Acting - Level 3 (UAL Diploma/Extended Diploma)
This course develops your skills in a broad range of acting styles and techniques including physical theatre, improvisation, devising and script work. Actors work collaboratively to create and stage performances, learning through practical workshops, industry-relevant seminars and coursework.
Public performances in our theatre and other spaces within and outside the College will prepare you for a successful career or for further study in higher education.
To join this Level 3 course, you should have at least 4 GCSEs at grade 4 or above, preferably including English and maths, and you will be asked to perform a 1-2 minute monologue at interview.
If you do not have the above grades, you can start on one of the MET's Level 2 courses.
Why this course at the MET?
• Industry-standard rehearsal facilities
• Perform in a professional theatre on campus
• Explore your talent and build confidence
• Expert guidance from tutors with professional industry experience
• Learn in a creative environment at a dedicated arts campus
Northbrook MET is highly regarded in the theatre industry as a provider of excellent training.
The MET's Theatre Arts department has a broad range of staff who are all practising artists and producers involved in the region's exciting theatre scene. Our staff are here help you realise your potential.
Our experienced teaching staff are passionate about their areas of expertise and are committed to helping you to attain your learning goals and meet your personal aims.
Close proximity to Brighton and London - both offering a wealth of theatre experiences.
Without a doubt, one of the reasons we know you will love studying at Northbrook MET is the renowned creative facilities and atmosphere at our West Durrington Campus. The campus is a dedicated arts space, with the theatre courses running alongside music and art & design courses. You will collaborate with like-minded, passionate students and benefit from the various creative projects that take place, such as theatre shows, music gigs and art exhibitions. The campus is regularly used by professional creatives, which further highlights the quality of our industry-standard facilities.
You can progress to university level, either at the MET or at other universities. Related degrees at the MET include Acting & Contemporary Theatre Making, Musical Theatre, Dance or Stage & Production Management.
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- TV presenter
- Event manager
- Drama teacher
Actor, entertainer or presenter
- Studies script, play or book and prepares and rehearses interpretation.
- Assumes character created by a playwright or author and communicates this to an audience.
- Performs singing, comedy, acrobatic, illusion and conjuring routines.
- Trains animals to perform entertaining routines and may perform with them.
- Introduces and presents radio and television programmes, reads news bulletins and makes announcements.
- Conducts interviews and prepares reports for news broadcasts, current affairs programmes and documentaries.
- Plays pre-recorded music at nightclubs, discotheques, and private functions.
- Active Listening
- Critical Thinking
- Reading Comprehension
- Learning Strategies
- Active Learning