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    Hoping to go to a drama school in two years time!
    Anyone know/ recommend any?
    Or does anyone study drama/ theatre studies or something similar that they would recommend to some who has a passion for literature, poetry and the arts in general?!
    Thanks to all that reply!
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    Just to add as well..
    I have been expected DDD in my BTEC Level 3 Performing Arts Course..
    Have 9 GCSEs A-C
    And also have 3 A levels in English Literature, Philosophy and Drama/ Theatre studies..
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    see link in sig. do some research.

    google is your friend.

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    RADA is one of the best
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    (Original post by CupcakeTillyx)
    Just to add as well..
    I have been expected DDD in my BTEC Level 3 Performing Arts Course..
    Have 9 GCSEs A-C
    And also have 3 A levels in English Literature, Philosophy and Drama/ Theatre studies..
    Do you want University courses or vocational actor training?

    If you want the latter then I would recommend only applying for accredited schools: http://sites.stocksphere.com/cds/search.asp

    This website lists all courses deemed to reach high professional standards, they will have the best teachers and increase your chances of a successful career in the industry

    For university course, have a look at The Times guide http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/...de-drama-dance

    East Anglia is top of the list and as I hold an offer there for next year I would certainly recommend it!

    EDIT- I forgot to say - most of the vocational courses don't have academic requirements, entry is based entirely on audition.
 
 
 
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