Performing Arts

From performing on stage, TV or film to dancing or choreography, there is a range of career and progression opportunities in this exciting, dynamic and creative industry – and we can help you get there!

Our growing Performing Arts department is located at the newly refurbished studios at Paget Road Campus. You’ll train in our dedicated performing arts facilities which include two studios, performance spaces, stage and access to music studios, a television studio and a photography studio. All tutors are active within the industry and have a wealth of knowledge and experience to call upon enabling you the best opportunity to progress in your chosen career.

Aside from the regular public shows and performances there will be opportunities to gain experience through the implementation of live briefs which allow you to engage in projects such as being part of the Young Promoters scheme with Black Country Touring. We regularly arrange workshops and invite guest speakers in, including creative practitioners who are working in the industry to talk to you and give you advice about your careers. We also have regular trips to see a range of professional performances throughout the year.

As part of the National Skills Academy for Creative and Culture we pride ourselves as being at the forefront of education and training for the ever changing performing arts industry. Linking with local partners such as Black Country Touring and national bodies such as the Skills Academy allows all learners to gain current and relevant training which gives them not just a qualification, but the experience in the career they wish to pursue. Arts Council England has endorsed the quality of our teaching and learning and links with employers by awarding us ‘Arts Mark Gold’.


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