London location

London is not only one of the world’s great international cities – it is the perfect place to experience performance in every form that it takes.

From watching the plays of Shakespeare performed at the Royal Shakespeare Company or the Globe Theatre to seeing a range of classical and contemporary plays at the National Theatre to searching out edgy, experimental drama and performance presented by companies dotted all around the capital. You will be exposed to a wide range of production and design approaches on varying budgets, and in all sorts of spaces, the advantage of being close to London is critical to the development of any emerging theatre artist.

Our Sidcup campus is only 25 minutes from Trafalgar Square and the very heart of London. London also provides students with a wide range of research libraries, collections and resources to support their academic work. There are also plenty of local theatres, galleries and open spaces to enjoy in the surrounding area.

Wellbeing and support

Your wellbeing is of paramount importance to us. Our students have access to 24-hour support, 365 days per year through our support line and our Student Services team are always happy to help.

Learn more about our well-being services, study support and disability support.

Students' Union

The students’ union is here to make everyone feel safe and heard during their studies. We will listen and put your ideas forward to senior members of staff to create change around the college. Our main goal this year is to make the college a safe space where everyone is welcome!

 

Accommodation

Many of our first-year students choose to live in our ensuite student halls, Christopher Court. There are 168 self-catered rooms in Christopher Court, with shared kitchens for every 6 students. There are also plenty of opportunities to rent accommodation privately local to the College. You can find out more about your options on our Accommodation pages.

Social life

It doesn’t take long for our students to get to know each other. We are a relatively small institution, with an emphasis on collaboration across year-groups and between subject areas, so you will have lots of opportunities to work with different groups.

There are lots of places to eat, drink and socialise close to campus, including Lamorbey park when the weather is good, and we hope to reopen our Bru Bar on campus when COVID restrictions allow.

London location

London is not only one of the world’s great international cities – it is the perfect place to experience performance in every form that it takes.

From watching the plays of Shakespeare performed at the Royal Shakespeare Company or the Globe Theatre to seeing a range of classical and contemporary plays at the National Theatre to searching out edgy, experimental drama and performance presented by companies dotted all around the capital. You will be exposed to a wide range of production and design approaches on varying budgets, and in all sorts of spaces, the advantage of being close to London is critical to the development of any emerging theatre artist.

Our Sidcup campus is only 25 minutes from Trafalgar Square and the very heart of London. London also provides students with a wide range of research libraries, collections and resources to support their academic work. There are also plenty of local theatres, galleries and open spaces to enjoy in the surrounding area.

Wellbeing and support

Your wellbeing is of paramount importance to us. Our students have access to 24-hour support, 365 days per year through our support line and our Student Services team are always happy to help.

Learn more about our well-being services, study support and disability support.

Students' Union

The students’ union is here to make everyone feel safe and heard during their studies. We will listen and put your ideas forward to senior members of staff to create change around the college. Our main goal this year is to make the college a safe space where everyone is welcome!

 

Accommodation

Many of our first-year students choose to live in our ensuite student halls, Christopher Court. There are 168 self-catered rooms in Christopher Court, with shared kitchens for every 6 students. There are also plenty of opportunities to rent accommodation privately local to the College. You can find out more about your options on our Accommodation pages.

Social life

It doesn’t take long for our students to get to know each other. We are a relatively small institution, with an emphasis on collaboration across year-groups and between subject areas, so you will have lots of opportunities to work with different groups.

There are lots of places to eat, drink and socialise close to campus, including Lamorbey park when the weather is good, and we hope to reopen our Bru Bar on campus when COVID restrictions allow.