Course Overview

Key Features

  • One year full time programme running from September until the end of July of the following year
  • Practical studio and rehearsal-based training in professional working conditions
  • Small class sizes
  • Established teaching team made up of experienced theatre professionals
  • Regular opportunities to work with visiting actors and directors
  • Core acting skills workshops exploring approaches to working with texts, building a character, improvisation and performing Shakespeare
  • Vocal skills classes focusing on effective physical techniques for performance as well as vocal physiology, dialect and accents
  • Specialist classes in singing technique, repertoire and musical theatre performance
  • Movement skills classes including Alexander Technique and stage combat
  • Training in the specialist techniques and requirements of acting for screen
  • Roles in public performances selected from a wide and challenging repertoire
  • Practical workshops to prepare students for professional auditions for theatre and TV
  • Mentoring and support in the initiation, production and performance of an original piece of work
  • London Performance Week
  • Showcase presentations to an invited audience of agents, casting directors and potential employers in Cardiff, London and New York (for American students) 

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Validated by the University of South Wales.