Key course information
Performing and Production Arts
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The course aims to provide an introduction to music, performing and production arts and provide the knowledge, skills and understanding to progress to further education or employment in the creative industry.Trowbridge has a state-of-the-art professional studio theatre - The Arc Theatre in which as well as a dance studio and a newly refurbished drama studio.Students at Trowbridge start the year with a performance project which will feature singing, dance and drama before developing their skills over the year in other styles of theatre.Students at Salisbury are trained by professional artists within our partner organisation, Wiltshire Creative. Wiltshire Creative comprises the combined vision, creative energy and ambition of Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse.Students spend time at the Salisbury Arts Centre and the Salisbury Playhouse with further sessions taking place in the well-equipped campus Performing Arts Studio. There is the opportunity to take a performing or production pathway.
What will I learn?
Through practical workshops and spending time in our professional theatre venues and studios, you will develop the confidence and skills you need to become a performer.
At Trowbridge, you will learn dance and drama skills, devise your own plays and choreograph dance pieces. You will practice singing and learn about the different elements of theatre and music
A successful audition and good references.
Study, Assessment and Qualifications
You will be assessed on your coursework which will be made up of research evidence, a log of the process, video evidence of rehearsals and performance, presentations and written documents such as theatre reviews and evaluations. You will undertake a number of projects throughout the year and you will produce a portfolio of work for each project.
The Functional skills in Maths and English are assessed by exam.
The final qualification is a UAL Level 1 Diploma in Music, Performing and Production Arts.
Additional Costs and Information
There is a studio fee for the year of £50 which is payable to Wiltshire Creative at the start of the course.
What Could I Do Next?
On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses
You can progress onto our Level 2 Performing and Production Arts course. The industry is fiercely competitive, so you will need a real determination to succeed in roles such as actor, presenter, dancer, choreographer, producer, scriptwriter and many more.