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Shows

Practical training on our full-time courses is well balanced by a variety of performance opportunities. Students progress from black-box scene studies to full-length plays. While they are training, these performances are in-house and to a private audience of fellow students, faculty and Trinity College London assessors (for those taking the Trinity College Diploma alongside their course).

The first public performance is the Christmas Pantomime, performed in the final year of each course. The Pantomimes are toured to local primary schools and presented to an invited audience of friends and family of the performers. It is not until the final graduation productions that the students are then seen again by a public audience.

Industry professionals are encouraged to come and see our talented students in their final productions, including the industry only Showcase, Ensemble Performance and Graduation Productions. If you would like to request details about our students and their final shows please contact us on 020 8579 3897 or email info@dramastudiolondon.co.uk. You can also find out about the upcoming performances by visiting the Graduation Performances menu on the right.


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  • Lauren Cornelius
1 Year Diploma in Professional Acting
2017
My year at Drama Studio London has been the best year of my life, hands down. I've developed and grown as both an actor and a person, and I've met friends for life! Being given the opportunity to take part in the BBC Carleton Hobbs Award Competition was a massive highlight for me, and I've unlocked skill sets I didn't know I had. I am excited for what the future holds, and could not have asked for a better grounding within the acting industry.

    Lauren Cornelius

    1 Year Diploma in Professional Acting

    2017

    My year at Drama Studio London has been the best year of my life, hands down. I've developed and grown as both an actor and a person, and I've met friends for life! Being given the opportunity to take part in the BBC Carleton Hobbs Award Competition was a massive highlight for me, and I've unlocked skill sets I didn't know I had. I am excited for what the future holds, and could not have asked for a better grounding within the acting industry.

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