As well as exploring the theories behind performance, you learn on the job in ensemble settings and practical projects. We teach you how to be a well-balanced theatre maker, while you develop your talents in a specialism you love. Whether it's as a performer, designer, creative technician, producer, writer or teacher.
You get exclusive access to our Gulbenkian Centre: a purpose-built theatre with studios and workshop areas. Every week, you get the chance to make theatre. From classical to experimental, by way of digital, educational and participatory performance. You also take part in at least two major productions each year. And you form a small theatre company in your final year.
You can tap into our close links with arts organisations, too. Like leading theatre companies Hull Truck, Middle Child and New Diorama. As well as Davy and Kristin McGuire, and our artists-in-residence The Roaring Girls. And we’ll continue to support your career even after you graduate. Our artist-in-residence opportunities and regular networking events are always open to our alumni.