2022-23 Training programmes




One World Actors Centre offers continual professional development masterclasses to  performers, presenters and event organizers who want to update their training.

We believe that our professional training of aspiring young performers vastly improves performance and communication skills as shown by the high marks awarded to our students in UK accredited LAMDA Examinations and their 5-star rating in productions abroad. Our Alumni Continual Professional Development (CPD) offers masterclasses to adult performers and production team members to update their skills.

YAS THE  YOUNG ACTORS STUDIO  @ DAI Yarmouk Cultural Centre

YAS Shakespeare

Each training programme lasts eight weeks and is created by dramatists and educationalists to develop each individual child. We teach through our new One World Theatre  OWT of the BOX  Theatre & Education programme to develop CONFIDENCE,  COMMUNICATION, CREATIVITY and, as our wonderful Mums told us, COURAGE!             OWT of Box2

  • Performances by all children will take place throughout the season with end of term studio presentations for family and friends. In addition, auditions for public theatre performances will take place leading up to One World Actors Centre Productions.
  • Each session is conducted by a qualified and experienced adult tutor in the international performance industry.
  • Registration is required per programme and for annual UK LAMDA Examinations
  • Please note that children will be required to bring items to sessions, dependent upon theme, but electronic gadgets are not allowed
Musical Theatre and Stage-craft
International performance with One World Actors Noor al Huneidi & Lama al Ibrahim  in the 5-star  The Blue Box-Memories of Children of War   Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016


A. One World Youth Theatre (ages 9-14)

SATURDAYS 10.00 – 13.00:

Students must attend YAS Foundation & Intermediate classes in preparation for LAMDA examinations. Regular public performances take place with possible opportunities to perform or train abroad.

Louis Barras Hargen  OWYT 2016 now at the prestigious Italia Conte Drama School, London. Above as Toby in ‘Sweeney Todd’, Kuwait 2016 

 UK-accredited LAMDA Performance Examination Training (Level 1 Acting: Entry-Grades 3 & Level 2: Grades 4 & 5)

Use of Voice, Body and Mind in holistic development. Skills are developed in Acting, Speech, Movement, Organisation, Teamwork, Creativity, Problem Solving, Intercultural communication, Singing, Performance, Social interaction & Presentation.


UK-accredited LAMDA Performance Examination Training in Acting/Public Speaking & Musical Theatre (Level 3: Grade 6-8/ Bronze-Gold Medal Level) 

SATURDAYS: 14.00-16.00:

Masterclasses will be:

  • led by qualified experts in theatre skills
  • cost dependent upon the workshop
  • advertised on social media or by special invitation
  • Vocational, UK accredited, externally assessed, examinations  https://www.lamda.org.uk/examinations

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12 thoughts on “2022-23 Training programmes

  1. Hi i just wanted to ask some questions about how would i join you and where is your location and what are the upcoming events you have that we can join in and when do you start the new season and do you have a phone number that we can contact with you on


  2. Good morning,

    I have a student who is very talented in singing and acting on stage. She is 9 years old. I would like to enquire about any musicals or shows she might get involved and come for an audition? Let me know what are the possibilities at your center to develop her talent. Do we need to prepare a song for the audition? When is the next audition for a children choir or show?

    Thank you
    Adriana cherciu
    Music teacher


    1. Dear Adriana,

      Thank you for your email. We have a Foundation Youth Theatre programme which runs at DAI Cultural Centre at 5pm every Saturday which prepares children for productions and auditions for international drama schools.

      Warm wishes,

      Alison Shan Price


  3. Hi, I’m interested in continuing my actor training. I’m an adult male aged 30 and have taken a Meisner and Method class in London as a hobby, but have no formal experience beyond training.


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