About meThe first two years are training years. During this period you will concentrate on acquiring the skills you need as professional actors. The time is divided between classwork and rehearsal projects. During the first two terms you will spend most of your time in classes, with more time on projects as the course progresses. Both classwork and rehearsal projects focus on developing and integrating four main areas of study: acting, voice, movement and playtexts. Read More
2Classes are held on Saturdays and weekday evenings during term time and students are also offered extensive opportunities to take part in performance and outreach projects with professional orchestras. More3Collaboration is a major part of our approach to teaching and learning. We break down traditional boundaries and challenge convention, giving you the chance to collaborate with students from other art forms. If you join us as an undergraduate, you will work with students on the Acting and Production Arts programmes during the first year workshop project. And each year, our facilities are handed over to students for an entire day of informal showcases as part of the annual Children's Music-and-Movement Festival. On this day, students from all disciplines come together to display their creative talents.