LAMDA is one of the UK’s oldest and most respected awarding bodies. LAMDA has been offering practical examinations in communication and performance subjects for over 130 years. In this time, the qualifications have helped hundreds of thousands of candidates of all ages and abilities to develop lifelong skills.

LAMDA exams are about achievement – recognising and rewarding the endeavours of each individual – but they are also about empowerment. The ultimate aim is to provide all people with the opportunity to develop the life skills they need to be a success: attributes such as self-confidence and the ability to communicate clearly and present ideas.

At the heart of LAMDA examinations is the recognition that our qualifications are for everyone. Across the globe, LAMDA examinations unite learners of all ages, abilities, backgrounds and cultures in enthusiasm for the English language and a desire to develop skills for life.

What is LAMDA?


LAMDA has been recognised as an awarding organisation by Ofqual, the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulations in England, and the corresponding regulatory authorities in Wales (Qualification Wales) and Northern Ireland (CCEA).

Types of Examinations through Cue Drama

Solo Introductory

LAMDA Solo Introductory examinations are designed to develop basic communication skills and to introduce the learner to the LAMDA suite of graded examinations in Communication and Performance.

Learners who prepare themselves appropriately will develop:
1 Interpretative skills
2 Technical skills
3 Communication skills.

Speaking Verse & Prose

LAMDA Graded Examinations in Communication: Speaking Verse and Prose are designed to develop the skills necessary for effective oral communication of the written word.

Learners who prepare themselves appropriately will develop:
1 Interpretative skills
2 Technical skills
3 Knowledge of literature.

Musical Theatre

LAMDA Graded Examinations in Musical Theatre: Group are designed to develop the skills necessary to communicate the dramatic content of musical text in a group, to an audience.

Learners who prepare themselves appropriately will develop:

  1. 1  Interpretative skills

  2. 2  Technical skills

  3. 3  Interaction skills

What are the requirements to take LAMDA Examination through Cue Drama?

1) A student of Cue Drama 

2) Sign up for assessment process

3) Sign up for the recommended grade suggested by any Cue Drama Teacher


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