After two rounds of auditions Georgiana Griffiths-Evans is celebrating being offered a place at one of the most prestigious drama institutions for acting, the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. This is George’s first audition.
Speaking after receiving the news yesterday, Georgie said “The offer is for the Contemporary Acting program. The audition process was a self taped audition and the recall was a day long process with applicants of all different ages and nationalities. They asked us a series of difficult questions individually and we also had to do a series of practical collaboration tasks. I was over the moon when I heard I’d been offered as I was just happy to get a a recall, I didn’t dream that I’d be get an offer into such an amazing school in my first year of auditioning’
Congratulations Georgie – well deserved!
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