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  Welcome! Date: 21/07/2019 




Latest News!

Festival Gold! (14/04/2013 @ 16:38:23)
Congratulations to Sachini who won Gold Medal in the recent Dudley Festival!

New classroom due to open soon (06/01/2013 @ 22:33:29)
Students and clients will be aware that building contines at the Selly Oak site. A teaching space/studio is under construction and is due to be completed within the next couple of months. All classes will take place in the new building.

New Branch in the USA (06/01/2013 @ 22:30:12)
Great news! The Birmingham School of Elocution will soon have an affiliated centre in the USA. The new centre is due to open in the summer of 2013. Details to follow!

LAMDA Medals (26/05/2012 @ 22:24:31)
Well done to Aaron and Faisal - both of whom won LAMDA gold medals. Our students go from strength to strength!

Karis Sangha - First Prize! (26/05/2012 @ 22:21:43)
Well done to Karis who came first in her class at the Northfield Festival!

Children's Classes! (14/09/2011 @ 11:53:12)
Due to huge demand an additional children's LAMDA class is being organised for Sunday afternoons 3.30-4.40pm. Please reserve your space now!

New name! (09/09/2011 @ 18:00:39)
We are now known as The Birmingham School of Elocution! This new name will help internet searchers find us. We continue to provide high quality tuition in all aspects of speech and voice to children and adults.

Another great year! (26/12/2010 @ 17:42:42)
2010 has proved to be another great year for the Wooldridge School of Speech and Voice. Our students have proved themselves in the LAMDA examinations and the Festivals. 2011 will be even more exciting with plans for an awards/charity event in which our students will perform examination pieces and be formally awarded their diplomas. Family and friends will be welcome to attend. More details to follow!












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