NT Live: The Hard ProblemClick here to read more ...
The Hard Problem is Tom Stoppard’s first play for the stage since 2006. The sell out production from The National Theatre will be broadcast live from the performance at RADA.
As You Like ItClick here to read more ...
“All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players.”
As You Like It is Shakespeare's great exploration of sexual ambiguity and the hard-fought path to true love.
This new production entwines the 1890's and the 1590's, with Elizabethan women and Victorian men. The aftermath of a violent gang war acts as a backdrop to this melancholic comedy of disguise and the maddening effects of love.
UnprotectedClick here to read more ...
“You're never safe. You know out there, it's like every car you get into, you don't know whether you gonna get out of it.”
Exploring reactions to two violent murders that occurred in Liverpool in 2003, and the proposed introduction of a Managed Zone for street sex workers, this verbatim play won an Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award.
The Sugar WifeClick here to read more ...
“It’s an imperfect world. No one’s denying that.”
In a play fizzing with sexual energy and political tension, The Sugar Wife examines the lives of a wealthy couple living a life of ‘opulent plain-ness’ within the Dublin Quaker community in 1850 and poses the question - how easy is it to consistently live by your ethics and morals in your daily life?
MA Theatre Lab Application Deadline Extended 20 MarchClick here to read more ...
If you have a strong background in performance our one-year course will enable you to re-examine and develop your skills in a truly experimental framework.
Through exploring non-mainstream theatre practice we will empower you to take control of your artistic future.
With an emphasis on devised and group work, the course will develop your understanding of performance from a post-Stanislavski standpoint looking at practitioners including Brecht, Copeau, Meyerhold, and Grotowski.
Apply now before it's too late...
Applications for the RADA Youth Company are openClick here for more information...
The RADA Youth Company is for people aged 16-20 who live in and around London. The Youth Company is an annual programme designed to help you develop your acting and performance skills.
The Youth Company meets every Saturday during term time and requires a commitment for members to attend the weekly sessions.
Tour the RADA buildings!Click here to find out more and to book...
Every term, RADA offers the opportunity to go on a tour of their buildings. The tour gives an insight into the history and atmosphere of the institution which has trained some of the worlds most distinguished and talented performers and technical theatre artists.
The tours take place prior to the Saturday matinee performances of the Autumn Season, so you can finish the tour with one of our productions!