The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama was founded by Elsie Fogerty in 1906 (as The Central School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art) to offer a new form of training in speech and drama for young actors and other students.
We offer a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate, research degrees and short courses in acting, actor training, applied theatre, theatre crafts and making, design, drama therapy, movement, musical theatre, performance, producing, puppetry, research, scenography, stage management, teacher training, technical arts, voice and writing.
Research @ Central explores contemporary practices of theatre-making and performance as well as their cultural histories and lineages. It interrogates theatre and performance both in themselves and in interplay with other disciplines, including their wider socio-cultural, institutional, political, and material-economic contexts and conditions.
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Organising your accommodation may seem challenging, but the Student Advice Service can offer straightforward guidance and support as you decide where you would like to live during your studies. The majority of students studying at Central choose to live in Private Rented Accommodation - we can help you find what you're looking for.
The Library has a wide range of specialist drama and theatre practice resources offered in a learning environment that is supportive and inspires creativity. Staff will help you to discover the information and resources you need to succeed and achieve as a student or researcher.
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama’s main campus is located in Swiss Cottage, within the borough of Camden; a dynamic, artistic area full of theatres, bars, restaurants and art galleries. Central’s Bankside Studios are located a stone’s throw from the River Thames, just around the corner from the legendary Shakespeare’s Globe.
The theatre major in the University of Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras has great professors that are available and very knowledgeable. However, the state of the university is very unstable because of a low budget, creating problems in the infrastructure. In time of COVID-19, the transition to online classes was not good and very unorganized. Nonetheless, a big part of the art...
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