Training Course

Performance Making Diploma for Learning Disabled Adults

Organisation: Royal Central School of Speech & Drama

Region: London

Artform: Theatre

Welcoming: Learning Disability

Opportunity Summary:

The One Year Performance Making Diploma is a one year, part-time, day-time, evening and weekend course which runs from January to July and which develops performance making skills in devised theatre. It is run in partnership with disability arts organisation Access All Areas. Commencing in January 2014, the course enables students the opportunity to study physical and devised theatre practices whilst drawing upon contemporary methodology.  Students will learn to create their own devised pieces as well as author their own work through solo performances. The course culminates in a final 3 week devising project and a public performance in one of Central's fully equipped performance studios. Entry to the course is by application and interview/workshop and application forms can be downloaded from the Access All Areas website 15 places are offered each year with each place heavily subsidised by the Leverhulme Trust. All enquiries should be directed to Access All Areas by telephoning 020 76136445 or email

Organisation Information:

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in partnership with Access All Areas offer a one year Performing Making Diploma for adults with learning disabilities. The course is based at the prestigious Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in its Central Connects department and gives talented learning disabled students access to training by some of the industry's finest teacher and professionals.


T: 020 7613 6445 (enqui