National Centre for Circus Arts and RADA
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The Conservatoire fosters artistic collaborations between the eight schools and with external organisations. Some of these are long-standing relationships, such as the links between Rambert School and Rambert Dance Company; Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre; or the annual Design for Dance project, which sees students from Central School of Ballet and Rambert School collaborating with students from Central St Martins. Others are discrete projects. Most recently, LAMDA and the National Centre for Circus Arts brought together their second year students over the course of a week. Working in small groups, and assisted by three teachers, the students began their processes with items that were important to them. All work was shared in the National Centre facilities on 16 July 2015.
Below are a few examples of recent and ongoing artistic collaborations. You might also be interested in some of our research and knowledge exchange projects.
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Costume Department is collaborating with the Wallace Collection, recr...
Students from London Contemporary Dance School and the National Centre for Circus Arts came together...