– Rebecca Breen will be studying drama in Brighton in the UK.
– Alex Saunders will be studying BA in Performing Arts at Bird College London. Alex also
won Wexford Has Talent for his dance piece.
– Grace Flanagan will be studying drama at Bray Institute of Higher Education.
– Muirinn Carty received a bursary from Screen Ireland. A huge achievement. Muirinn has
created several short films, winning many awards.
– Luke Spellacy Shaw wrote and co-directed with Niks Ziemele a short film called ‘Sing to
Me’. This production had a lot of Discovering Drama students involved.
– Students performed at Culture Night in the National Opera House.
– Our teacher Shonagh Lyons won an IMRO radio award for her documentary with Beat
– Maeve Ennis has been busy, involved in ‘Blood of Nosferatu’ with Enniscorthy Drama
Group and their current production, two short films ‘Besties’ and ‘Besties 2’ and working
with Movie Extras.
– Students were involved in the very exciting Winter Parade which welcomed Santa Claus
– We had a film workshop with Fionnuala from Louise Kiely Casting, in self taping and
acting to camera. This is the casting director that has been nominated for an Emmy for
‘Normal People’. An excellent opportunity for our students.
– Last Autumn our students were involved in a Viking Festival in town.
– Many students were part of the successful production of ‘South Pacific’ in the National
– Several students were recalled for a TG4 Feature film.
– Eoin Wadding was shortlisted for the Late Late Toy Show.
– Students involved in Oyster Lane, Pantomime and school productions.
– Rebecca Breen was involved in a short film in connection with Enniscorthy film school.
– During lockdown students participated in two ZOOM plays.