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Performing and Production Arts

Course Overview
Course type

Level 3 Extended Diploma (UAL)

Course length

1 year: 90 Credit Diploma
2 years: Extended Diploma 

Required qualifications

Four or more 9-4 grades at GCSE.

Must include:

  • English Language or Maths (minimum 4)

Students currently taking an intermediate vocational course will need:

  • Level 2 Extended Certificate in related subject (minimum Merit)
  • English Language or Maths (minimum 4)

You will explore a range of performance styles and techniques and develop your confidence as a performer. You will learn how to analyse, discuss and devise performance. Most sessions are practical and focused on Dance, Drama and Music. You will cover a wide variety of projects involving collaborative work with other students and professional artists from across the creative sector.


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  • Drama and Theatre Studies

The course will focus on:
  • practical study of a wide range of dance and drama techniques
  • creating your own drama, dance and music performance work
  • developing vocal and physical skills
  • exploring the work of Performing Arts practitioners, different theories and styles
  • practical study of a wide range of musical theatre styles
  • investigating employment opportunities within the industry
On the course you will:
  • collaborate with professional practitioners and companies
  • showcase your work at a range of venues including Stratford Circus
  • develop your skills and versatility as a performer
  • critically evaluate your own work and that of others
  • see live dance and drama productions
  • be given individual and expert guidance to help you progress in the areas you want to specialise in
  • have the opportunity for free weekly singing or instrument lessons through the NewVIc Music Advancement Programme (MAP)

You will explore a range of performance styles and techniques and develop your confidence as a performer. You will learn how to analyse, discuss and devise performance. Most sessions are practical and focused on Dance, Drama and Music. You will cover a wide variety of projects involving collaborative work with other students and professional artists from across the creative sector.


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  • Drama and Theatre Studies

Method of assessment

You will be internally assessed throughout the duration of this programme.

 

You will explore a range of performance styles and techniques and develop your confidence as a performer. You will learn how to analyse, discuss and devise performance. Most sessions are practical and focused on Dance, Drama and Music. You will cover a wide variety of projects involving collaborative work with other students and professional artists from across the creative sector.


More courses like this:

  • Drama and Theatre Studies

What will I be able to progress to?

This course will prepare you for work and study in the creative industries sector. On completion, you will be prepared to progress to further study across a range of subjects and disciplines. Former students have gone on to study Journalism, Street Arts, Media and Psychology, as well as Acting, Dance, Music and Theatre Studies.

You will explore a range of performance styles and techniques and develop your confidence as a performer. You will learn how to analyse, discuss and devise performance. Most sessions are practical and focused on Dance, Drama and Music. You will cover a wide variety of projects involving collaborative work with other students and professional artists from across the creative sector.


More courses like this:

  • Drama and Theatre Studies