If you aspire to work in today’s vibrant and diverse theatre industry, our Theatre programmes are designed for you.
Production budgeting, designing for specific audiences, working in the community and CV writing all form part of your third-year studies and will help you get ready for work. This is also when you will undertake work experience, preparing you for a career in the creative industries.
Apart from the wide number of theatre related work opportunities which you will be able to explore, our team also has well established links with theatre venues and companies in London and the UK. You will be encouraged to draw on these relationships in order to undertake the right work experience placement at Level 3.
Past students have undertaken work experience at Les Enfants Terribles on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Akram Khan Dance Company, Paines Plough and the National Theatre. As well as gaining valuable experience in a professional environment you will be given opportunities to plan your future and gain the tools necessary to feel confident when applying for jobs and internships. Our links with theatres and other businesses mean we can help you find a place to develop your specific interests.
Our graduates are working as theatre producers, actors, performers, playwrights, stand-up comedians, casting directors, event managers and community theatre officers for local councils.