WHY STUDY THIS COURSE? This course offers you the chance to explore the many ways in which voice, music, movement, acting and production all work together to create successful musical theatre. Studying and experiencing everything from classic Broadway shows to cutting-edge work and new writing, our particular mix of practical and academic study will enhance your skills, sharpen your analytical tools, and enable you to be job-ready for a range of occupations or further training and study. MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE As a member of the national Musical Theatre Network, we have direct industry connections which are integral to your learning and, as part of the annual London Showcase, you can perform in front of specially-invited agents, producers or casting directors. WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? If you have a passion for musical theatre and a desire to explore everything from classical to cutting edge practice whilst enhancing your own skills and increasing your employability, then this course is for you. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE GAINED This course equips you with skills in performing arts and – crucially – transferrable skills in project management, time management, interpersonal skills, presentation skills, research, analysis and production. Our emphasis on individual and group work means that performing arts graduates are highly sought-after in a variety of sectors because of their confidence, enterprise and initiative. AFTER THE COURSE With the opportunity to create your own theatre company, this course equips you with the ability to tackle the challenges you may meet in a performing arts career. You’ll gain the performing techniques to succeed in the industry, as well as growing in personal confidence and project management skills.