Drama and Acting
Bristol is rich in theatre and live performance. Our long-established partnerships and connections within this vibrant sector mean we can deliver drama and acting courses at inspirational venues, placing you centre stage in the creative heart of the city.See our courses
98% of students are in employment and/or further study according to the HESA survey published in July 2017.
96% of Drama and Acting graduates are in work or further study after six months according to the DLHE 2016.
Strong collaborations with the Old Vic, Colston Hall, St George's Concert Hall and Bristol Music Trust.
City Campus – a creative powerhouse
Be inspired by the creative culture of the city, and be free to express yourself in an environment where you will live and breathe drama, acting and more.
Take part in a range of exciting opportunities, from cultural events across Bristol to internships or placements with our key partners.
At UWE Bristol you’ll get the chance to collaborate on live projects with real-world impact. Plus, make a difference by supporting volunteering projects in the local community.
Facilities at City Campus
Continued investment in our facilities, processes and digital technology equipment means you'll have the resources to reach your full potential and showcase your talents.
During your time at UWE Bristol, you will benefit from a range of facilities located at Bower Ashton Studios, Frenchay Campus and the Arnolfini.
Cultural partnerships and connections Our portfolio of strategic alliances, partnerships and collaborations across the city includes a number of creative and cultural organisations. Our partners include Arnolfini, Bristol Old Vic, Colston Hall, Bristol Music Trust and St George's Concert Hall.
Centre for MusicThe Centre for Music is open to anyone at whatever skill level. There are playing and singing opportunities in musical theatre as well as a range of other musical genres and our performances take place on campus, in venues throughout Bristol, and across the South West.