Performing Arts School Galway offers students exceptional training in dance, drama, musical theatre, singing, ballet, and much more.
With something for everyone, PASG believes in building confidence through teamwork and learning. If you or your child love to sing, dance, or act then this is the place for you. PASG provides classes from age three years right up to adults.
Each term PASG focuses on a different goal including annual performances, IDTA exams, competitions, workshops, and seminars with renowned industry professionals.
Having just returned from the annual trip to London, where students had the opportunity to take workshops with West End stars in the renowned Pineapple Sudios, PASG is now gearing up for its annual production, Just the Ticket, which will take place in the Town Hall Theatre on November 24 and 25. PASG is excited to announce West End star, Michael Southern from Blood Brothers, has agreed to direct this year’s production.
PASG is the longest established school for performing arts in Galway. With more than 25 years of experience, PASG is well known as one of the most respected schools, providing the very best standard of professional training, giving all students the chance to reach their full potential.
Instructors are highly trained and qualified professionals; this is demonstrated by the widespread success of PASG graduates in almost every branch of the performing arts, including TG4’s Aine Lally, Sarah Keating of Six, and Nora Jane Noone who starred in The Magdalene Sisters.
To find out more about PASG and the class timetable visit www.performing artsschoolgalway.com or call the office on 091 516699.