- London, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Performing Arts
- Program Description:
You will graduate with the skills to work in classical and contemporary theatre, musicals, feature film, television and radio. Throughout the course, you will explore acting through a range of contemporary approaches to sung and spoken voice, movement and dance. As an actor, you will interrogate both musical and non-musical settings ranging from Shakespeare and the modern American realists to Sondheim and the popular musical. As the course progresses you will acquire the necessary skills for the realisation of ‘character’ in both the transformational and heightened theatrical styles of both spoken and sung performance. The course has outstanding links with the performing arts industry and this is reflected in the wide range and high percentage of graduate employment. Students on Acting Musical Theatre currently benefit from a high level of external and internal scholarship and bursary support (to help with fees and living expenses) from the following: Ian Fleming Musical Theatre Award, Olivier Bursary Award, Lilian Baylis Award, Lionel Bart Foundation, Pilkington Trust, David Day Memorial Scholarship, Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, Clare Rich Scholarship, and Fergal O’Mahony Foundation Awards for Musical Theatre. Students are entitled to full Equity status upon graduation.
- 2 A Levels at C, 3 GCSEs at C, and selection by audition. Normal offers may be higher and depend upon expected grades and audition performance. Exceptional applicants who do not meet this requirement, but demonstrate appropriate potential, may be accepted.
- Scholarships Description:
- There are a wide range of scholarships and bursaries available to both prospective and current students, for more information please visit the schools website.
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