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Performance Making Diploma

Welcome to the Performance Making Diploma

Our diploma teaches professional performance skills. It is for adults over 18 years old who have learning disabilities or autism, with previous drama experience.

Students work with leading arts professionals to create performances in different styles and explore different ways of making a career as a performer.

The course normally takes place at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, in London. You can also find information about the course on their website.

You can download an Easy Read document of information about the Performance Making Diploma.

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Auditions

Applications are closed.
We will begin recruitment for new students in Summer 2023.

If you have questions you can get in touch using the contact details below.

Phone 0207 613 6445
Email sophie@accessallareastheatre.org

Q & A

Who is it for?

Adults over 18 years old who have learning disabilities or autism, with previous drama experience.

When?

The Performance Making Diploma is a part-time course. Students attend classes two days per week, along with intensive weeks at Easter and in the summer.

Where is it?

The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Eton Avenue
London
NW3 3HY

How much does it cost?

The cost of the course is heavily subsidised and we offer some free places for people on low incomes.

How do I apply?

Applications are CLOSED. We will announce when applications re-open here and on our social media channels.

If you have questions you can get in touch with Sophie using the contact details below.

Phone 0207 613 6445
Email sophie@accessallareastheatre.org

Meet the Tutors

Award-winning

We are very proud to have won the Guardian University Award for Student Diversity and Widening Participation in 2015.