The Stage School
The stage school is owned and managed by one of Ireland’s best known stars of stage and screen. The primary objective of the Helen Jordan Stage School is to nurture creativity and talent in all children though the use of specially selected expert teachers, all of whom have reached the highest professional standard and have a wealth of experience in Theatre, Television and Film.
Helen Jordan Profile
Helen Jordan’s stage career began at the age of twelve when she was accepted into the Gaiety Theatre as a member of the Gaiety Children.
Her stage appearances have been many and varied including playing the lead role in Sweet Charity at the Gaiety Theatre, the musical Cabaret at the Olympia, and Principal girl in two Brendan Grace pantomimes at the Olympia. Helens most recent credits include Killinaskully, Halo Effects and work with a host of stars in Lenny Abrahamson directed series ‘Prosperity’.
Helen herself produced and directed a very successful run of the well known play Certified Male in the Tivoli Theatre in 2000, and also hugely successful run of the musical “Annie” also in the Tivoli Theatre in 2001 starring pupils from her school.
Helens most recent credits include Killinaskully, Halo Effects and work with a host of stars in the Lenny Abrahamson directed series ‘Prosperity’.