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In the summer term undergraduates are encouraged to gain employability skills by working in professional environments. During their undergraduate degree all students learn about the environment of a professional theatre by working on the MA season, where they gain experience working alongside and as lighting and sound technicians, actors, scenographers, stage managers and in marketing.
From the second year onwards students are encouraged to apply their knowledge by working in the cultural sector. They may follow enrichment courses with professional theatremakers, undertake placements or develop their own work for public performance. Students recently undertook placements with The Theatre Royal Haymarket, at The Brighton Festival, The Globe and Patchwork Theatre, and even stage managed the 2016 Oliviers!
Students also enjoy regular workshops with well-known artists and theatremakers; recent guests include:
Multi-award winning physical theatre and dance company extraordinaire DV8 have run exclusive workshops with our Dance & Drama students.
World-renowned director Katie Mitchell OBE is a regular visitor and will be running an intensive MA Directing course here during the summer term.
Internationally-renowned touring theatre company Complicite have hosted several workshops on their imaginative brand of devised theatre.
Actor, writer, director and master of making people uneasy, Tim Crouch has given several keynote speeches and lectures.
Every year, the Sadlers Wells-based Jasmin Vardimon Company run our Postgraduate Certificate in Physical Theatre course
Lip-synching drag artist extraordinaire Dickie Beau recently gave an incredible sell-out show and Q&A in the Caryl Churchill Theatre.
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