After the good reception I received from my ‘10 People You Will Meet On A Drama Course’ post, I have decided to write a ‘You know you’re a drama student if…’ post uniting all Drama students and those of you who are thinking of studying drama, but are not sure whether you’ll fit in or not…
Being a drama ambassador for the university is one of the jobs I have at the university as part of the Earn as you Learn scheme. Most of the drama ambassadors are third year students and so I thought I’d write a blog post to tell everyone why you should become a drama ambassador when the job is advertised later in the year.
One thing I have always looked forward to in all three years of my course has been going home for Christmas. By December, I am always well and truly ready to go back to my family home in Gloucestershire, to enjoy the festivities and catch up with relatives! Here are my top 5 reasons to go home for Christmas…
Most students have pasta in their house and before I became venturous in the kitchen I would cook spaghetti bolognese or carbonara. I love pasta and I’ve got some stomach filling recipes to share with you all which I recommend you give a try!
Being in my third and final year of University was always a time I have been dreading the most… not so much because of the 8000 word dissertation, which I will admit does sound intimidating, but the prospect of ‘what next?’.
- The one everyone wants to work with…On any drama course, there’s always the popular people who everyone wants to work with.
As you can imagine, being a drama student is pretty fun, there is never a dull moment. There are larger than life personalities on the course and everyone brings their own sense of humour, style, passions and opinions to both the lectures and outside of lectures.