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Performance Making Diploma!

A unique opportunity to professionally train at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with Access All Areas Theatre, this part-time course (230 hours over 7 months) will commence in January and applications will close on 28th October.

The course focusses on contemporary devised theatre and aims to enable students to build their own artistic practice with a view to forming a career in the performing arts. Students will have 3 intensive week projects spread over the first 5 months, classes on Tuesday evenings and Friday mornings and will end with an intensive 3 week devising process for our Exit Festival.

Our graduate employment rate has been outstanding, where a majority of graduates have secured paid performance roles in TV, film and theatre or developed their own work with support from tutors on the course.
While on the course, students have worked with leading theatre practitioners and course tutors including TV and Theatre casting director Sarah Hughes, actor and performance artist Mat Fraser, Punchdrunk’s Katy Balfour, Frantic Assembly’s Vicki Manderson and Graeae Theatre’s Paralympic Opening Ceremony Director, Jenny Sealey MBE.

Each student will have a heavily subsidised place on the course, with 2 completely free bursaries by the Leverhulme Trust.

Dedicated support for the application is available, so please phone 0207 613 6445 or e-mail [email protected] for guidance and more information.

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