The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art is an Irish drama school that offers conservatory training for theatre, film and television from industry professionals. The Lir Academy is located in Dublin, Ireland, and is a part of Trinity College Dublin. It is associated with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. The Lir Academy was founded by Danielle Ryan, in 2011 in collaboration with Trinity College in response to its parent, Trinity College, discontinuing its acting course in 2007. In May 2008, a recommendation was made from the Forum on Actor Training recommending the creation of a national academy of dramatic art to provide university accredited education. The Cathal Ryan Trust funded a purpose-built premises for the Lir, located in Grand Canal Dock in Dublin. More information...

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