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ADVICE

Prospective students are spoilt for choice with the variety of training offered by institutions across the UK. Samantha Marsden goes through the key questions...

The Stage's beloved agony aunt presents a humorous guide to everything that drama schools have to offer A is for acting. This is what you...

Few people can afford to audition for more than three or four drama schools and choosing which are the best fit can be difficult....

Though the quality of teaching is a vital foundation for training, the standard facilities is a key factor in preparing for professional life. Susan...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details... Albert Parker is 60 and has...

The first job that really meant something to me was playing a regular character in the second series of Being Human for BBC3. At...

James Issitt is a senior lecturer in drama at the University of Cumbria. He tells John Byrne about his work… How did you start off...

Will I always be this poor?!? 🤣 #dear — ionica (@Adriana_ionica) October 3, 2017 My dear – hopefully not. But remember why you went into the...

A few years ago, with all of our acting careers moving slowly, I and two other drama graduates formed a sketch comedy group. We...

1. Find your advantage An interesting life makes for an interesting actor. What’s your other job? Every actor I know has at least one, maybe more...

My first employment, that I remember, was at the age of four. My father was a struggling comic and an agent. He also had...

As the performing arts sector generates more apprenticeships than ever before, Nick Smurthwaite looks at how this is transforming the creative industries Considering the economic health...
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