Performing Arts: Acting (90 Credit)

Course Overview

The course is delivered through various practical and theoretical units and performance projects.

A large proportion of the work undertaken is of a practical nature and is assessed continuously. You will also be assisted in your preparation for auditions and engage in a variety of performance projects in professional venues.

Students accepted on this course should be aiming to apply to specialist drama colleges or university. 

Students on this intensive course will:

  • further develop a range of acting, voice and movement skills
  • be assisted in their preparation for auditions
  • engage in a variety of  performance projects in professional venues
  • work with professional theatre directors
  • attend a range of theatre performances

Updated November 2018

Entry Requirements

Three A Levels including Drama or a BTEC Extended Diploma.
Entry by interview and audition

Course Delivery

The course is delivered through various practical and theoretical units and performance projects. A large proportion of the work undertaken is of a practical nature and is assessed continuously. There are no examinations on this course. 

Progression Opportunities

Entry into specialist drama, dance and musical theatre colleges and universities including Arts Ed, Rose Bruford, LIPA, Bristol Old Vic, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and RADA. Careers in professional theatre and television work.

Additional Information

Students are given the opportunity to experience a variety of performances and to take part in workshops with professional performers. They will also be expected to attend regular theatre visits. Course fees of £450 cover workshops and master classes with industry professionals.

Venue(s)

Gorseinon

Course deliverable in Welsh

No