Drama Summer School
The Drama Summer School is ideal for students at all levels of acting ability, who want a fun introduction to Drama or Theatre Studies.
In 2013, the course will cost £980 per week, including tuition, all meals, accommodation and a full social programme on evenings and weekends.
About the course...
- Intensive classes with professional artists (35-40 hours per week)
- Evening social activities included
- 1 full day excursion included in the second week of your course
- No English lessons included
English Language level: 3.0+
Course length: ideally students should complete the full two weeks of the course, however the course may be booked for a period of one to six weeks, although students cannot join week 2 of an option
Hours per week: 28-35, plus optional excursions and evening activities
Entry dates: July, August
Fees: £980 per week (Summer 2013)
Our two-week Summer Schools introduce a range of different drama techniques in a fun, safe and active environment. They will also improves your confidence, self-esteem and communication skills.
You can choose the area of theatre that appeals to you most, or, if you are considering a career in drama, you can extend your range by trying a number of different disciplines.
The first week of each specialism focuses on building towards a performance, which takes place during the second week. Students can attend the first or both weeks, but cannot join the performance for the second week only.
For 2013 there will be two options available:
This popular, fun and challenging course is led by theatre professionals, all of whom have musical theatre credits in London and / or New York. Students can expect 35-40 hours of rigorous and intensive classes per week in singing, dance and acting, geared towards a cabaret-style performance at the end of the second week.
Course dates: 07-20 July or 04 -17 August
This two-week course is ideal for students who want an intensive and fun introduction to drama and acting techniques. In the first week, professional actors lead students through drama exercises designed to help develop creativity, spontaneity, freedom and authenticity in performance. In the second week, the ensemble work together to rehearse a short production, performed for an invited audience.
International students should have at least an Upper Intermediate level of English and can choose to combine their specialist weeks with separate weeks of Intensive English.
Course dates: 21-03 August