Corish Wallace success

Published 22/06/2016 | 00:00

The students with their certificates (from left) back - Cillian Tobin, Cathal O'Gara, Josh Quigley, Eoin O'Connor, Connor Heaney, Ryan Blanch, Sean Byrne, and Annie McDonald; front - Sinead Rafter, Aoife Beaumont-Howell, Eri Farrell, Ali Gunning, Catherine Devereux, and Iesha Murphy.
The students with their certificates (from left) back - Cillian Tobin, Cathal O'Gara, Josh Quigley, Eoin O'Connor, Connor Heaney, Ryan Blanch, Sean Byrne, and Annie McDonald; front - Sinead Rafter, Aoife Beaumont-Howell, Eri Farrell, Ali Gunning, Catherine Devereux, and Iesha Murphy.

Things hit a high note for all of the students from the Corish Wallace Performing Arts School who recently received their certificates from the London Academy School of Music and Dramatic Arts.

Fourteen pupils received the bronze, silver and gold medals, while many more also received awards. The school received 100 per cent success with 90 per cent distinctions.

Commenting on the success, Director of the school Lauren Corish Wallace congratulated the students and said the results were 'the best results received by the school in years'.

All of the students received their LAMDA certificates for their efforts in acting, public speaking and speech and drama.

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