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The RADA Festival took part as a commissioning partner of HOME in Manchester for their online Homemakers festival. Watch the work.
18 Jul 2020 - 31 Aug 2021
A Manual of Fantastical Zoology
by Tanmay Dhanania and Soumyak Kanti DeBiswas
There is an acting short course at RADA for everyone; whether you are a complete beginner, want to build on your existing experience, or simply get a taste of our training.
Singing Academy for Actors: Online
Includes a masterclass with RADA graduate Imelda Staunton. Work intensively on techniques and strategies to improve your singing from both a musical and dramatic perspective...
Fundamentals of Acting: Online
A new online training programme suitable for anyone interested in learning the basics of acting, particularly those thinking about going to drama school...
International Fundamentals of Acting: Online
An adaptation of our standard Fundamentals of Acting (FoA) short course and has been designed specifically for students who have English as an additional language...
We are pleased to let you know that applications for our MA Theatre Lab are now open. Running from January 2022 for a year, it's a collaborative training course building on and extending students' previous experience in performance with rigorous experimentation.
Apply now for Fundamentals of Acting: Online, a new, intensive, four-week online training programme designed for anyone interested in learning the basics of acting.
The course, which starts on 17 May, is particularly suitable for those thinking about going to drama school. Delivered exclusively by members of the RADA faculty, it offers a genuine taste of the academy’s training.
Find out more about all our online acting short courses here.
Founded in 1904, we offer vocational training for actors, stage managers, designers and technical stage craft specialists.
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