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    I've been happy recently because i have an interview for a professional course. I have the opportunity to be luckily trained in production/backstage thats in the theatre, music venues. I've now a bit unsure because of the location. The site is located in a small town away from city london in north london. I originally thought it was closer to central. I don't live in london right now. I'm from the north.

    Is it still worth going to an unknown area? I'm worried I will become isolated. My passion is acting.theatre and music. I want this opportunity to be still part of the industry. Help please?
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    I've been happy recently because i have an interview for a professional course. I have the opportunity to be luckily trained in production/backstage thats in the theatre, music venues. I've now a bit unsure because of the location. The site is located in a small town away from city london in north london. I originally thought it was closer to central. I don't live in london right now. I'm from the north.

    Is it still worth going to an unknown area? I'm worried I will become isolated. My passion is acting.theatre and music. I want this opportunity to be still part of the industry. Help please?
    Take this opportunity, I can't advice it strong enough. Sometimes even being in the hub of central London can be more isolating than anything, sounds ironic I know. This place might be a small town, but if anything the community may be closer and in a way that can make it less isolating as it doesn't feel like a faceless area. Find the joy in wherever you go, I'm sure there are some opportunities for theatre and acting around the town or in it somewhere just keep looking.
    This course won't be forever, once it's finished, if you don't like this place you can always move
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    Take this opportunity, I can't advice it strong enough. Sometimes even being in the hub of central London can be more isolating than anything, sounds ironic I know. This place might be a small town, but if anything the community may be closer and in a way that can make it less isolating as it doesn't feel like a faceless area. Find the joy in wherever you go, I'm sure there are some opportunities for theatre and acting around the town or in it somewhere just keep looking.
    This course won't be forever, once it's finished, if you don't like this place you can always move
    Thank you

    London can be a very isolating place. I have had isolating experience in new place before so I do hope I will settle in fine. I'm a positive person in general so it won't be too bad. The building were I'm going to is a bit out of nowhere too. I just hope I like the place at the interview and the training won't be that long I know. I'm still unsure if I will get a place.
 
 
 
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