Reg Bailey building and Surrey Club
The Reg Bailey building is home to our drama students. It boasts two theatres, both with professional lighting and sound equipment.
Originally a church, the building is now used for teaching (which involves a lot of performance) and a range of extra-curricular rehearsals and productions. It houses:
- two studio theatres, both with professional lighting and sound equipment (and one with a sprung dance floor);
- three small rehearsal/reading rooms; and
- a small costume/props room.
Find out more about drama at Kingston on the arts and culture website.
The Surrey Club building is home to our dance students. Boasting three rehearsal studios with fully sprung Harlequin floors. It houses:
- a large flexible dynamic performance studio, with a state-of-the-art LED lighting system and professional sound technology – it is often used for informal showcasing of student work;
- two flexible teaching and rehearsal studios; and
- a body conditioning and stretch room.
Find out more about dance at Kingston on the arts and culture website.
View some 360° views of our dance spaces:
Kingston University dance celebrates its fifth birthday with Revolution 3, a diverse showcase of some of the best practical work from 2012: