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 partnered in 2017 with graduate theatre company Mad Like Roar to deliver a series of live Q&As about Edinburgh Fringe Festival on Facebook.
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.
Central are delighted to partner with internationally acclaimed theatre company Complicite for their live stream to The Encounter online, on Friday, 19 May 2017.
Central is proud to present the 2017 Design and Crafts Exhibition, showcasing the work of its graduating BA (Hons) Theatre Practice students.
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama has been ranked as the top drama school in the UK by the Complete University Guide for 2018 in its Arts, Drama & Music League Table.
Central is delighted to announce its latest awards for undergraduate and postgraduate Applied Theatre projects for summer 2017, funded by The Leverhulme Trust.
Congratulations to Dr Sylvan Baker – Central’s Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow for Drama, Applied Theatre and Education – who has recently been awarded a 2017 Centre for Public Engagement Award for Influence at the Queen Mary University of London Engagement and Enterprise Awards.
From 2 March to 4 March, the Hospital Club hosted the launch of On the Verge, an exciting new film festival celebrating new, emerging work from a selection of talented female filmmakers.