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Level 2 Diploma in Performing Arts (Includes Dance, Musical Theatre & Acting)
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|L2 Performing Arts Programme||05/09/2022||07/07/2023||Bishopsfield Road (Fareham College)||£0.00||
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Information about this Course
Five GCSEs at
grade 9-3 including English and Maths, or a full Level 1 qualification with a
‘stepping stone’ English and Maths qualification. You will also be required to
prepare a short solo to showcase your specialism in either singing, dancing or
in a monologue.
This course offers the chance to study
all aspects of the performing arts from specific training in performance styles
to front-of-house operations as part of the BoxedUp Theatre Company. As a
company member you will study musical theatre, acting techniques, dance and
singing in a range of styles and participate in numerous performances throughout
Your classes will take place in the
College’s dedicated performance studios and theatre, where you will explore a
wide variety of approaches to becoming a performer in the professional world of
performing arts. Workshops will also be provided by visiting performing arts
We will help you to develop your
performance skills including voice and speech, singing, movement and musical
theatre. Workshops will also be provided by visiting performing arts
You will have many opportunities to get
involved in productions and to see professional stage shows, both locally and in
You may wish to
progress to a Level 3 Diploma in either Dance, Musical Theatre or Acting to
develop your skills and creative expression further. This will give you more
experience and open up wider opportunities for a career in the performing arts.
Working in the performing arts is very competitive, but professional careers for
talented, hard-working young people are very much