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    Hello!

    So, I'm planning to carry on studying performing arts (dance & drama) after I have finished my A-Levels, but I'm unsure about whether I want to attend a specialised PA facility or a uni that also offers other courses apart from PA.
    I'd appreciate any advice about which is better and how different the experiences are.

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    Do you want to become an actor? I would recommend going to a Drama school as they provide better opportunities than a regular university, such as a end of year show which you can potentially gain an agent and more. Also you should try to audition for the national youth theatre. Lastly if you live around east and south london there a part time drama school call identity school of acting , where john boyega attended.
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    Thank you for your advice. I'm unsure whether I want to become an actress or teach drama at a school/college, but I will look into PA schools. Unfortunately, I live in Manchester, but I am interested in studying in London and the surrounding areas.
 
 
 
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