Today Central has learned, together with the rest of the World, the outcome of the European Referendum.
At the end of 2015, Dr Catherine McNamara, Central’s Director of Learning, Teaching and Student Experience, was certified as having achieved the status of Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is set to begin work on the £16.7m Phase 5 North Block Development.
Central’s institution-specific funding has been doubled following an independent review by the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
On Friday 15 April, Research Fellow Dr Daniel Ploeger will lead a public workshop at the Victoria and Albert Museum combining digital art, hands-on electronics repair, and a live-video exchange with an active electronics repair community in Kenya. Part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Connected Communities Festival 2016.
From Friday 1 April – Tuesday 5 April, Central was in exclusive collaboration with Network Releasing and the ICA to present the Pablo Larraín Focus series of events.
Central is delighted to announce that a number of alumni have been successful at the 2016 Olivier Awards.
Congratulations to final year BA (Hons) Acting Collaborative and Devised Theatre student Keziah Joseph who has won a 2016 BBC Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award!
An interview alumnus Toby Olié, a graduate of BA (Hons) Theatre Practice - Puppetry, about his career in theatre. Toby has worked on West End Productions such as War Horse and has recently set up the production company Gyre & Gimble with his business partner.
In the first of our new, regular series of interviews with members of the Central community, we talk with Professor Sally Mackey, Professor of Applied Theatre and Performance and Associate Director (Research and Projects), about her AHRC research grant and her instrumental role in establishing Applied Theatre at the School.