At the Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies course at the University of Roehampton, location within one of the world’s most exciting performance cities, staff who are passionate about, and experts in, their field, and a curriculum of exciting and varied modules, you are sure to develop your love and knowledge of performance here at Roehampton.
To enrich your learning, your course includes tickets to a range of theatre productions, as well as trips to exhibitions and other cultural events. You will visit some of London’s most well-known theatres, seeing a variety of high-profile shows, thought-provoking plays and cutting-edge performance events.
We also offer regular workshop and seminar sessions with visiting artists and scholars, hosted by the Centre for Performance & Creative Exchange, the main forum for our lively research culture, and the base for over 40 artists and researchers following our MA/MRes and MPhil/PhD courses.
You will be well equipped to pursue a career in theatre, arts management, playwriting, arts journalism, casting, stage management, scenic, lighting or sound design, events management, and leisure and tourism.
You could also go on to a master’s degree in theatre or postgraduate training in teaching or dramatherapy.
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