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For directors: how necessary is an MA these days? — Lou VOTE LABOUR Corbyn 🌹 (@loucorben) October 22, 2019 My dear, I wouldn’t say it’s necessary...

I’m halfway through my first overseas contract, performing at a big theme park on the other side of the world. I was excited to...

My first job was playing Margaret in Much Ado About Nothing at Baron’s Court Theatre in 2006, but I also had a cameo role...

How did you start in theatre? I started training as an actor at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, then at Identity Acting School...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details… Emily Cohen is in...

As potential theatre students across the country prepare their applications for drama schools and conservatoires, Sarah Lambie looks at the variations between institutions and...

What do you do if you have to learn 2 speeches, a song, be familiar with 70 pages of script and work on it...

After a busy first two years post-graduation, I have been hoping for the breakthrough role that would lift me on to bigger stages and...

From design apprenticeships to accounting: at the National Theatre’s Creative Careers Day, children aged 11 to 14 experienced some of the different careers available...

My first job in theatre was as a trainee resident director at the King’s Head in London. It was advertised openly on its website,...

How did you start in theatre? Playing Charlie Bates in Oliver!, aged 13 at the Sunderland Empire. I studied at Edinburgh University, performed at Traverse...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…​​​​​ Emily Cohen is in...
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