There are currently a limited amount of spaces still available on some undergraduate courses. See the list below and fill out the form to register your interest in being interviewed for a place in 2020.
Students can choose from the following three courses:
This course uses drama and theatre techniques in a range of non-traditional theatre settings such as prisons and hospitals to evoke social or educational change. Students on the course will learn to facilitate, perform, write and plan effectice workshops.
Develop your own performance identity through experimental theatre underpinned by theory.
This course develops performance writing skills, technical understanding and personal identity. There is a particular focus on creating theatre to inspire change in a wide range of theatre and non-theatre settings.
Students can choose from the following ten courses.
Learn how to build, adapt and alter costumes for live performance as well as undertaking design interpretation.
Learn to design set and costume through both traditional and modern methods such as AutoCAD and Photoshop.
Learn to plan, rig, focus, plot and maintain lighting and video rigs for theatre and other live shows.
Train to become a specialist and unique model maker able to fashion props from a wide range of materials for clients in television, film, theatre and advertising.
Learn how to paint backdrops and set pieces for theatre, film, television. Students will work with a range of materials and will learn techniques such as marbling and calligraphy.
Plan and build sets for a variety of contexts including theatre, film, television, events and advertising.
Train to become a stage manager whilst gaining a background in all aspects of production and technical theatre.
Receive intensive training in theatre technology and management practice.
Learn to design lighting for live performance, developing creative and technical expertise.
Students will learn the art of creating sonic worlds integral to dramatic narrative, and develop the technical ability to totally control the sonic environment of live performance.
Clearing will open on 6th July 2020 through UCAS and you will eligible to apply to Central through clearing if you meet one of the following conditions:
Register your Interest
Register your interest in being interviewed for one of our courses by filling out this form.
Bursaries and Scholarships
Although it is late in the application process, there may still be a small number of bursaries and scholarships available for late applicants to apply for.
The Admissions Team will be able to state what is available when organising an interview date.
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Interested in studying Acting in 2020?
Entry will reopen in September 2020 for October 2021 entry.
Develop your acting, voice and movement skills on this one year, part-time programme. Proposed start date January 2021. Find out more.