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We are pleased to announce that the RADA Festival will be a commissioning partner of HOME in Manchester for their online Homemakers festival.
Try an online acting short course
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. Find your perfect fit with our Winter Shorts.
Winter Shorts - Eleanor, Henry VI, Part 2: Online
Eleanor is The Duchess of York. And she is ambitious. Explore Shakespeare's portrayal of Eleanor from Henry VI, Part 2, through acting and scene study...
Winter Shorts - Shapeshifting: Online
Extend your vocal and physical expression by immersion in the rich world of Archetypes...
Winter Shorts - The Duchess of Malfi: Online
Bloodthirsty, in the true Jacobean manner, but arguably one of the tenderest and most human plays. Enjoy unpacking Webster’s timeless masterpiece, guided by a RADA tutor...
Shakespeare in Action
We are running an array of online acting courses throughout autumn and winter 2020, including Shakespeare in Action: Online, which gives participants an opportunity to perform in an online version of a Shakespeare play, directed by a RADA tutor.
Learn more about our short courses, which offer endless possibilities, here
RADA launches five-part fiction podcast
We are pleased to launch a new five-part fiction podcast about seven young actors who had planned to take a theatre show to the Edinburgh Festival.
This Weird Normal is based on an original idea by Asif Khan and was developed with Stella Kammel and Susan Wokoma. It is a RADA Audio Production. It was recorded by RADA sound specialists.
Available to listen to on Apple Podcasts and Spotify now.
Graduates nominated for the Ian Charleson Award
Congratulations to Ronke Adékoluẹjo, Kitty Archer and Kit Young, who have been nominated for this year's Ian Charleson Award - celebrating the best classical performances by actors under 30.
Anti-Racism at RADA
RADA needs radical change and must work together as a community to achieve it. We are committed to working with students, staff, graduates and the industry to create an anti-racist culture and institution.
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Founded in 1904, we offer vocational training for actors, stage managers, designers and technical stage craft specialists.
Our community is diverse, united by a shared passion for theatre-making, the power of stories and how they are told.