Central graduate Khadija Raza has been named as a winner of the prestigious 2017 Linbury Prize for Stage Design.
Central is delighted to announce the launch of its new 360 degree Virtual Campus Tour, a panoramic photography platform which allows users to access Central’s facilities from anywhere in the world via desktop, tablet and mobile.
London’s ‘most influential people’ for 2017 includes Central alumni in the Performers for Screen and Theatre & Dance categories.
BA Acting graduate Andrew Garfield recently returned to Central to be interviewed by major US news network CBS.
Central graduates have been announced as winners at two of this year’s most prestigious award ceremonies for film, TV and theatre.
Central is pleased to announce that, together with Associate Artist Fevered Sleep, it has been shortlisted for a Times Higher Education Award (THE) for Research Project of the Year: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Central's associate artist, London-based arts company Fevered Sleep – described by the Guardian as ‘boundary-smashing’ - and their Co-Artistic Director, Central's Professor of Interdisciplinary Performance David Harradine, bring a new version of their highly acclaimed dance piece, ‘Men & Girls Dance’ to Tate Britain this summer.
In front of a small invited audience, Professor Sally Mackey scattered paper memories of Studios 1 and 2 onto the structural foundations of the new North Block building, creating an indelible memory of place and ensuring that Central’s future will continue to grow on the strong foundations of its past.
Central is delighted to announce that it is partnering with graduate theatre company Mad Like Roar to deliver a series of live Q&As on Facebook. Building on the ever-increasing flow of Edinburgh Fringe shows produced or starring Central alumni – in 2016 there were 60 shows - the live Q&As focus on the process of successfully forming a show and taking it to the Fringe.
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is today delighted to announce that it has been awarded Gold Status – the highest level to be awarded – in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The TEF, a government initiative, is designed to recognise teaching excellence in higher education.