Why choose this course?
- Study at the home of world leading Actor-Musicianship training
- Led and designed by Jeremy Harrison, the internationally recognised Actor-Musicianship practitioner and author
MA 13 Months, MFA 24 Months
First degree in music, acting or related field/equivalent professional work or equivalent professional or life experience.
Admission by audition/workshop and interview.
This brand new, year-long vocational MA builds on and extends the work developed on our ground-breaking BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship programme, drawing on our strong links to theatre makers, directors, choreographers, writers, musical directors and performers involved in the development of this innovative area of theatre practice.
Taught through vocational training, practice research and project work, it aims to develop interdisciplinarity as a core theatre making tool, with a focus on innovation and work that responds to audience, place and space.
The course seeks to create a diverse and international cohort who can enrich each other’s learning and create new and surprising work for all sorts of audiences, in all sorts of places.
*subject to validation
Mode of study: Full Time
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We hold international interviews and auditions throughout the year. Please click here for the latest schedule and to register.
2018 Entry Fees
MA Option (13 months study)
UK/EU Fees: £14,000
International Fees: £18,000
MFA Option (2 years study)
UK/EU Fees: TBC
International Fees: TBC
The Department for Business Innovation and Skills provide a loan for eligible UK/EU students of up to £10,609 per student for postgraduate Masters study. Please see the video below for guidance.
This course offers an intensive and in-depth exploration of how musical and acting processes can interrelate and feed each other. Creating work that is both music as theatre and theatre as music.
The programme’s strong ties to industry partners will be further enhanced by an exploration of place, space and community. Asking how this most inclusive of theatre forms can continue to engage audiences of all ages; developing and building on the origins of the actor-musician movement as an alternative and progressive theatre form, with a history of creating surprising and engaging live theatre experiences in all sorts of places and spaces.
Connected to London and Kent and with an international reputation, our Sidcup campus offers an ideal location to explore how actor-musicianship can continue to play a part in both international mainstream theatre and work that seeks to enrich and develop new and hard to reach audiences.