Congratulations to Central’s British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr Ella Parry-Davies, who has been named a 2019 New Generation Thinker. Dr Parry-Davies is one of ten New Generation Thinkers to be selected by BBC Radio 3, BBC Arts and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
On Wednesday 27 February 2019, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama was visited by its Royal Patron, HRH Princess Alexandra. The visit marked the official opening of the School’s new North Block building and provided the Princess with an opportunity to meet staff and students and observe a variety of student work.
On Monday 21 January 2019, Central Staff and Students began their first official week of classes in the School’s newly completed North Block building.
Dr Selina Busby’s Concrete Utopias in Dharavi has been honoured in the UK’s Best Breakthroughs list of the last century for its pioneering work in Dharavi, and as a part of UUK's Made at Uni campaign.
The Leverhulme Trust has awarded Central a grant of £414,620 to continue funding for its internationally recognised applied theatre work and to create new scholarships.
Congratulations to Central’s graduating class of 2018 on their achievements!
Central is delighted to congratulate our many graduates nominated for WhatsOnStage Awards this year.
On Friday 30 November 2018, former Crown Chief Prosecutor Nazir Afzal OBE chaired Performing Race at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Central was pleased to welcome alumna Dame Judi Dench back to Central to formally open the Dench Studio and lay the Foundation Stone for our new North Block Building
Congratulations to Central’s Dr Ella Parry-Davies, who has been awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship by the British Academy to pursue her research project ‘Home-makers: urban expertise in the Philippine diaspora’.