Since 2013 The Mono Box has been supporting actors and theatre creatives from venues in London, ultimately becoming an Associate Company of Hampstead Theatre. Then in 2019 they launched The Speech Share podcast, allowing everyone access to the imparted knowledge and experience of some of the UK’s most renowned actors. The Mono Box rose to…
If you’re applying to an accredited drama school in the UK, the expense, difficulty of getting a place and impact on your future career means you have to choose carefully.
If you’re upset and disappointed not to get the “Congratulations!” email from the National Youth Theatre on results day, then read on to see why it isn’t the end of the world. The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain (NYTofGB or NYT) is a UK registered charity. One…
Drama school offers full-time training into a performance career but it’s not for the faint-hearted. The audition process alone can be long, expensive and only a lucky few succeed in getting into drama school.
If you are a young person who loves to act and wants to become an actor, joining a youth theatre or triple threat training is essential. This article sets out what youth theatres have to offer, and provides lists of groups near you.
If a child is performing on stage or in film, they need to be cared for by their parent or a licensed chaperone. We set out how you can get licensed as a chaperone for child performers.
Summer Schools in medicine, engineering, pre-University and free courses for A-Level students join an array of sports and creative opportunities. Also included in this article is information about the programmes run by the Sutton Trust, Oxford UNIQ, Durham Supported Progression and Target Oxbridge.