Acting - Acting (Year 1) - Level 3 at North Kent College
20 YEARS BEING OUTSTANDING (OFSTED) The Miskin Theatre gives you the opportunity to be an actor in a working, producing Theatre Company. The Miskin gives you a professional training in a real theatre, with state of the art facilities. The Miskin is run by experienced industry professionals who will work with you to produce groundbreaking, exciting theatre. “Actor’s live, breath and sleep their job and give 100% commitment. This pays off in the quality of performance produced” Edexcel 2012
To be a successful actor you need be a successful human being. Working in a real theatre with real professionals in a unique atmosphere will give you that opportunity to grow. A good actor is: • A good Communicator• A good member of a team• Good at working on their own• Good Researcher• Has excellent confidence• Is a creative thinker• Is a good leader and a good listenerEmployers in the real world look for these skills and they will be with you for life.“The curriculum is designed in a highly original way and provides learners with excellent opportunities to develop their skills.” Ofsted 2010“It is work experience and education in the same place” Robbie McGovan“We pride ourselves on excellence and we truly are amazing!” The Miskin Theatre has a unique and pioneering approach to training. We recognise that most of our actors intend to make a career in the arts, entertainment and communications industries. We encourage our performers to go on to drama schools and universities or into employment in the creative industries. Our success rates and progression testify to our success, as do the range of actors now working or continuing their training in the creative industries.Projects/units covered:Physical Theatre Acting Rehearsal Devising Script analysis PerformanceT.I.E
5 GCSE (A-C Grades) or equivalent. Genuine interest in performance/theatre.
100% coursework. The course is production based and operates out of The Miskin Theatre
Tuition Fees: 16-18 - free
19+ Advanced Learning Loan - £TBC
Exam and Registration Fees (payable by all aged 19 and over): £165
Other Costs (payable by all students): £75 Annual Theatre Pass
This course may also attract additional costs, for example, kit, uniform or books, that all students will be required to pay. Please contact the College for further details.
Level 3 Extended Diploma, other theatre related courses, Employment.
Many performers move on to major drama schools in the country including RADA, Arts Educational Schools, Bristol Old Vic, LAMDA, Rose Bruford, Guildhall, Central, Dartington, Mountview, Manchester MET, Universities of Sussex, Kent, Edinburgh and many others.
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How to apply
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