Central is delighted to celebrate and share news of our graduates that have been nominated for Emmy Awards this year.
Presented by MA/MFA Performance Practice as Researchat The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Brink is an annual festival featuring emerging works by performance practitioners from around the world.
Congratulations to Central student Khai Ramli, who has been selected for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe’s Emerging Producers Development Progamme.
From Wednesday 3 to Saturday 6 July, residents of all ages in Bexley are invited to attend a series of activities and events in Bexleyheath Broadway celebrating the completion of Performing Places Bexley, a collaborative arts project between The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, the London Borough of Bexley, Emergency Exit Arts and local residents which has focused on improving community cohesion.
Congratulations to members of Central’s Staff, Student and Alumni community who took part in the 2019 Prague Quadrennial.
Over the past year, Central’s Dr Nicola Abraham has been working in collaboration with Dr Lotty Lance, Head Dementia Nurse Jo James and her team at Imperial Hospital Trust on an Intergenerational Project involving five primary schools and two hospitals in London.
On Monday 20 May 2019, Central hosted its annual Alumni and friends gathering in New York City. The event brought graduates of the School together with staff, current students working on placement in the city, industry partners, friends, and incoming students who are due to start their journey at Central in the autumn of 2019. Together, guests celebrated the community’s successes in the United States.
Congratulations to Dr Nicola Abraham and her team of MA Applied Theatre students who have been recognised for their exceptional work with the Imperial Hospital Trust and Hammersmith Hospital – and for their contribution to keeping the nation Healthy.
On Thursday 9 and Friday 10 May, Central hosted the 2019 BA Theatre Practice Exhibition, celebrating the accomplishments of graduating students from across all twelve courses on its BA (Hons) Theatre Practice programme.
Central’s Knowledge Exchange Fellow Dr Naomi Paxton has received one of 23 new British Academy Rising Star Engagement awards for her work Different Stages: Exploring public engagement for Drama and Theatre early career academics.