Professional skills are embedded into the modules through all three levels, such as collaboration, critical reflection verbally and in writing, and engagement with different forms of creative practice.
Production, budgeting, design for specific audiences, working in the community and strong CV writing, are all covered in the final year of the course.
Brunel Theatre BA lecturers have long-established links with many theatre venues and other businesses across the creative industries, and they’re always ready to help you find the right place to grow your specific interests. There are options for a short or year-long work placement to develop your professional profile while on the course.
Students have undertaken work experience at places like The National Theatre, Plaines Plough, Akram Khan Dance Company, Les Enfants Terribles, China Plate, and a host of educational and community organisations.
Graduates of this course have gone on to work as actors/writers in the National Youth Music Theatre, such as Adam Johnson. Some progress onto renowned postgraduate courses like Sam Smithson in the Directing MA at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Your options when leaving us are varied and exciting. Click here to read about inspirational Theatre alumni.
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