Musical theatre undoubtedly continues to be one of the most popular forms of entertainment there is. Whether on-stage in theatre districts like the West End and Broadway or on-screen in film and TV, musicals tell stories using creativity, originality and music composition. When studying a musical theatre degree, you’ll work alongside peers and other creatives to develop career-enhancing skills and gain valuable industry experience and insight. Due to its nature, musical theatre combines practical learning with theory and teaches students about the history of musical theatre, how to create and stage productions, critiquing and improving performance, and more. Career opportunities are varied for graduates and can include acting, producing, directing, playwrighting, theatre management, set designing and arts administrating.