Sunday, December 19, 2010


Are you interested in Acting or Screenwriting? Do you believe you've got what it takes to be a star? Do you want to start and build a career for yourself in the 2nd Largest movie industry in the world? Then hurry now as registration for the 3 months intensive course in Acting and Screen writing (February-April 2011 session) is on at Royal Arts Academy. Fees are as follows

General Registration: N5,000.00
Acting course: N65, 000.00
Screenwriting course: N55, 000.00

For more information on how to pay, call: 01-8770233, 0809-100 0609, 0802 352 7159 or email us at

Royal Arts Academy: Birthing Future Filmmakers

Saturday, December 18, 2010

As the year ends....

It was a tough year but because of you, our ship didn’t sink. Your support kept us afloat and we are grateful for it. Royal Arts Academy graduated two sets of students yesterday. Outstanding students were presented with awards and there was much to drink and eat.

RAA is not just a training institution but a youth empowerment centre. We don’t just teach you how to act, we make sure you act so that when you step into the outside world, you have something to show for it, an edge over a million people vying for the same role as you. The first batch of students all featured in CATWALQ, our soap which will hit your screens in the second quarter of next year. It’s the biggest thing in recent times and will be a major break for the students.
For the second batch, we’re already working on their own tv series. RAA made a promise and KEPT it.

The next RAA session starts in Febuary and will run till April but registration opens January 3rd. Spaces are always limited.

RAA Prize Giving Day/ Graduation Party

It was a day filled with dance, fun and laughter as the prestigious Royal Arts Academy held its first ever Graduation/ Prize Giving party. The event which was held in the school premises had in attendance nollywood stars which included: Monalisa Chinda, Nse-Ikpe Etim, Zik Zulu Okafor amongst others. Also a crew from M-net Africa were also at the venue to cover the event and guests as well as the graduating students were interviewed.

Certificates were awarded to all the successful students and prizes were given to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd best students in the class. Also special prizes were awarded to outstanding students notably the Emem Isong Prize for the Best Screenwriting Student which went to Ivy King and the Monalisa Chinda Prize for the overall Best Acting Student which went to Ijeoma Agu

See below for pictures from the event

Friday, December 3, 2010


Nollywood heart throb, Richard Mofe-Damijo came to teach a Master Class in Acting at the fast-growing Royal Arts Academy.

The actor-turned-Commissioner in Delta State showed he has not forgotten his acting roots as he took the students on a well-r

esearched, treatise of the Acting profession in Nigeria.

RMD, a veteran of stag

e, television and film has marked over 26 years in the acting profession in Nigeria and was able share his wealth of experience with the students

privileged to be there, and he received a standing ovation at the end of the course.

Royal Arts Academy continues to run series of Masterclasses with seasoned professionals throughout the session.

The 2nd session ends next week and the new session starts in February 2010. Interested participants should send their inquiries in Nigeria.