Students graduating from the one year professional programme are issued with a certificate of graduation.

Students completing the summer intensive programme are issued with a certificate of completion.
Students completing the teacher training programme are issued a certificate of graduation.

  1. Graduates of the full-time professional programme are prepared to work in the professional theatre. Approximately 80% of our graduates find and continue to work and earn their living as artists both in England and around the world. Each individual discovers his or her strengths during the programme, and by pursuing these, builds a successful career.
  2. The School offers a series of seminars – A Survival Course for Artists – to ensure that our graduates know about the business end of the profession.  Our graduates leave the school  fully prepared to work in the profession and have the business skills to build successful careers.
  3. We actively support and encourage our graduates in their chosen fields and in their own communities. We do this by providing advice and consultation to our grads, recommendations, support and encouragement. We also offer two post-graduate programmes designed specifically to meet the needs of our students.
  4. The post-grad TheatreWorks programme is designed to support graduates, both solo and in groups, to create, develop and present their own full-length pieces.  The programme supports students to develop defined goals for their project.  The school provides planning, dramaturgy, direction and choreographic support, space for rehearsal and a showcase performance.  In addition a series of tutorials are provided on the business side of putting the show on stage.
  5. The post-grad Pedagogical programme is designed to provide in-depth teacher training and experience leading to certification to instruct in the Lecoq-based method. It is undertaken using an apprenticeship model.