Our BA (Hons) Drama, Applied Theatre and Education degree explores theatre-making that takes place outside traditional theatre settings and can impact positively on the lives of individuals and communities.
The two pathways, including BA (Hons) Drama, Applied Theatre and Education: Writing for Performance, offer you the chance to explore a broad range of areas of theatre; and there are a variety of career pathways you could progress into upon graduation. Graduates have moved into performing, directing, producing, writing, drama education and much more.
You will also get the opportunity to undertake placements and projects that can occur in the UK or overseas, with previous students travelling to South Africa, India and Malta amongst others.
There are a range of scholarships and bursaries available for studying at Central, many of which are course specific.
Both pathways are listed below; click on the titles to find out more.
This course explores performance that takes place outside of traditional theatre buildings, which can bring about change and transformation with the participants who create it.
Part of Central’s long established and highly-regarded BA (Hons) Drama, Applied Theatre and Education (BA DATE) programme, this course develops performance writing skills, technical understanding and personal identity. There is a particular focus on creating theatre to inspire change in a wide range of theatre and non-theatre settings.