The stage is the place where we can challenge convention. Theatre and Professional Practice can prepare you for this creative industry. With multiple opportunities to invent and create your own style of live theatre, this course is designed to help equip you with the knowledge and experience used within the theatre industry. Students’ gain hands-on experience of a variety of different and exciting approaches to making and performing live theatre – from scripted, collaboratively devised work and improvisational approaches to performance, to mask work and puppetry, acrobatics and stilt work, physical theatre and intermedial performance. You’ll even be encouraged to create a professional scale work as a final project. You’ll be taught by our experienced faculty, some of whom are theatre directors and applied theatre practitioners, as well as invited professional guest practitioners who have previously included Théâtre Sans Frontières, Kiln Theatre, Mandala Theatre, Theatre Absolute, Big Brum The Desperate Men, Acrojou, and The Fabularium.