Shelley Lowry Speech & Drama Teacher and Adjudicator | Classes
Shelley Lowry Speech and Drama teacher Portadown Northern Ireland
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Students can attend classes from the age of 3 upwards.
Weekly classes are offered in:

  • Acting
  • Speech & Drama
  • Communication Skills
  • Theatre Skills
  • Ballet/Jazz/Tap
  • Commercial Dance
  • Music Theatre/Acting Through Song
  • Rock & Pop Vocals
  • GCSE Drama
  • GCSE Moving Images
  • As Level Performing Arts

Students work towards optional participation in public performances at local festivals and venues locally and across the UK and Ireland; as well as sitting an annual exam with an externally accredited exam board – Trinity College London, LCM, LAMDA, NEW ERA, ABD,CCEA and ISTD.
UCAS points are attached from Grade 6 onwards.
The Portadown Studio is open 6 days a week Monday to Saturday with class times to suit everybody.

Solo Singing Classes for Musical Theatre and Pop Vocals

These weekly singing classes are designed for actors who sing, and singers who act.
Each week, students are taught how to develop and protect their singing voices. An accompanist is in attendance every week. Students are encouraged to participate in local music festivals, and will complete an exam with the London College of Music once a year.
UCAS points are attached from Grade 6 onwards.


Develop essential performance skills in acting, dancing and singing. Cast members work towards productions that will be staged in professional theatres.

  • Little Theatre Group (Age 3-8 years) – Saturday from 11`.00am-12.00am or Wednesday 3.30-4.30
  • Junior Theatre Group (Age 9-11 Years) Wednesday from 5.30pm-7.30pm
  • Senior Theatre Group (Age 12 years and over) Thursday from 6.00pm-9.00pm

Participation in the Lowry Theatre Groups help to instil confidence whilst developing acting, singing and dancing performance skills. The groups perform excerpts from musical theatre, act in hard-hitting plays and devise their own material to perform in public.