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Choose a practical, performance-based degree

Stage and Screen

Choose a practical, performance-based degree

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Perfect your performance on stage or on screen

Stage and Screen courses

Prepare for your performance career

Develop your skills in singing, acting and dance as you explore and train in stage or screen performance.

Learn from industry professionals in an environment that encourages creativity.

Select a learning level

Excellent levels of support

Learn from lecturers who know you by name 

Our dedication to smaller classes allows our expert teaching staff to really get to know and how best to help thrive.

Our experienced staff are invested in your personal and academic development and provide excellent levels of 1-1 support throughout your studies.

Student learning street fighting
Street Fighting Skills
Learn spotlight skills throughout your degree.

Spotlight technique classes

Develop spotlight skills alongside acting, singing and dance

Choose modules to direct your studies and tailor your degree to you. You could study specialist technique modules including horse riding, period dance, street fighting, sword fighting, accents and more.

Facilities suited to your degree

Make the most of campus performance spaces including the ShowRoom and Chapel

Take advantage of the ShowRoom, a fully equipped 212-seat public theatre venue, Conservatoire, rehearsal spaces, recording studios and industry audio/visual equipment and editing technology and software.

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Musical Theatre and Cabaret courses

Train to perform in the entertainment industry with a specialist degree

Learn from industry professionals

Most staff work professionally in their industry as performers, theatre-makers, directors, dramaturgs and researchers

Head of Department of Theatre

Ben is an established professional Dramaturg with extensive experience of working with a range of key performance makers, and has been Head of Theatre at the University since 2004.

Showroom Administrator - Theatre (Performing Arts)/Dance

Andy is one of the Artistic Directors of Bootworks Theatre: a group of artists who work in a range of disciplines and contexts, and make a varied spectrum of work including devised performance, live art and children’s shows.

Complete industry work placements

Gain experience with professional companies

Benefit from departmental industry relationships and complete placements with companies across the world in performance, production and more.

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