RADA Productions: After Miss JulieClick here to read more ...
Patrick Marber’s reworking of Strindberg’s tragedy, Miss Julie is set in the basement of a country house on the evening of the Labour general election victory of 1945. A cook, a chauffeur and a rich daughter of a Labour peer battle to gain the upperhand in a game of class and sex in this psychological thriller. The three characters not only compete with each other but also with their own beliefs of their position in a changing society and the rights and privileges it either gives or denies.
RADA Productions: In Arabia We'd All Be KingsClick here to read more ... In New York on the brink of Mayor Giuliani’s gentrification and ‘clean up’ of the city, In Arabia We’d All Be Kings follows the drunks, junkies and ex cons who frequent a run down Hell’s Kitchen dive bar as they cling on to the last scraps of a fading community. With bleak humour and complete lack of self-pity, the characters reveal their chaotic lives and unrealistic hopes and dreams. This funny, heart breaking and sometimes shocking portrayal of a dislocated underclass will stay with the audience long after leaving the theatre.
Technical Graduate ExhibitionClick here to read more ... See our Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre transformed by the work of students graduating from our specialist technical courses.
Sir Kenneth Branagh appointed new RADA PresidentClick here to read more ... We are thrilled to announce that Sir Kenneth Branagh is our new president, succeeding Lord Attenborough.
Celebrating 25th anniversary of relationship with King's CollegeClick here to read more ... RADA are delighted to be celebrating 25 years of partnership with King’s College London.
RADA is accessible to everyoneClick here to read more ...
You won’t always know an actor’s background because we train them to transform as a piece of work requires" Edward Kemp, Director of RADA
RADA is accesible to everyone, regardless of their background.
- 40% of our total student cohort comes from a family with an income of under £25k
- 57% of our students receive financial support from RADA
- 20% of students on our BA in Acting are BAME