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Theatre for Young Audiences MFA

Rose Bruford College

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  • Qualification

    MFA - Master of Fine Art

  • Location

    Rose Bruford College

  • Study mode

    Full time

  • Start date


  • Duration

    2 years

Course summary

The Programme at a glance:

From the start of your studies you will work with young audiences in Schools and Colleges across the South East Region.

  • Opportunities to publish research through the College's TYA research centre.
  • You will work with and study the practice of leading TYA figures from the UK and internationally
  • Membership through the College of TYA-UK, the UK arm of ASSITEJ – the international association of theatre for children and young audiences.

Rose Bruford College is committed to enabling its graduates to have sustained careers. The programme develops skills which will enable graduates to work as theatre makers, performers and facilitators of work for, with and by children and young people. In addition the MA in Theatre for Young Audiences is a transferable qualification which can be used to access further postgraduate research and Doctoral (PhD) study.

This MA allows you to explore the growing challenges of Theatre for Young Audiences by putting your work in practice. I immediately was able to realise that Theatre for Young Audiences, is just as challenging, if not more, than Theatre for Adults. By questioning and reflecting upon this area of theatre this course enables a broad understanding of theatre for young audiences, whether through practical workshops in acting, musicality, circus skills, storytelling, teaching, directing or writing. This course allows you to make contact with those involved in this vocational field and work along side the creative partners within TYA. You work with great people in a lovely environment, therefore all in all I definitely recommend this course.

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University information

Rose Bruford College

  • Campus address

    Rose Bruford College, Lamorbey Park, Burnt Oak Lane, Bexley, DA15 9DF, England

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