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If you’re interested in the performance of Shakespeare and want to study original and contemporary professional practices, this MA is for you. You’ll take part in actor training and research seminars, leading to presentations and performances using our indoor and outdoor theatres on campus and in Bath city centre.You’ll develop production and networking skills, building a theatre company and a professional profile. We’ll give you opportunities to take your work to external venues as part of
If you’re interested in the performance of Shakespeare and want to study original and contemporary professional practices, this MA is for you. You’ll take part in actor training and research seminars, leading to presentations and performances using our indoor and outdoor theatres on campus and in Bath city centre.
You’ll develop production and networking skills, building a theatre company and a professional profile. We’ll give you opportunities to take your work to external venues as part of your studies. With opportunities to work with BA Acting and Drama students, you’ll gain experience as an actor who can lead workshops and as a researcher who can work in productions.
We place emphasis on practice-based work. You’ll take part in workshops on voice, text, movement and directing in our state-of-the-art studios.
In addition, you’ll explore current research methods at Master's level and examine Shakespeare’s theatre through theoretical, historical, and cultural contexts.
How will I be taught?
The degree is delivered through a variety of workshops, lectures, seminars, masterclasses, off-site visits, performance and production work, and through our Virtual Learning Environment, Minerva. We invite professional actors and directors to work with you, and we have an ever-expanding list of lecturers, specialists, artists, and guest scholars.
This Master’s is taught in the evenings in three-hour workshops. If you’re looking for a more flexible learning option, we also offer part-time modes.
Our graduates have become:
Other students have set up their own theatre companies.
In this course, students can also exit with PGCert and PGDip awards.
Bath Spa University is a great choice for those seeking to combine high quality tuition with a unique lived experience. The university has a 150 year heritage of delivering outstanding higher education, and is based in the magnificent World Heritage city of Bath, where students experience ancient Roman heritage alongside Georgian elegance and contemporary city living.
The university’s specialist facilities include brand new buildings, well-equipped libraries and state-of-the-art technology. Its three campuses around the city contain purpose-built facilities which play host to creative communities of students from all over the globe, mentored by expert tutors and with excellent research facilities in which students may fully immerse in their studies.
Where you'll study
Newton St Loe
Bath and North East Somerset