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Drama and English BA(Hons): Course features

What this course offers you

  • Drama at Kingston is a dynamic, challenging and supportive community, located in its own designated building, the Reg Bailey, which contains one large, fully-equipped, flexible black box studio, one smaller studio and a number of rehearsal rooms.
  • We offer a vibrant and diverse curriculum covering traditional subjects like Shakespeare and Victorian fiction, with contemporary topics like gender and sexuality, multiculturalism, avant-garde and popular performance,and a range of practical skills in contemporary theatre-making.
  • Students regularly take work to both the Edinburgh and Camden Fringe Festivals where we traditionally focus on the production of new undergraduate plays.  You'll develop confidence to perform publicly through our close relationship with Kingston's Rose Theatre, where modules are taught.
  • You'll develop a range of transferable skills to equip you for the demands of a competitive world: the ability to formulate and articulate ideas; the ability to communicate effectively in written English; the ability to evaluate and revise your own work;  the ability to solve  problems in collaborative and creative ways and the capacity to negotiate outcomes informed by a breadth and depth of thinking.
  • The course allows you to combine practical work with intellectual study through a wide number of practical workshops throughout your three years on the degree.

Placement

In your final year, you will take a workplace module in Applied Theatre.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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