Helen O'Grady Academy introduces classes for adults Malta, Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Malta

Helen O'Grady Academy introduces classes for adults

28th October 2011

A development programme targeting adults who wish to develop confidence and communication skills will begin in October.

The Helen O’Grady Academy adult classes aim to offer a stimulating and energetic programme which has been specifically developed to provide a positive, fun learning environment in which to develop creativity as well as improve confidence, presentation and communication skills.
“So many people would love to have the confidence to contribute more at meetings, argue effectively and strike up conversations at parties but they don’t know how to go about it,” said academy principal Alan Montanaro.

“With our adult classes, we can give students – no matter what age – ongoing confidence and improved skills in verbal communication in a fun-filled environment.”
Tuition will include a series of theatre exercises, improvisation, workshops and exercises aimed at improving speech and posture.
The standard of improvisation and workshops will be determined by the group but topics, discussions and feedback will be at an adult level.
“I’m very excited to be able to teach adults these skills as I know, from personal experience and from offering similar classes in the UK, just how effective and rewarding they can be,” said drama therapist Holly Harbour, who will be running the adult programme in Malta.

More information on the Helen O’Grady Academy Adult programme is available on Alternatively, call 2146 5928 or 7964 7239.

In the News

23rd August 2021
"There is no doubt that creativity is the greatest human resource of all" - Profs Edward Debono. Every minute of our lesson is packed with creativity and imagination and...
23rd August 2021   The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the natural...
23rd August 2021
The Fun Factory really has put the FUN back into summer. We did it safely - but with a lot of love, music, dance and laughter. We will be working on excerpts and interpretations of The...