The standard of production at GAA never fail to blow me away. They are always topical, unique and fresh, and a huge variety from musicals, serious drama, shakespeare, pantomime, improvised and scripted.
Kate Dickie, GAA Patron
The Gaaloween party is back on Sunday 31st October. All students are invited along to our goolish night of games, prizes and partying! Tickets are £6 and can be bought in the GAA office.
Yule: A Play with Song Auditions
"Everyone has their own idea of the perfect merry Christmas. It might be snowy or sunny, steeped in religious meaning or completely secular, an opportunity for total relaxation or some frenetic socialising, a time when old enmities are forgotten or new ones are created." This festive period we will be performing 'Yule: A Play with Song'. We are seeking actors aged 12-18 to tell original stories using song and live music. Get in touch now to book your audition on Wednesday 25th August from 5pm-8pm!
Oscars 2021 is happening!! On Friday the 17th of September, we will be holding our annual award ceremony at the National Piping Centre. The biggest event in the GAA calendar is coming and we have two years' worth of celebrating to do!! Tickets go on sale on Wednesday at 10am! To get a ticket, email email@example.com. Tickets are available to GAA students, parents and GAA alumni. So get your glad rags at the ready for a roaring 20s themed evening
Death in the Wings Auditions
Glasgow Acting Academy is excited to announce our brand new productions to be performed in February, 2022. Whether you are an existing GAA student or are thinking about flexing your acting muscle and trying something new, these exhilarating shows could be for you! Don’t miss out on your audition spot! CALLING ALL DETECTIVES! “Theres been a murder” and we need your help to solve it! Set in the 1940’s Carnos Variety Theatre has been the setting of a murder most foul, but who committed this heinous crime? Everyone is a suspect and everyone has a story to tell…Get in touch to book an audition place firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jekyll and Hyde Auditions
Glasgow Acting Academy is excited to announce our brand new productions to be performed in February, 2022. Whether you are an existing GAA student or are thinking about flexing your acting muscle and trying something new, these exhilarating shows could be for you! Don’t miss out on your audition spot! Jekyll & Hyde by Evan Placey (Ages 14-18) Audition date - 21st August “Everyone has another face they hide behind… A radical re-imagining of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale, where civilised society meets the seedy underground in a thrilling collision of Victorian times with the here and now.” Get in touch now to book an audition place email@example.com.
Matilda Summer School
Revolting children are invited along to our Matilda week. Work on songs, dances, scripts and a whole lotta fun and games. We will even do a mini performance at the end of the week. Matilda week is for ages 5-11 and takes place on the 19th, 20th, 22nd and 23rd July 10am-4pm. Book now by getting in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
A Play in a Week
Join Maddie to create a whole play in a week! Work with cast members to explore characters, expand your knowledge of stagecraft and perform your work at the end of the week! For ages 14-18. Taking place on the 12th, 13th, 15th and 16th July 10am-4pm. Book a place now by emailing email@example.com.
Physical Theatre Summer School
Steve will be hosting a movement based week focusing on the ins and outs of becoming a physical theatre performer. This week will involve laughter, storytelling, lots of sweat and a fabulous showcase at the end of the week. Ages 12-18. 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th July 10am-4pm. To book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org
Show + Tell
Show + Tell is a fabulous collection of scenes and monologues brought you by our young performers. We have waited so long to be back on the stage performing and can’t wait to showcase what we have been up to. So come along on the 30th and 31st of August, sit yer bums down and enjoy the new and upcoming talent at Glasgow Acting Academy!
What would you do if the world was ending...? Written by GAA students Milly and Fallon, Etiam tells the story of the repercussions of what happens when the world doesn't end after an asteroid was due to hit the earth. This dystopic play comes to the GAA stage on the 23rd and 24th of August.