We look forward to hosting our annual Central Party in New York for Central's alumni, friends and offer holders for this celebration.
An opportunity to talk to staff and students of Central's postgraduate courses. Find out about the course content, industry placements, graduate destinations, the application process and more.
Dr Nisha Sajnani talks about the role of therapeutic theatre in raising awareness about opioid addiction.
Central are hosting a celebration and networking evening for BATP graduates in conjunction with this year's BA (Hons) Theatre Practice Exhibition.
Celebrating the work and accomplishments of the graduating design and crafts students specialising as prop makers, lighting designers, puppeteers, stage designers, costume makers, sound designers, scenic artists, and scenic constructors, before an audience of industry professionals and close friends.
Central will be opening the doors of The Embassy Theatre for it's BA (Hons) Theatre Practice courses.
In this series, CENTRAL researchers will talk about their latest explorations of theatre and performance, sharing their new material and/or writing, and discussing questions of research methods, but also research problems and open questions. These short ‘work in progress’ presentations will offer opportunities for response, discussion and a sharing of ideas about these ongoing research projects.
We are inviting Learning & Development Professionals to come and experience our training first-hand. We will be delivering four taster workshops in Confident Communication, The Power of Storytelling, Presenting with Confidence and Health & Wellbeing in the Workplace.
Men & Girls Dance by Fevered Sleep brings together two very different groups of performers: adult, male professional contemporary dancers, and girls who dance for fun. At times playful, at times thought-provoking, Men & Girls Dance celebrates the rights of adults and children to be together, to play together and to dance together. It’s a joyful celebration of tenderness, empathy, and love.
Suffrage and the Stage is a series of readings of plays written in the 1910s by theatre professionals who campaigned for Votes for Women. Each evening will include two short one act plays, and one full length play, followed by a discussion.