We do not discriminate on the grounds of disability, ethnicity, background, gender, sexuality or religion. LAMDA does, however, judge applicants critically on their suitability for a course, according to their ability and their potential to successfully complete the training. The work is rigorous and requires high levels of energy and commitment.

Throughout our admissions process we are committed to supporting applicants with disabilities, learning needs or access requirements. Applicants and students are encouraged to disclose their needs and requirements so that we can endeavour to meet them during the audition/interview process and the training.

We recognise that everyone is an individual. We will work with students to identify potential barriers to training and will do what we can to remove these barriers. We will make any reasonable adjustment to ensure that disabled students can train at LAMDA.