LAMDA


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LAMDA

(ˈlæmdə)
n acronym for
1. (Music, other) London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
2. (Theatre) London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
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"I'm really excited to start the technical production in stage and screen course at LAMDA."
Paphos youth theatre has staged more than thirty plays over the years and students are encouraged to take part in productions as well as drama exams including, LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) exams,drama GCSE andA level (AS and A2).
The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) is one of the oldest drama schools in the United Kingdom that provided the world of performing arts (theatre, cinema and television) with consecutive generations of renowned artists from all over the world.
"These are the best LAMDA results we have ever achieved," said a delighted Kim Thompson, drama teacher at the Crescent School in Rugby.
After graduating from Lamda, Tiffany briefly moved to Los Angeles in order to make industry connections and to see if she wanted to live in Hollywood.
Children are taught in age-specific groups of no more than six pupils, working towards accredited musical theatre, drama, acting and communication exams, including LAMDA and Trinity Guildhall.
Once the products receive marketing authorisation in Germany, Lamda will procure the supply of the manufactured product to the pharmaceutical company for an initial period of five years.
Two of the students also secured places on highly-competitive courses at LAMDA, Laoise Sweeney and Maria Bukley - who was also awarded the prestigious Andrew Lloyd Webber scholarship.
Financial services provider Barclays announced on Thursday that it has provided a GBP6m loan to LAMDA, the London Academy for Music & Dramatic Art.
UK-based pharmaceutical company Quantum Pharma Plc (AIM: QP.) has acquired 100% of the share capital of Greece-based Lamda Ltd., Lamda Laboratories SA and Lamda Pharmaceuticals SA for a total consideration of EUR 9.7m (USD 10.48m), the company said on Friday.
Last November, Greek auditors unblocked the sale of a prime seaside property at the abandoned Athens airport of Hellenikon, which is being spearheaded by Greek firm Lamda Development and is backed by Chinese company Fosun and Abu Dhabi's Al Maabar.