We are delighted to see that a number of Central alumni have been nominated, or have worked on productions that have been nominated for the 72nd annual Tony Awards.
On Friday 9 March, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, together with the Central Students’ Union, were delighted to welcome The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to the Embassy Theatre for the launch of his new strategy to tackle violence against women and girls.
The University of London campaign marks the 150th anniversary of women being permitted to sit ‘special examinations’ at the University of London, and celebrates exceptional women by sharing stories of women leading both, by being the first, and by leading through their inspirational educational and professional achievements.
Following on from her earlier research projects, Professor Sally Mackey has been awarded nearly £200,000 of a major new grant with Bexley Council for: Performing Places Bexley.
From December 2017 to January 2018 London’s arebyte gallery presented fronterlebnis, an exhibition by Central’s Research Fellow Dr Dani Ploeger.
Central is delighted to offer congratulations to alumni involved, both on and off screen, in this year's Oscar nominated films.
Congratulations to Honorary Fellows Joseph Seelig and Helen Lannaghan, Festival Directors of the London International Mime Festival (LIMF), on being named recipients of The Peter Brook Special Achievement Award.
Concert, a new dance theatre production directed by Central’s Senior Lecturer in Acting and Movement Sinéad Rushe, performed by Colin Dunne and sound designed by Mel Mercier is the recipient of Gradam Comharcheoil TG4 2018 Award for Musical Collaboration.
Central is delighted to announce that it has been selected as the only small, specialist institution to take part in a Home Office visa pilot scheme which aims to streamline the process for international master’s students wishing to study in the UK.
Central alumni feature in several productions nominated for BAFTA film awards in 2018.