Now in its fourth year in 2015, the RADA Festival celebrates the remarkable range of work being created by our graduates, students, and staff in many styles and forms running from 23 June - 04 July.
Around the central core of graduating work by our directing, design and costume students, you can see Shakespeare created for touring into London schools along with a wide array of new and devised work, and for the very first time a one-night-only chance to see RADA students' final year films and hear about the creative process behind them.
The festival is generously supported by Eric Abraham and the Thomas Frederick Willets Foundation. It is also supported by Higher Education Innovation Fund money, provided via the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, and used to promote the exchange of knowledge between Higher Education institutions and the wider community. Across the Higher Education community, knowledge exchange includes activities which help to generate new business from research. Part of RADA's strategy is to help bridge the gap between training and employment in theatre and related arts. HEIF enables RADA to do this through supporting the Festival.
Watch the film from last year, and get ready for public booking which opens on Mon 11 May. We're loading in show details as we get them, so keep checking.