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RADA

An organisation that helps young people from low-income backgrounds gain places at leading drama schools is to expand its offering to the East Midlands,...

A new training programme has been launched for visually impaired creatives aimed at addressing the "lack of accessible routes into theatre". Pathways is a four-year-long...

Kwaku Mills worked in advertising before training at RADA and then landing his first professional job in the Unicorn Theatre’s production of The End...

Whether you’re a school leaver embarking on a theatre career or a working performer who wants to top up on stage skills, part-time training...

How did you start in theatre? I translated my skills from broadcast design (TV and film) into the world of spatial video for theatre. What...

Deafinitely Theatre has announced a new training course to equip emerging deaf artists for a career in mainstream theatre. The year-long programme, called the Hub,...

Born in Edmonton, Middlesex, Pamela Sholto demonstrated an early ability in dance. She studied ballet with the Russian prima ballerina Lydia Lopokova and danced...

By the time he had left school, John Stride had already played Macbeth, Antony and Hamlet. His early promise – spotted at Alleyn’s School,...

Alex Beckett will be best remembered as the inept PR executive Barney in two biting BBC satires on institutional incompetence, Twenty Twelve, a spoof...
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