Elly Datson, A Touring Theatre Mtheatre student at the University of Worcester talks us through the common misconceptions about her degree: So it normally goes something like this: “What are you studying?” “Touring Theatre” “What?” […]
Recent Drama and Performance graduate Remy tells us about her University journey: I did not want to go to University: at all! Throughout sixth form I felt ostracised and let down by my experience of […]
This is a post not only for Drama & Performance students, but for anyone looking to impress in an audition or interview. The skills are the same whether you’re auditioning for a society pantomime or […]
Film Production student Alex Blazina talks to us about Have you ever thought about how feature films are made? Or maybe how they put a full length film together? Then keep reading as I am […]
Thinking about applying for the Primary PGCE at the University? Or considering teaching as one of your Post-grad choices? Well, this blog is the right place for you. I am currently on the Primary Early […]
The prospect of studying a degree in Psychology can seem both exciting and daunting. Psychology isn’t typically a subject option until A Level, so many students haven’t studied psychology very much, if at all.
Over the years, I’ve heard no end of criticism and “jokes” which dismiss and demean the creative arts. It can be quite disheartening, but one thing I’ve learnt is to take everything with a pinch of salt – we know how hard we work, and that’s what matters!
Here are just a few things that I advise you never to say to a Drama student. Or if you are a Drama student, a few things that I’m sure you are tired of hearing:
University. Sounds scary, doesn’t it? Sounds like responsibility that comes with a large work load. It isn’t. University is not always scary, it’s not always hectic. It can be fun, rewarding, exciting. It can offer new experiences. But when do we say enough is enough?