Student Blogger Elly Datson tells us how joining the Touring Theatre MTheatre course, and moving into halls, has transformed her life: Being at the University of Worcester has been a series of discoveries and new […]
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:
As well as studying hard for your degree, having a social life is a very important part of University life and over my three years of being a student, I can definitely vouch for that.
“You’re doing Drama then, eh? So I’m gonna see you on the box in a few years!”
If I had a penny for every time I heard that one, I could actually pay off my student loan…
I’ve always been praised on how organised I am and my lecturer even said that my organisational skills would make me a very good stage manager if I ever wanted to pursue a career in the theatre world!
That’s it, my time as an undergraduate Drama and Performance student at the University of Worcester has come to an end, so I’ve decided to write a post about what I’ll miss most about my time as a university student. I’ve had such a good time at university, and much of it was because of the following factors:
It’s finally here, the end of my student life at Worcester. I’ve decided to write some ideas that the third-year students could do before leaving university, I hope you’ll find them useful.
What skills could you possibly grasp with Drama besides dressing up in the opposite gender and doing different accents?