The opportunity to attend a number of trips linked to the course to develop their understanding of the issues and concepts discussed in Sociology. These include a trip the V&A Childhood Museum and the Old Bailey. The chance to to attend conferences on a number of relevant issues including ‘Crime and Punishment’ and ‘The future of religion in society’.
Unit 1: Principles of Performance
Unit 2: Engaging with an Audience
Unit 3: Introduction to Professional Practice
Unit 4: Critical and Contextual Performance
Unit 5: Production Skills and Context
Unit 6: Performance Skills and Context
Unit 7: Preparation for Specialist Study
Unit 8: Collaborative Performance Project
Unit 9: Developing Performance and Production Skills
Unit 10: Preparing for Progression
Unit 11: Exploration of Specialist Study and Context
And an Extended Project on a subject of your choice.
You will be assessed on your practical performances in productions performed to a live audience and through your reflection on this work in the form of log books or journals.
A wide variety of careers in the theatre world including working as an actor, musician or dancer and the opportunity to progress to university or to go Drama or Dance School or to study Music at a Conservatoire.
In addition to our Programme Entry Requirements, applicants must also meet specific Course Entry Requirements:
Grade C in English Language or English Literature and Grade C in GCSE Music, Dance, Drama or Expressive Arts OR
Grade C in English Language or English Literature and Pass in BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Performing Arts OR
Grade C in English Language or English Literature and appropriate experience in music, dance or drama performance.