Drama and Speech Adjudicator
Caroline Linskey, LLAM
Since taking her Teaching Diploma with LAMDA in 2004 Caroline has taught Speech and Drama in both primary and secondary schools and privately. She has taught in theatre schools, fully inclusive theatre companies working closely with autistic and young people with asperger's syndrome enabling them to access performing. Also working with young offenders in youth clubs.Caroline strongly believes in the inclusive power of drama. She provides communication skills training to adults and for young people with learning difficulties.Caroline is now an examiner for LAMDA. She is currently teaching all aspects of the LAMDA syllabus in a private school in Felsted where she has been the LAMDA teacher for 10 years and at a theatre school in St. Albans where many of her pupils are successful in gaining places at drama schools and audition for the National Youth Theatre.. She enjoys spending time travelling around the UK and internationally in her role as a LAMDA examiner.
Having taken part as a young adult in ‘One Act play’ festivals and competitions at Southgate and Enfield where she won awards for acting she highly regards festivals and sees them as an ideal and supportive platform for personal development and as a performance training ground.