of the Leaving Cert prescribed Shakespeare text, and under the extreme circumstances currently faced by school students, we have decided to make the video of this production available for all students for a limited time only.
We want to see students engaging with the show also, so invite you to ask questions and give feedback throughout the show either via the YouTube comments or on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and/or Snapchat using the hashtag #HamletWatchParty #LoveGSA
The Gaiety School of Acting’s doors may be closed, but we have moved our expertise, knowledge and community to an online platform for summer 2020. This 7 week course has been designed especially for distance learning and is aimed at beginners who wish to dip their toe in a number of areas of the performing arts. The course will include tuition in Acting for Camera, Acting for Stage and Devising Theatre.
Curious about training as an actor? This open evening will give you an insight to life as a GSA student, what happens in a part-time course, and how you can take the next steps towards stage and screen!
This is an hour long information session led by Director and GSA tutor Clare Maguire and the GSA team.
If you have any questions about working and training as an actor, or the Gaiety School of Acting in general, make sure to bring a notepad and paper, because we'll be answering them all!
Admission is free but limited. You can register for this event here.
Culture Night 2020 Moves Online at GSA
Join us for an exciting programme of shows at youtube.com/gaietyschool from 6pm-10.30pm Culture Night.
6pm-7.30pm Hamlet, Directed by Joe Dowling
7.30pm-9.30pm Below Below, Written by Fionnuala Gygax, Directed by Raymond Keane, Performed by the GSA Class of 2019
9.45pm-10.30pm A selection of short pieces performed by Manifesto Classes from 2015-2019
We will also have access to two free classes of Presence (classes in Public Speaking and Presentation) available just for the evening - episode one is here.
This Halloween, you can join us from anywhere in the country as we will be holding all our camps online. We have an exciting programme of creative camps taking place on Zoom to keep your children entertained throughout the mid-term break. All of our camps are led by experienced professional tutors who are Garda Vetted and child protection trained. Spaces are strictly limited to maintain the best teaching and learning environment so early booking is advised.
Tue03Nov2020Spotify and Acast
The year is 1353, and the setting, an opulent Italian villa. Giovanni Boccaccio’s young men and women of The Decameron distract themselves from the encroaching plague and stave off the boredom of quarantine by weaving tales of terror, triumph and titillation.
A mere 700 years later the Gaiety School of Acting class of 2020, distracting themselves from the encroaching plague and staving off the boredom of quarantine, bring you a reworked, revamped radio version of some of these 14th Century novellas – Decameron Tales.
To be released episodically on Spotify and ACast from November 3rd, this podcast will whisk you into its flamboyant tales of love and subterfuge, before landing you gently in its poetic pillows of heartbreak.
Rewritten and adapted by the GSA class of 2020 and Clare Maguire who also directs and Sound Design, Recording & Mixing by Thomas Donoghue, Decameron Tales is the rollicking riot of colour, fun and escapism that you’re in desperate need of this winter.
Free online workshops for families and adults.
We need YOUR help to save Christmas!
Raising funds for the Class of 2021 graduation play
This event is now fully booked.