This Masters programme engages with a range of theatre and performance practices, explored in a critically informed context. The programme encompasses practices such as contemporary devising and production dramaturgy, writing for performance, site-specific and locational performance, autobiographical performance, physical theatre(s) and socially/politically engaged practice.
You will be encouraged to develop a reflective, rigorous and critically informed approach to theatre practice, with the intention of enriching and enhancing your creative work and furthering your career as a theatre/performance practitioner. You will be taught by leading academics as well as external professional practitioners.
A 2:1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject.
For Theatre and Performance Practices we occasionally make exception to the 2:1 Honours degree requirement and are prepared to acknowledge appropriate skills and background in theatre and performance practices.
Part time (day)
College of Arts