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*Please note this course is subject to validation by the University of the West of England (UWE).
Students will be taught by experienced practitioners within a conservatoire setting, working with top industry professionals and alongside students on other course (acting, design, directing etc) and have your work explored in a practical setting.
Studying and developing your craft of writing within a drama school means that you will have the opportunity to see your work practically explored by actors, directors and other theatre makers.
This is a full-time course, but contact hours will normally be concentrated into two days a week (Thursday and Friday), with four ‘intensive weeks’ spread through the year. The Writers’ Hub is a dedicated space for teaching & learning, individual writing and for the group to programme activities.
It is expected that by the end of the course you will have developed a signature-script to be able to offer to producers, have a developed understanding of the demands of the different media (stage, screen, audio etc) and a sophisticated understanding of the industry.
Applications to this course are via UCAS Conservatoires. For more information about this course and how to apply, visit the school website.
University of the West of England – subject to validation
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
2 Downside Road
Bristol BS8 2XF