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Performing Arts Courses at Northumbria

Take To The Stage

Study Undergraduate Performing Arts at Northumbria. Join the Times Higher Education University of The Year 2022.  

Ready to Be Empowered? 

Join a legacy of Alumni, including graduates who have joined Live Theatre, Northern Stage, the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, as well as schools, care homes and local authorities. In fact, one of our graduates founded Newcastle’s highly successful Alphabetti Theatre, championing original work from emerging artists.  

Ready to Succeed? 

Work on live projects with high profile cultural companies such as Northern Stage and Live Theatre, and benefit from workshops and industry visits designed to enhance your skills. 

Ready to Join Us? 

Study Performing Arts in the heart of Newcastle. Register your interest

The UCAS deadline is approaching. Apply now before the 31st January.

Finf out more about what you will learn on this Theatre and Performance course at Northumbria University

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