Bow Street was established in 2014 after moving from its original incarnation as The Factory in Dublin’s docklands after five years. Originally set up as a creative hub for Actors and Filmmakers it is now home to some of the most advanced and practical screen acting courses and workshops in Ireland. Housed in the stunning Jameson Building in Smithfield, facilities include multiple studios, cinema, state of the art casting studio, self taping and green screen studios, and canteen. Bow Street is also home to the Young Screen Actors Academy, Spotlight Ireland, and two of Ireland’s leading Casting Directors, Maureen Hughes and Louise Kiely Casting is one of Ireland's premier casting agencies. The company is lead by casting director Louise Kiely, who formed it in 2005..
#Training: Acting Masterclass with Gerry Grennell at Bow Street - Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting is hosting a two-day masterclass with international acting coach Gerry Grennell on March 14th and 15th.
#Education: New Bow Street promo highlights success of recent graduates - As applications open for their 1 Year Screen Acting Course, Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting has released a new promo highlighting the success of recent graduates appearing in films like Michael Inside, The Drummer & The Keeper and Cardboard Gangsters and TV shows like Can't Cope Won't Cope and Vikings.
#Training: Bow Street announces new workshops and Part Time Improv course - Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting has announced 4 new workshops and a part time Improv course for the spring season at their Dublin-based school.
#Training: Bow Street now enrolling for Screen Acting Part Time course - Bow Street’s hugely popular Screen Acting Part Time course is now taking applications for the term beginning on June 13th.
#Industry: Bow Street celebrates 1st Anniversary partnership with Spotlight - Bow Street will celebrate its 1st anniversary partnership with Spotlight with a series of talks, workshops, and a party on May 17th in Smithfield.