This degree places live performance and the play-text at the centre of the theatrical event. With award-winning expertise in playwriting, directing, acting and community theatre, our staff will work alongside you as you balance practical creativity, technique enhancement and theoretical study to develop as a reflective and articulate practitioner equipped with the graduate skills sought after in the creative industries. As part of our drama student community you should be passionate, motivated and keen to develop specialist interests in areas such as acting, directing, writing or applied drama. You will relate your practice to critical theories, theatre histories and contemporary ideas to develop artistic skills and vision in professional theatre spaces. Optional modules are available in theatre specialisms, as well as in areas including Musical Theatre and Circus Arts to broaden your experience further.

BA (Hons) Award
September Start
Full-time, Part-time Study Mode
3 years Duration
W402 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

For detailed information regarding the UK/EU entry requirements, please see the course page on the institution website.

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