Our 2018 Autumn Season of classic plays will run from 30 October to 24 November in The Rose Theatre.
Performed by final year students on our BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship programmes, in collaboration with the School of Design, Management and Technical Arts, it's the ideal opportunity to see the next generation of performers, designers and technicians before they embark on their careers.
The outcome of the 2018 National Student Survey shows an increase in student satisfaction at Rose Bruford College. The overall satisfaction score of 87% is above that of 2017 and significantly above the overall satisfaction score for the sector of 83%.
100% of 2018 BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship graduates, eligible to work in the UK, have either had agent offers or progressed into employment. Agents signed to include; Olivia Bell Management, Global Artists and Howard Cook Associates and The Artists Partnership.
Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance and the Lighting Education Trust (LET) have announced a prestigious partnership to develop a new undergraduate Lighting Design degree pathway in Space and Architecture.
The Rose Bruford College summer programme of short courses and professional masterclasses provide an intensive summer of learning whatever your level of experience. All courses are taught in the specialist facilities of our green campus is Sidcup, South East London.
On Sunday 1 July 2018, 2012 Rose Bruford College BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts graduate Nanna Gunnars will host the launch of the inaugural Reykjavik Fringe Festival, a festival she has founded to provide opportunities for Icelandic and International artists to showcase their work.
There was double success at the National Stage Managers Awards, held at Alexandra Palace on Wednesday 6 June 2018, with BA (Hons) Stage Management student Emily Walters and 2014 graduate Linnea Fridén Grønning both receiving awards.
Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance has been ranked as the top drama school in the world and one of only two creative arts specialist higher education institutions in the top 25 globally ranked universities for student mobility.
Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance is to develop a new £3.5 million Centre for Digital Creation and Production with investment and support from industry partners, including leading companies such as; Autodesk, Cast Ltd., Disguise (formerly d3 Technologies), ETC (Electronic Theatre Controls) Ltd., Philips Lighting, Robe and White Light.
The College was saddened to learn of the death on 25 March 2018 of James Dodding, who had very longstanding connections with the institution both as a student, teacher and board member, and with Rose Bruford herself.
Rose Bruford College lighting students Owen Yelland and Jordan Tinniswood were selected from students across the country to work for internationally renowned lighting company Robe at the prestigious TPi Lighting Awards at Battersea Evolution in London on 26 February 2018.
Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance are building on their reputation as world leaders in the training of actor-musicians by launching a new Actor-Musicianship* MA/MFA programme from October 2018.
BAFTA nominated Hayley Squires, Theatre Director and Designer Ultz and Reggae DJ David Rodigan were amongst those conferred as Fellows of Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance at the graduation ceremony on Friday 15 September 2017.
Our Summer 2017 programme of introductory courses, advanced level masterclasses and workshops, provide you with the opportunity to study with some of the very best teachers and practitioners from across the world.
Rose Bruford College has been awarded a Gold award in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), which was introduced by the Government to recognise and reward excellent teaching in UK higher education providers.
In an age of extremes, when the stakes seem impossibly high, the gap between winners and losers grows ever wider. And what’s wrong with that? Martin Crimp’s satire of contemporary obsessions is given a sinister new twist in this multi-media production integrating live music, video projection and a can-do attitude.
This semester sees 11 second year students from Rose Bruford College’s unique BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts (ETA) programme travel deep into the Polish countryside to live and train with the world-renowned Gardzienice.
A theatre company formed by students on the College’s BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts programme has recently returned from a successful trip to Sweden where they performed their debut production The Crossing Place at the prestigious Västmanlands Teater in Västerås.
Rose Bruford College is now accepting applications for the Jubilee Fund 2017. This year the fund will be used to subsidise graduate company performances in our managed space within the Summerhall complex in Edinburgh throughout the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
Feeling disconnected from what you want, need and desire? L:Inc invites you to an exclusive open day. Come and meet our trainers, coaches and staff who believe that although love is complex it isn’t impossible to understand.
Tickets for our Autumn Season of classic play, performed by students on our BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship programmes in collaboration with students from the School of Design, Management and Technical Arts, are now on sale via our box office.
World-renowned illustrator Sir Quentin Blake joined a list of distinguished theatre professionals including Rosalie Craig, Jane ‘The Hat’ Smith, Murray Melvin and Sheila Reid to be conferred as Fellows and Honorary Fellows of Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance.
Rose Bruford College’s Thomas JM Wilson (module/year co-ordinator European Theatre Arts), has written the first major publication on the history and work of pioneering British circus company Gandini Juggling.
This is an opportunity for you to meet fellow students and hear guest speakers on opera - Dr John Andrews Opera Director (he spoke at Buxton), lighting in opera - Hansjörg Schmidt Director of Lighting, Rose Bruford College and study tips from Frank Trew (College Librarian) and Dr Jane Schopf.
As an international drama school, Rose Bruford College is proud of our tradition of welcoming students, staff and industry practitioners from across Europe and the rest of the world. The result of the Referendum does not change our position at all and we remain committed to working with European partners on exchange study and research opportunities.
A host of industry guests, including Oscar winner and Honorary Fellow Jenny Beavan, attended the 2016 Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance New Theatre Contemporaries Graduate Exhibition and New Writing Season, at the prestigious Bargehouse on London’s South Bank from the 8-12 June 2016.
Over 100 of the world’s leading Stanislavski scholars gathered at the home of the Stanislavski Centre at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance recently for a three day international symposium.