LAMDA Education Programme

Pangdemonium Takes Arts Education Online.

Pangdemonium are offering one-to-one LAMDA programmes in Communication and Performance through their online platform. This will enable students to work at their own pace at home whilst being guided by Pangdemonium’s Head of Education and LAMDA Examiner, Mark Waite.

LAMDA is one of the UK’s oldest and most respected drama schools and have been offering practical examinations in communication and performance subjects for over 130 years, helping candidates across the world, of all ages and abilities, develop life-long skills, such as self-confidence, language appreciation and physical awareness.

Pangdemonium aim to bring their own creative flair to the LAMDA syllabus and are able to offer a variety of programmes for all age groups with each programme tailored to meet your individual needs.

Programmes offered include:

• Speaking in Public
• Acting
• Reading for Performance
• Speaking of Verse and Prose

For more information including pricing and availability, contact education@pangdemonium.com

Pangdemonium are offering a 25% discount on all course fees.

Why not start your Arts Education Journey with us today?

About the Lead Facilitator

Mark Waite, BSc(Hons), LLAM

Mark has had over twenty years working in both professional theatre and as an educator in the UK and in Singapore.

Originally training in Acting and Musical Theatre at the Mountview Academy for Performing Arts he went on to work as a professional actor and relocated to Singapore in 1999 where he became the first non-Singaporean to win the Best Actor Award at the Straits Times Life Theatre Awards in 2004. He relocated back to the UK in 2006 where he took up the post as Director of Bigfoot Arts Education in West Kent and worked with over a hundred schools providing a variety of Arts and Literature Programmes.

In 2014 he and his partner adopted two children and so Mark took a break from full time teaching and became a stay at home Dad, although that didn’t stop him writing an award winning blog, ‘4 Relative Strangers’ that went on to win him the BAAF Adoption Champion of the Year at the 2014 National UK Adoption Awards, as well as entering numerous private students for the LAMDA examinations, with plenty of merits and distinctions to add to their names.

Mark then went on to join LAMDA as part of the examining board and in 2019 took a visit back to Singapore where he was offered the chance to help create a new Drama Education programme for Pangdemonium, whom he now joins as Head of Education.

Please contact him at mark@pangdemonium.com